How Warwick Business School is teaching the next generation of football managers about how to run a business.
A look at the developments in hybrid transport research.
Researchers at the University of Warwick have enlisted a world wide team of amateur / semi-professional astronomers to keep watch on one of the fastest spinning white dwarf stars ever found. The star is long overdue for a major eruption that will increase its brightness a thousand fold.
Researchers at The University of Warwick and Leicester University have used an artificial snot to significantly enhance the performance of electronic noses.
Chris Moran discusses the recent 'Spooked: cultures of intelligence' conference hosted at the University of Warwick.
Professor Franco Cappucio from the University of Warwick talks about his recent report into levels of salt in our diets.
Dr Stefan Bon introduces the work of the Polymer Colloids group.
A look at the Robot Football team at the University of Warwick
Professor Alan Chalmers talks about his work developing 'There-Reality' systems at the University of Warwick.
What is the future for multilateral trade agreements in the light of the problems surrounding the Doha Round?
An introduction to the Warwick Commission - The Multilateral Trading System After Doha
What can the legal profession learn from Shakespeare and how did the great playwright deal with the law in his own time?
How Warwick HRI is researching ways of developing new daffodils.
How the sound of a car can influence our decision whether to purchase it.
Why do we like the perfumes we buy? How do manufacturers try and develop perfumes to meet our tastes?
How angels were nearly purged from our culture and why they survived.
Tony Howard talks about the women who have played Hamlet
How research is helping car manufacturers ensure high levels of craftsmanship in their luxury cars.