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Triple-drug combo could prove key weapon in fight against cancer

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Description:
Combining three existing drugs could form an effective and non-toxic treatment for a range of aggressive blood cancers, a new study reveals.
Date:
02 November 2021

First meeting of new Marie Curie Network that includes Birmingham Law School

Description:
The University of Turin, which coordinates the SAPIENS Network project, hosted the first SAPIENS Network Advanced Training Course (ATC). ATCs are a crucial part of the SAPIENS Network.
Date:
01 November 2021

Towards a brighter future for endocrinology research

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Professor Chris McCabe, Professor of Molecular Endocrinology at the Institute of Metabolism and Systems Research, talks about the future of endocrinology research in the anniversary issue of The Endocrinologist.
Date:
28 October 2021

Is there a convincing UK strategy to deliver low-carbon heating?

Low Carbon
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Why a convincing UK strategy to deliver low-carbon heating a challenge
Date:
28 October 2021

Leading diabetes social media influencers revealed

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New research reveals that Dr Abd Tahrani is featured as being in the top five most active social media users who participate in the UK's online diabetes debate and who has published the most diabetes related posts.
Date:
28 October 2021

Winner Joe Plater BTF Thyroid Cancer Research Award 2021

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Professor Chris McCabe is featured in a British Thyroid Foundation news story about being awarded the Joe Plater BTF Thyroid Cancer Research Award 2021 for his thyroid cancer research.
Date:
28 October 2021

Our Haunted Shores

Campus - Aston Webb
Description:
This talk explores the value of understanding Britain's relationship to its coasts, shores, and beaches via the nation's own gothic literary tradition.
Date:
27 October 2021

Specific cell population plays a key role in the affect arthritis has on the body and the pain patients feel, study finds

Arthritis 900
Description:
Scientists at the University of Birmingham have led a study which has identified a new specific population of cells that plays a key role in the affect arthritis has on the body and the subsequent pain felt by patients.
Date:
27 October 2021

Carbon accounting madness makes a mockery of the UK's Net Zero plans, says University of Birmingham academic

Ian Thomson conference 2019
Description:
Government targets to make the UK carbon neutral by 2050 could be worthless if current carbon accounting systems aren't radically reformed, warns a leading academic.
Date:
25 October 2021

Moral determinations in international law: lessons from the seals dispute

Law Building exterior
Description:
Video of the first webinar of the International Economic Law and Policy Working Group (IELPWG) of Birmingham Law School.
Date:
25 October 2021

Artificial Intelligence project aims to improve standards and development of AI systems

electronic image of head with brain
Description:
A new project has been launched in partnership with the University of Birmingham aiming to address racial and ethical health inequalities using artificial intelligence.
Date:
22 October 2021

A third of leukaemia patients do not generate any antibody response to two doses of COVID-19 vaccination, study shows

Digital image showing lots of COVID-19 cells
Description:
A University of Birmingham-led study has shown that a third of patients with the most common type of leukaemia fail to generate any measurable antibody response following two doses of COVID-19 vaccination.
Date:
22 October 2021
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