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Researchers investigate effects of COVID-19 on UK organised crime

The effects of COVID-19 on Child Criminal Exploitation (CCE) is being investigated by the Rights Lab at the University of Nottingham.

New £2.1m UK study launched to investigate COVID-19 risks for BAME healthcare staff

The University of Nottingham is part of a new £2.1m research study investigating the risks of COVID-19 on black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) healthcare workers.

Nottingham’s universities and institutions unite to drive local recovery with UK’s first Civic Agreement

Nottingham’s two universities, together with the City and County’s Local Authorities, hospitals and Local Enterprise Partnership, have today launched the Universities for Nottingham Civic Agreement – the first of its kind in the country.

Back on campus – University of Nottingham vet students resume face-to-face learning

Students from the University of Nottingham’s School of Veterinary Medicine and Science will become some of the first in the UK to return to face-to-face teaching following the coronavirus lockdown when they resume their studies on Sutton Bonington campus today (Monday 27 July).

British Academy honour for world-leading Viking expert

The University of Nottingham’s renowned expert in Viking and Old Norse Studies, Professor Judith Jesch, has been made a Fellow of the British Academy in recognition of her outstanding work in the field.

Nottingham researchers are looking for entrepreneurs who are mothers to share lockdown experiences

Researchers are looking for mothers who are entrepreneurs to share their experiences of the coronavirus pandemic, as part of new research into the societal impact of COVID.

Vernon Coaker appointed Honorary Professor in the University of Nottingham’s Rights Lab

Vernon Coaker, former Member of Parliament for Gedling, Nottinghamshire, has joined the University of Nottingham’s Rights Lab as an Honorary Professor of Modern Slavery Policy.

Chemistry innovation is open for businesses

Businesses can once again access free scientific support and world-class facilities with the reopening of a number of chemistry and engineering buildings at the University of Nottingham.

Fruit flies help scientists to understand how cancer spreads

Scientists from the University of Nottingham have taken a major step towards understanding how cancerous tumours can invade different areas of the body, which could be vital in helping to prevent millions of cancer-related deaths.

Nottingham researchers join €8m project to help SMEs adopt cloud-networked manufacturing

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