Warwick helps students with disabilities 3D-print objects to ease their everyday lives
The University of Warwick is helping students with physical disabilities from a local college become their own product designers so they can 3D-print personalised objects that help them in their everyday ...
Scientists unveil first method for controlling the growth of metal crystals
Researchers have announced the first ever method for controlling the growth of metal-crystals from single atoms.
The seven myths of performance management
Investments in performance measurement and management systems have been steadily increasing over the past two decades, and there is no sign that this trend will change in the future. Leaders and managers in both private and ...
More mentions in the FT linked to greater popularity of stocks
A six-year study of the Financial Times has found that the more frequently a company is mentioned in the newspaper in the morning, the greater the volume of shares traded in that company during the same day.
Many male cancer patients are missing out on sperm banking
whose fertility may be at risk from cancer treatment are not being offered the chance to store their sperm according to new research published today in the Annals of Oncology.
Research says older people need more sun
Spending more time in the sunshine could help older people to reduce their risk of developing heart disease and diabetes.
Hurricane Sandy's impact measured by millions of Flickr pictures
A new study has discovered a striking connection between the number of pictures of Hurricane Sandy posted on Flickr and the atmospheric pressure in New Jersey as the hurricane crashed through the US state ...
How to control rumours on social media during a disaster
Authorities around the world should set up emergency communication teams to manage the amount of misinformation circulating on social media during disasters, terrorist attacks and other social crises.
Green heating and cooling technology turns carbon from eco-villain to hero
Carbon is usually typecast as a villain in terms of the environment but researchers at the University of Warwick have devised a novel way to miniaturise a technology that will make carbon a key material in ...
Dead famous: Research says 18th century obituaries sparked modern cult of celebrity
(PhysOrg.com) -- Research by the University of Warwick shows how death gave birth to the modern cult of celebrity as the sudden rise in the popularity of obituaries of unusual people in the 1700s provided people with the ...
Magnetic turbulence trumps collisions to heat solar wind
(Phys.org) -- New research, led by University of Warwick physicist Dr Kareem Osman, has provided significant insight into how the solar wind heats up when it should not. The solar wind rushes outwards from the raging inferno ...
Research suggests we are genetically programmed to care about climate change
Humans may be programmed by evolution to care about the future of the environment, suggests research published today.
Short sleep increases risk of death and over-long sleep can indicate serious illness
Research carried out by the University of Warwick in collaboration with the Federico II University Medical School in Naples, Italy, has found that people who sleep for less than six hours each night were 12% more likely to ...
Premium car research & cow dung point to new high tech disease diagnosis
(PhysOrg.com) -- Research at the University of Warwick have taken high tech gas sensors normally used to test components for premium cars and applied the same techniques to human blood, human urine, and even cow dung samples ...