Two of the University of Birmingham's leading scientists have been awarded with a prestigious Royal Society Wolfson Fellowship.
Researchers at the Universities of Birmingham and Reading are seeking innovative ways to engage communities in environmental science, through story-telling and citizen science projects.
A new global initiative, led by the University of Birmingham shows how focussing on rivers and river mouths can yield vital clues about how we might manage the world's plastic crisis.
Exciting opportunity within Anglian Water – the Water Resources Graduate Scheme Internship
Talented Birmingham students awarded prestigious Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) teacher training scholarships
Professor David Hannah and Professor Jeremy Pritchard have each presented at the Science Museum Lates event on 27 March.
In January 2019, Yvette Eley and Tom Dunkley Jones travelled to Ethiopia to collect samples from the Danakil Depression in Ethiopia, one of the hottest places on Earth.
An international team of researchers has found that the way in which people use the internet is tied to patterns and rhythms in the natural world.
New study finds no evidence of daily vertical migration in planktic foraminifera, investigated by PhD student Ulrike Baranowski. This work has implications for the accuracy of palaeoenvironmental reconstructions
More than half of the carbon sink in the world's forests is in areas where the trees are relatively young – under 140 years old – rather than in tropical rainforests, research at the University of Birmingham shows.
The rich levels of land biodiversity seen across the globe today are not a recent phenomenon: diversity on land has been similar for at least the last 60 million years, since soon after the extinction of the dinosaurs.
Birmingham scientists have contributed to a new study on ice cores which shows that reductions in sea ice in the Arctic in the period between 30-100,000 years ago led to major climate events.