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Nobel Prize winner Professor Al Roth visited the University of Birmingham to give a guest lecture.

General Election 2015: Edgbaston Constituency Candidates Hustings

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19 March 2015General Election 2015: Edgbaston Constituency Candidates Hustings

On Thursday 19 March the University will welcome Prospective Parliamentary Candidates for the Birmingham – Edgbaston constituency to campus. The event provides a great opportunity to hear from local candidates from across the political parties on local and national issues in the run up to the General Election. The incumbent, Gisela Stuart MP (Labour) will be joined on the panel of prospective candidates by Luke Evans (Conservative), Lee Dargue (Liberal Democrats), Phil Simpson (Green Party) and Graham Short (UKIP).read more

Forward 100: Birmingham at War
6 January-27 March 2015Forward 100: Birmingham at War
Gods and Heroes
23 January-25 May 2015Gods and Heroes
Beale Lecture Series 2014/15
27 January-3 March 2015Beale Lecture Series 2014/15
Revolutionising Fashion
6 February-26 April 2015Revolutionising Fashion
Monday Lunchtime Series
9 February-23 March 2015Monday Lunchtime Series
New Art West Midlands
13 February-17 May 2015New Art West Midlands
Voyages of Discovery
1 March 2015Voyages of Discovery
Birmingham International Piano Festival 2015

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6-8 March 2015Birmingham International Piano Festival 2015

In its inaugural year, Birmingham International Piano Festival brings some of the world's finest pianists to the city of Birmingham over three days, and showcases the piano, not only as a solo instrument, but also its role in chamber music and jazz.read more

Education and Training in Nuclear Decommissioning

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16-17 April 2015Education and Training in Nuclear Decommissioning

The need to recruit and maintain qualified personnel is a known concern in the nuclear sector with the issue particularly acute for nuclear decommissioning. A clear global positioning of the European Union in this area will be beneficial, will stimulate export and will promote high safety standards. The University of Birmingham, in association with the European Commission's Joint Research Centre are holding a joint seminar to address the following questions in relation to education and training in nuclear decommissioning.read more