Research activity

Here is a list of all the research activity pages:

Generic List

Membrane Protein Structure and Function Research Group

Description
Information on the Membrane Protein Structure and Function Research Group, led by Dr Alex Conner, at the University of Birmingham.

Mental Health

Description
The group page for the Mental Health research group, led by Liz England, at the University of Birmingham.

Metabolomics in the Life Sciences - School of Biosciences

Description
Homepage for Metabolomics in the Life Sciences at the University of Birmingham. Metabolomics research at the University began in 2003 and focuses primarily in clinical metabolomics and environmental metabolomics, and is strongly underpinned by the development of novel bioanalytical and computational methodologies.

Metamaterials research centre

Description
A new Research Centre in the nascent area of "metamaterials" is now being formed in Physics at Birmingham.Metamaterials are materials with exotic optical properties (e.g. negative refractive indices). Proposals for the use of the materials are "invisibility cloaks" to shroud objects and lenses which can image arbitrarily small objects (unlike normal lenses which are limited to see things larger than the wavelength of light).

Meteorology and Climate - Environmental Health Sciences research - School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences

Description
Researchers within the area of Meteorology and Climate (part of the Environmental Health Sciences research group) have a unique international reputation for a broad range of pure and applied atmospheric research, including significant knowledge transfer to the international meteorological market place. Modeling is a particular strength of the group from small scale street canyon turbulence models (used for revealing the key mechanisms that affect urban climate and pollution level) to global circulation models (used for predicting future climate change).

Microbial Bioprocessing research group

Description
We are interested in using information about the molecular microbiology and physiology of bacteria to develop bioprocesses.

Microbiology and Infection - Research in the School of Biosciences

Description
Microbiology and Infection at Birmingham

Microcirculation Research Group

Description
Information on the Microcirculation Research Group, led by Dr Neena Kalia, at the University of Birmingham.

Micro-engineering and Nano-technology Research Group - Mechanical Engineering

Description
Every day, engineers at Birmingham embark on futuristic explorations that are rapidly turning fantastic ideas, which would not be out of place in a science fiction story, into industrial and commercial reality. We are voyaging into the domain of the astonishingly small - the world of nanotechnology where objects are measured not in millimetres or even microns but nanometres - one thousand millionth of a metre.
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