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COP28 report opened to a page titled Adaptation

COP28: A report for a changing world

COP28, held in Dubai, was where the world came together to address the climate crisis. The University of Birmingham’s researchers are at the forefront of efforts to tackle climate change. The report ‘Adaptation and building resilience in a changing world’ was an opportunity for Creative Media to help the University set out its policy briefs

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Bringing Graduation to Life

The University of Birmingham was home to 29 graduation ceremonies in July. Each of these events provided a chance for students to celebrate their hard work over the last few years alongside their family and friends.

Creative Media was thrilled to bring these ceremonies to life.

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How Our Design Work Helped the School of Biosciences

Our team of creatives are called on to deliver outstanding design, video and copy every day. But great work does more than just reflect well on Creative Media – it has tangible benefits for the University and its colleges.   The School of Biosciences predict that they will meet their recruitment targets for this year.

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‘Just Ask’ Campaign for Library Services

Libraries are treasure troves for book lovers and students everywhere. But are you aware of how much more they offer?

University of Birmingham’s Library Services offer students heaps of support. This includes referencing advice, study spaces around campus, and help with academic writing. To access this support, all students need to do is ‘Just Ask!’

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Unearthed Treasures: Our Exhibition for the Lapworth Museum

Charles Lapworth is one of the most iconic figures from the University of Birmingham. Thousands of people visit the Lapworth Museum of Geology every year to marvel at the state-of-the-art galleries, interactive exhibits … and for a selfie op with the T. rex!

When the Lapworth Museum came to Creative Media with an exhibit brief, our design team were thrilled at the opportunity to showcase their skills for the museum’s visitors.

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