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What is the Value of a Degree?
How employable are today's graduates?
Dating the Birth of Jesus and the 'first Christmas' with a Herodian Coin
Professor Donald Singer and Dr Michael Hulse discuss this year's Hippocrates Prize
Professor Shaun Breslin and Professor Adil Najam: The Strategic Partnership and Globalisation
The University of Warwick's Professor Wyn Grant in conversation with Boston University's Professor Graham Wilson about politics and the strategic partnership.
The University of Warwick's Professor Shaun Breslin in conversation with Boston University's Rachel Thrasher about the growth area of South South Trade.
University of Warwick's Richard Higgott - The Theory and Practice of Global Economics Governance: The Limits and Prospects of Multilateralism in the 21st Century
University of Warwick's Timothy J. Sinclair - Conflicts of Interest and the Global Financial Crisis
Cardiff Business School's Glenn Morgan - Constructing Financial Markets: reforming Over-the-Counter derivatives markets in the aftermath of the financial crisis
The University of Warwick's Shaun Breslin - China and the Global Crisis: Global Responsibility meets Domestic Vulnerability
Boston University's Min Ye - ‘Coethnic Foreign Investment (EDI) versus non-Ethnic Foreign Investment (FDI): How have they impacted China and India differently?
Boston University's Kevin Gallagher - Facilitating Foreign Investment for Strategic Resources: Evidence of China in Latin America after the Crisis
Boston University's Vivien Schmidt - ‘What Happened to the SMEs? France, Italy and Spain?
University of Warwick's Ben Clift - French Responses to the Global Economic Crisis: The global economy of ‘post-dirigisme’ and new state activism
Boston University's Cathie Jo Martin - Social Solidarity in Scandinavia after the Fall of Finance Capitalism
Boston University's William Grimes - The Future of Regional Liquidity Arrangements in East Asia: Lessons from the Global Financial Crisis
Sport is Big Business for University of Warwick
Celebrating 30 years of WMG
Bank of England at Warwick
Warwick Medical School 10th Anniversary
ELVIN (Electric Vehicle with Interactive Noise)
A question of race and mental health
End of Life Care: A discussion between Dr Rodger Charlton and Dr Chris Andry
Care home environment and the effect on resident wellbeing
Storytelling and healing in South Africa
Professor Peter Mack discusses his new role as Director of the Warburg Institute
Professor Hilary Pilkington discusses her new book exploring the concept of skinheads in Russia
Premium Vehicle Customer Interface Technologies Centre of Excellence
Medieval mason’s marks could spell the end of flat-pack furniture misery
German Studies professor Erica Carter speaks about her new book on early filmmaker Béla Balázs
Boston University's Prof Cathie Jo Martin talks to Warwick's Prof Wyn Grant about her research in the field of politics and international economics.
IAS Visiting Fellow Professor Vivien Schmidt from Boston University speaks to PAIS PhD students Andrew Hammond and Ben Jacoby about her research into political theory.
IAS Visiting Fellow Professor Vivien Schmidt from Boston University speaks at the Warwick RIPE debate along with Warwick Business School's Professor Colin Crouch and the University of Sheffield's Professor Colin Hay
Professor Charles Sheppard - Protecting Indian Ocean Coral Reefs
Warwick Business School’s Dr Sue Bridgewater, discusses the high pressure world of football management
Warwick Business School’s Dr Sue Bridgewater discusses the emergence of global brands in football
How do we deal with domestic violence?
Neuroimaging: Eyetracking - Everything you need to know
Neuroimaging: Engineering a Positive Response from Users
Neuroimaging: Brainwaves for Marketers
How the baby boomers took their children's future
Women in Afghanistan
Warwick and Boston Partnership
Professor Wyn Grant Discusses UK Election Politics
Why was Christmas banned for almost 20 years in England
The Hippocrates Prize
The damage caused by bullying
Dr Angie Hobbs Senior Fellow in the Public Understanding of Philosophy
What newly-released MI5 archives reveal about American actor Sam Wanamaker
Rodney Bickerstaffe, Hon LLD
Val Gooding, CBE, Hon LLD
Professor Joseph Roach, Hon DLitt
Brenda King, MBE, Hon MA
David MacKay - Without Hot Air
IAS Visiting Fellow - Geoff Eley
International Political Economy Debate - Part Two
International Political Economy Debate - Part One
Mapping social interaction for predicting how infections spread.
Should we be worried about Swine Flu?
Guns and Rubles III
The Death of Privatised Keynesianism
Guns and Rubles II
Guns and Rubles
The Social Impact of the Arts
'The story of Warwick Medical School is the story of three powerful women'
'It's critically important to disseminate knowledge on a large scale'
'We need to publicise sport to disabled children'
Mental Health In-patient Care
Vadim Jean: "The only thing limiting you is your own imagination"
How Psychology Affects Our Credit Card Payments
Warwick Scientists use Nuclear Magnetic Resonance to Understand “Glass Bones”
What do Greta Garbo, Madonna and Napoleon have in common? Why Glamour, Darling!
