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Harmonious Society - a contemporary Chinese art exhibition, the most significant in the UK to date, will be shedding light on China’s current socio-economic vision.
New guidance from The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) aimed at helping people maintain a healthy weight, suggests that people should have ‘TV-free days’ and monitor their...
A former Birmingham City University student and leading television journalist will return to the Birmingham School of Media on Thursday evening for a special film screening.
The suffering of Palestinian refugees “living life on the move” and of Israel’s “myth of nationhood” are at the centre of two major art installations in Manchester next week by Professor Bashir...
Daniel Watson, a student at Birmingham City University, has won a three-month paid summer placement at Atkins Birmingham office in the landscape architecture team.
One of the world’s most famous actresses has been snapped wearing a dress designed by a Birmingham City University graduate.
Yesterday saw the launch of the iOS 8 upgrade by Apple – the latest version of its mobile operating system offering an array of new features. However overnight; Apple have been publicly...
Birmingham City University’s Creative Networks is hosting its usual once a month free event during the first week of term, with award-winning cinematographer Geoff Boyle filling the guest speaker...
As Scotland votes to stay in the UK after voters decisively rejected independence, a Birmingham City University academic has highlighted how troublesome the rush for constitutional change can be....
A Senior Lecturer at Birmingham City University’s School of English is celebrating winning an ESSE Book Award for 2014.
The Scottish referendum has shown how a genuine debate about devolving power can increase understanding of the benefits this can bring, says University Vice-Chancellor.
The acclaimed Chamber Choir at Birmingham Conservatoire, part of Birmingham City University, has released a new CD with the SOMM label.
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