Effective clinical care for patients with psychosis means understanding the ‘lived experience’ of their delusions, according to a new study.
University of Birmingham academic Professor David Hannah has been named 2022 recipient of the Royal Geographical Society Murchison Award.
Organic aerosols – such as those released in cooking – may stay in the atmosphere for several days due to nanostructures formed by fatty acids as they disperse.
The brain structure of patients with recent onset psychosis and depression can offer important insights into these illnesses and how they might develop.
Musical compositions created using air quality data were produced in a collaboration between the University of Birmingham and sound artist Robert Jarvis.
Patients most likely to suffer severe pain following an operation can be reliably identified using a new technique developed at the University of Birmingham.
A potential link between inflammation and the structure of specific regions of the brain has been identified by researchers at the University of Birmingham.
Arid regions like the Gulf need to find ways of limiting demand for water or face major water security problems.
A landmark study has demonstrated long-term positive impacts and cost effectiveness of tailored group exercise for over-65s with mobility limitations.
A new gene that controls self-fertilization has been identified in the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana, in an international collaboration.
Researchers have come a step closer to uncovering the purpose of a distinctive set of modifications found at the beginning of messenger RNA which have long remained a fundamental mystery in molecular biology.
New research to identify and tackle the barriers to a healthy active lifestyle among deprived and minority groups has been launched as part of a network of research institutions.