An assessment and feedback platform that cuts the time taken to mark work in maths and science subjects has been designed at the University of Birmingham.
A second radar has been installed on campus, representing another step in the journey to hosting the very first quantum-enabled networked radar installation.
Dr Daniel Johnson, an MIT research scientist, has been awarded a prestigious Ernest Rutherford Fellowship to fund his research into invisible ‘dark matter’.
Researchers at the University of Birmingham have been awarded £4.4 million to continue their research into elementary particle physics.
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.
An object hidden below ground has been located using quantum technology - a long-awaited milestone with implications for industry, human knowledge and security.
A rare exoplanet which orbits around two stars at once has been detected using a ground-based telescope by a team led by the University of Birmingham.
A University of Birmingham scientist has been recognised by the Royal Astronomical Society for early career achievements in astronomy.
The facility will help researchers to better understand the science of how neutrons interact with matter, with applications extending to nuclear medicine and space.
This year we introduced Sustainable Swaps! Our tried and tested, honest reviews of plastic-free alternatives to introduce into your daily life. Plus more litter picks, talks and activities. Cameron tells us more.