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Scientists and SMEs join forces to feed the regional economy

Beers from a local brewery and a healthy lunch delivery service were amongst the innovations on display at an event to showcase the partnerships being forged between Nottingham and Derbyshire Small Businesses (SME’s) and the Food Innovation Project Team at the University of Nottingham. The businesses at the event held at Sutton Bonnington campus have …

How a £200m investment will help break free from Brexit

Professor Sir David Greenaway, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Nottingham, explains how a £200m research investment will help break free from Brexit How to deal with unexpected long-term uncertainty is the great challenge facing Britain today. The decision of the people of Britain to leave the European Union might be almost a year old but, …

Our Research Vision: We have the ability to transform lives

Professor Dame Jessica Corner, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange at the University of Nottingham challenges universities to take on global challenges. It is rare to have agreement from world leaders on any given topic but at a United Nations level there is a global pact to tackle 17 goals. The 17, also known as the …

Tea and Company – new student charitable venture hits the streets of Nottingham

A group of five students from the University of Nottingham has established a unique charitable project for homeless people in Nottingham. Aptly named Tea & Company, the project was established in January 2017 and is already receiving praise from those who use their services. Founders Rebecca Webster, Carrie Hau, Freya Lama, Hannah Freer and Rebekah …

Don’t let the heat cramp your running style

The heat is on! It may great for topping up your summer tan but does it mean you need to slow down when it comes to your normal running routine? Dr Roger Kerry, Associate Professor in the Division of Physiotherapy, offers some advice on how to deal with soaring temperatures and make the heat wave work …

Laughter and tears as friends wish Joanne Hort ‘Kia Ora’ for her new life

Friends and colleagues past and present gathered for a special lunch on Friday to bid a very fond farewell to Joanne Hort , SABMiller Professor of Sensory Science, who is leaving the University of Nottingham to take up a new post at Massey University in New Zealand where she will be setting up a new …

New era of life-changing research and innovation for patients begins in Nottingham

A new era of medical research that could have an impact on the health of millions of people dawned in Nottingham on Thursday 1 June with the official launch of the NIHR Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre. The new Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) is a partnership between the University of Nottingham and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS …

Nottingham graduates earn above-average salaries according to new data

Graduates from the University of Nottingham are earning more and could be progressing faster up the career ladder according to government data. The Department for Education has released data to show how much UK graduates of 22 different courses are earning one, three, five and ten years since graduating. The Longitudinal Education Outcomes (LEO) data …

Preparing for the grand debut

Dr Wang Qi recounts his recent trip to Beijing where he caught up with technicians at the Institute of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Palaeanthropology in Beijing, to see how the fossils were prepared for their grand unveiling at the Dinosaurs of China exhibition Earlier in May, the brightly lit laboratory at the Institute of Vertebrate Palaeontology …

Henry Power

A brilliant engineer and academic who stood out for the many contributions he made to the profession. Described as a giant in his field by friends and colleagues, Professor Henry Power, Chair in Computational Fluid Dynamics in the Department of Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering and deputy head of the thermo-fluids research group, passed away …