A University of Birmingham nuclear physicist has been awarded the prestigious 2010 Rutherford medal and prize for his research work on light nuclei.
Archaeologists at the University of Birmingham are heading to Stonehenge to lead the world's biggest-ever virtual excavation. The Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project, which starts today (Monday July 5), will use the latest geophysical imaging techniqu...
Acclaimed novelist and playwright Benjamin Zephaniah will give the University of Birmingham's Baggs Memorial Lecture on Monday 5th July 2010 at 6.30pm.
More than 4,500 students will graduate from the University of Birmingham from Friday, July 9 to Friday, July 16 at 16 degree ceremonies in the University's Great Hall.
Would-be entrepreneurs from four Birmingham schools are taking part in a challenge to test their business acumen. The ROCKET Challenge 2010 is being launched at the University of Birmingham Business School on June 30 and will see dozens of Year 11 and ...
A Birmingham physicist, along with a team of European scientists, has demonstrated a new technique to recreate Galileo's drop experiment with an exotic state of matter called a Bose Einstein condensate.
Twelve services provided by the Earth's atmosphere that are vital to human well-being and existence, have been identified by meteorologists and scientists at the University of Birmingham.
Leading lights of UK/US medical research in areas such as cancer, liver and renal medicine will have the chance to share ideas and work together, thanks to an innovative clinical exchange programme.
The University of Birmingham's hydrogen powered narrow boat 'the Ross Barlow' has set sail on its first major canal cruise.
Government plans to give GPs greater control of NHS budgets are a step in the right direction but must be implemented carefully if they are to deliver benefits for patients, according to a major new report published today by the University of Birmingha...