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Chemistry at Birmingham

Chemistry at Birmingham
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As an undergraduate chemistry student, I'm very used to people making the assumption that all I do for my degree is play around with Bunsen burners; however, this isn't quite the whole picture. Yes, in my first year at the University of Birmingham I spent countless hours in labs trying to synthesise a pure compound, or determine the density of a gaseous sample, but there's much more to the chemistry course.
Date:
08/11/2013

What I got up to this summer

What I got up to this summer
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This quite interesting summer started very well! Paris is quite the place (I actually went back for 5 days two weeks ago!) and I would recommend it to everyone. Oh, and please, pretty please, buy bread and other, bread-related stuff every morning! So, so good! Not just tasty; delicious!
Date:
08/11/2013

Placements: Why Bother?

Placements: Why Bother?
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This first article aims to encourage you to endeavour to get a placement, by outlining the copious benefits that can be reaped from a little effort and hard work on your part. This list is not exhaustive, but highlights the key opportunities that a placement, or even just the application to internships, can give a student.
Date:
08/11/2013

Major £15 million gift to the University of Birmingham enables creation of Forest Research Institute

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A new Institute for Forest Research will be established by the University of Birmingham to study the impact of climate and environmental change on woodlands, and the resilience of trees to pests and diseases, thanks to a transformational gift of £15 million.
Date:
07/11/2013

From brain behaviour to Shakespeare: Birmingham unveils latest MOOCs

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The University of Birmingham is introducing further free, open, online courses today offering a taste of higher education to learners worldwide.
Date:
04/11/2013

Study or work in China? Event explores options available

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The University of Birmingham's China Institute will host a workshop this week designed to showcase opportunities to study or gain work experience in China, with advice on scholarships available.
Date:
29/10/2013

Reprint of papers from First Birmingham Colloquium

Reprint of papers from First Birmingham Colloquium
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The first volume of Texts and Studies, Third Series, edited by David Taylor, is being republished by Gorgias Press fourteen years after it first appeared.
Date:
23/10/2013

Visit enhances University's key strategic partnership with Guangzhou

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Two years after the launch of the University of Birmingham's collaborative centre in Guangzhou, Vice- Mayor Wang Dong is visiting Birmingham this week to expand the strategic partnership between the City and the University.
Date:
21/10/2013

Maori remains make the long journey to their ancestral home

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A collection of Maori skeletal remains and a tattooed Maori head discovered at the University of Birmingham were handed back to New Zealand in a spiritual ceremony on Friday.
Date:
18/10/2013

University of Birmingham in arts and humanities research partnership

Description
Six of the region's universities, including the University of Birmingham, are to benefit from a multi-million-pound partnership to create a centre for excellence for a new generation of arts and humanities researchers.
Date:
15/10/2013
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The Birmingham 
Perspective

World War I shaped a century of air combat and it still influences modern missions

From small beginnings, with simple and basic aircraft, World War I provided the catalyst for a rapid growth in design, technology, armaments and air power thinking, which continued unbroken for the next century and beyond.

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