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Changing Interactions: A perspective on the nature of our interaction with computers, and what this means for the future

Changing Interactions: A perspective on the nature of our interaction with computers, and what this means for the future
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Professor Russell Beale delivered his inaugural lecture in November 2014. This profile celebrates his success in the field of Computer Science.

Research at the University of Birmingham takes one step forward towards making fuel cells cheaper and more affordable

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Research carried out at the University of Birmingham, in collaboration with Royal Military College, Canada, explores new and cheaper ways of increasing the carbon monoxide (CO) tolerance, which will play a significant role in improving the durability of fuel cells and making them more cost effective.

Reducing food waste, protecting the environment and creating economic growth in India through liquid air cold chains

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₹43 billion worth of fruit and vegetables wasted annually in India could be better conserved if the country had a sustainable cold chain of refrigerated warehousing and transport, say University of Birmingham (UK) experts in a new study.

Alan Turing's legacy is even bigger than we realise

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Alan Turing is one of the world's best-known mathematicians, and probably the best known in the past century. This is partly for his work on cracking German codes in World War II, and partly for his arrest, conviction and punishment for homosexuality in the 1950s. The mathematics that made him famous, however, rarely gets mentioned.

Highview Cryogenic Storage Pilot Plant Arrives at the University of Birmingham

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Over 300 researchers and senior scientists in academia and industry attended the first UK Energy Storage Research Conference (UKES2014) on Tuesday 25 – Thursday 27 November 2014. The University of Birmingham concluded the conference with a tour of the Birmingham Centre for Cryogenic Energy Storage, and a preview of the installation of the Cryogenic Storage pilot plant, set to take shape on the University's campus in spring 2015.
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Engineering and Physical Sciences in the media - January 2015

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From loading dishwashers to the Large Hadron Collider and more...

Engineering and Physical Sciences in the media - December 2014

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Alan Turing's legacy is even bigger than we realise

Engineering and Physical Sciences in the media - November 2014

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From Top Gear to quantum technology to perfume and more...
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