Press releases

Lab grown tumour models could improve treatment for pancreatic cancer

An international team of scientists have created a three-dimensional (3D) pancreatic cancer tumour model in the laboratory, combining a bioengineered matrix and patient-derived cells that could be used to develop and test targeted treatments.

Virtual Oxjam creates immersive festival fun

A virtual festival people can move around featuring performers, sideshows and crowds will be part of the Oxjam fundraising event that is back in Beeston this weekend.

New University spin out to deliver faster and safer engineering maintenance technologies

A new spin out company from The University of Nottingham is to help keep passenger planes in the air, while reducing the risk of injury to the engineering ground crews who maintain them.

Covid-19 vaccination and weekly test plans for students for the new academic year

As Nottingham welcomes students back to campus for the start of the academic year, the University of Nottingham has mobilised a comprehensive package of measures to keep Covid-19 rates low and protect communities.

Understanding uncertainty with a new take on questionnaires

Giving ‘don’t know’, ‘not sure’ or similar responses on questionnaires and surveys could be overcome by a new method of gathering data that captures valuable information about uncertainty and flexibility.

Prestigious Fellowships recognise two Nottingham engineering researchers

Two eminent University of Nottingham academics have been elected as Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng).

Historic University hall to get multi-million pound makeover

Students at the University of Nottingham will benefit from newly refurbished sustainable student accommodation on campus, thanks to an ambitious programme of works starting this month.

Food Innovation Centre supports small breweries to identify spoiling issues

Brewing experts at the Food Innovation Centre have been helping small breweries across Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire to prevent a beer spoiling issue which can be more prevalent during hot weather.

New study launched to investigate targeted treatments for Schizophrenia

A new study to investigate the development of targeted treatments for cognitive impairment in Schizophrenia has been launched today.

New podcast playfully explores the hidden world of home care for people with dementia

A new podcast drama, based on research led by experts from the University of Nottingham, explores the complex relationship between home carers and people with dementia.

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