Press releases

Inaugural international programme brings Indonesian students to the University of Nottingham

A cohort of Indonesian students will spend the next four months receiving engineering-related training at the University of Nottingham as part of the inaugural Indonesian International Student Mobility Awards (IISMA) for Vocational Students programme.

University of Nottingham engineers enlist Creative in Residence to inspire innovative research

A research group at the University of Nottingham has hired a Creative in Residence to bring the worlds of engineering and art together for the first time in the university’s history.

Celebrating World Space Week 2022

This week, from 4th to 10th October, is World Space Week 2022. Our academics, researchers, alumni and students are celebrating everything that the university is doing to help advance space research.

University of Nottingham programme commits £110,000 to furthering sustainable aerospace research

This World Space Week, the University of Nottingham’s Aerospace Unlocking Potential (UP) programme has announced it has pledged more than £110,000 in funding to three UK businesses working to improve sustainability in the aerospace sector.

Lilian Greenwood MP meets the University of Nottingham’s new Student Community Engagement Ambassadors

Lilian Greenwood MP has met staff and students at the University of Nottingham as part of a visit to find out more about a new initiative to provide help and support to the local community.

University of Nottingham joins University Mental Health Charter Programme

The University of Nottingham has demonstrated its commitment to the health and wellbeing of its students by signing up to the University Mental Health Charter Programme.

Film director hosts rare preview of feature film in Nottingham

Film fans in Nottingham are being given a rare opportunity to see a film that’s yet to be completed and speak to its Director.

Scientists use machine learning to help fight antibiotic resistance in farmed chickens

Scientists have used machine learning to find new ways to identify and pinpoint disease in poultry farms, which will help to reduce the need for antibiotic treatment, lowering the risk of antibiotic resistance transferring to human populations.

New study will investigate the impact of face masks in schools

A new study, led by experts at the University of Nottingham, will aim to look at the impact of face masks on young people in schools, in order to develop an evidence base to prepare for any future pandemic.

The risks of pesticides need assessing in the same way as human medications are, say experts

Low-levels of pesticide may still be a threat to a natural ecosystem according to experts, and a more thorough risk assessment is needed before they are used in the environment to avoid potentially killing ‘good’ insects, plants or fungi that we depend on.

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