Press releases

New partnerships and multi-million funding to strengthen the University of Nottingham’s position in a post-Brexit Europe

The University of Nottingham is set to capitalise on exciting opportunities offered by a post-Brexit future to strengthen research, teaching and innovation relationships with European partners and solidify its position as a leading collaborator with the region’s aviation sector.

Join Keith Bloody Mary for exercise-inspired art at Hockley Arts Club

Science and art are being brought together to explore healthy ageing in a new exhibition which opens at Hockley Arts Club in Nottingham this week.

Nottingham academic advises Government on mathematics research investment

Leading University of Nottingham mathematician Professor Ivan Fesenko has been advising government on its approach to research in mathematics.

Suicide prevention in autism recognised with impact award

A researcher from the University of Nottingham has been recognised for the impact of her work to prevent suicide developed in partnership with people diagnosed with autism.

University launches £4.6m project to enhance research, innovation and productivity in local businesses

Small and medium sized businesses in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire will be able to access free research, innovation and productivity support as a result of a new £4.6m project being run by the University of Nottingham.

New research will transform ‘waste to wealth’ thanks to major funding

Two innovative research projects from experts at the University of Nottingham Malaysia (UNM), which will use waste to create fuel and renewable biocoal, have received funding from the Newton Ungku Omar Grand Challenge initiative called Waste to Wealth.

New sequencing protocol could lead to better understanding of diseases

Experts at the University of Nottingham have discovered a more precise way to analyse the human microbiome, which could lead to a better understanding of diseases and disorders such as inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, obesity and some cancers.

Sticky antibiotic provides glue for successful treatment

Researchers have found how an antibiotic used to treat a debilitating gut infection stays put inside the body giving it time to effectively treat the problem, a discovery that will pave

The first women graduate to new careers after completing TechUP Women

The first women from the TechUP Women programme are on the path to a new career after completing a new training initiative to provide them with skills and confidence to work in the technology sector.

Global leader in tackling modern slavery joins the Rights Lab

A global authority on the UN, organised crime and modern slavery is joining the world’s largest team of modern slavery scholars.

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