News and events In 'News and events' European Research Council grant awarded to support Higgs boson researchNews and eventsTalks and Seminars Back to 'Physics and Astronomy' Events IUPAP International Conference on Women in Physics Date16 - 20/07/2017DescriptionThe International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) is delighted to announce that the 6th conference in this series will be hosted by Birmingham, UK. The conference will be held in July 2017 at the University of Birmingham, organised in partnership with the Institute of Physics (IOP) and the Universities of Nottingham and Warwick. Having all been awarded Juno Champion status by IOP, the three universities' physics departments are strongly committed to promoting diversity and look forward to being fully involved in the conference. Displaying 1 to 1 of 1 See our Talks and Seminars page. News Antimatter Matters – new exhibit at Royal Society Exhibition DescriptionProfessor Christina Lazzeroni and Dr Nigel Watson are leading a team from the Particle Physics Research Group to support the Antimatter Matters exhibit at the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition. Gravitational waves observed from another cosmic collision of a pair of black holes DescriptionThe LIGO Scientific Collaboration and the Virgo Collaboration identify a further gravitational wave event in the data from the Advanced LIGO detectors PhD student Mat Schofield wins University Three Minute Thesis competition DescriptionCongratulations to PhD student Mat Schofield, who has won the University Graduate School "Three Minute Thesis" research presentation competition. LISA Pathfinder exceeds expectations DescriptionThe European Space Agency's LISA Pathfinder mission has successfully demonstrated the technology needed to build a space-based gravitational wave observatory, with sophisticated electronics from University of Birmingham at the heart of the instrument. Asteroseismologists listen to the relics of the Milky Way: sounds from the oldest stars in our Galaxy DescriptionAstrophysicists from the University of Birmingham have captured the sounds of some of the oldest stars in our galaxy, the Milky Way, according to research published in the Royal Astronomical Society journal Monthly Notices. Birmingham's Physics and Astronomy ranked second in the UK DescriptionThe Guardian University Guide 2017 reveals that Physics and Astronomy at the University of Birmingham has risen two places to second in the UK. The courses have also been recognised as first in the Russell Group rising one place since last year's league table. Complete University Guide 2017 DescriptionThe Complete University Guide 2017 league table reveals that Engineering and Physical Sciences subjects at Birmingham continue to perform well with four subjects ranking in the top ten nationally in their category. Special Breakthrough Prize awarded for detection of gravitational waves DescriptionThe Selection Committee of the Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics has announced a special prize recognising scientists and engineers involved in the transformational detection of gravitational waves. Rotation of low-mass stars stops slowing down as they get older DescriptionDr Guy Davies has discovered in his latest paper that the rotation of low-mass stars stops slowing down as they get older. Drone technology used for radiation detection DescriptionDrone technologies and their importance as platforms for testing new flight-ready sensor concepts have been growing. Such practice is beneficial for aerial surveys, supporting defence and heritage projects in the development of detailed 3D models from aerial video. Displaying 11 to 20 of 138 Previous 1 2 3 4 5 … Next .