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AACSB accreditation completes ‘triple crown’ for Nottingham University Business School

Nottingham University Business School today joins the top one per cent of business schools in the world that hold ‘triple crown’ accreditation. The school has earned accreditation from AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) for all three of its locations in the UK, China and Malaysia.

New partnership will help tackle chronic pain

A new partnership, led by Professor David Walsh of the University of Nottingham, will look to address the issue of chronic pain, an issue that affects two-thirds of the population in the Britain.

Food Innovation Centre helps luxury sushi producer Uramaki to launch UK-wide delivery

A Nottingham-based luxury sushi producer has launched a nationwide delivery service thanks to support from The Food Innovation Centre at the University of Nottingham.

Experts develop a common language for trigger and content warnings

Experts from the University of Nottingham have developed a common language to use on trigger and content warnings, after their research found that current warnings do not adequately take account of the needs of the intended audience.

Ofsted rates University of Nottingham teacher training courses as ‘Outstanding'

The University of Nottingham’s teacher training courses have retained their ‘Outstanding’ rating from Ofsted following a routine inspection.

Clean marine: £5.5m research effort to fuel ships on green ammonia

The University of Nottingham is leading a new project to investigate the potential of ammonia to fuel and decarbonise the long-haul shipping industry, and to boost the UK’s powertrain sector.

Dame Sara Thornton appointed as Professor of Practice at the University of Nottingham

Dame Sara Thornton DBE QPM, the UK’s Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner, has joined the University of Nottingham’s Rights Lab as Professor of Practice in Modern Slavery Policy.

Nottingham scientist receives prestigious ERC funding to unravel mystery of rapid cell division in malaria parasite

A scientist from the University of Nottingham has received nearly £2.5million from the European Research Council (ERC), to continue her research into the understanding of rapid atypical cell division, which could help to control the transmission of malaria.

Industrial repair ‘snake’ robot now being tested for cancer surgery

A repair robot that takes inspiration from the bendiness and sensing ability of snakes to access hard-to-reach places in harsh, industrial environments is now being exploited for use in human surgery.

Scientists use machine learning to identify antibiotic resistant bacteria that can spread between animals, humans and the environment

Experts from the University of Nottingham have developed a ground-breaking software, which combines DNA sequencing and machine learning to help them find where, and to what extent, antibiotic resistant bacteria is being transmitted between humans, animals and the environment.

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