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University of Warwick Student Union by MJP Architects

University of Warwick Student Union by MJP Architects

A giant planet – the existence of which was previously thought extremely unlikely – has been discovered by an international collaboration of astronomers, with the University of Warwick …

A giant planet – the existence of which was previously thought extremely unlikely – has been discovered by an international collaboration of astronomers, with the University of Warwick …

Researchers at the University of Warwick have found that a natural body process can cause inflammation, increasing the risk of colon cancer and Crohn's disease.

New colon cancer breakthrough may lead to prevention

Researchers at the University of Warwick have found that a natural body process can cause inflammation, increasing the risk of colon cancer and Crohn's disease.

Colon cancer breakthrough could lead to prevention -- and the foods that can help: Colon cancer, Crohn's, and other diseases of the gut could be better treated -- or even prevented - thanks to a new link between inflammation and a common cellular process, established by the University of Warwick -- ScienceDaily

Colon cancer breakthrough could lead to prevention -- and the foods that can help: Colon cancer, Crohn's, and other diseases of the gut could be better treated -- or even prevented - thanks to a new link between inflammation and a common cellular process, established by the University of Warwick -- ScienceDaily

Chancellor’s International PhD Scholarship at University of Warwick in UK

Chancellor’s International PhD Scholarship at University of Warwick in UK

Details of the earliest known marine navigation tool, discovered in a shipwreck, have been revealed thanks to state-of-the-art scanning technology at WMG, University of Warwick.

Details of the earliest known marine navigation tool, discovered in a shipwreck, have been revealed thanks to state-of-the-art scanning technology at WMG, University of Warwick.

Wave Equation. The beauty of the wave equation manifests itself in several ways," says Ian Stewart of the University of Warwick in the UK. "It is mathematically simple and elegant. It has an interesting range of solutions with pleasant mathematical features." The wave equation describes how waves propagate. It applies to all kinds of waves, from water waves to sound and vibrations, and even light and radio waves.

The most beautiful equation is… The wave equation

Wave Equation. The beauty of the wave equation manifests itself in several ways," says Ian Stewart of the University of Warwick in the UK. "It is mathematically simple and elegant. It has an interesting range of solutions with pleasant mathematical features." The wave equation describes how waves propagate. It applies to all kinds of waves, from water waves to sound and vibrations, and even light and radio waves.

University of Warwick Student Union  by MJP Architects, this student union almost makes me want to be a student again...

University of Warwick Student Union by MJP Architects

(Cool Seating, like in a hallway) University of Warwick Student Union by MJP Architects, this student union almost makes me want to be a student again.

A giant planet – the existence of which was previously thought extremely unlikely – has been discovered by an international collaboration of astronomers, with the University of Warwick taking a leading role.  New research, led by Dr. Daniel Bayliss and Professor Peter Wheatley from t... - https://victional.com/monster-planet-discovery-challenges-formation-theory/

A giant planet – the existence of which was previously thought extremely unlikely – has been discovered by an international collaboration of astronomers, with the University of Warwick taking a leading role. New research, led by Dr. Daniel Bayliss and Professor Peter Wheatley from t... - https://victional.com/monster-planet-discovery-challenges-formation-theory/

A group of ASTRONOMERS has discovered a supermassive distant alien world which is so surprising that it contradicts all known theories of planet formation. In other words, it should not exist. An international team of astronomers, led by the University of Warwick, has discovered a giant planet, named NGTS-1b, which compared to the size of …

A group of ASTRONOMERS has discovered a supermassive distant alien world which is so surprising that it contradicts all known theories of planet formation. In other words, it should not exist. An international team of astronomers, led by the University of Warwick, has discovered a giant planet, named NGTS-1b, which compared to the size of …

Dinosaur-slaying asteroid metal can eradicate cancer, research suggests https://tmbw.news/dinosaur-slaying-asteroid-metal-can-eradicate-cancer-research-suggests  Cancer cells can be destroyed using the same metal from the asteroid believed to have caused the dinosaurs’ extinction.Research by the University of Warwick in the UK and Sun Yat-Sen University in China found the dense metal, iridium, can be used to kill cancer cells by directly targeting them and filling them with a deadly…

Dinosaur-slaying asteroid metal can eradicate cancer, research suggests https://tmbw.news/dinosaur-slaying-asteroid-metal-can-eradicate-cancer-research-suggests Cancer cells can be destroyed using the same metal from the asteroid believed to have caused the dinosaurs’ extinction.Research by the University of Warwick in the UK and Sun Yat-Sen University in China found the dense metal, iridium, can be used to kill cancer cells by directly targeting them and filling them with a deadly…

university of warwick student union - conventry - mjp - 2009 - photo peter durant

University of Warwick Student Union by MJP Architects

The triangular roof above the cafe-bar at Warwick University’s student union by MJP Architects features a tessellated underside of polished copper.

Ilustración de artista del planeta NGTS-1b con su estrella vecina. Crédito: University of Warwick/Mark Garlick. Un planeta gigante, cuya existencia se creía extremadamente poco probable, ha sido descubierto por una colaboración internacional de astrónomos. El inusual planeta, NGTS-1b es el planeta más grande comparado con el tamaños de su estrella compañera descubierto hasta la fecha.

Exoplaneta gigantesco

Ilustración de artista del planeta NGTS-1b con su estrella vecina. Crédito: University of Warwick/Mark Garlick. Un planeta gigante, cuya existencia se creía extremadamente poco probable, ha sido descubierto por una colaboración internacional de astrónomos. El inusual planeta, NGTS-1b es el planeta más grande comparado con el tamaños de su estrella compañera descubierto hasta la fecha.

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