Research activity

Here is a list of all the research activity pages:

Generic List

Sexuality and Gender Studies

Introduction to the research and study of Sexuality and Gender Studies at the University of Birmingham.

Shaping the future of educational technologies today: from prototypes to practice

The aim of this ESRC funded project (2012-2013), was to contribute to shaping the future landscape of technology use for children on the autism spectrum in the classroom, and through this to contribute to educational advancement, emotional wellbeing and positive outcomes for children.

Sleep, Metabolism, Obesity and Diabetic Complications Research Group

Information on the Sleep, Metabolism, Obesity and Diabetic Complications Research Group, led by Dr Abd Tahrani, School of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, College of Medical and Dental Sciences

Social cognition and neuroscience (SCoNe) research - School of Psychology

The Social cognition and neuroscience (SCoNe) research group brings together social, developmental, cognitive, and neuro-psychologists. The group are enthusiastic about merging our different skills to address questions at the core of social-cognitive neuroscience. SCoNE is based in School of Psychology at the University of Birmingham.

Social psychology of empathy and cooperation research - School of Psychology

Research into the human psychology of empathy, compassionate altruism and cooperation is supported by the School's Hilary Green Research Fund, generously endowed by Mr Grenville Green.

Speciality Products - Formulation Engineering Research - School of Chemical Engineering

Research in this area underpins the creation, development and improvement of many industrially important products.


The SPIRO-CKD is a multi centre clinical trial ran by Birmingham Clinical Trials Unit and sponsored by the University of Birmingham. It's an investigation to compare the effects of Spironolactone to Chlortalidone on left ventricular mass and arterial stiffness in stage 3 chronic kidney disease

Sport Policy Centre

The Sport Policy Centre is a platform dedicated to issues of importance in sport. Academic publications are often lost in translation. The Commentary Box is specifically designed to bridge this gap by making cutting edge research on sport policy more accessible and understandable to stimulate discussion.
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