Press releases

You Tube hero professor recognised for contribution to local community

University of Nottingham Professor and You Tube science hero, Sir Martyn Poliakoff, has been honoured for his contribution to his local community by being admitted as a new Freeman of the Borough of Broxtowe.

Talking lamp posts, benches and bins come to Nottingham for new environmental project

People in Nottingham could soon find themselves talking to lamp posts, benches and even bins as part of a new project to gather views on what climate change means to the city.

Nottingham researchers call out for people to join inaugural citizen science and mental health study

The team behind an innovative study aiming to change the landscape of mental health research is looking to enlist participants to take part in the next stage of the project.

New dementia choir study looking for people to join in Mansfield

Researchers at the University of Nottingham are looking to form a new dementia singing group in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, to further study the effects of singing on people with dementia.

Funding boost for research into finding new treatments for inflammatory bowel disease

Research into finding new personalised treatments for inflammatory bowel disease has received funding to analyse and predict patient responses to drugs, and volunteers are needed to take part.

New energy system set to reduce carbon emissions and provide homeowners with annual savings on their energy bills goes live at Trent Basin

An award-winning community energy scheme in Nottingham has introduced a brand-new energy system, which predicts to reduce residents’ energy bills over the next year.

New research a first step towards sustainable medicine prescribing in Scotland

Experts from the University of Nottingham are part of a project awarded funding to make the prescribing of medicines in Scotland more sustainable.

Latest calf health research from the University of Nottingham to be shared during GB Calf Week

Dairy farmers are to hear how an online toolkit developed by experts at the University of Nottingham could help them to improve the health of their herd, as part of GB Calf Week later this month.

New research to improve support for small businesses in the East Midlands

The needs of small businesses in the East Midlands are being investigated in a new study by experts at the University of Nottingham, in collaboration with the East Midlands Chamber.

New study finds our ancient relatives were not so simple after all

Researchers at the University of Nottingham have solved an important piece of the animal evolution puzzle as their new study reveals that our ancient ancestors were more complex than originally thought.

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