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Announcement of Birmingham-Jinan joint institute

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The University of Birmingham and Jinan University joint institute was officially unveiled at a ceremony in Jinan University, Guangzhou, China. The Universities have joined forces to nurture mathematical talent in and around South China. The joint institute, a first for both Universities, will initially focus on degree programs in Applied Mathematics with Economics, Statistics, Computing, and Mathematics. Enrolment is due to commence in 2017 and is planned to rise to well over 1000 students.
Date:
05/12/2016

Green glory for University of Birmingham

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The University last week claimed two new awards to add to its collection of sustainability prizes, receiving recognition from the Green Apple Awards for Environmental Best Practice.
Date:
23/11/2016

University of Melbourne and University of Birmingham jointly funded PhDs

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As part of a global collaboration with the University of Melbourne in research, education, and cultural engagement, we are offering up to 20 PhD scholarships, enabling research students to work with academics in Birmingham and Melbourne.
Date:
22/11/2016

Prostate cancer test research awarded IChemE Global Award

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Professor Paula Mendes from the School of Chemical Engineering has been awarded an IChemE Global Award for her work to develop a new test to detect prostate cancer.
Date:
21/11/2016

University of Birmingham and Chinese Academy of Sciences establish joint centre for physical energy storage research

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The University of Birmingham has signed an agreement with the Institute of Engineering Thermophysics (IET) of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) to form a joint centre for mechanical energy storage technologies.
Date:
17/11/2016

University researchers joining forces with British biotech business to tackle global threat of antibiotic resistance

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A new spray device to fight superbugs is being developed by researchers at the University of Birmingham.
Date:
08/11/2016

Driving the revolution

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In the UK, 75% of families own a car, and as a population we travel over 244 billion miles a year in cars. In the near future, how we drive those miles will change dramatically. Increasingly, autonomous systems technology will control our vehicles, with intelligent automation making driving safer, more efficient and more predictable.
Date:
03/11/2016

Driving the revolution

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In the UK, 75% of families own a car, and as a population we travel over 244 billion miles a year in cars. In the near future, how we drive those miles will change dramatically. Increasingly, autonomous systems technology will control our vehicles, with intelligent automation making driving safer, more efficient and more predictable.
Date:
03/11/2016
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