Individual starlings rotated through different positions in the flock, and the groups were packed more tightly in the middle. Most interestingly, every bird copied its direction only from its closest six or seven neighbours, no matter how closely packed they were. "That's quite unique in science - that's a really unusual kind of interaction," explained Prof Matthew Turner, a physicist at the University of Warwick who also studies flocking behaviour.
Similar to the previous one but with more added- greater detail and different techniques Coventry: The Old Cathedral Spire by Dennis Creffield http://www-images.warwick.ac.uk/services/art/artist/denniscreffield/
Again the modernist design may not suit everyone, but Warwick University campus's newest constructions such as the Zeeman Building here – named in honour of a Japanese-born mathematician who helped to pioneer "knot theory" – thrive in their expansive green campus setting. Picture: Alamy
The Wicket Gate by Robin Tanner. His subject matter, medium and style reflect the English landscape tradition, recalling in particular the work of the romantic pastoralist, Samuel Palmer. The inspiration for these etchings came from the Wiltshire countryside which he adored 'a world of pastoral beauty that could be ours if we did but desire it passionately enough'. From Warwick University Art Collection.