The Privacy of Medical Data

September 2nd, 2015 | by Carsten Maple

The benefits of having medical data in electronic format is clear – the patient benefits because we can transfer data quickly to assist in prognosis and diagnosis, and we can monitor the efficacy of treatment.  For... Read More

The University and the IOT

August 17th, 2015 | by Irene Ng

Companies today believe there is ‘added value’ when products can be connected to other products. For instance, when the TV ‘talks’ to the fridge, or when the iPhone activates the kettle. But why do companies think... Read More

Get In The Middle of MyChainReaction

July 17th, 2015 | by WMG Editor

Based on The Mediasmith Project blog posted here Dr Ruth Leary is a Senior Teaching Fellow at the Centre for Cultural Policy Studies at the University of Warwick.  She is engaged in a joint research project with... Read More

A word that Schumpeter would be proud of

May 28th, 2015 | by David Bott and Jan Godsell

Disintermediation is a word that sounds like it was made up. But it is also a word that scares people in many markets, and with good reason. Disintermediation is the reason why there are virtually no... Read More

Basic Research

Is commitment more important than direction?

May 6th, 2015 | by David Bott

As part of the election campaign that seems to have been going on forever, there has been another round of discussion about the need to invest in science. It prompted me to go back and re-watch... Read More

European SMEs: Building from a strong capability base

April 16th, 2015 | by Jan Godsell

In business research, much of management literature have suggested that it was possible to ‘copy-paste’ models for successful small and medium enterprise (SME) businesses from one context to another. Real-life practice has however demonstrated that this is... Read More

When research gets animated

April 7th, 2015 | by WMG Editor

This month, our guest blogger is David Reynolds a doctoral researcher at WMG. David was recently animated for a PhD Comics video created by Jorge Cham to explain the Hub-of-all-Things project led by WMG. Here David describes the experience:... Read More

Brain Imaging

How to know when “thinking goes wrong”

March 23rd, 2015 | by Theo Arvanitis

The brain is an amazing organ. It controls many of the functions of the human body – but it is also the organ that processes the information that allows us to understand things – including itself.... Read More

3D Power Wall

The life-cycle of that “innovation” word

March 20th, 2015 | by David Bott

There is common agreement that “innovation” is important. Individuals aspire to be described as innovative, companies use it as a description of their products and processes and governments boast of their support for it. But what... Read More

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