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Dr Melanie Britton becomes first female chair the Division of Spatially Resolved Magnetic Resonance of the Ampere Society

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Dr Melanie Britton, a Senior Lecturer in Physical Chemistry at the University of Birmingham, has recently been appointed as Chair of the Division of Spatially Resolved Magnetic Resonance of the Ampere Society. It is the first time in the society's history that a woman has held this position.
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12/09/2017

International particle technology forum helps strengthen research ties between Birmingham and China

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´╗┐Researchers from the University of Birmingham's School of Chemical Engineering and Birmingham Centre for Energy Storage have recently organised and delivered the UK-China International Particle Technology Forum VI in the city of Yangzhou, China.
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12/09/2017

New research may help engineers and managers reduce noise and vibration produced by trains

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New research carried out by the University of Birmingham has identified news ways of reducing noise, vibration and other environmental impacts associated with railway systems.
Date:
05/09/2017

Birmingham Professor wins prestigious award for radar research

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This summer, the German Institute of Navigation (DGON) recognised the contribution Professor Mikhail Cherniakov, Head of the Microwave Integrated Research Laboratory (MISL) at the University of Birmingham, has made to radar research by awarding him the first Christian H├╝lsmeyer Award at the 2017 International Radar Symposium.
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05/09/2017

Birmingham chemist collaborates with renowned bioartist for new installation exploring the chemical nature of DNA

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This October, Birmingham-based art gallery BOM will host The Chemistry of Biology: An Alchemy of DNA, a new installation developed by internationally renowned Bioartist Anna Dumitri in collaboration with Dr Robert Neely from the University of Birmingham.
Date:
01/09/2017

Hubble delivers first hints of possible water content of TRAPPIST-1 planets

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An international team of astronomers have used the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope to estimate whether there might be water on the seven earth-sized planets orbiting the nearby dwarf star TRAPPIST-1, and the results suggest that the outer planets of the system might still harbour substantial amounts of water.
Date:
31/08/2017

Public transport and its implications on health

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Doctoral Researcher, Dennis Van Soest discusses a growing skepticism towards climate change and the impact this may have across many sectors.
Date:
31/08/2017
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