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Nottingham becomes one of only five English cities to enter partnership to bolster healthcare technology sector

Nottingham has become a partner city with the Association of British HealthTech Industries (ABHI), making it one of just five in England, following the signing of a new agreement with the University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University.

How can we improve nurses’ lives? Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic

As nurses across the UK prepare to go on strike, Holly Blake, Professor of Behavioural Medicine explains how lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic could improve the lives of nurses.

Universities of Nottingham and Adelaide celebrate major funding boost as part of new alliance

The University of Nottingham and the University of Adelaide are celebrating significant funding awards as part of their ongoing partnership.

Bakers rise to challenge of investigating new wheat varieties

Bakers from across the UK joined an event led by the Food Innovation Centre at the University of Nottingham to investigate the optimum uses of different wheats.

Nottingham students’ astropharmaceutical project set to be sent into space

A team of students have beaten competition from across Europe, becoming the first UK group to be selected for the “Orbit Your Thesis” competition to send their self-developed experiment to the International Space Station (ISS).

People with eczema have a chance to vote on future research topics

People with eczema are being asked to vote on future research topics to enable medical experts to focus on areas that really matter to people living with the skin condition.

Securing the future of important trees with new ways to grow from cuttings

Researchers are developing new techniques to grow trees from cuttings to secure the future of important species of trees and combat destructive diseases.

New material discovered that helps diabetic wounds heal quickly

Scientists have discovered a new material that can be applied to diabetic wounds to heal them faster with just one application.

Number of ‘White Irish’ people in England and Wales falls, latest Census data shows

The number of people who identified as ‘White Irish’ in England and Wales at the time of the 2021 Census, has fallen by 4.4 per cent, with a total of 507,465 people (23,622 down from the previous Census of 2011).

Want to learn a new language next year? Leading linguists give their top tips on how to become fluent

Learning a new language is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions, however, it can be tricky. That’s why experts the University of Nottingham have written a series of books to help people master new linguistic skills.

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