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#GlobalEye | "Lockdowns along with vaccinations are the most effective way to break the chain of transmission," says @LawrenceYoung11  of Warwick University. Adds that lockdown is the only solution to buy time for hospitals. @Parikshitl 

GlobalEye | "Lockdowns along with vaccinations are the most effective way to break the chain of transmission," says @LawrenceYoung11  of Warwick University. Adds that lockdown is the only solution to buy time for hospitals. @Parikshitl 

GlobalEye | "Must ensure that vaccine manufacturing can take parts in many parts of the world," says @LawrenceYoung11  of Warwick University. Adds that all nations must co-operate and not stockpile vaccines @Parikshitl 

Last week I visited the Protect Warwick Women sit-in, where students have been protesting to demand new measures to safeguard against male violence and harassment. It's a fantastic, determined campaign to improve the safety of women on the university's campus. Solidarity! 💪🏽✨

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"You go into University thinking you're going to get something at the end of it. To not have that, it shatters your dreams." Warwick University student Vikram Khosla, 21, has applied for dozens of roles and says it's "disheartening" there are so few roles

Sarah Richardson, professor of modern British history at the University of Warwick, said that Philip’s passing could be a “turning point” in the future of the monarchy.

Huge congratulations to Richard, George, Andrew and Owain from the University of Warwick on winning #UniversityChallenge  last night! 🥳✨

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"I call it a blessing" Student Vitoria Mario tells #BBCBreakfast  how she reacted when she saw that singer Taylor Swift had donated £23,000 so she could take up a maths course at the University of Warwick.

Meanwhile, Eat Out to Help Out continued; a measure which, according to researchers from Warwick University, increasing Covid-19 cases by between 8% and 17%.

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According to University of Warwick research, Britons are genetically predisposed to be grumpy. Of the 131 countries studied, only the French were more predisposed to grumpiness.

NEWS: Coventry City and the University of Warwick announce new Sky Blues stadium plans. ➡️ #PUSB 

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A 2017 study by the University of Warwick found that the twelve funniest words in the English language are Booty, Tit, Booby, Hooter, Nitwit, Twit, Waddle, Tinkle, Bebop, Egghead, Ass and Twerp.

A study from the University of Warwick has determined that Britons are genetically predisposed to be grumpy.

Good luck to #mufc 's deaf team for tomorrow’s EDF Challenge Cup semi-final against Derby Deaf FC at Warwick University (12:45 BST).

Booty, Tit, Booby, Hooter, Nitwit, Twit, Waddle, Tinkle, Bebop, Egghead, Ass and Twerp are the 12 funniest words in the English language, according to the University of Warwick.

Neutron stars cast light on quark matter: ?: Artist’s impression of the merger of two neutron stars (Credit: University of Warwick/Mark Garlick)

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What do the bleating cowards of Warwick SU think a university is FOR? If students won’t support free speech who will?

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