Experts from academia and industry have gathered at the University of Birmingham for the Second World Energy Storage Conference (WESC).
The University of Birmingham is proud to support its long-time industrial partner, CALGAVIN, at a ground breaking ceremony of a new joint centre.
Researchers are developing a rapid test for gum disease, which they expect to play a pivotal role in early detection of heart or lung disease, and diabetes.
A new UK-China Joint Research Centre will speed energy efficiency enhancement and industrial decarbonisation - particularly in foundation industries.
The Minister for Business, Energy and Corporate Responsibility joined Birmingham Energy Institute academics and leading industry figures at Tyseley Energy Park.
An advanced design technique, used to develop aerospace and automotive components, has been harnessed in the production of bespoke medical devices.
We're taking the next steps toward delivering sustainable, resilient cold-chains to distribute food and medicines effectively in Africa, India and beyond.