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Nottingham-Singapore alliance to accelerate entrepreneurship and innovation collaboration

The University of Nottingham has joined the newly launched UK-Singapore Alliance for Entrepreneurship and Innovation (UKSAEI) – the first alliance of its kind to accelerate collaborations in entrepreneurship and innovation between the two countries The UK-Singapore Universities Alliance was launched today (8 April 2021), witnessed by H.E. Kara Owen, British High Commissioner to Singapore, and …

Nottingham-Indonesia Collaboration for Clinical Research and Training (NICCRAT) provides capacity building for pathologists from Indonesia and other developing countries through our Nottingham Gastrointestinal Masterclass 2021

The Academic Unit of Molecular Pathology and the Nottingham Molecular Pathology Node in the School of Medicine, University of Nottingham delivered the Nottingham Gastrointestinal (GI) Pathology Masterclass from 8th to 11th March 2021. Led by Professor Mohammad Ilyas, Head of the GI Molecular Pathology Group, the 4-day intensive workshop held online this year due to …

The Division of Midwifery’s Global Citizenship Journey in Indonesia

Midwifery in Indonesia Midwives take an important role in supervising and assisting mothers during pregnancy, antenatal care, labour, and even in daily care of the baby. Thus, midwives are essential in giving the best health service to mother and baby. Although the Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) is declining year by year, Indonesia is still ranked …

Food Security in Small Island Developing States: A conference report by Dr. Chung Hong Tan

In the first week of September 2020, the Future Food Beacons at the University of Nottingham’s UK and Malaysia campuses jointly ran an international workshop Food Security in Small Island Developing States (FSSIDS 2020). The workshop brought together more than 30 participants from 10 countries in Southeast Asia and the Pacific, in addition to the UK. The …

Anglo-Indonesian scientific alliance meets at University of Nottingham ahead of ministerial visit to UK

One of Indonesia’s leading diplomats, Adam Tugio, has visited the University of Nottingham to help prepare for a top-level ministerial visit from his country to the UK aiming to increase collaboration in the global fight against coronavirus. A high-level ministerial delegation from Indonesia will be travelling to London this week (13 October) to meet with …

Nursing collaboration in West China

Facilitated by ABC, Emeritus Professor Carol Hall (School of Health Sciences, University of Nottingham Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences) was invited by the Health Team of British Department of International Trade (DIT) in China, to present at the prestigious Forum on Nursing Discipline Development hosted by West China School of Nursing, Sichuan University on …

India’s new National Education Policy 2020

The education sector in India has needed an accelerated growth in quality, innovation and research demanded by the 21st Century. The National Education Policy 2020 is the first education policy of the 21st century and aims to address the many growing developmental imperatives of India. The Union Cabinet of India announced this policy on 29 …

University of Nottingham Ningbo China receives award for COVID-19 response

The University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC) has been recognised for its response to the COVID-19 pandemic with an award from the European Chamber of Commerce in China. UNNC was presented with the COVID-19 Crisis Response award at the 2020 Sustainable Business Awards ceremony held in Shanghai on 17 September 2020. Having been assessed by eleven judges …

Dinosaurs of China revisited

Three years ago we were coming to the end of the ground breaking Dinosaurs of China exhibition. Dinosaurs of China was a one-time only world exclusive exhibition of dinosaurs which came to Europe for the first time. Wollaton Hall in Nottingham hosted the main exhibition, with a complementary exhibition at Lakeside Arts, in July – …

Research into Policy Practice: How international experience influences agricultural policy decisions to address global challenges

A keynote speech (online) was given to the 8th Members’ Congress and Conference of the Chinese Society of Foreign Agricultural Economy (CSFAE) by Professor Paul Wilson, Professor of Agricultural Economics; Director, Rural Business Research Unit; and Chief Executive, Rural Business Research, Faculty of Science from the University of Nottingham. The speech was facilitated by Asia …