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China-India border tension risks escalating into more intense conflict

China-India border tension risks escalating into more intense conflict
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Written by Dr Tsering Topgyal. "Earlier this month the Chinese president, Xi Jinping, concluded a three-day trip to India. As he set off to meet Narendra Modi, Xi wrote in The Hindu that China and India "need to become co-operation partners."
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08/10/2014

Pioneering new school offers sixth formers a taste of the future

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A ground-breaking new School is set to offer teenagers across Birmingham and beyond a new and innovative type of Sixth Form experience when it opens its doors to the first pupils next year.
Date:
03/10/2014

Publication of papers from the Eighth Birmingham Colloquium

Publication of papers from the Eighth Birmingham Colloquium
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The latest Birmingham Colloquium volume has been published!
Date:
03/10/2014

Prestigious Medici Enterprise Training Programme expands to Leeds Beckett University

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The University of Birmingham is very pleased to announce that in June this year, a contract was signed with Leeds Beckett University (formerly Leeds Metropolitan University) which enables the Leeds institution to run their hugely successful Medici Enterprise Training Programme for universities in the north of England.
Date:
02/10/2014

Rail safety in China is on the right track with new degree courses

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The critical activities of managing safety and risk across China's vast and complex railway network is being aided by a new programme launched at the University of Birmingham, UK. The course in Railway Risk and Safety Management has been jointly developed by the Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education (BCRRE) University of Birmingham and the High Integrity Systems Engineering (HISE) Group, University of York, UK. The first intake of graduate diploma students will enrol at Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, China later this month.
Date:
01/10/2014

Future of electro engineering student group shaped at Birmingham

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Representatives of more than 15 student branches of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) have gathered at the University of Birmingham to plan the future of the prestigious association in the UK and Ireland. The student arm of the IEEE is the largest student body in the field of electro and information technologies, with nearly 2,000 branches in 80 countries.
Date:
24/09/2014

Impressive performance for Birmingham in new Times league table

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As thousands of new students arrive to take the next step in their education, the University of Birmingham has climbed up the national rankings. The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2015 has placed Birmingham 15th overall, up from 16th last year. The University of Birmingham is now ranked ninth within the Russell Group of leading research intensive universities, ahead of Nottingham and Manchester.
Date:
23/09/2014

New digital map reveals stunning hidden archaeology of Stonehenge

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A host of previously unknown archaeological monuments have been discovered around Stonehenge as part of an unprecedented digital mapping project that will transform our knowledge of this iconic landscape – including remarkable new findings on the world's largest 'super henge', Durrington Walls.
Date:
10/09/2014

Birmingham ranked as a must-see university for US visitors

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The University of Birmingham has been named one of the top 40 Universities Abroad Worth Traveling For by a US travel website. The 2014 list, compiled by FlipKey, which is part of the TripAdvisor Media Group, recognises must-see universities with some of the best attractions, architecture, history, and beautiful campuses in the world.
Date:
09/09/2014

Food for thought: scientists use social media to expose global eating habits

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People in the UK eat their main meal at dinner time, Brazilians eat theirs at lunchtime, and the population of the US tends to eat more throughout the day, according to research by computer scientists at the University of Birmingham in the first study of its kind into eating and drinking habits using social media data.
Date:
09/09/2014
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