The British Science Association (BSA) has announced that the University of Birmingham's Professor Jeremy Pritchard will become the Biological Sciences Section President for 2018.
A major new campaign to protect the UK's oak trees includes help from BIFoR.
The answer is complex. Dr Scott Hayward gives his perspective on his recent research.
A new paper from the Grzechnik lab (Cells & Molecules research area) published in Nature Communications reveals another mechanism differentiating synthesis of non-coding and coding RNA.
Our Biosciences courses are ranked in the Top 5 in the Russell Group for Graduate Prospects in The Complete University Guide 2019 rankings.
Scientists at the University of Birmingham have discovered a unique mechanism that drives the spread of a deadly infection.
We were delighted to welcome Rt Hon Michael Gove MP, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs on a visit to the College of Life and Environmental Sciences on Wednesday 11 April 2018, alongside Counsellor Robert Alden of Birmingham City Council.
Researchers at the University of Birmingham have revealed how plants 'hedge their bets' by getting their seeds to germinate at different times.
The annual Biosciences Graduate Research School symposium will take place on 19 April 2018. The symposium is a chance for students and staff within the University of Birmingham to see what research is currently being undertaken in the school of Biosciences.
The UK's world-class expertise in the research of biofilms has been recognised through the launch of a new National Biofilms Innovation Centre (NBIC).
Rachael Ununuma Akpiri, a Commonwealth funded PhD scholar in the laboratory of Dr Nik Hodges first collected the new sponge sample during a field trip to Nigeria in February 2013 as part of her PhD studies