Press releases

Staying fit during isolation – new online fitness programme launches today

Staff and students from the University of Nottingham are part of an international team of experts who are today (2 April) launching QuaranTrain - a student-led healthcare project to help provide information and resources to stay fit and well during periods of isolation.

Alpine glacier reveals lead pollution from C12th Britain as bad as Industrial Revolution

Air pollution from lead mines in C12th Britain was as bad as it was during the Industrial Revolution and exactly maps the comings and goings of England’s Kings, a new world-first study has shown.

Digital technology could help tackle youth mental health crisis

New research will look at how digital technology can be used to help support young people with mental health problems, including those emerging during the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to government funding.

Midlands Innovation universities support the fight against COVID-19

As the situation with the coronavirus rapidly changes, universities in the Midlands are uniting to help with the fight against the virus.

Harnessing nature to restore riverbanks in Malaysia

Researchers from the University of Nottingham in Malaysia have completed the first phase of a riverbank restoration project in Sarawak that uses natural materials.

New Pilot “Buddying” Scheme by Home Office and Rights Lab

The University of Nottingham’s Rights Lab has partnered with colleagues in the Home Office’s Modern Slavery Unit to trial a pilot ‘buddying’ scheme, providing policy officials and academics the opportunity to experience and better understand each other’s work.

COVID-19 is the biggest concern for 81% of UK businesses, says a new survey

COVID-19 has eclipsed Brexit as the biggest worry for UK businesses, according to new figures from the University of Nottingham.

New partnership to explore video gaming’s past, present and future

The ever-evolving story of computer gaming will be under the spotlight in a significant new collaboration between the University of Nottingham and the national gaming heritage, culture and education charity, the BGI.

The University of Nottingham will be part of a £20m investment into a national consortium to sequence Covid19

The Government and the UK’s Chief Scientific Adviser have today (Monday 23 March) backed the UK’s leading clinicians and scientists, including a team from Nottingham, to map how COVID-19 spreads and behaves by using whole genome sequencing.

Nottingham Universities enable more tests for COVID-19

universities show support for national fight against COVID-19

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