Professor James Moran: why cultures are enriched by writing and performance

Professor James Moran on his role as lead of the University of Nottingham’s Cultures and Communication Global Research Theme. You lead the Cultures and Communication Global Research Theme (GRT) at Nottingham. What does this entail? Here at the University of Nottingham, we have a truly world-class group of researchers who are working on issues related to …

Nottingham: a history of Britain’s global university

Professor John Beckett, Professor in our Department of History, writes about his recently published book – Nottingham: a history of Britain’s global university. The University of Nottingham opened its doors for the first time in 1881, but in those days it was little more than a technical college with purpose-built premises in the centre of …

Me, some research & a blog – The Clinical Series: Seeing the impact myself – by Zoe Baker, Graduate Trainee

Hello all – I hope you are enjoying the Clinical Series so far. This series was born when my work in the communications team generated an enthusiasm to learn more about the work of the academics who have crossed my path. This blog created the possibility for me to do a little further investigation, to …

Me, some research & a blog – The Clinical Series

Hello all. It’s Zoë, Graduate Trainee reporting from the Communications team. You may have already read some of the posts I’ve written for the Press Office blog but I’m here today to introduce you ‘Research Exchange’ readers, to my brand new series. So since starting in the Communications team mid-April, I have done a lot …

Loud music wrecks your hearing – discuss

Well, on the evidence of a study sample of one – me – the answer looks to be yes… Following on from the PG research showcase, I’ve been looking into PhD student Robert Mackinnon’s research into whether loud music really does have an effect on your hearing. He’s leading the first research project of its kind, …

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