Research activity

Here is a list of all the research activity pages:

Generic List

Cerebrospinal Fluid Disorders Research Group

Description
Information on the Cerebrospinal Fluid Disorders Research Group lead by Dr Alexandra Sinclair, at the University of Birmingham.

CFD Projects

Description
Information about research projects in Computational Fluid Dynamics.

CHANGE (child weight management for ethnically diverse communities)

Description
CHANGE (child weight management for ethnically diverse communities) is a National Institute for Health Research Health Technology Assessment funded study which aims to develop a children's weight management programme that is culturally relevant to children and families from Pakistani and Bangladeshi communities, and is also suitable for delivery in a diverse community.

CHART

Description
The CHART materials characterisation facility offers access to equipment and longer term collaborative solutions to both commercial businesses and research and development organisations. Our aim is to assist with production, development and materials related challenges within the West Midlands manufacturing community.

Chromatin and Gene Expression

Description
The group page for the Chromatin and gene Expression Group at the University of Birmingham.

Chromosomal replication

Description
Group page for Chromosomal replication research group, led by Dr Aga gambus at the University of Birmingham.

Chronic Disease Research into Diabetes Study

Description
Information on the Chronic Disease Research into Diabetes Study which takes place at the University of Birmingham.

Civil Engineering research

Description
Civil Engineering research at Birmingham: We tackle the problems faced by society today: we aim to develop the knowledge and tools to build the communities of the future. Many of our projects have already had a significant impact on society; the impact of others will be felt by generations to come.

Civil Engineering Research - Environmental Engineering

Description
Environmental engineering research at Birmingham covers key topics of water engineering, geotechnical and urban living management and design.

Civil Engineering Research - Fluid Mechanics

Description
Fluid Mechanics research builds on a fundamental understanding of the motion of fluids in order to address a variety of real world problems. In this context, "fluids" range from water and air, through to slurries, waves and weather, and this allows us to study diverse topics such as wind-induced forces on buildings, vehicle aerodynamics, non-Newtonian fluids in water treatment works, and the behaviour of waves on a beach.
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