Shakespeare Studies with Stanley Wells
The Rise and Fall of the Working Men's Club
Public Bailout of Bank’s Recklessness
Chilli, Chocolate, and Chips: Foods that Originate from the New World
“Fungal footbaths” could save the honey bee
'Art Gives One Complexity'
‘Troubles in Zimbabwe must be resolved peacefully’
Central banks ‘key’ to stop recession
‘Second life’ for Warwick Commission
Warwick's links with business will be 'essential' in economic hardship
‘Poverty is not forever’
‘The biology of the 21st Century’
RSC Actors Receive Postgraduate Award for Teaching Shakespeare
Green up with car sharing
Polar bears and icebergs: Warwick students return from the Arctic
Chinese TV and film director Zhang Ji Zhong visits Warwick
Reduction in junior doctors’ hours will be beneficial
Islam in contemporary societies, an MA course
Saving the British strawberry
First structured education programme for type 2 diabetes
Has belonging been lost?
Hybrid embryo research could ‘offer chance to treat incurable diseases’
Improving solar cells
White British working class children make the worst progress in secondary school
Programme promoting international research begins
Pregnancy with diabetes
Positron emission imaging
The case for embryo research
Making history live through improvisational theatre
Honour crime and the legal system
War and Peace at Warwick
Kosovo independence; a threat to Balkan stability?
A better mind on drugs?
Sharia and UK Law
Getting Chinese medicine in to balance
Economic meltdown for 2008?
Finding gratitude at Christmas
A future direction for multilateral trade
Women's fight for equal pay
Democracy in Burma, where now?
The history of working men's clubs
Doctor?'s gender a factor in the diagnosis of coronary heart disease
Overcoming claims of racism in the UK?'s psychiatric services
How swarming theory could inform plasma physics and financial markets
Modelling the spread of foot and mouth infection
Building nanotech clay armour for emulsions.
From Blair to Brown
The Culture of Genetics - part 2
The Culture of Genetics
Spooked: Cultures of intelligence in Britain
Editing the Complete Works of Shakespeare
Cholesterol busting statins and blood pressure
Warwick students to power space satellite
The legacy of the slave trade
Metal-containing molecules and DNA
Falstaff - a tragic wit or fool and jester?
The history and uses of Aspirin
The future of multilateral trade agreements
Perceptions of body image
Marketing the Movies
Religion and Public Office
The Women who have played Hamlet
America's military strategy for Iraq
Developing a test for Pre-eclampsia
Metal ring round white dwarf solves missing planets puzzle
How Angels nearly disappeared from our culture.
Producing antibodies in plants
DNA, crime and civil liberties
Abusive Language in Schools
Nanotechnology in medicine
Is policy damaging the Arts in the UK?
The state of Russia
Wearing the veil - Part 2
A New Direction for the Child Support Agency
An interview with Tony Wheeler (Graduate)
A question of leadership
A Religious and Cultural Clash or a Tribal Showdown - Analysing the Danish Cartoons Crisis.
A Response to the UK Energy Review - Renewable Sources and the Nuclear Option
Are you getting enough sleep?
Building a sustainable response to Islamic extremism in Europe and beyond.
Can our economy survive high oil prices?
China and India - The economic giants of the future
China - Economic Miracle or Economic Timebomb?
Defining City Regions
Developing a 'Protecting Virus' for flu defense
Escaping the Earth
Happiness, economics and society
Heading for a nuclear showdown in the Middle East
Ideas of heroism and sport
Insights into Beckett
Intelligent Design or Evolution - Professor Steve Fuller and Professor Jack Cohen
Israel and Lebanon - A History of the Conflict
Managing Creativity and Creative Management
Nepal - making sense of the recent protests
North Korea's nuclear diplomacy
Patterns of migration - a problem or opportunity?
Persistence in Economic and Political Institutions
Predicting a World Cup Winner - into the knockout stages
Problems in French Politics
Providing for Gifted and Talented Youth
Responding to Water Scarcity
Tackling Diabetes and Obesity in the UK's South Asian Communities
Technology Matters - making choices about the tools we use.
The Experience of Muslims in British and French Prisons
The Future for Business Schools
The Science of Discworld - Professor Ian Stewart
Translating Orhan Pamuk
Trends in Football Management - Managerial Dismissals and the Impact on the Game.
Understanding the Iranian Nuclear Crisis
Wanton Nights and Riotous Feasts
Wearing the veil
What chance for peace in Sri Lanka?
World Cup Special - David Beckham and footballing icons
World Cup Special - How to predict a world cup winner
World Cup Special - The development of English managers
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