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An overturned car, screams and multiple casualties may sound like the scene of a horrific accident… but it's all in a day's work for nursing students.
We are at the heart of a global push to create a new generation of tech savvy manual workers, taking Britain into the fourth industrial revolution.
Failing to pay the living wage to care workers risks affecting the standard of care received by vulnerable people, our Head of Social Work has warned.
The government should make the deliberate placing of sweets, chocolate and crisps at till points an illegal practice - a Birmingham City University nutritionist is arguing.
The role that schools play in nurturing creative talent was at the centre of an audience-led digital debate in Birmingham this week.
Julian Lloyd Webber has been appointed as the new Principal of Birmingham Conservatoire, part of Birmingham City University, confirming the city’s position as a major centre for classical music...
Pioneering research into cancer diagnosis, led by the University’s School of Digital Media Technology (DMT), was featured on Radio 4's PM programme earlier this week.
Mainstream media companies are running the risk of losing their legitimacy unless they put diversity at the heart of their operations.
A health expert has hit out at Kim Kardashian for joining the growing list of celebrities transforming their children into ‘accessory babies’.
Leading environmental researchers will warn of the new conflicts linking climate change to the growing deterioration of the global landscape at a United Nations conference in Mexico this week.
Staff at the University are preparing for the BBC’s week-long celebration of all things digital, which comes to Birmingham next week.
Staff from Birmingham City University will be among the leading organisations hosting stands at this year’s Big Bang Fair event later this month.
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