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New global network will tackle challenges around ageing society and rehabilitation

An international forum has marked the start of an exciting global network which will look at research into healthy ageing and rehabilitation around the world. The first Shanghai International Geriatric-Rehabilitation Forum was led by experts from the University of Nottingham’s Division of Rehabilitation, Aging and Wellbeing, along with experts from the Huashan Hospital, at Fudan …

New UK-Indonesian research consortium launches to tackle coronavirus and climate change

A new Anglo-Indonesian alliance has been established to share research and expertise in a bid to build global resilience against pandemics, the climate emergency and natural hazards. Within the next 25 years, the new UK-Indonesia Consortium for Interdisciplinary Sciences (UKICIS) aims to become a beacon for knowledge exchange and tech transfer between the two countries. …

An exhibition of historic Nottingham Lace finally lands in China for exclusive museum tour.

Nottingham City Museums is delighted to share news of the launch of its latest and largest international touring exhibition to date, Lost in Lace: Lace and Lacemaking in Nottingham, at Ningbo Museum, China. As soon as Covid-19 lockdown was announced, a large selection of carefully-selected lace artefacts from the Nottingham City Museums collection was held …

University collaborates with Indonesian Embassy to co-host COVID-19 performance assessment

The global challenge of COVID-19 has brought a need for emergency strategies and strategy review to the forefront of action by governments and institutions across the globe. The University of Nottingham and the Indonesian Embassy in London has built on its academic/policy-making collaboration to form an alliance in the battle against COVID-19, allowing researchers, academics …

In early March 2020 Indonesian Ambassador to the UK revisited University of Nottingham to celebrate our partnership with country

On 3rd March 2020, we were honoured that the Indonesian Ambassador, HE Dr Rizal Sukma and the Education and Cultural Attaché Professor Aminudin Aziz revisited University of Nottingham to formally welcome 8 PhD students from Indonesia who jointed our international research community between late 2019 and early 2020. The Ambassador’s last visit was back in …

Life in Ningbo, China during the coronavirus pandemic

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has changed our day-to-day lives all over the world. Yet, just as life began to change dramatically in the UK, restrictions were being eased on people’s movements and business operations in Ningbo, China. The easing of restrictions comes as the reported number of COVID-19 cases in Zhejiang remained at zero for 30 …

MOU-University of Nottingham and Shanghai Jiao Tong University

On 15 November 2019 the University of Nottingham and Shanghai Jiao Tong University (QS Globally ranked 60)  signed a Memorandum of Understanding. The MOU was signed by Professor XI Lifeng, Vice President and Professor Dame Jessica Corner, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange. The agreement focuses upon deepening collaboration in the areas of Agriculture and …

Forging Policies – the Indonesian Ministry of Education & Culture visit Nottingham

Forging policies, strengthening collaborations and redirecting momentum in Indonesia’s University System. The University of Nottingham was delighted to welcome the delegation from Indonesia’s Ministry of Education and Culture on the 9th December 2019. The University of Nottingham’s developing partnership with Indonesia encapsulates its vision of increasing international collaboration and producing more world-changing research that will …

Ultrasound and Imaging CPD at Nottingham

Asia Business Centre welcomed the second cohort of the Ultrasound and Imaging CPD delegates to the University of Nottingham this week for a 1-week programme. The purpose of the 2019 Ultrasound and Medical Imagining Training Programme is to exchange expertise on ultrasound and medical imaging technology practice between UK and China. Delegates are senior representatives …

Zhejiang Hospital Presidents arrive in Nottingham

Asia Business Centre (ABC) and academic colleagues welcomed 20 Hospital Presidents from Zhejiang Province for a one week CPD course at University of Nottingham. The course look at developing mutual collaborations between Nottingham and Zhejiang Province. We are looking forward to an exciting week. Jason Feehily Director Knowledge Exchange Asia