Research activity

Here is a list of all the research activity pages:

Generic List

Safety, risk and reliability management - Civil Engineering research

Description
A large engineering project is a complicated process. There are risks throughout that may lead to engineering that cannot succeed. Unfortunately, in many cases, a safety and reliability assessment is only carried out after serious accidents have occurred.

Saving Humans: Risk, Intervention, Survival

Description
Introduction to the theme of Saving Humans at the University of Birmingham Institute for Advanced Studies.

Schizophrenia and Psychosis Research Group

Description
Information on the Schizophrenia and Psychosis Research Group lead by Dr Rachel Upthegrove, Section of Neurotrauma and Neurodegeneration, School of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, The University of Birmingham

School of Chemistry research

Description
The School of Chemistry's research homepage.

School of Maths research

Description
We are internationally renowned for our world-leading research, which involves international and multidisciplinary collaboration. We have strong research groups in algebra, analysis, combinatorics, continuum mechanics, initiatives and infrastructures, mathematical biology, mathematics education, nonlinear systems, numerical analysis, statistics, and theoretical and computational optimization.

School of Physics and Astronomy research

Description
Homepage for Physics and Astronomy research at the University of Birmingham.

Seminars - Physical Sciences of Imaging in the Biomedical Sciences

Description
This page lists upcoming and recent seminars on the topic of biomedical imaging at the PSIBS DTC at the University of Birmingham. Speakers include world-leading specialists drawn from across the disciplines of chemistry, physics, computer science and other physical scientific subjects at the life sciences interface.

Sensory motor function research - School of Psychology

Description
Some of our current work involves investigating motor learning in tasks involving adaptation to perturbed or displaced visual feedback of the hand position. We are testing the role of learning in motor coordination tasks using functional brain imaging.

Service Design and Delivery

Description
This research theme covers topics of patient safety, quality of care, service design and delivery including lay health workers, alternative and complementary medicine and the Quality Outcomes Framework
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