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  • CEBE app is roaring success
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 09 AUG

    Project TIGERS received a Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence from Advance HE on Monday. Advance HE supports UK universities in putting institutional strategy into practice for the...

  • Birmingham graduate wins top television tech award; broadcast talent i...
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 09 AUG

    A Birmingham City University graduate has won a top television tech award for his research into artificial intelligence for TV programmes, underlining the rise in broadcast talent from the UK...

  • Artificial intelligence may be used to reveal secrets behind tradition...
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 10 JUL

    The secrets behind traditional folk music from across the globe and dating back thousands of years are likely to be revealed by using artificial intelligence, according to a leading academic...

  • Professor Shah takes top slot at CEBE
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 26 JUN

    Professor Hanifa Shah has been appointed Pro Vice-Chancellor and Executive Dean of the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment (CEBE).  

  • The wonders of science
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 19 JUN

    CEBE will be hosting a World of STEM day on Wednesday 26 June at Millennium Point. Around 700 Year 9 pupils from local schools are expected to attend the event, which aims to open pupils' eyes...

  • Virtual reality check
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 29 MAY

    Researchers are working with local and national NHS trusts to develop virtual reality (VR) apps that support the training of new clinicians and the treatment of patients.

  • Student Success Advisors raise awareness of Mental Health support
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 16 MAY

    The Faculty of Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment at Birmingham City University have been raising awareness of mental health and Wellbeing as part of the National Mental Health...

  • Hot of the press
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 15 APR

    Lianne Forbes, Senior Lecturer in Visual Effects, was interviewed for ‘3D Artist’ magazine about the challenges women face in the industry. The article, ‘Framing the Debate: Women in the Visual...

  • CEBE music software start-up success
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 01 APR

    A group of CEBE academics are hoping to hear the sounds of commercial success after receiving a cash injection to launch a spin-out company to produce music software that harnesses machine...

  • University plans month of celebrations for International Women’s Day
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 15 FEB

    Staff and students at Birmingham City University are planning a festival of 40 events in March to mark International Women’s Day.

  • Global software provider acquires Alumni of the Year’s business
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 19 DEC 2018

    Harry Jawanda, CEO and Co-Founder of Wambiz , has sold his app-based staff engagement technology to  Allocate Software , a leading international provider of workforce and resource planning...

  • University shortlisted for national employability award
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 18 DEC 2018

    Birmingham City University has been shortlisted for a National Undergraduate Employability Award , in recognition of the institution’s initiatives to support students on their career journey.

  • Double success at Phoenix Newspaper Awards
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 03 DEC 2018

    Birmingham City University came away with two accolades at the annual Phoenix Newspaper Awards ceremony which took place on Friday 30 November.

  • Most inspirational Brummies announced after public vote
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 15 NOV 2018

    The founder of Cadbury, actress Dame Julie Walters and activist Malala Yousafzai have been voted as some of the most inspirational Brummies, following a public vote in celebration of Birmingham...

  • Pac-Man’s influence on capitalism revealed in new book
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 18 SEP 2018

    New research into one of the most influential videogame characters of all time reveals as much about contemporary capitalism as it does about the history of gaming. From consumption to addiction,...

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