The University of Birmingham is to be the UK lead for a new £6.2m Global Centre in Clean Energy.
At the 2023 Faraday Institution Awards Professor Peter Slater received the Researcher Development Champion award.
The University of Birmingham has announced plans to build a net zero carbon smart building and significantly expand its energy research and education.
Organised by the University of Birmingham’s Magnetic Materials Group, the 300-delegate REPM conference took place from the 3rd to the 7th September 2023.
The "Re-RE Wind" partnership seeks to play a pivotal role in securing the future of sustainable wind energy.
Birmingham Energy Institute to support Faraday Institution battery research projects refocused for maximum impact
A new partnership agreement will bring the University of Birmingham’s mineral extraction expertise to new markets.