Research activity

Here is a list of all the research activity pages:

Generic List

Antimicrobial Action, Resistance and Epidemiology

Description
Members of this group work on a range of projects investigating how bacteria become resistant to antibiotics, how antibiotic resistance genes relate to the biology of pathogenic bacteria and how resistance genes are mobilised. Current research programmes focus on enteric pathogens including Escherichia coli, Salmonella and Campylobacter, respiratory pathogens including Streptococcus pneumoniae and Mycobacterium tuberculosis and nosocomial pathogens including Acinetobacter and Staphylococcus aureus. Specific interests relate to understanding the evolution of antibiotic resistance and transmission routes and dynamics of resistance as well as the study of membrane proteins in terms of resistance and the development of novel therapeutics. Research in this area is supported by extensive funding from research councils, charities, government agencies and other sources.

Applied Mathematics Research, School of Mathematics

Description
The Applied Mathematics Group is internationally recognised for high quality research and collaborations with researchers from various scientific areas especially industry.The Group covers many research areas including fluid mechanics, biomathematics, theoretical & computational optimization, computational mathematics, as well as research for industry.

ASPIRE - A study promoting the influenza response in the elderly

Description
Page for the "A study promoting the influenza response in the elderly" (ASPIRE) Clinical research & trials Unit.

Astronomy research - School of Physics and Astronomy

Astronomy research - School of Physics and Astronomy
Description
Links to the websites of the research groups in Astronomy at the School of Physics and Astronomy.

Atmospheric Chemistry and Air Pollution - Environmental Health Sciences

Description
Atmospheric Chemistry and Air Pollution research (part of the Environmental Health Sciences research group) focuses upon understanding natural and anthropogenic emissions to the atmosphere, the transport, chemical and physical transformations of atmospheric constituents, and the effects of air pollution and atmospheric chemistry upon the environment, and particularly upon human health.

Automation and Intelligent Manufacturing

Description
Information on the University of Birmingham's Advanced Manufacturing Technology Centre's research into Automation and Intelligent Manufacturing. This theme encompasses three broad areas of research: a) intelligent manufacturing and systems, b) robotics and automation and c) Bio-inspired Computational Intelligence.

Autophagy in health and disease

Description
Information on the Autophagy in health and disease research group led by Dr Sovan Sarkar, at the University of Birmingham.

Autophagy in health and disease

Description
Information on the Autophagy in health and disease research group led by Dr Sovan Sarkar, at the University of Birmingham.

Background - In Quest of New Fingerprints of exposure to Air Toxics project - Environmental health sciences research

Description
Introduction and background to the project titled 'In Quest of New Fingerprints of exposure to Air Toxics' in the School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Birmingham.
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