Press releases

Scale Space and University of Nottingham join forces to create research and innovation powerhouse for Midlands’ growing army of tech scaleups

THE UK’s first dedicated destination for scaleup businesses is partnering with the University of Nottingham to link the city’s next generation of tech firms to expertise which can help them innovate and grow.

How job adverts need to change to boost inclusivity

Linguistics experts are calling for a complete overhaul of the way language is used in job adverts and recruitment campaigns to properly improve diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

Making waves with new gravitational research

Researchers from the University of Nottingham have been awarded just over £500k to probe the darkest and most exciting corners of the universe with gravitational wave astronomy.

Researchers awarded £4m to improve adolescent mental health

Researchers from the University of Nottingham have been awarded £4m to examine the major societal challenge of building a safe and supportive online environment to protect and promote young people’s mental health.

Youth violence and knife crime will be addressed at online event

Experts from the University of Nottingham will lead an online event this week, looking at the prevalence, prediction and prevention of youth violence involving knife crime.

AI software will help clinicians diagnose lung cancer earlier and reduce waiting lists for patients

A new artificial intelligence software that will help doctors to make quicker and more accurate decisions when diagnosing potentially cancerous lung legions, has received major government funding.

Nottingham experts receive prestigious funding to train future medics

A research project looking at using virtual patients to reduce errors in diagnosis has received prestigious funding for a PhD programme from the ASME (Association for the Study of Medical Education.

New research into Malaria is next step in helping to eradicate the disease

Scientists at the University of Nottingham have made a major breakthrough in discovering how the malaria parasite is able to multiply rapidly in the mosquito gut, and how targeting it at this stage may stop the transmission of the disease.

Forced marriage support hub launched during Learning Disability Week

A website to support people who are vulnerable to forced marriage has been launched by the University of Nottingham today, during Learning Disability Week (14 - 20 June 2021).

Nottingham’s rebellion history revealed as new-look Castle reopens

As Nottingham Castle prepares to reopen after its long period of refurbishment, a University of Nottingham historian gives his behind-the-scenes account of his work as Curator of the new Rebellion Gallery.

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