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Professor Clare wins Royal Academy of Engineering research chair to further work into the future of aircraft repairs

Manufacturing Engineering professor Adam Clare has been awarded a Research Chair by the Royal Academy of Engineering. The Academy’s Research Chair scheme aims to strengthen the links between industry and academia by supporting exceptional academics to undertake use-inspired research that meets the needs of industrial partners. The prestigious position is co-sponsored by Rolls-Royce and will …

Sustainability – are we missing a crucial part of the Earth?

Blog written by Dr Franziska Schrodt, from the University’s School of Geography Widespread concerns about the impacts of climate change and issues around sustainability of resource use have resulted in these topics being much more present in the media than even a few years ago. Inspiring members of the public, such as Greta Thunberg, further …

Does eating meat cause global warming?

Blog written by Professor of Dairy Science Phil Garnsworthy This year, the European Association for Animal Production (EAAP) honoured me with their Leroy Fellowship Award for “an outstanding contribution to Animal Production over a sustained period.” Acceptance of the award required that I had to deliver a plenary lecture to about one thousand delegates at …

Amazon fires – the damage to the climate

The Amazon forest has literally been hot news recently. Not only has satellite data from the Brazilian National Space Agency (INPE) shown a significant increase in deforestation in 2019 compared to 2018, it also showed that the forest fire frequency in 2019 is at its highest since 2010. Geertje van der Heijden, Assistant Professor in …

University News Review — Summer 2019

Welcome to the summer 2019 News Review which features some of our top news stories from July and August…   Scientists say there may be less than 10 years’ worth of shale gas left Scientists from the University of Nottingham and the British Geological Survey have said that the UK has five times less underground …

Journey through the Malaysian rainforest with award-winning photojournalist

The social media accounts of MEME – Management and Ecology of Malaysian Elephants – have been taken over for the culmination of a special project which will take us on a fascinating journey through Malaysia’s rainforest. Ghaneshwaran Balachandran is an award-winning photojournalist and visual artist who documents natural history, conservation and environmental subjects. His aim …

Justiciable but not Necessarily Illegal: The Power of Prorogation in the UK Constitution

Writing for a leading German law blog, verfassungsblog.de Dr Aris Georgopoulos, Assistant Professor in European and Public Law at the School of Law explains explains why he thinks that the decision to prorogue parliament is not necessarily unlawful… The UK Supreme Court is about to decide the fate of the UK Government’s decision to prorogue …

New round of Future Leaders Fellowships announced

The University of Nottingham will benefit from a portion of a £78 million cash boost as part of UK Research and Innovation’s Future Leaders Fellowships. The investment will propel the next generation of researchers as they lead cutting-edge projects; from developing rapid diagnostic methods to identify antibiotic resistance in infecPreview Changes (opens in a new …

What did the Roman language ever do for us?

The legacy of the Latin language in western Europe is being explored in a new touring exhibition created by experts from LatinNow – a European-wide research project led by the University of Nottingham. The VOCES POPVLI roadshow launched today, Monday 16th September, in Pamplona, Spain and will spend the next few weeks touring eleven further …

Gold standard skills – interview with Aircraft Maintenance champion Haydn Jakes

    Engineering student Haydn Jakes became a gold medal winner over Summer, competing for Team UK in the WorldSkills 2019 competition held in Kazan, Russia. Designed by industry experts, the WorldSkills UK competitions equip apprentices and students with the world-class skills needed to help UK businesses better compete globally. The WorldSkills competition originated after …