Following the Westminster attack, Jon Coaffee, Professor of Urban Geography at the University of Warwick, considers how to respond proportionately to demands to increase security in urban centres, in The Conversation.

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Westminster attack raises spectre of new 'rings of steel' to boost security in urban centres

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Today is #WorldTBDay, and our researchers will be at Cannon Park Shopping Centre 11am-7pm. Come and join us to find out more about TB, the research that we are doing and enter our competitions.

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World TB Day

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Join Warwick Business School's free online course with
FutureLearn and explore how leadership can influence strategic outcomes in healthcare.

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Leadership for Healthcare Improvement and Innovation

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03/22/2017 at 16:04. Facebook
"Where seconds count, you can’t rely on an ambulance being outside every house, or every shopping centre, from the moment someone has a cardiac arrest."

Gavin Perkins, Professor in Critical Care Medicine at Warwick Medical School, talks to Dr Mark Porter about the importance of Public Access Defibrillators and how they should be used, on Radio 4’s Inside Health.

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Cholesterol-lowering drug, Defibrillators, Post-traumatic stress disorder and heart disease, Lack of drugs in pregnancy, Inside Health - BBC Radio 4

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03/22/2017 at 10:24. Facebook
Live in Coventry, Birmingham or Solihull? You could be eligible to vote in the #WMMayor elections. Hear all 5 candidates debate at Coventry Cathedral today from 6.30pm, tickets available: [ Warwick.ac.uk Link ]

Mayoral Elections: Warwick sponsors public debates

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03/21/2017 at 16:31. Facebook
Ever wondered why water splashes? A new theory from University of Warwick Mathematics Department reveals fresh insight.

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03/21/2017 at 10:34. Facebook
Meet the Professor of Creative Education, Jonothan Neelands, as he explains why Warwick is involved with projects such as the Cultural Strategy and Coventry UK City of Culture bid 2021.
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03/20/2017 at 16:04. Facebook
Today is the International Day of Happiness, and it seems that health not wealth is an indicator of our happiness.

Daniel Sgroi, Associate Professor of Economics, argues that policymakers may want to focus on health and life expectancy if boosting national happiness is to be a primary objective of government.

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International Day of Happiness

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03/20/2017 at 10:03. Facebook
We've been awarded funding from the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) to support projects addressing sexual harassment on campus.

See the HEFCE announcement, and read our Vice-Chancellor Stuart Croft’s blog on the issue, published in October 2016.
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Funding to address sexual harassment

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03/18/2017 at 21:47. Facebook
Asimov’s Laws of Robotics aren’t the moral guidelines they appear to be, writes Professor Tom Sorell Director of the Interdisciplinary Ethics Research Group in the University of Warwick's Dept. of Politics and International Studies. He often writes on technology ethics, including the ethics of robotics. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Asimov's Laws of Robotics aren't the moral guidelines they appear to be

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03/17/2017 at 16:01. Facebook
What is it exactly that makes particular figures suitable material for later mythmaking?

Dr Marco Nievergelt from the Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies investigates Charlemagne: creating the myth in BBC History Magazine.

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Charlemagne: creating the myth, Dr Marco Nievergelt in BBC History Magazine

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03/17/2017 at 10:41. Facebook
Happy last day of term! We hope you all have a great Easter break and look forward to seeing you next term. #bringonterm3
Getting better sleep is as beneficial to health and happiness as winning the lottery, according to research by the Department of Psychology at Warwick

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Better sleep feels like winning the lottery

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What's life like at Warwick? Whether you're a party animal or prefer to stay at home, History of Art blogger Kristie has a place for everyone.
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Campus Student Life at Warwick, 06/03/17, History of Art

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Social media can warn us about hurricanes, storms and floods before they happen – according to new research by Computer Science Department @ University of Warwick.

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We're at the #BigBangFair at the NEC, Birmingham until Saturday.
Come along to meet our imaginative scientists from Warwick School of Engineering, Physics and Chemistry departments,
and lose yourself in a world of mechanical hearts, motor racing, levitating trains and more!

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Big Bang Fair 2017

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'Who Are We?' is an installation created by researchers from the University of Warwick and international artists that looks at the question of the “refugee crisis” and the question of migration.

This free 6 day public programme at the Tate Modern in London opens today and runs until 19th March.

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Academics collaborate with artists to ask: who are we to fear refugees and migrants?

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Vlogging duo and Warwick students Mambo 5 are taking over our Instagram account today! They'll be posting throughout the day, and are holding a lunchtime live session.

Head over to our Instagram account to see what they are up to:
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University Of Warwick (@universityofwarwick) • Instagram photos and videos

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“What would have happened if Lehman Brothers had been Lehman Sisters?”

Executive MBA Warwick Business School graduate Siobhán Kirrane reveals why gender diversity would improve decision- making and performance for financial firms.

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Gender diversity improves a board's decision making

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Tonight, Warwick play Wolfson College, Cambridge in the quarter finals on #UniversityChallenge at 8pm on @BBCTwo. Don't forget to tune in and cheer #teamwarwick on. Good luck team!