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Benefits of Hub partnerships for the Heritage and Cultural sectors

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Overview of the benefits for heritage and cultural sector organisations working in partnership with the University of Birmingham's Heritage and Cultural Learning Hub.

BESRC meeting minutes

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The minutes from the BMSU committee meetings

Biomedical Services Unit (BMSU)

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The Biomedical Services Unit provides a wide range of services that include the care and husbandry of the animals, their breeding and supply, as well as other technical, experimental and administrative services.

Biomolecular NMR Facility

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Index page for the biomolecular NMR faciilty at the University of Birmingham.

Birmingham Advanced Light Microscopy facility (BALM) - School of Biosciences

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The Birmingham Advanced Light Microscopy (BALM) facility is located in the School of Biosciences at the University of Birmingham. Our facility provides cutting edge microscopy resources to members of the univesity community and beyond. Our microscopes are routinely used for high resolution live-cell imaging, as well as analysis of organisms ranging from Drosophila to zebrafish. In addition to training and technical assistance we also provide data analysis capabilities through our dedicated workstations.

Birmingham Biophysical Characterisation Facility (BBCF) - School of Biosciences

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The Birmingham Biomolecular Characterisation Facility (BBCF) is based at the University of Birmingham School of Biosciences and boasts many of the biophysical tools essential for complete biomolecular characterisation. These tools provide information on:Conformation: Circular Dichroism (CD), Fourier Transformation Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) and X-ray Crystallography Size: Analytical Ultracentrifugation (AUC) Aggregation and Association: (AUC/DLS) Protein folding and stability: (FTIR/CD/AUC)

Birmingham Drug Discovery Facility - School of Biosciences

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The Birmingham Drug Discovery Facility contains a number of cutting-edge technologies required to enable Birmingham scientists to conduct translational science.

Birmingham Ensemble for Electroacoustic Research

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Information about BEER (Birmingham Ensemble for Electroacoustic Research) at the University of Birmingham

Birmingham Liver Course

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Liver Transplant Master Class
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