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What makes us happy? How did ancient Britons develop their societies? Can we predict our political future? Have you ever pondered these questions? We get to the heart of these questions and we encourage our inquiring minds in the pursuit of knowledge to the highest research standards. Our academics research issues affecting the ordinary and extraordinary aspects of everyday life. Within the Knowledge Centre you'll discover articles that answer our most pressing questions, provoking debate and offering insight into academic life here at Warwick. Look out for articles on our Twitter and Facebook pages, and join the debate.

Permission to Fail

Most people perceive scientists as logical and determined people, their mission to find the answer through painstaking research. So what are two of the most important things you can teach an aspiring scientist to help them on the road to success? Critical thinking? Statistics? Not necessarily. It’s the ability to think creatively, and a capacity to deal with failure says Professor Kevin Moffat.

Creative thought

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