Our aim is excellence in teaching and research to sustain a healthy supply of food. We study fundamental and applied animal and plant science, agricultural production; economic and environmental sustainability; food manufacturing, processing and consumption; the interaction between food, animal and human health; food safety, and the biotechnological processing of farm products.
The School of Biosciences is proud to be an Athena Swan Bronze Award holder.
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Research Excellence Framework
The outcomes of the 2014 Research Excellence Framework have been announced. Across the Schools of Biosciences and Veterinary Medicine and Science, 97% of work was judged to be of international quality and 37% of work was assessed as world-leading (4-star). We are proud to have the top ranked research environment within Unit of Assessment 6 (Agriculture, Veterinary and Food Science).
- Most initiatives and articles about female scientists in universities focus on women professors and lecturers, the academic members of staff traditionally responsible for providing a rich learning and research environment. But there is also another, almost "secret" community within higher education who also contribute to the research and teaching activities of our universities – our technicians!
- There is an EU scheme "CASCADE fellowships" that may be of interest as a way of attracting excellent non-UK postdoctoral researchers and also to make money go further/provide additional funding.
- Scientists at The University of Nottingham hope new research could lead to the introduction of cereal crops better able to tolerate flooding. They have identified the mechanism used by plants in stress conditions to sense low oxygen levels and used advanced breeding techniques to reduce yield loss in barley in water-logged conditions. Read more ...
- 13 - 17/04/2015
- Three days Food Flavour training followed by two day "Trends in Food Flavour" Conference.
- 16 - 17/04/2015
- Join internationally renowned academic and industry experts from the UK, Europe, China and the USA at the University of Nottingham's inaugural Trends in Food Flavour Conference.