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Mayor opens Ramfoam’s new headquarters as company embraces digital thanks to WMG, University of Warwick
New multi-million-pound research consortium will provide world-leading data on violence and aims to reduce harms caused by violence
More tolerant primates have greater need to communicate vocally, new study shows
Emerging from Lockdown: Coventry Grid Project 2021
Chaotic electrons heed ‘limit’ in strange metals
Lancaster University part of major research consortium on violence, health and society
King’s to partner on new Consortium to reduce harmful consequences of violence
£100,000 funding to launch Health and Wellbeing Innovation Network to cultivate next healthcare innovators
Synthetic diamond and AI research at Warwick to shine in new industry partnership
Study links Long COVID and severe COVID-19 infections to epstein-Barr virus reactivation
Cell couriers deliver clue to cancer metastasis
Planetary shields will buckle under stellar winds from their dying stars
WMG Visualisation Engineers use VR to help recreate experience of Medieval Coventry Weaver’s House during Coventry’s year as UK City
University of Warwick shortlisted as finalist for two UK social mobility awards
Resonate Festival announces 2Tone: Lives and Legacies Screenings – Women Pioneers – Coventry Cathedral,
High respiratory efforts in COVID-19 patients could result in self-inflicted lung injury
WMG battery vision powers into life with formal launch of UK Battery Industrialisation Centre
Teardrop star en route to becoming supernova
Crash-resistant glazing installed on new Coventry Very Light Rail Vehicle
No benefit from PRP treatment for patients with debilitating Achilles tendon pain
Projected effect of implementing roadmap Step 4 in England on 19th of July 2021
New megalab opens in Leamington Spa to bolster fight against COVID-19
Magnitude of third wave highly uncertain, suggests new analysis
Teardrop star reveals hidden supernova doom
World Population Day: research at Warwick making gender a mainstream consideration in analysis of development
World Population Day: research at Warwick making gender a mainstream consideration
World Population Day
Triple green accolade for University of Warwick in UK and Ireland Green Gown finalist announcement
Next generation of biomedical researchers at University of Warwick to benefit from new funding
First International safety standard for fully automated driving systems has been published
Additive manufacturing supply chains to be protected from cyber-attacks in light of COVID-19
Cast no better than brace for broken ankles
Creative business programme gives Leamington Spa’s Parade pedestrians pedal powered boost
British consumers complicit in forty-year ‘healthy eating’ failure, new study suggests
World-leading study begins into robotic surgery for knee replacement with major £1.6 million funding grant
Warwick Arts Centre completes £25.5 million transformation
International honour for University of Warwick resuscitation expert
A virus to identify small peptide mimics of antifreeze proteins
Ban all unhealthy food advertisements to tackle childhood obesity, urge University of Warwick researchers
Made Smarter launches £1.9 million digital scheme with WMG to help West Midlands SMEs
Personality traits relate to being a morning or evening person at both phenotypic and genetic level
Apprenticeships Minister opens £10 million WMG Degree Apprenticeship Centre, at University of Warwick
Investment for rare disease research by great ormond street hospital children’s charity
Calls for Coventry artists to collaborate in a second Coventry Creates project
Contraception data ‘blind spot’ could hide pandemic impact on women’s reproductive health
Contraception data ‘blind spot’ could hide pandemic’s impact on women’s reproductive health
19 Argentines received Chevening scholarships in 2020
Early migrations of Siberians to America tracked using bacterial population structures