Alumni news and events
From new research discoveries to the fascinating lives of our former students, there's always something interesting going on at Birmingham.
You can read the latest stories from the Alumni Office below, search our entire news archive or join our online alumni community, your.bham now. And if you want to update us on what you've been up to or catch up with old friends, check out our Class notes.
You can also view the latest edition of Old Joe online - the official magazine for Birmingham's alumni and friends, featuring exclusive videos, photo galleries and competitions. Previous editions are also available to read.
A new report by WMREDI, University of Birmingham looks at the factors that are significant in closing the gap in productivity in the West Midlands.
Dr Alexander Orakhelashvili discusses the judgment by the Court of Justice of the European Union on legal status of Kosovo
We need to reimagine our relationship with plastics to prevent plastic pollution becoming a threat to humanity as significant as climate change, say experts.
The transition to cleaner technologies can either be done well or done badly – the route we take is down to us
'Levelling up' is symptomatic of reactive short-termism in UK politics - we need a new long-term vision for sustainable economic growth
Learn more about the core and optional modules available to you as a Liberal Arts and Natural Sciences student
New evidence has emerged on production of particles that could have a major global impact on atmospheric pollution
Negative environmental impacts and pressures associated with EU consumption have increased in Eastern Europe and around the globe
The partnership will help reduce the time and cost of observational and clinical studies, and de-risk R&D investment decisions in healthcare and life sciences
Professor Steve Goldup and his group of researchers will bring a world-leading expertise in the synthesis and application of mechanically interlocked molecules.
Schools across the West Midlands and beyond are being invited to take part in a research project to find out more about how trees grow and thrive.
Latest research has found that rilmenidine, a drug used to treat hypertension, can be used to slow ageing and extend lifespan.