An international expedition has tested whether an intense global warming episode 56 million years ago was caused by unusual volcanic activity in the North Atlantic has been launched by the University of Birmingham.
Autistic people's ability to accurately identify facial expressions is affected by the speed at which the expression is produced and its intensity, according to new research at the University of Birmingham.
The use of data science can help deal with ways to improve mental health services and interventions.
Experts in virtual reality locomotion have developed a new resource that analyses all the different possibilities of locomotion currently available.
Dr Pat Noxolo named in Royal Geographical Society Awards
A new approach to tackling viruses by targeting the 'control centre' in viral RNA could lead to broad spectrum anti-viral drugs and provide a first line of defence against future pandemics, according to new research.
One of the University's leading scientists, Professor Vernonica (Noni) Franklin-Tong has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society.
Bacteria contain symmetry in their DNA signals that enable them to be read either forwards or backwards, according to new findings which challenge existing knowledge about gene transcription.
The University of Birmingham is part of a new industry collaboration launched to accelerate drug discovery projects that will fast track research from lab to patient.
An article published in the journal Nature Geoscience has highlighted the shocking under-representation of students from ethnic minority backgrounds in the Geosciences.
Is forest harvesting increasing in Europe? Yes, but not as much as reported last July in a controversial study published in Nature.
Teresa joins the University with a Leverhulme International Professorship, which will support her and her research group with £5 million over five years.