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The Vale Village

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See the Disabled Go site for a detailed disability access audit See our Code of Practice page   The postal address for Tennis Courts is: Edgbaston Park Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2RE (flats 1 - 66 and 139 - 144) and B15 2RB (flats 103 -138) Virtual tour of a Tennis Court shared flat bedroom Virtual

The Vale Village

www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergraduate/advice/guide/accommodation/halls/vale.aspx

See the Disabled Go site for a detailed disability access audit See our Code of Practice page   The postal address for Tennis Courts is: Edgbaston Park Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2RE (flats 1 - 66 and 139 - 144) and B15 2RB (flats 103 -138) Virtual tour of a Tennis Court shared flat bedroom Virtual

Researching A New Living Concept That Won't Cost the Earth

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comfort, low maintenance costs and carbon footprint as well as flood and subsidence tolerance.’ Notes to Editors 1. The Ergohome is situated on Edgbaston Park Road, near the University of Birmingham’s Tennis Courts Halls of Residence. 2. The project has been made possible by funding from E.ON, Advantage

Accommodation feedback

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Accommodation feedback.   Name First Last Student ID number Term time address Ashcroft Oakley Court Pritchatts House 3 Pritchatts Road 7 Pritchatts Road 9 Pritchatts Road 11 Pritchatts Road The Spinney Aitken Chelwood Maple Bank Mason Shackelton Tennis Court Jarratt Hall Flat number Room number Please

Contact us

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Contact us. Useful phone numbers, email and postal address for key departments within the University of Birmingham, including the University's main switchboard. Contact information for departments not listed here can be found on their individual webpages. Postal Address: The University of Birmingham Edgbaston

Social cognition and neuroscience (SCoNe)

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Social cognition and neuroscience (SCoNe). Our research group brings together social, developmental, cognitive, and neuro-psychologists. We are enthusiastic about merging our different skills to address questions at the core of social-cognitive neuroscience, such as: How do we understand who other people

The Institute of Advanced Studies (IAS)

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The Institute of Advanced Studies (IAS). Professor John Bryson , Birmingham Business School: "The Institute of Advanced Studies is an important initiative for the University as academics strive to explore and develop solutions for many societal challenges, requiring the type of interdisciplinary solutions

Privacy

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in services such as the Alumni email directory or the University e-payment facility. This information may include your name, title, institutional affiliation, address, telephone number and email address. It may be stored electronically or manually by the University. When you use the University of Birmingham

Anyone for PIMMS?

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and the underpinning science needed to develop techniques to address major analytical challenges. The network is intersectoral in nature combining commercial (both manufacturers and “end-users”), governmental and academic concerns using a range of state-of-the-art analytical techniques, to address

Birmingham Atrial Fibrillation Treatment of the Aged (BAFTA) Follow-up Study

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but this benefit is at the cost of higher risk of major bleeding. However, concerns were expressed over the applicability of this evidence to elderly patients with AF, particularly in primary care settings. The BAFTA study aimed to address these concerns. The BAFTA study was a randomised controlled trial

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