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From pollen to butterfly scales - opportunity to see the unseen in stunning detail

Have you ever wondered what pollen looks like? Or the scales on a butterfly’s wing? Scientists are giving people the chance to find out what objects that usually go unseen look like with a new ‘Under the Microscope’ initiative.

Nottingham academics awarded Fellowships by the Academy of Social Sciences

Two academics from the University of Nottingham have been conferred Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences.

World first, multi-million manufacturing facility opens at the University of Nottingham

A new £3.8 million facility that will revolutionise the world of manufacturing, making it more efficient and cost-effective, has opened at the University of Nottingham.

Newly discovered catheter material could prevent common infections

Newly discovered catheter material could prevent common infections

Out of this world salad created for astronauts

An international team of scientists have created a salad that contains ingredients that could be grown on space crafts and provide optimum nutrition for astronauts heading into deep space.

Notts County legend Les is helping Nottingham researchers investigating playing injuries

Legendary former Notts County striker Les Bradd is helping researchers looking into sports-related injuries including head injuries, cognitive impairment, foot and ankle injuries and osteoarthritis in the largest UK study of its kind, led from Nottingham.

New research into modified RNA messages could help treat Lewy body dementia and Parkinson’s disease

New research could help treat Lewy body dementia and Parkinson’s disease

First-of-its-kind research into underemployment launched

Academics at the University of Nottingham are exploring the lived experiences of underemployed workers as part of a first-of-its-kind multi-institutional research project.

University of Nottingham takes the triple at The Engineer Awards

Researchers from the Faculty of Engineering are celebrating after scooping all three awards they were shortlisted for at this year’s Collaborate to Innovate (C2I) Awards.

Films that watch you – interactive technology turns the viewing experience on its head

An interactive film that uses face recognition technology to assess the mood of the audience and change the narrative to show what they respond to is being premiered at an event at Broadway Cinema in Nottingham on 24 February.

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