Press releases

Spin-out company launches that will revolutionise the power generation sector

One-of-a-kind AI-driven software that can monitor the “health” of critical power plant components is being developed for sector use with the launch of a new spin-out company.

Nottingham remains one of favourite universities for UK’s top employers

Graduates from the University of Nottingham continue to be among the most sought-after by the UK’s top employers, a new study has found.

University of Nottingham professor named one of the most influential women in UK finance

Professor Meryem Duygun, from Nottingham University Business School, has been named on the Innovate Finance Women in Fintech Powerlist for the third time.

New Talent and Innovation Grants on offer to help local businesses take advantage of university expertise and drive innovation

Nottingham-based businesses are being offered the chance to access the wealth of talent and expertise available through the two universities on their doorstep, as part of a programme of grants and support aimed at driving innovation, productivity and skills in the city.

Issues of forced marriage explored in new comic designed for school children

A new comic book has been designed to help children aged 13 to 16 understand the risks and signs of forced marriage and how they can help prevent it and protect themselves and their loved ones, based on research from the University of Nottingham.

Previous care experience doesn’t increase nursing students’ compassion, finds a new study

A new study has found that nursing students’ compassion is not increased by previous paid care experience, which discredits the idea that they should have care experience before embarking on training

University of Nottingham launches national inquiry into transition to net zero

The University of Nottingham Institute for Policy and Engagement has launched a policy commission with former Deputy Leader of the Labour Party and Honorary Professor Lord Watson, to investigate a just transition to net zero.

New study finds invisible ‘human work’ allows robots to deliver

A new study has shown that people modify their behaviour to accommodate autonomous delivery robots, and it is this invisible ‘human work’ that allows robots to run smoothly on the streets and needs to be considered when designing their routes.

Over £70 million investment will allow the University of Nottingham to power future transport to net zero

The University of Nottingham has secured more than £70 million to establish new world-leading and open-access research facilities and programmes that will decarbonise future transport.

Research lights up process for turning CO2 into sustainable fuel

Researchers have successfully transformed CO2 into methanol by shining sunlight on single atoms of copper deposited on a light-activated material, a discovery that paves the way for creating new green fuels.
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