Report published in Lancet Neurology highlights progress and unmet needs for traumatic brain injury prevention, care, and research
A partnership to deliver transformative advances in aerospace energy efficiency has been honoured with a prestigious award for industry-academia collaboration.
The “Disability under Siege” research Network+ seeks to address the challenge that most children with disabilities in the Global South never go to school.
Educational research in Birmingham is interested in equity, rather than equality - what actions would be necessary to enable everyone to succeed in education.
Teacher training at the University of Birmingham has been reaccredited by the UK Government’s Department for Education for 2024.
Water fleas, or Daphnia, could provide an important ‘early warning system’ for chemical pollution in our lakes and rivers.
The first appearance of shark-like ‘jawed fish’ may have happened some 15 million years earlier than previously thought, according to new evidence.
Birmingham now has a new short-term incubator for MedTech companies, based at the Birmingham Research Park.
Childhood cancer experts have joined a leading health charity to help create the next generation of leaders in paediatric oncology.
Peaky Blinders has become a worldwide success – but what has been the lasting effect of the series on the city and region?
Fears are rising over the safety of nuclear power plants in Ukraine.
Video games can allow players to learn more about palaeo-science, but new research shows they can create a warped understanding of palaeontology.