Bookings for our summer events on 24 and 25 June are now open
Read about Birmingham's outstanding results in the Research Excellence Framework
Our experts help surgeons to carry out the NHS’ first net zero operation
Birmingham scientists have shown an existing drug may reduce damage after spinal cord injury, by blocking the inflammatory response in the spinal cord.
"As the iconic route into Birmingham turns 50, Professor Damien Walmsley captures with his lens what’s underneath."
Our researchers reveal that courtship and mating among flies continues even in the presence of deadly pathogens.
In honour of J.R.R. Tolkien, this one-off weekend is aimed at celebrating and developing Birmingham’s rich heritage of fantasy
Explore an exhibition of unique artwork selected from the international art-science project, Creativity and Curiosity.
Award-winning saxophonist, composer, poet, MC, and producer Soweto Kinch is joined by dancers and leading jazz musicians to present The Black Peril
Student researchers from the College of Arts and Law are ripping open the pages of the student Redbrick newspaper from the 60s, 70s and beyond, exploring the gig culture on campus
This congress will bring together the global railway community to champion technical developments, advocate collaborations and inspire the next generation of rail professionals.
This is just one of many new sites and unexpected patterns of prehistoric activity detected by the Ghent-Birmingham research team
To be in the World top 10 for our QS subject ranking reflects the quality of research and outstanding teaching
The International Blind Sport Federation World Games is a multi-sport event for blind and partially sighted athletes