A new project to develop cost-effective space cooling technologies powered by green technologies has been launched by a global consortium led by the University of Birmingham.
Technicians from the eight Midlands Innovation universities, including the University of Birmingham have launched a new first of its kind equipment sharing initiative
An award of £4 million has been made by Research England for the development of C-DICE, a new centre for post-doctoral development in infrastructure, cities and energy.
The first ever hydrogen powered train will run on the UK mainline today (Sept 30) as part of a major project in partnership with the University of Birmingham.
Professor Yulong Ding, Director of the Birmingham Centre for Energy Storage, has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering.
Over the course of the summer, Professor Xiao-Ping Zhang, Chair in Electrical Power Systems and Director of Smart Grid research has spoken at two prestigious webinars.
Scientists will work in Bangladesh to create a blueprint to help ensure that medics can get a COVID-19 vaccine to everyone who needs it across the Global South.