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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.
Chinese contemporary art may be in its infancy but it is already a hotbed of creativity and could soon overtake its equivalents in Western countries, according to the artist behind a major new...
An official launch was held yesterday (Monday 15 September) to mark the first anniversary of Birmingham City University International College (BCUIC) in Bournville.
Birmingham Conservatoire has announced a new appointment of International Chair in Violin, joining staff in the strings department.
One of the leading performers and educators in the UK has joined Birmingham Conservatoire, part of Birmingham City University, as a senior lecturer in Jazz.
New advice from health experts state that people should get no more than 3 per cent of their daily calories from sugars; down from the recommended 10 per cent.
Major organisations and celebrities are backing a professor's call to protect precious wildlife and preserve climate change, by pledging to go 'Peat Free.'
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