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Chemists at Birmingham celebrate £1 million award for new equipment

Chemists at Birmingham celebrate £1 million award for new equipment
Staff at the School of Chemistry at the University of Birmingham celebrated the installation of new equipment yesterday (21 July 2014) as a result of a £1 million award from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council's core capability grant, and match funding from the University in excess of £500,000.

G4S takes on a new recruit

Bob, the autonomous robot starts work as a trainee security officer

Birmingham shortlisted for National College for High Speed Rail

Birmingham is one of four locations across the country to have been shortlisted to become the home of the National College for High Speed Rail. The new College 'hub' and a number of 'spokes' based across the country will provide training to the next generation of engineers working on the HS2 project and beyond.

University of Birmingham academics awarded National Teaching Fellowship

Two members of staff at the University of Birmingham have been awarded National Teaching Fellowships by the Higher Education Academy (HEA).

Molecules have no morals: ecstasy godfather Alexander Shulgin's legacy

Dr Simon Cotton writes for The Conversation.
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