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New exhibition reveals how Nottingham introduced adult education to Britain

A new exhibition at Lakeside Arts will show how adult education in Britain started right here in Nottingham in the early 1900s.

Nottingham professor to lead project to develop national research infrastructure

A computer science professor has been appointed Director of the UK Plant and Crop Phenotyping Infrastructure (UKPCPI) to lead a national project that will link technologies and expertise to measure plant growth and development.

Retrofitting the UK’s housing stock for carbon neutrality will require significant investment, says new study

Typical UK households will require financial support to ensure that the country’s housing stock is retrofitted to the highest levels of energy efficiency, a new study has revealed.

New research shows link between workplace bullying and conspiracy beliefs

New research has shown that people who experience bullying in the workplace are more likely to engage in conspiracy theorising.

Nottingham Vet School earns prestigious accreditation from the American Veterinary Medical Association

The University of Nottingham‘s School of Veterinary Medicine and Sciences has received full accreditation from the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).

Researchers tackle patient safety challenges

Researchers at the University of Nottingham have been awarded a share of £25 million by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) to help improve patient safety and the overall safety of health and care services across England.

Scientists to explore unknown parts of the Universe with new funding

Scientists from the University of Nottingham have been awarded £800,000 to research the nature of the early and late Universe.

Nottingham trio share award for brain imaging innovation

A trio of young Nottingham scientists have been recognised for their work to transform brain imaging with the development of a new kind of wearable brain scanner.

Large numbers of European chimpanzees suffer from a lack of vitamin D, says new study

A new study has found that a large number of chimpanzees living in Europe suffer from inadequate vitamin D levels, and the widespread problem could have a major impact on their health.

University experts host free events in nationwide celebration of social science

People across Nottingham and beyond are invited to join University of Nottingham academics at a series of events covering a range of activities including knitting for connecting people and places, and song writing for children.

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