The University of Birmingham recently won a bid to host the next LGBTSTEMinar Conference next year on Friday 10 January 2020.
Science and Technology News and Views (SATNAV) Magazine had a busy term working introducing workshops to promote close collaboration with writers. The committee tells us more about this and the new issue.
oSTEM is going from strength to strength by not just engaging its members with a range of events, but by actively representing them in the international oSTEM community! Society Chair Avery Cunningham tells us more.
MathSoc had everything this term: the family scheme for freshers, socials, career events with companies such as LBG and TeachFirst, sports fixtures and the tutoring scheme. The committee tells us more.
This term has been really busy for WISE, and has seen them extend their outreach, hold two careers events, and run some amazing socials! The committe tells us more.
Former student becomes first blind British man to reach the summit of Europe's highest mountain.
A Birmingham researcher who is helping to tackle the growing global threat of antibiotic resistance has been featured in a new book launched today , 13 October, celebrating inspiring Birmingham women and their achievements.
The past 15 years have seen an explosion in research into the creation of microscale robots to perform a variety of jobs. Developments in materials and manufacturing technologies have worked hand in hand with theoretical advances in understanding microscale propulsion.
Alumnus receives Spanish Mathematics Prize
The University of Birmingham has been awarded a slice of £5.5 million funding for a project to improve equality, diversity and inclusion in engineering and physical sciences.