Our Research Vision: what it means for you

Join Professor Dame Jessica Corner, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange, at a series of roadshows this June to find out more about the University of Nottingham’s Research Vision. Dame Jessica says: “The University of Nottingham is making an unparalleled investment in both our research and our people. What does this mean for all researchers …

Significant investment in our world-changing research

Professor Dame Jessica Corner, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange, introduces the new Beacons of Excellence – leading research areas that will have a far-reaching impact on some of today’s global challenges. In my previous blog post, I wrote about our vision for the future of research here at the University. This vision is exciting, …

University invests in ambitious vision for the future of research

Professor Dame Jessica Corner, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange, reveals an exciting new chapter in the history of research at The University of Nottingham At The University of Nottingham, we are committed to delivering research of truly global significance. Almost a year ago, a review group met for the first time, tasked with addressing how …

EU referendum and research – video message from Professor Dame Jessica Corner

In this video message, Professor Dame Jessica Corner, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange, discusses the University’s response to the EU referendum result in relation to research. Dame Jessica has also recorded messages discussing the impact of the EU Referendum on staff and students. For more information, visit the University’s EU Referendum information and guidance website. If …

The University’s crown jewels – an insight from Professor Dame Jessica Corner on research and knowledge exchange

Guest post from Professor Dame Jessica Corner DBE, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange. There is something about being new that allows you to see things as for the first time. I asked to be introduced to the University’s crown jewels in research and knowledge exchange, to experience things first-hand and to meet people who …

Open Access opens doors

From 1 April, researchers will need to have their articles available through Open Access within three months of acceptance to be eligible for the next REF. To make it quicker and easier for researchers to store publications in our ePrints repository, LRLR have launched a mediated deposit service. Read about the benefits of Open Access, according to …

Transformative Technologies – changing people’s lives for the better

Q&A with Professor Neil Champness, Global Research Theme Lead for Transformative Technologies. This is the second of our monthly academic profiles of our five Global Research Theme (GRT) leads, for you to find out who they are, their research and what it means to lead one of the University’s five Global Research Themes. Read our …

A warm hello from Professor Dame Jessica Corner

In this blog post, Professor Dame Jessica Corner DBE introduces herself as the University’s new Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange. I’d like to extend a warm hello to all University of Nottingham staff and students as I take up my new position as Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange. The University is internationally recognised …

Monetising music

The Melbourne suburb of Brunswick, located 6 km north of the city centre, has a history of radical politics, ethnic and cultural diversity and also hosts the annual Brunswick Music Festival. In that sense it is appropriate setting in which to find Wick Studios, a space dedicated to the musical economy in its various forms. …