News and events In 'News and events' Singing binaries: listening to the chirps of black holesNews 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 Cosmic giants on cosmic scales: how to measure the Universe DescriptionOur planets orbit the Sun, and our solar system (as well as many others) orbit the centre of our galaxy, also known as the 'Milky Way'. But did you know that galaxies also orbit around each other? We call these systems galaxy groups and galaxy clusters, and they form some of the largest structures in the observable Universe. Physics and Astronomy receives top marks for student satisfaction DescriptionStudents who participated in the National Student Survey (NSS) have ranked Physics and Astronomy highly at the University of Birmingham with 96% student satisfaction. Nuclear physicist highly commended at L'Oreal UNESCO For Women in Science Fellowship Programme DescriptionDr Tzany Kokalova Wheldon from the School of Physics and Astronomy has been highly commended at the L'Oreal UNESCO For Women in Science Fellowship programme. Beauty and Strangeness in Particle Physics DescriptionThe focus of Cristina's current research – which she outlined in her recent Inaugural Lecture, 'Beauty and Strangeness in Particle Physics' – is the study of the behaviour of particles containing the beauty and strange quarks in the LHCb and NA62 experiments at CERN. Merging binary black holes formed through chemically homogeneous evolution DescriptionLike paparazzi, we try to capture the most intimate moments of the stellar world's rock stars as they burn brightly and die young – using gravitational waves to observe the black holes they leave behind and discover how they were formed. When Black Holes Collide – TedxBrum 2016 DescriptionProfessor Alberto Vecchio and Professor Andreas Freise from the Gravitational Wave Research Group took to the stage at TedxBrum 2016 to explain the discovery of gravitational waves. Birmingham's role in gravitational wave detection celebrated in Thinktank exhibit DescriptionThinktank, Birmingham Science Museum is hosting a new exhibit, celebrating the role of Birmingham scientists in detecting gravitational waves, the globally significant finding that will help us to understand and explore the mysteries of our universe. 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. Displaying 11 to 20 of 144 Previous 1 2 3 4 5 … Next .