Welcome to Metallurgy and Materials. This discipline provides an understanding of how materials behave and how they can be used and improved; essential to the development of new products.
We offer undergraduate courses in Materials Science and Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Nuclear Engineering and Nuclear Science.
We also offer a range of postgraduate study opportunities and carry out leading-edge research.
- Halogen-bonded cocrystallization with phosphorus, arsenic and antimony acceptors
- The University of Birmingham has joined forces with industry to develop an apprenticeship for the next generation of materials scientists and engineers.
- Paul Withey, Professor of Casting at the School of Metallurgy and Materials, features in the latest eposide of the Aerospace Engineering podcast.
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