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More than half support 'mansion tax', research shows

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The majority of people in the UK support the proposed 'mansion tax', according to research by the University of Birmingham.
Date:
28/01/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

'Astro-archaeological' discovery of replica solar system with Earth-sized planets from the dawn of Time

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Scientists led by University of Birmingham asteroseismologists have discovered a solar system with 5 Earth-sized planets dating back to the dawn of the Galaxy.
Date:
27/01/2015
Categories:
Engineering and Physical Sciences, Research

The burning issue of the world's vulnerable carbon sinks

The burning issue of the world's vulnerable carbon sinks
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Changing climate conditions and increasing occurrences of wildfires may leave globally important carbon stocks defenceless, new research shows.A study led by the University of Birmingham (UK), shows vast carbon-rich layers of peat (dead plant debris) found across the world are under threat from a drop in general water table levels and warmer temperatures, as a result of climate change. With drier peatlands becoming more prevalent and wildfire activity on the increase, the peat's carbon content is at a higher risk of being released into our atmosphere.
Date:
27/01/2015
Categories:
International, Life and Environmental Sciences, Research

Not On: University of Birmingham and the Guild of Students launches campaign against sexual harassment

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The University of Birmingham and its student union, the Guild of Students, are today, Monday 26 January, launching a joint initiative to tackle sexual harassment and uphold the right of staff and students to live and study in a safe and supportive environment.
Date:
26/01/2015
Categories:
Corporate Services, Students

University of Birmingham ranked top 10 for graduate earnings

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University of Birmingham graduates are among the top ten highest earners in the country, with an average salary of more than £46,000 a year, new figures show.
Date:
19/01/2015
Categories:
Alumni, Students
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