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The Centre for Sport, Exercise and Life Sciences are inviting applications to a fully funded PhD studentship, with the opportunity to use cutting-edge experimental techniques to tackle a major clinical problem.
The project, in collaboration Hypo-stream, will determine the efficiency of their M3 solution, which when used in the treatment of burns patients, significantly improves their survival.
Find out more and apply.
Researchers from the Centre for Sport, Exercise and Life Sciences have discovered that all metals present in EV batteries can be recovered using bioleaching.
Researchers from the Centre for Sport, Exercise and Life Sciences have discovered that a regular sauna or hot bath can bring about similar health benefits to that of low to moderate aerobic exercise, like walking, jogging and cycling.
The award for Outstanding Research Supervisory Team was given to Dr Neil Clarke, Dr Mark Noon, Dr Peter Mundy and Rhys Morris from the Centre for Sports, Exercise and Life Sciences (CSELS), nominated by CSELS postgraduate researcher Rich Kite.
OVO Biomanufacturing, a spin-out company from Coventry University and the University of Warwick, has successfully secured £100,000 of funding to develop digital solutions to improve the manufacturing efficiency for viral vaccines and gene therapies. Find out more.