Faculty of Science
   
   
  

Faculty of Science

The Faculty is made up of seven schools, which rank highly in national league tables:

We have access to the latest technology and academics who are specialists in their field, enabling us to produce high-quality graduates.

The latest Research Excellence Framework (2014) found our research to be 'world-class' and 'internationally excellent'.

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Welcome to the Faculty of Science

Inspirational teaching with a strong tradition of innovation and opportunity

 
 

The Faculty of Science undertakes world-class research spanning wide ranging topics including quantum physics, plant genomics, human imaging, sustainable chemistry, neuroscience, mathematical modelling and beyond. We work closely with industry on the training of the next generation of scientists and collaborate worldwide to ensure our research has a major societal impact.

Professor Kevin Shakesheff 
Pro Vice Chancellor for the Faculty of Science 

 

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News 

 

Academic wins Staff Oscar for the second year running

Description
We are pleased to announce that, for the second year running, Gerardo Adesso has been successful in the University Staff Oscars.
Date:
21/06/2016

Why is tonight's full moon called a Strawberry Moon?

Description
Want to know why tonight's full moon is called a Strawberry Moon? Dr Julian Onions, who is studying galactic computer simulation in the School of Physics and Astronomy, has the answer.
Date:
20/06/2016

MathSoc takes home the award for "Best Society"

Description
Our very own MathSoc have been awarded the highly coveted prize of "Best Society" at the Societies Ball 2016.
Date:
06/06/2016
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Events 

 

Quantum Roundabout

Date
06 (08:30) - 08/07/2016 (18:30)
Location:
Keighton Auditorium
Description
Quantum Roundabout is a postgraduate conference on quantum physics, to be held between 6-8 July 2016 at the School of Mathematical Sciences of The University of Nottingham.

Can mathematics help us understand biology?

Date
13/07/2016 (16:00-17:00)
Location:
Coates Auditorium
Description
As part of this year's European Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology (ECMTB), Professor Philip Maini will be giving an engaging public lecture open to all members of the community and of particular interest to school students thinking of taking mathematically based University courses.
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Faculty of Science

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