Research activity

Here is a list of all the research activity pages:

Generic List

Bioengineering - Formulation Engineering Research - School of Chemical Engineering

In Biochemical Engineering we are currently working on a number of fronts with the aim of exploiting biological molecules, cells, and tissues to develop a range of high-value products.

Biological hydrogen production - University of Birmingham

Biological hydrogen production at the University of Birmingham. Hydrogen is seen by many as the fuel of the future because it has a very high energy density, three times that of petrol or diesel, and because its use produces only water instead of greenhouse gases and other exhaust pollutants.

Bio-medical and micro engineering - Mechanical Engineering research

Advances in medicine (e.g. "key-hole" surgery) require ever smaller devices. The merger of two important applications of engineering into a single Bio-medical and Micro Engineering Research Centre enables Birmingham to make a major contribution to this trend.

Bio-medical Engineering - Mechanical Engineering research

The Bio-Medical Engineering Research Group is part of the Bio-medical and Micro Engineering Research Centre. The group aims to understand the physical properties of natural and synthetic materials and to use this understanding to design and develop medical devices.

Biosciences and medicine - Collaborative Research Network in Imaging and Visualisation

Biomedical applications of imaging and visualisation, from basic sciences to the translational research which takes new developments from the research laboratory to the clinic.

BioSystems and Environmental Change (BEC) - research - School of Biosciences

One of the six research themes within the School of Biosciences at the University of Birmingham, research into the interactions between animals and their environments is co-ordinated through the BioSystems and Environment Change research theme. Our research focuses on the investigation of molecular, physiological and behavioural responses to environmental change across rapid, seasonal and evolutionary timescales.

Birmingham and Brunel Consortium External Assessment Centre (BBC EAC)

SOCQER-2 is a multicentre study which investigates patient reported outcomes in patients undergoing ovarian cancer surgery. Please find information below for prospective participants and clinicians.

Birmingham Atrial Fibrillation Treatment of the Aged (BAFTA) Follow-up Study

Information on the Atrial Fibrillation Treatment of the Aged (BAFTA) Follow-up Study - part of the Primary Care Clinical Trials Unit, University of Birmingham.
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