Press releases

New research has ingredients for medical 3D printing success

A new research project has been awarded over £6m to develop a toolkit to allow 3D printed medicines to be manufactured effectively bringing innovations like biological personalised pills and ‘living plasters’ closer to commercial production.

Nottingham researcher wins prestigious global prize for ‘ground-breaking’ research into early Christian and Jewish scriptures

A Nottingham researcher has received a prestigious international award for her ground-breaking research into male-centric representations of maternity and women’s bodies and souls in early Christian and Jewish scriptures.

Key UK economic research centre renewed

The Economic Statistics Centre of Excellence (ESCoE) has announced its work programme after its funding was extended for a further five years by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

Nottingham’s universities invite local community to apply for community-focused PhD projects

Nottingham Trent University and the University of Nottingham are inviting people from the local community to apply for paid, full-time and part-time PhD research projects that aim to improve the lives of communities across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.

Dr Ralph Kwame Akyea joins first UK-wide Young Academy

Dr Ralph Kwame Akyea, Senior Research Fellow (Clinical Epidemiology) at the University of Nottingham, is among the first members of the new UK Young Academy – a network of early career researchers and professionals established to help tackle local and global issues and promote meaningful change.

Eleven-year partnership improves outcomes for young people in Nottingham

The University of Nottingham joined forces with IntoUniversity in 2011, building on an existing programme of outreach work. In that time, this partnership has enabled 16,942 local young people to receive support and encouragement to do well at school and go on to university.

Sweet discovery has potential for effective new virus and cancer drug treatments

Scientists have discovered sugar-based molecules can be used to block activity of a receptor in cells that is involved in the development of a range of viral infections and cancer.

New scale to measure people’s attitudes to societal issues

A civic empathy scale, which measures people’s knowledge, attitudes and behaviours towards societal issues, has been launched today by experts at the University of Nottingham.

Professor Sir Jonathan Van-Tam to join trustees of the charity parkrun

Professor Sir Jonathan Van-Tam, Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at the University of Nottingham and former Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England is to join the board of trustees for the charity parkrun.

New discovery of sunscreen-like chemicals in fossil plants reveals UV radiation played a part in mass extinction events

New research has uncovered that pollen preserved in 250 million year old rocks contain compounds that function like sunscreen, these are produced by plants to protect them from harmful ultraviolet (UV-B) radiation. The findings suggests that a pulse of UV-B played an important part in the end Permian mass extinction event.
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