The issues currently facing the railway industry are not new, but they are more challenging and urgent as a result of the global pandemic.
Leaders in rail innovation from across the globe came together in Birmingham to discuss plans to develop, improve and shape the industry post-pandemic.
The Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education today signed a Memorandum of Understanding with rail cyber security company, RazorSecure.
The multi-million-pound Rail Accelerator and Innovation Solutions hub for Enterprise, (RaisE) business centre in Goole is now officially open.
A new partnership between the University of Birmingham and RazorSecure will enable Safe and Reliable Digital Maintenance for Passenger Train Operators.
As the Queen’s Baton reaches Jamaica, University of Birmingham rail experts partner with the University of Technology, Jamaica
The Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education (BCRRE) is this week marking its 50th anniversary as Europe's largest academic research group driving UK and global rail research, education and innovation.