Nic Cheeseman, Professor of Democracy and International Development at the University of Birmingham has been appointed to serve on the International Advisory Council of Afrobarometer, the pan-African research network.
Re-starting the global economy for billions of people will depend on successfully overcoming logistical challenges in the 'last mile' of a COVID-19 vaccine's journey to immunisation stations, according to a new report.
Researchers studying a group of UK healthcare workers discovered that non-white individuals recovering from COVID-19 displayed higher antibody levels than white individuals.
People across Latin America unable to adequately heat and power their homes are set to benefit from a major new international research project that aims to address 'energy vulnerability'
Every part of society has been impacted by Covid-19, but its longest lasting effects may well be on the young, with those due to sit GCSEs and A levels, or equivalent, this summer amongst those most affected.
The University of Birmingham is one of seven locations that has received funding by the UK Space Agency to develop new space hubs across England.
Routine testing patients for COVID-19 before major surgery could reduce the risk of respiratory complications and save lives, a new study reveals.
People across the Global South living with cardiovascular diseases and their risk factors may be missing potentially life-saving treatments because measures used to gauge their quality of healthcare are inadequate.
Join us for the official launch of the European University for Well-being (EUniWell) - a day-long programme of virtual events introducing our new European University Alliance.
India's transition to clean cooking fuels may be hampered by users' belief that using firewood is better for their families' wellbeing than switching to Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), a new study reveals.