Our body clocks actually effect how well a person performs on both mental and physical tasks: Research Fellow Dr Elise Facer-Childs writes for The Conversation.
Director of the Institute of Microbiology and Infection, Professor Robin May writes about "Spanish 'flu", or more accurately "Influenza H1N1 1918" - the most deadly infectious disease pandemic in history.
While this week marks World Antibiotic Awareness Week, experts at the University of Birmingham are carrying out pioneering research to find real world solutions to the global threat of antimicrobial resistance.
Academic staff from all School within the College will be in Hong Kong w/c 29th October.
The University of Birmingham has extended its partnership with the European Commission's science and knowledge service (Joint Research Centre) that provides independent scientific advice and support to European Union policymakers.
On 10 October, The Alan Turing Institute, which is the national institute for data science and artificial intelligence, appointed 22 researchers from the University of Birmingham, including nine from the College of Life and Environmental Sciences.
Today we welcomed His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales to our Staffordshire-based Institute of Forest Research Free Air Carbon dioxide Enrichment (BIFoR FACE) facility.
We are delighted to announce that Professor Laura Green OBE has been appointed as Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Head of the College of Life and Environmental Sciences.
Yesterday evening (12 July), staff, friends and supporters of the University joined together at the annual Chancellor's Dinner and Founders' Awards For Excellence, which recognises the very best academic work at the University.
A new study, jointly led by School of Biosciences Fellow, Dr Iain Johnston, has shed light on how deadly genetic diseases may be inherited
A new study has shed light on how deadly genetic diseases may be inherited, according to research published from a project led by the University of Birmingham, Imperial College London and European collaborators in the journal Nature Communications.
University of Birmingham scientists are working with partners in Guangzhou to develop new drugs that could help to tackle global health epidemics that also have an impact on China's rural communities.