Research activity

Here is a list of all the research activity pages:

Generic List

Integrative Metabolic Physiology and Obesity

Information on the Integrative Metabolic Physiology and Obesity Research Group, led by Dr Konstantinos Manolopoulos, School of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, College of Medical and Dental Sciences

Interactive Systems Engineering - Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering research

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.

Interdisciplinary Research Centre in Materials Processing - IRC

The primary objective of the research programme in the Interdisciplinary Research Centre (IRC) is the development of materials, through materials processing and of manufacturing technologies so that the properties of the materials are fully exploited. Close interaction with industry is an essential part of this philosophy. The programmes that are in operation with industry vary from long term projects to short term problem-solving.

Interdisciplinary Research in Histories of Education and Childhood (DOMUS)

DOMUS is a collaborative cluster of historians working on the social, political and cultural histories of schooling, education and childhood.

Interfaces between Systems

Interfaces between Systems - research area within the Water Sciences theme in the School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Birmingham.

International collaboration

Information on integration of international staff members, the International Engagement oversight committee and the EU networking task force at the University of Birmingham.

International engagement

Information on internation engagement via the Research and Knowledge Transfer Office in the College of Medical and Dental sciences at the University of Birmingham.

International Network for Research on Asset Policies (INRAP)

The International Network for Research on Asset Policies (INRAP) aims to bring together researchers in academia, policy and practice, working in, or with an interest in, personal assets.

Iron in Health and Disease

Reesarch page for the group looking at Iron in Health and Disease, led by Dr Chris Tselepis in the School of Cancer Sciences, University of Birmingham.
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