The University of Birmingham is proud to support its long-time industrial partner, CALGAVIN, at a ground breaking ceremony of a new joint centre.
Researchers are developing a rapid test for gum disease, which they expect to play a pivotal role in early detection of heart or lung disease, and diabetes.
The researchers identified synthetic polymers that induce biofilm formation in E. coli, a bacterium commonly used in biocatalysis.
The future of medical treatment could include using stem cells that are injected into the body, steered to a specific location, and then remotely activated.
The new polymers are designed to quicken the formation of beneficial biofilms, and are expected to result in stronger plants, and higher crop yields.
A new research consortium led by the University of Birmingham and Cranfield University will investigate how extreme environments affect human biology.
Professor Pola Goldberg Oppenheimer is to receive the British Biophysical Society Louise Johnson 2022 Award for her contributions to optical nano-spectroscopy.
The spinout has been created to commercially deploy a platform that delivers a ‘pro-healing’ microenvironment for the leading causes of preventable blindness.
The University of Birmingham, Jiangsu Industry Technology Research Institute and Shanghai Yangtze Delta Innovation Institute have signed a new agreement.
Researchers from the Birmingham Centre for Energy Storage are supporting three EPSRC grants to develop and integrate energy storage technologies at grid scale.