HS2 Ltd has signed a ground-breaking agreement with leading railway research centres in UK universities that will enable it to access world-leading research capabilities, knowledge and facilities.
The University of Birmingham, together with its partners, has been selected as the preferred bidder to take forward discussions with NCATI on potentially incorporating it into the University's group.
The University of Birmingham has won a PraxisAuril Knowledge Exchange award for its partnership with Siemens Mobility, showcasing a best in class example of developing business and academic collaboration.
The UK's first hydrogen-powered train (HydroFLEX) is moving closer to commercial operation after the University of Birmingham has been awarded new funding by the Department for Transport.
A research collaboration between the Technische Universität Dresden (TU Dresden), UoB and Rock Rail is underway looking at innovative battery technology.
Professor Clive Roberts, Head of the School of Engineering at the University of Birmingham has today been elected as a council member of the Institution of Railway Signal Engineering (IRSE).
Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education at the University of Birmingham has been recognised in the Guardian University Awards 2020, shortlisted for Business Collaboration for the Hydroflex project.