Research activity

Here is a list of all the research activity pages:

Generic List

High Temperature Oxidation Group

Description
The long-term viability of machine components operating at high temperatures in an oxidising environment often relies on the integrity of a thin, protective layer of oxide, typically chromia, alumina or silica. Understanding the mechanisms of the formation of such a protective layer and the processes which affect its mechanical integrity, particularly during temperature changes, are major challenges to this research group as well as to the larger oxidation community.

Hormones, Metabolism & Reproduction

Description
Endocrine research at the University of Birmingham addresses the role of hormones in obesity, diabetes, cancer, infertility and many other conditions to find new diagnostic tools and treatments that will make a difference, focused within the Centre for Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism (CEDAM). There are also a plethora of research areas around reproduction and women's health from the laboratory to clinical trials, a wider collaborative effort formalised through the Centre for Women & Children's Health.

How to participate

Description
Information for professionals for patient recruitment for the plateletgap project at University of Birmingham.

Human computer interaction - Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering research

Description
Research at the HCI Centre includes intelligent interaction, natural interaction, utilizing speech, gesture, activity and emotion, social computing, digital economy, future digital technologies, fusing physical and virtual domains, mobile and ubiquitous computing, and the psychology of interaction.

Human Geography Research Group

Description
The Society, Economy and Environment Research Group at the University of Birmingham conducts theoretically and empirically informed scholarship aimed at understanding how social practices and relations are conditioned by space and place.

Human interface technologies - Electronic, Electrical and Computer Engineering research

Description
The Human Interface Technologies Team within Electronic, Electrical & Computer Engineering brings together award-winning, multidisciplinary researchers within the School who focus on theoretical and practical human-centred research issues related to future interactive technologies, including task and usability analyses, human factors integration, ergonomics and the design, application and evaluation of advanced interfaces.
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