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David Parker receives the OBE

David Parker receives the OBE
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Professor David Parker, Director of ITSEE, received the award of OBE at Windsor Castle yesterday.
Date:
26/11/2015

Four University of Birmingham projects to receive funding from Guangzhou Municipal Government

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International research at the University of Birmingham has received a boost, thanks to successful bids for funding that will see key projects supported by the Guangzhou Municipal Government in China.
Date:
18/11/2015

Nuclear Engineering Students visit Xiamen for Clean Energy Summer School

Nuclear Engineering Students visit Xiamen for Clean Energy Summer School
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MEng Nuclear Engineering students from the University of Birmingham, Vivien Parker, Alex Cordiner, Alex Potts and Eryk Ryzko participated in a 3 week Clean Energy Science & Technology summer school, focusing on Nuclear Energy, at Xiamen University, China.
Date:
12/11/2015

UK & China launch Centre to advance energy research and education

UK & China launch Centre to advance energy research and education
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The University of Birmingham and University of Science & Technology Beijing (USTB) have launched a new joint Centre for Energy & Environment Research and Education (CEERE) to drive new technologies and train the next generation of engineers.
Date:
10/11/2015

Engineering and Physical Sciences in the media - October 2015

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Virtual Reality environments, revolutionary burns dressings and more...
Date:
08/10/2015

Birmingham and Beijing universities are on the right track

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The University of Birmingham (UK) and Beijing Jiaotong University (BJTU) (China) have today (17 September) signed a research cooperation agreement that announces plans for a joint international high-speed railway research laboratory.
Date:
17/09/2015
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How the Canadian government is playing the terrorism card

Almost a year after the murders of two Canadian soldiers, Steve Hewitt asks whether the country’s Conservative party is using the terror threat for political gain.

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