It is with great sadness that the University of Birmingham has learned of the death of our much-loved friend and former colleague Dr Colin Patrick, aged 90.
This term saw SATNAV branching out as a society, hosting a joint event with ChemSoc and interviewing the Chief Executive of STEM Learning, Yvonne Baker.
This year has been fantastic for WISE! We held our very first collaborative event with oSTEM and BEaMS, continued our WISE Inspire! series, expanded our award-winning outreach scheme and collaborated more than ever.
After ending 2019 with a bang, BEaMS reached new heights in their events – from hosting a joint games night with BEMA to holding a networking dinner with the Careers Network! Their Outreach Officer Gloria tells us more.
With events galore and not one but two conferences, it's been a mammoth term for oSTEM! Chair Molly Service tells us more.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can provide an effective way of supporting the development of the next generation of high-performance rechargeable batteries, according to research led by the University of Birmingham.
One of the University's newest societies, Plastic-Free UoB's aim is to spread awareness about the dangers of single-use plastic in our environment. Co-Founders Harriet and Sarah tell us what they're all about.
We have done it! The Birmingham Running festival has been a tremendous success ,with an incredible 57 runners raising a current total of £4,542.57 For the Teenage Cancer Trust ward at the QE Hospital.
Researchers at the University of Birmingham have developed biodegradable polymer inks which could help patients recover from major surgery more quickly.
The University of Birmingham's Professor Leigh Canham has been named the Royal Society of Chemistry Spiers Memorial Award winner for 2020.
Dr Simon Cotton, honorary senior lecturer in Chemistry at the University of Birmingham, recently commented on the Trump administration's decision to crackdown on e-cigarette flavours popular with children.
Oh, what a term it's been for ChemSoc – almost too much to sum up in so few words! But as always, we will endeavour to do our best. ChemSoc Secretary Nadia Farag tells us what they've been up to.