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On Sky Safari with G-NUNI – the University of Nottingham’s hot air balloon

The University of Nottingham’s hot air balloon took part in a British record-breaking ascent into the skies over Wiltshire on Saturday 15 September. This year’s Exclusive Cup Sky Safari at Longleat, organised by Exclusive Ballooning, proved to be the biggest event of its kind the UK has ever seen, and G-NUNI was taking part for …

Young stroke survivor returns to University to finish degree

This Wednesday 25th July stroke survivors from across the region will be sharing their stories and finding out about the latest stroke research in a special workshop organised by the University’s Stroke Research Partnership Group. The event is a unique opportunity for survivors and their carers to meet medical researchers and help shape the direction …

Student athletes excel in BUCS Big Wednesday

One of the biggest sporting events in the university calendar, BUCS (British Universities and Colleges Sport) Big Wednesday, took place yesterday at the University of Nottingham and student athletes kept up the University’s fine sporting tradition. Highlights included a third consecutive Championship gold for the Men’s table tennis squad, who dominated their final winning 10-0 …

Nottingham in the news: Day 1

The University of Nottingham is celebrating a summer of successes as it prepares to welcome students for the new academic year. For the next few weeks we’ll be profiling a daily story that put Nottingham in the news. We’ve got BUCS Big Wednesday for 2018 With the University’s strong reputation for sport, and having reached …

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 …

Li Lian shares her winning badminton tips

  She is the schoolgirl player turned national University champion. Li Lian Yang, 24, is making waves across badminton courts after winning a string of titles. Here the University of Nottingham undergraduate talks us through a typical day and shares her top five training tips.   Start early I started playing badminton when I was …

Malaysian badminton star Yang takes national university title

A rising badminton star from The University of Nottingham has won gold at the United Kingdom national University championships. Li Lian Yang, 24 and a Malaysian national, scooped the Women’s singles title at the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) National Championships, defeating fellow Malaysian Lyddia Cheah 2-1 in Sheffield this weekend. Having already beaten …

On your marks?

It’s estimated that more than two million people in England are regularly putting on their trainers and pounding the pavement in an effort to stay active. So could running be the cheap, effective way for you to get fit for 2017? In the second of our New Year, New You blog series, Roger Kerry, associate professor in …

Nottingham alumni in full voice for the Ryder Cup

A group who admit to being ‘hopelessly obsessed golf fans dedicated to securing Ryder Cup victory for Team Europe via the power of song’ are serenading their heros once again this year. Inspired by the heroics of Sam Torrance’s Belfry winning team of 2002 ‘The Guardians of the Cup’ are an a cappella group composed largely of …

….mission accomplished! Life Cycle 6 team complete 170 warm up.

Gruelling but great fun – that’s the verdict of the Life Cycle 6 warm up. Every picture tells a story and there are plenty of those in the gallery below! The team of 32 University of Nottingham staff, students and friends cycled the Way of the Roses this weekend to help raise £1 million for life-changing breast …