Research investigating water inequality within the context of sustainable development offers new approaches to help policymakers achieve water security for all.
The need to understand and prepare for inevitable changes to our global water cycle has never been more urgent, say scientists.
The University of Birmingham’s Queen’s Batonbearers for the England route of the Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay have been announced.
University of Birmingham part of a major initiative to accelerate the transition to safe and sustainable materials, products and processes.
We know that we must keep global temperature increase to below 1.5⁰C to avoid the worst impacts of climate change.
Birmingham researchers collaborated with industry to develop the device, which measures the quality of water in rivers, lakes and reservoirs.
A new approach of studying the behaviour of surface films covering particles taken directly from the atmosphere has been developed by scientists.
The University of Birmingham has today received an outstanding vote of confidence in the quality of its research and contribution to society.
University of Birmingham academic Professor David Hannah has been named 2022 recipient of the Royal Geographical Society Murchison Award.
Organic aerosols – such as those released in cooking – may stay in the atmosphere for several days due to nanostructures formed by fatty acids as they disperse.
Musical compositions created using air quality data were produced in a collaboration between the University of Birmingham and sound artist Robert Jarvis.
Ordinary potted house plants can potentially make a significant contribution to reducing air pollution in homes and offices, according to new research.