Our research addresses real-world issues that impact on the everyday
The School of Life Sciences is the main focus for biological and biomedical research at the University.
Our aims are delivered by four divisions, which reflect our research strengths and represent disciplines in which we have critical mass. Each division promotes individual excellence, fosters team science and multidisciplinary activity, and encourage international collaboration in the pursuit of world changing research.
Director of Research, School of Life Sciences
We are ranked 9th for Research Power in the latest Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014.
95% of our assessment was deemed to be of international quality and 92% of our impact case studies were judged to be 4* or 3*. Find out more.
- A team of immunologists from the University of Nottingham led by Dr Ghaemmaghami have been awarded a research grant to develop new strategies to enhance the outcome of implants by modulating the function of the immune cells particularly macrophages.
- The University of Nottingham's International Office is pleased to announce the launch of the 2014 Visiting Fellowship Scheme, which will allow 30 early career researchers from outside the European Union (EU) the opportunity to complete a three month period of research in Nottingham.