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Scientists link hormone production in baby wallabies to how some human girls are born with genitalia that appear more male than female

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Research led by the Universities of Birmingham and Manchester has made a connection between the way baby wallabies produce male hormones and how some human girls are born with genitalia that resemble those of a boy.
Date:
16/10/2019
Categories:
Medical and Dental Sciences, Research

Renewing Political Speech and Speech writing report launched at Parliament

Renewing Political Speech and Speech writing report launched at Parliament
Description
Politicians need to get people to trust them more if they want their speeches to be heard says a new report launched by the University of Birmingham at an event attended by Mary Beard
Date:
16/10/2019
Categories:
Arts and Law, Research

Ambassador visits Birmingham to mark Brazil research initiative

Ambassador visits Birmingham to mark Brazil research initiative
Description
The Brazilian Ambassador visited the University of Birmingham to launch the Birmingham Brazil Forum and learn more about the University's work with his country.
Date:
14/10/2019
Categories:
International, Research

Bake and Books to head up University of Birmingham's Book to the Future Festival 2019

Bake and Books to head up University of Birmingham's Book to the Future Festival 2019
Description
The University of Birmingham will be hosting its annual celebration of the written and spoken word, the Book to the Future Festival
Date:
11/10/2019
Categories:
Arts and Law

Research sheds new light on how the brain forms and recalls memories

Research sheds new light on how the brain forms and recalls memories
Description
Neuroscientists at the University of Birmingham have proved how different parts of the human brain work together to create and retrieve episodic memory.
Date:
10/10/2019
Categories:
International, Life and Environmental Sciences, Research
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