Proposals made by the government as part of Operation Moonshot could do more harm than good, a group of UK experts have argued in a new article published today (22 September 2020) by the BMJ.
The global spread of vast forest plantations and agricultural monocultures are turning once diverse landscapes into areas of land supporting single plant species, with huge implications for our terrestrial water cycle.
Professor Yulong Ding, Director of the Birmingham Centre for Energy Storage, has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering.
The lack of public acknowledgement of sexual violence against women and children during lockdown could have long-term implications not only for individuals but for support services, Birmingham experts argue.
Researchers from the University of Birmingham and University of Surrey investigated if exposure to homicides had an impact on the educational outcomes of children in schools close by.
New advice to help healthcare professionals promote exercise as a way of improving immunity has been launched by a team of medical experts and exercise scientists.
Experts have developed a Virtual Reality (VR) reconstruction of the Mayflower that will mark the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrim Fathers setting sail for America.
The process of white blood cells responding to infections begins earlier than previously thought, according to a new study by scientists at the University of Birmingham.
Research from the University of Birmingham has concluded that the process of giving to charity has to be grounded in evidence rather than reaction.
Three early career researchers at the University of Birmingham have been awarded 2020 European Research Council Starting Grants to tackle some of the biggest scientific questions of our time.