Take a look at Old Joe's spring 2014 features which include our alumni, academics and even Nao the robot.
Friend or foe - is social media good for society or a bad influence? A forum for sharing owned by its users or a haven for bullying and bad behaviour?
Live, dance, learn is the motto of Elmhurst School for Dance and it’s an ethos the school’s Artistic Director Robert Parker has certainly lived by.
We are delighted that Birmingham is The Times and The Sunday Times University of the Year 2013–14. But why did we receive the title and what does it mean for our students, staff and alumni?
Trees are the building blocks of our natural landscapes but forests around the globe are under threat from climate change and disease. Thanks to a transformational £15 million gift, the University is establishing a pioneering institute of forest research to find possible solutions.
Standing proud in America’s Midwest, Chicago is one of the US’s predominant financial, cultural and sporting centres.
New Institute looks to understand the biggest global threats and learnthe lessons of the past.
Mining a new field of knowledge at Birmingham led Ioannis (Yannis) Tsitos into a career taking in 32 countries, one miraculous moment, and the search for gold.
Your gifts are further improving how Nao the robot can support children with autism.