Enjoy a selection of news stories from the Autumn 2013 issue of Old Joe. If you have some news you would like to share with us, please email email@example.com
Our wonderful campus holds a special place in the hearts of all our graduates. A few words from Vice-Chancellor, Professor David Eastwood.
The University of Birmingham introduces its new look alumni magazine.
A selection of standout images from across campus.
The University has moved up to 15th in the Guardian University Guide 2014, with the School of Computer Science ranked best in the country.
A University spin-out company, Irresistible Materials (IM), has secured £290,000 of investment to further develop and commercialise technology critical to the computer
chip manufacturing process.
Asteroseismologists from Birmingham have used tiny vibrations caused by sound trapped inside a star to accurately measure its size and the three planets discovered orbiting it.
Student a capella group wins a place to compete in New York at the International Championship of a capella.
A new interactive website offers a virtual tour of the University’s stunning campus.
The University has launched the Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRiS), the first
of its kind in the UK.
Plans for a University School and Sixth Form at Birmingham are moving forward with the position of Principal currently being advertised
The way drone strikes affect conflict is the topic of new research at the University.
Curvy fairground mirrors may make us giggle, but according to researchers they pose a challenge for our brains to process.
The University contributes more to the local economy than the region’s eight football teams, according to a new report.
Birmingham academic wins a competition run by the Discovery Channel and Mandrake Films to showcase his research and presenting talent.
New research at the University shows the Antarctic Peninsula summer melt season has grown longer
University staff raise more than £1,000 for Birmingham's life-changing autism research
Two Birmingham alumni were responsible for recreating a groundbreaking vaccine.
Stroke patients will receive treatment better tailored for their individual needs, thanks to a new toolkit created at Birmingham.
Outgoing Redbrick editor Raphael Sheridan (BA Political Science and International Studies, 2013) shares his stories of the year.
Global access to higher education will move a step closer to reality when the University launches Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) in late 2013.
A selection of news from around the University.