Microbes could soon be used to convert metallic wastes into high-value catalysts for generating clean energy, say scientists from the University of Birmingham's School of Biosciences, writing in the September issue of Microbiology.
A University of Birmingham PhD student is to feature in a major photographic exhibition highlighting the value of legacies to UK charities.
Birmingham City Football Club have jumped at the chance to pledge their support to the Corporate Relay Challenge 2010, a fundraising race which has been launched in aid of military patients treated at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham (QEHB) and ...
Waiting times for young people experiencing serious mental health problems such as psychosis could be drastically cut thanks to a research project being led by the University of Birmingham. The delay between the onset of symptoms and effective treatmen...
British manufacturing is thriving, not declining, due to innovative strategies by companies, but is at risk of collapse due to a severe shortage of skills, a researcher from the University of Birmingham's School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sc...
School pupils from across the Midlands with an interest in mathematics will be able to explore the subject and its everyday use during a two day festival to be held at the University of Birmingham on 14 and 15 September.
One of the world's leading virologists will be speaking at the International Epstein-Barr Virus Conference, which takes place at the University of Birmingham from September 4-7.
Three University of Birmingham Sport (UBSport) alumni have been selected to represent England at the upcoming Commonwealth Games to be held in Delhi, India from October 3-14.
Congratulations to two University of Birmingham Sport badminton players who are set to start off the new season with success after being chosen to represent Great Britain at the 11th World University Badminton Championships 2010.
A joint project between the University of Birmingham and the University of Worcester is looking into how listening to a regular beat could help stroke survivors improve their walking and reduce the risk of a fall.