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  2. Warwick HRI - Wikipedia

    The Kirton site was closed by the university in February 2009. In November 2009, Warwick University announced that it had decided to close Warwick HRI as the centre was losing the university £2 million a year. Warwick HRI was merged with the University's Department of Biological Sciences into a new School of Life Sciences in October 2010.

  3. Warwick Estevam Kerr - Wikipedia

    Warwick Estevam Kerr (9 September 1922 – 15 September 2018) was a Brazilian agricultural engineer, geneticist, entomologist, professor and scientific leader, notable for his discoveries in the genetics and sex determination of bees.

  4. American University of Antigua - Wikipedia

    The American University of Antigua was ranked in the top tier of medical schools in the Caribbean by the World Scholarship Forum in 2020, and by Money Inc. in 2019. Curriculum. AUA follows an organ system-based block curriculum in small group settings, modeled after recent medical learning developments in US medical schools.

  5. Paris Descartes University - Wikipedia

    Paris Descartes completely merged with Paris Diderot University in 2019 to form a new Paris Cité University. It was established as a multidisciplinary university "of humanities and health sciences" ("des Sciences de l’Homme et de la Santé". It focuses in the areas of medical sciences, biomedical sciences, law, computer science, economics ...

  6. Further Mathematics - Wikipedia

    Exceptions are the University of Warwick, the University of Cambridge which requires Further Mathematics to at least AS level; University College London requires or recommends an A2 in Further Maths for its maths courses; Imperial College requires an A in A level Further Maths, while other universities may recommend it or may promise lower ...

  7. University of Buckingham - Wikipedia

    The school is known as the University of Buckingham Medical School (UBMS) and is in partnership with Milton Keynes NHS Trust (Milton Keynes University Hospital); Warwick Hospital (South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust); [citation needed] Stoke Mandeville Hospital (Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust) [citation needed] and St. Andrews ...

  8. University of Huddersfield - Wikipedia

    The university was the New University of the Year at the Educate North Awards 2015. The University has a policy of ensuring all academic staff have, or are working towards, a teaching qualification. In 2016, the University came top among all UK universities for having qualified teaching staff.

  9. Academic dress of the University of Oxford - Wikipedia

    Subfusc (/ s ʌ b ˈ f ʌ s k /) comes from the Latin for 'of a dark/dusky colour', and refers to the clothes worn with full academic dress in Oxford. Their origins stem from the formal day dress worn in the past that has, to a certain extent, fossilised around the Edwardian period into what it is now and has changed only slightly since to accommodate modern trends and needs.