Two brand new civil and railway engineering programmes are being launched.
The issues currently facing the railway industry are not new, but they are more challenging and urgent as a result of the global pandemic.
The Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education today signed a Memorandum of Understanding with rail cyber security company, RazorSecure.
The multi-million-pound Rail Accelerator and Innovation Solutions hub for Enterprise, (RaisE) business centre in Goole is now officially open.
A new partnership between the University of Birmingham and RazorSecure will enable Safe and Reliable Digital Maintenance for Passenger Train Operators.
A new UoB-led project will facilitate greater sustainability of infrastructure projects through deploying novel solutions for reusing structural steel
HDM-4, a strategic planning software developed at the University of Birmingham, will get a major upgrade led by the World Bank Group.
A new International Network set up by UK Quantum Technology Hub Sensors and Timing researchers at the University of Birmingham aims to tackle global challenges, as set out in the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education (BCRRE) is this week marking its 50th anniversary as Europe's largest academic research group driving UK and global rail research, education and innovation.
An object hidden below ground has been located using quantum technology - a long-awaited milestone with implications for industry, human knowledge and security.