Teena is a vehicle dynamics researcher at Coventry University and a consultant to the motorsport industry. She’s only 33, but she has already worked as an aerodynamicist with the Williams Formula One team and as a rally engineer with Prodrive. Recently featured in The Guardian as a role model for aspiring female engineers, we interview her to find out more about her work…
The Spring 2013 SASH Newsletter is out.
On 20th February 2013, Coventry University based Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE) hosted the ‘Shifting Balances Symposium’, a day event which saw a wide range of speakers from all over the world. The symposium was organised and hosted by Dr Margaret Wilson of Wyoming University.
More and more people are surviving cancer in the UK due to improvements in treatment and diagnosis.
The work carried out in Coventry within the MAESTRO European project on Methods and Advanced Equipment for Simulation and Treatment in Radiation Oncology (MAESTRO) has demonstrated that it is possible to reduce the amount of radiation dose delivered to healthy tissues during radiotherapy treatment by compensating for organ motion using a standard treatment couch.
Coventry University Professor of Theoretical Physics, Ralph Kenna, has achieved international press for his recent work surrounding the connections between modern social networks, and the ones in mythological narratives.
On 12th February 2013, the Studies in Adolescent Sexual Health (SASH) research group hosted a free event which was themed ‘Innovation in Sexual Health’. Based at the techno centre with in Coventry University, They had several interesting and relevant speakers come forward with thought-provoking presentations and workshops across the day, exploring new and imaginative ideas for engaging and educating young people in a sensitive… Read More
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