The Shadow Robot Dexterous Hand is a robot hand, with size, shape and movement capabilities similar to those of a human hand. To give the robotic hand the ability to learn how to manipulate objects researchers from WMG, University of Warwick, have developed new AI algorithms.
The condition trimethylaminuria is more commonly known as fish odour syndrome — it currently has no cure. Researchers at the University of Warwick have been able to stabilise and inhibit the enzyme that produces TMA, which means once a drug has been discovered they can test how it to stop TMA production.
The University of Warwick has revealed in its new study that people diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnoea maybe at an increased risk of adverse outcomes from Covid-19. Researchers have also cautioned people with the sleep condition to follow the neccesary precautions in the background of the pandemic in order to keep themselves safe.
Drop collision is integral to technology such as 3D printing and spray cooling of next-generation electronics. A discovery by researchers at the University of Warwick allows to make the design and engineering of future droplet technologies more precise and efficient.
One of the WHO’s three critical priority pathogens, Acinetobacter baumannii, for which new antibiotics are urgently needed is one step closer to being tackled, as researchers from the Department of Chemistry — University of Warwick have made a breakthrough in understanding the enzymes that assemble the antibiotic enacyloxin.
The number of electric vehicles increases rapidly. Now the question arises on what to do with used batteries. Researchers at the University of Warwick have found a way not just to recycle those used batteries, but repurpose them as small energy storage systems (ESS).
Scientists at the University of Warwick claim that they have developed a more powerful method of analyzing chemical mixtures. The method has been able to assign a record-breaking number of 244,779 molecular compositions within a single sample of petroleum.
Painkillers containing opiods are often prescribed to manage pain that is disrupting sleep. However, a study led by the University of Warwick found that patients on a low to high dose of opioids reported only a small improvement in sleep quality.