University of Birmingham

University of Birmingham
Birmingham B15 2TT, UK
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Pharmacology - Jul 3
Anti-inflammatory drugs, such as over-the-counter ibuprofen, are commonly used by runners to ease post-exercise aches, pains or injuries, but carry a risk of harm according to a new study into the use of the pain killers by recreational runners in the UK.
Life Sciences - Jul 2

New technologies capable of sequencing single molecules in fine detail will help scientists better understand the mechanisms of rare nucleotides thought to play an important role in the progression of some diseases.

Social Sciences - Jul 1

Specific sleep problems among babies and very young children can be linked to mental disorders in adolescents, a new study has found.

Health - Jul 1

A new thermoplastic biomaterial, which is tough and strong but also easy to process and shape has been developed by researchers at the University of Birmingham.

Astronomy - Jun 27

The UK's ability to predict solar superstorms and other severe space weather events is to get a significant upgrade with the launch of two major research projects led by the University of Birmingham. As part of this programme the University of Birmingham will lead a 3.7M effort in better understanding the Earth's upper atmosphere (ionosphere and thermosphere).

Life Sciences - Jun 26

Not all sabretooth cats were fearsome predators - some may have been scavengers using their teeth to rip open carcasses before extracting their prey's innards with a big tongue, according to a new study.

Economics - Jul 2

Businesses across the region are being invited to take part in a successful collaborative research and development programme to improve their use of raw and waste materials.

Career - Jul 1

6 Bit Education, a company spun out of the University of Birmingham, has received investment to pilot an AI-based marking system that learns how maths, physics and statistics teachers give feedback, so they never have to mark the same answer twice.

Health - Jun 29

An innovative treatment for patients with Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) which uses transplanted gut bacteria to treat the infection, is a more effective and more cost-efficient treatment than using antibiotics, a new UK study has found.

Social Sciences - Jun 26

Marketing managers and academics have been studying how families plan ahead and make decisions about family care and family consumption for a long time - but what happens when planning ahead is not possible? When consumers can't plan ahead...they ‘dance'.

Health - Jun 25

Scientists have analysed data from around the world to examine the accuracy of antibody tests for COVID-19, and have shown that the timing of testing is critical. The tests do not work accurately when administered at the wrong time.

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