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Future outbreaks of foot-and-mouth disease can be controlled effectively and quickly with vaccinations – saving millions of pounds and hundreds of thousands of livestock – according to research by our School of Life Sciences

Foot-and-mouth crises to be averted with vaccination strategy

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yesterday at 09:43. Facebook
Don't forget, we're supporting #1daywithoutus today in the Piazza from 12.30pm

One Day Without Us: Monday 20 February

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02/17/2017 at 16:02. Facebook
We are not amused, but we are quite peckish...Food historian Professor Rebecca Earle explores Queen Victoria's hearty appetites in this article for BBC History Magazine

Queen Victoria’s appetites

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02/17/2017 at 12:43. Facebook
Tune in this Saturday morning from 09.15– 09.25am on BBC Coventry & Warwickshire as members of the University of Warwick Basketball and Volleyball Sports teams go head to head on the air waves with members of Coventry’s Female Football and Golf teams to discuss their Varsity preparation with presenter Lorna Bailey. Every Saturday throughout the games, listen out for further updates, match...
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02/17/2017 at 09:49. Facebook
Great news! Our home city of Coventry has been ranked among the top 40 student cities in the world - and fifth in the UK - by QS Top Universities

Coventry

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02/16/2017 at 16:16. Facebook
This week's star baker? WMG, University of Warwick! Cutting-edge technology has brought Queen Elizabeth II’s wedding cake back to life – thanks to research by WMG at the University of Warwick

Queen’s wedding cake resurrected with scanning tech

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02/16/2017 at 09:30. Facebook
Good luck to our Pool team, who will be getting this year's Varsity under way at Riley's from 7pm tonight - it's free entry, why not go along and cheer on #TeamWarwick?

For the full Varsity fixture list, head to [ Warwicksu.com Link ]
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02/15/2017 at 16:07. Facebook
Great news from a member of the Warwick Alumni community - 8.7 million people in Ghana have gained access to life-saving emergency services, thanks to a revolutionary navigation app designed by a graduate from Warwick School of Engineering

Pioneering app gives millions of Ghanaians access to ambulances

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02/15/2017 at 09:42. Facebook
It's Market Day on campus! Head to the Piazza between 11am and 3pm to find something tasty - get a full list of stallholders at [ Warwick.ac.uk Link ]
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02/14/2017 at 16:23. Facebook
It's Valentine's Day so, if you're lucky, someone hoping to gain your affection might try and win your heart with chocolate. But why exactly do we give chocolates on 14 February?

Food historian Professor Rebecca Earle from The History Department at the University of Warwick explains how they've become a Valentine's Day staple

Valentines Day 2017: Why we give chocolates on 14 February

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02/14/2017 at 13:35. Facebook
Tune into Channel 4 tonight at 8pm to see Dr Tom Barber from Warwick Medical School explore the so-called fat trap. Dr Barber explains why so many successful dieters eventually put the pounds back on

Super Slimmers: Did They Keep the Weight Off?

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02/14/2017 at 11:03. Facebook
Could Warwick Honorary Graduate Prue Leith be set for the revamped Great British Bake Off? We're not putting all our eggs in one basket just yet, but some of the smart cookies in the media are predicting just that.

Find out more about Prue and hear an interview we conducted with her when she was awarded her Honorary Degree in 2014.

Warwick Honorary Graduate set for Bakeoff?

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Researchers have witnessed - for the first time - cancer cells being targeted and destroyed from the inside, with a compound discovered by the University of Warwick's Department of Chemistry/Sadler Group

Organo-metal compound seen killing cancer cells from inside

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This month is LGBTUA+ History Month & Warwick Pride has a host of events you can get involved with - check out their event for more details

L G B T U A + History Month

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Tune in this Saturday morning from 09.15– 09.25am on BBC radio Coventry and Warwickshire as Warwick Sport and Warwick SU will be on air to discuss the upcoming Varsity Games with presenter Lorna Bailey, and hear how you can get involved.

Every Saturday throughout the games, listen out for further updates on the games, match reports and hear how Team Warwick are preparing for the epic...
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There’s been a minor panic about courgettes and iceberg lettuces, but should they really be ‘February vegetables’? It raises some important issues about what we as consumers have learned to expect when it comes to food and what University of Warwick research is doing to help to produce a sustainable veg crop.

Countering the Courgette Crisis

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At the start of a big year for the West Midlands, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for External Engagement Simon Swain blogs about how we're planning to help make the region even stronger this year

2017: The Year the West Midlands comes home, 08/02/17, Exec blog

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Today is the latest Warwick SU 'Are You Ok?' Day, themed around #TeamWarwick - find out more about the campaign on their website

Are You Ok? - Warwick SU

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ParalympicsGB athlete Danny Crates meets leading salt expert Professor Franco Cappuccio, of Warwick Medical School, to get to the bottom of controversial reports suggesting that rather than eat less salt, we should be eating more

Food: Truth or Scare, Series 2: Episode 1

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