Award-winning pioneering work by academics at the University of Birmingham could have a dramatic influence on how Birmingham City Council copes with extreme weather situations.
Scientists at the University of Birmingham are about to embark on the first stage of research which could see vitamin D used alongside, or even instead of, current treatments for rheumatoid arthritis.
Computer scientists at the University of Birmingham have won funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council to work on a groundbreaking study into teenage energy consumption that could change the behaviour of a whole generation.
Youngsters learn strategic negotiating skills from one another and their carers as they acquire a sense of moral awareness, a key University of Birmingham and Canterbury Christ Church University study into child development has found.
David Willetts MP, the new Minister of State for Universities and Science at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, has chosen the University of Birmingham as the location to deliver his first keynote speech since being appointed to the ca...
The University of Birmingham is launching a major new initiative that will exploit state of the art technologies and high performance computing to unravel mechanisms of complex diseases, discover new diagnostic markers, and ultimately improve patient t...
The University of Birmingham is to launch a new centre dedicated to understanding how we manage our personal savings and assets, from pensions to mortgages.
Dr John Armitt, Chairman of the Olympics Delivery Authority, will provide an overview of the approach to the constructing of the venues and infrastructure for the London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games.
New evidence that deep brain stimulation (DBS), a type of brain surgery to treat Parkinson's, can significantly improve quality of life for some people with the condition more than medication alone, is published in The Lancet Neurology today.
The University of Birmingham will be the location for the final televised Prime Ministerial Debate, to be broadcast by the BBC on Thursday 29 April at 8.30pm.