Join Dr Mariachiara Barzotto and Dr Paula Pérez-Sobrino (University of Birmingham) for this workshop -in quiz format- to explore the new face of manufacturing, and to find out more about how manufacturers truly design and build the future in smart factories.
Two teams of 4 contestants & audience will put to test their perceptions on manufacturing labour in the age of millennials and technology. Teams will compete for the chance to win Amazon vouchers. There will be also a prize for members of the audience.
WHEN: March 11th, 2017
15:30 – 16:30
Full details on their website HERE
Join UoB academics this March 12th 2.30-4.30 pm at the Library of Birmingham for an afternoon of hands on activities, talks and informal conversations as part of the British Science Festival 2016.
See poster for info:
In 2014 the world marks the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War. The four years of the war between 1914 and 1918 remain one of the most significant periods in recent British history, affecting almost everyone in the UK and in all the countries involved. At its end a new world order had emerged and we are still understanding and absorbing the implications of the momentous changes the War brought about.
The centenary of the First World War in 2014 represents therefore a significant act of commemoration both in the UK and internationally. The Imperial War Museum is leading activities in this area and the AHRC, in partnership with IWM, the Heritage Lottery Fund, the BBC and other organisations, is working to ensure that arts and humanities research plays a central role in the commemoration, bringing new perspectives and interpretations to bear on our understanding of the War and its legacy, sparking contemporary resonances and inspiring public interest.
The AHRC has also launched a blog, Beyond the Trenches, reflecting on researching the First World War.
The AHRC is funding several different WWI project read more about the projects and how you can get involved underneath.
Read More “World War One and its legacy”
From the NHS to Bangladesh, join the University of Birmingham at the Library of Birmingham to explore cultures from wide-ranging perspectives.
FREE EVENTS – book here
- Biological Cultures, 12 March
- Shakespeare’s Global Communities, 18 March
- Culture of Complaint, 19 March
- Migration, Nutrition & Aging in UK Bangladeshi Families, 26 March