A new screening method that can test the effectiveness of therapeutic molecules designed to 'glue' proteins together in the body has been developed at the University of Birmingham and the University of Leicester.
Attention training in young people with autism can lead to significant improvements in academic performance, according to a new study.
How community organising has helped research on local environment which COP26 policy makers should consider.
The University of Birmingham has launched three new innovative online programmes as it continues to meet the growing demand for high quality online programmes.
Four doctoral students at the University of Birmingham are working alongside the research team at Rangers Football Club, designing projects to enhance training and technical skills development at the club.
Sport, physical activity and health organisations should keep using social media to deliver exercise classes and information on staying healthy even after pandemic restrictions have eased, according to new guidelines.
Birmingham Clean Air Zone begins to tackle road-transport related air pollution in the city centre.
Experts from the University of Birmingham have contributed to a major review of climate risk in the UK, produced by the Climate Change Committee.
Inaccessible workplaces, normative departmental cultures and 'ableist' academic systems have all contributed to the continued underrepresentation and exclusion of disabled researchers in the Geosciences.
Research launched this week shines a light into the experiences of British citizens with parents or partners who have insecure immigration status in the UK.
UK families living with a member's insecure immigration status and threat of deportation, face extreme and wide-ranging harm, according to new research.
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.