At-risk groups offered chance of testing for potentially fatal illness.
More than 300 delegates, from over 140 companies have been confirmed for the event.
Accolades for Birmingham and Coventry.
This film from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) investigates Suburban Birmingham
In July 2013, two colleagues from the University of Birmingham will attempt the gruelling challenge of cycling from London to Paris in under four days
Kali Theatre is presenting Jabine Chaudri’s absorbing and fast moving new play, My Daughter’s Trial
Brand new exhibition at Winterbourne House and Garden asks University of Birmingham researchers to capture detailed research projects in just one image
The University of Birmingham is set to host its first Arts & Science Festival to showcase the wealth of ideas, research and collaboration across its campus.
Ten short plays by ten new playwrights studying at Birmingham University
The University of Birmingham is set to host its first Arts & Science Festival
Students at the University of Birmingham and Birmingham residents are being invited to put questions to Steve McCabe MP and a panel of speakers.
State schools should offer compulsory qualifications in good manners and self control according to Dr Anthony Seldon
Living close to a rubbish tip reduces house prices by 2.6%, research shows.
The University of Birmingham has signed a sports science based agreement with the Brazilian Government this month.
A one-day conference discussing the rise, fall and future of the notorious former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi will take place this week at Birmingham Uni
The prestigious Ironbridge Lecture will this year be delivered by cultural object law specialist, Professor Norman Palmer QC on 5 December 2012.
As world leaders are soon to debate the effects of climate change at the UN Climate Change Conference in Doha, Islamic Relief is teaming up with the University of Birmingham for an event on November 29.
International sports legacy experts will convene at the University of Birmingham this week to discuss the rationale behind hosting global mega-events and their lasting impact.
Professor Richard Dawkins will officially launch a new £3 million Midlands centre today to establish what goes wrong with our bones, joints, ligaments and muscles as we age
City boss praises diversity and makes commitment to reducing inequality.
Birmingham student, Sufyaan Patel, has been awarded Medalist of the Order of the British Empire (BEM) for voluntary work and services to the community.
To celebrate the start of the Byzantine outreach programme, thirty-five 15-16yr olds from the local area were selected to attend a day of interactive workshops and activities at the University,
Birmingham Uni is to stage a unique city-wide day of events called Brum Dine With Me on September 28 as part of a major European campaign highlighting the value of research in society.
A Birmingham University student who died in April will be commemorated by her friends as they take on a challenge for the British Heart Foundation (BHF) in memory her memory.
Ikon Gallery Director Jonathan Watkins is to co-curate the Fourth Guangzhou Triennial alongside Jiang Jiehong, Director of the Centre for Chinese Visual Arts at Birmingham City University.
Brummies are being encouraged to take part in a unique lunchtime photographic event to help University of Birmingham researchers find out more about the region’s healthy eating habits.
A charity performance this Saturday will provide the first opportunity for the public to experience the University of Birmingham’s new 450-seat Bramall Music Building
The University of Birmingham has appointed Lorraine Gaytten as the inaugural Director of Operations and Business Development for the new Birmingham Foundation Academy.
The University of Birmingham hosts Counsellor Shen Yang and three other representatives from the Education section at the Chinese Embassy, this week.
25 US teenagers who were affected by the terrorist attacks of 9/11 are currently enjoying a special activity-packed tour of the UK.