Britain's first specialist wound hub to open Terror attack victims and injured soldiers are among those set to benefit from Britain's first specialist wound research centre.
Staff are developing new techniques to treat burns, with the goal of achieving scar-free healing within a generation.
It will also give mental health support to those with physical injuries.
The Centre for Conflict Wound Research at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital will be opened by the The Countess of Wessex later on Tuesday. BBC News