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Successful ground testing for all-electric race plane

Researchers at the University of Nottingham have tested an electrified racing aeroplane that could establish the viability of faster and more efficient electric flight.

Academics outline future Afghanistan foreign policy direction

A group of 20 experts, led by the University of Nottingham, today set out their recommendations for foreign policy around Afghanistan in a new report, Afghanistan: Prospects and Challenges.

Serving up healthy plant-based food research with new flavour facility

Researchers from the University of Nottingham and University of Adelaide have joined forces to launch a new international food flavour facility to improve the taste of sustainable, healthy, plant-based food and ingredients.

Twelve to sixteen-year-olds needed for Covid-19 booster vaccine study

The University of Nottingham Health Service, at Cripps Medical Centre on University Park, is recruiting for a study looking at Covid-19 vaccine schedules in young people.

Frozen Ark DNA project brought to life in art and poetry

The vital work of the University of Nottingham-based Frozen Ark is being brought to life in a new creative project by an award-winning artist and a children’s author.

Concert pianist in radical reinterpretation of Bach’s Goldberg Variations

It’s one of the most sublime but daunting pieces of music ever written for a pianist to play but now J.S Bach’s seminal work, the Goldberg Variations, has been performed and recorded as never before, using the latest electro-acoustic technology.

Nottingham experts join nationwide celebration of social science research with event series

Academics from the University of Nottingham are joining forces with researchers across the UK to deliver a series of events as part of the nation’s biggest celebration of social sciences research.

Nottingham academics work with Jaguar Land Rover on blockchain-enabled supply chain traceability

Jaguar Land Rover, with the help of academics at the University of Nottingham, has successfully trialled the use of secure blockchain technology to enable full traceability within its automotive leather supply chain.

Visitors to COP26 can share experience with digital Gift

Visitors to COP26 are being given the unique opportunity to create and share personalised digital content from the summit to engage others in the climate conversation.

Local business leaders offered help to grow by Nottingham University Business School experts

Nottingham University Business School is offering local companies the chance to grow their business with a new course, 90% funded by the government.

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