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Celebrating our Highly Cited Researchers

We are delighted to announce that three of our academics have been named on the 2018 Highly Cited Researcher list. Highly Cited Researchers are those whose publications are most often cited in academic journals.

Tue 27 Nov 2018, 09:58 | Tags: research

What's At Stake In The Fake: New research project launches

A new five-year research project, What’s at stake in the fake? Indian pharmaceuticals, African markets and global health has been launched to examine the belief that fake drugs threaten global health, as well as understand the emergence and circulation of worries about counterfeit medicines across the world.

Thu 15 Nov 2018, 10:02 | Tags: research

Warwick Medical School professor secures prestigious prize

Professor Mark Achtman has been announced as the winner of the highly-esteemed Pettenkofer Prize 2018 for his lifetime work on evolution of bacterial pathogens and their association with humans.

Mon 22 Oct 2018, 10:39 | Tags: research

Alan Turing Institute welcomes Fellows from the University of Warwick

The Alan Turing Institute has welcomed 19 new and ten returning Fellows from the University of Warwick.

Thu 11 Oct 2018, 12:41 | Tags: research

Congratulations to Pat Unwin who is to be awarded the Charles N. Reilley Award by SEAC

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Pat Unwin has been selected by the Society of Electroanalytical Chemistry to receive the 2018 Charles N. Reilley Award. The Award recognizes outstanding research contributions in electroanalytical chemistry and will be presented at a special symposium at Pittcon in Orlando in February next year.

Pat will be the 35th winner of the Award and the first person from the UK to receive it. The Award is given in memory of the renowned US analytical chemist Charles N. Reilley and celebrates scientists whose work advances fundamental understanding in electroanalytical science over empiricism.

Pat's group has made spectacular advances in instrumental electrochemistry in the past few years, developing innovative electrochemical imaging probes to visualise interfacial dynamic processes of wide applicability, from electrocatalysts to living cells.

Mon 04 Jun 2018, 11:20 | Tags: research

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