University of Warwick scientists have discovered that healthy bacteria cells and cells inhibited by antibiotics or UV light show completely different electric reactions. These findings could lead to the development of medical devices which can rapidly detect live bacterial cells, evaluate the effects of antibiotics on bacteria colonies, or reveal antibiotic-resistant bacteria. The researchers plan to market the technology to tmaximise social good and have founded a start-up company Cytecom to commercialise the idea.
Plans for a new university in Milton Keynes have been given a £30 million funding boost.
Banking giant Santander has announced it is backing MK:U, the UK's first university focused on digital skills.
The bank is giving £10 million towards building costs, and will contribute 20 million towards running costs for the first three years.
The new college – which is expected to open in 2023 – is being developed by Cranfield University.
Professor Sir Peter Gregson, Chief Executive and Vice-Chancellor of Cranfield University said: “
They are just as much a part of our family as anyone else: our pets. Saying goodbye to them can be heartbreaking, which is why Doreen Collins Vanacore is helping people to memorialize their best fur friends. "Even though they look like a traditional headstone, they have a compartment underneath for cremains," Collins said. "A lot of people have purchased these where they’ve had their pets buried in the yard or in the ground, and have a stone or a cross and they replace them with an Animorial.
A MAN is fighting for his life after falling from a Warwick University building on the Coventry campus.
Completed in 2012 in Huhehot, China. Text description provided by the architects. At the beginning of 2010, the architecture design institute of the Inner …