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University leader becomes the first overseas National Teaching Fellow

A senior academic at the University of Nottingham has become the first National Teaching Fellow outside of the UK.  

Nottingham expert awarded prestigious NIHR Advanced Fellowship

A Nottingham academic has been recognised as a future leader within applied health research by being awarded a coveted National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) Advanced Fellowship.

We need to change how we think about soil, says new research

New research, involving experts from the University of Nottingham, says that how we think about, measure and study soil must change, to give a better understanding of how to manage this vital resource effectively.

Flare-ups of gout are linked to heart attack and stroke, says new study

Experts at the University of Nottingham, in collaboration with experts at Keele University, have found that the risk of heart attacks and strokes temporarily increases in the four months after a gout flare.

University of Nottingham’s aerospace programme commits £3.8 million to SMEs

The University of Nottingham has awarded more than £3.8m in funding as part of its Aerospace Unlocking Potential (UP) programme, after announcing another round of funding for four Midlands-based businesses.

Research into effective lung fibrosis treatment receives funding boost

New treatments for lung fibrosis being developed by researchers at the University of Nottingham, are being advanced further with investment in a new spin-out company.

Exceptional contributors to the pharmacy profession recognised as Honorary Professors by the University of Nottingham

The University of Nottingham’s School of Pharmacy has appointed two renowned industry professionals as Honorary Professors

New report uncovers risks around modern slavery for live-in migrant care workers

A new report by anti-slavery experts at the University of Nottingham has identified the factors that put live-in migrant carers at greater risk of falling victim to modern slavery.

A new study gives an important understanding of how molecular motor proteins are involved in malaria transmission

Scientists at the University of Nottingham have made a major breakthrough in understanding how malaria parasites divide and transmit the disease, which could be a major step forwards in helping to prevent one of the biggest killer infections in the world.

Designing roots to reach new depths could help carbon storage in soil

Scientists have discovered how to potentially design root systems to grow deeper by altering their angle growth to be steeper and reach the nutrients they need to grow, a discovery that could also help develop new ways to capture carbon in soil.

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