Press releases

Cinema isn’t dead! Oscar-winning filmmaker and film scholar join forces to explain why the film industry is stronger than most people believe

A 7-time Oscar winning filmmaker and a world-renowned film scholar have written a new book, which explores why cinema has survived for more than one hundred years.

Extremely rare collection of Cuban archive opens to the public

A unique and fascinating historical collection of books, posters, films, newspapers and journals from Cuba has opened to the public at the University of Nottingham.

Major study will use philosophical expertise to highlight patient voices in healthcare research and practice

A major six-year study will explore forms of 'silencing' within healthcare research and practice to improve public trust.

Nottingham gaming event makes players question some of life’s biggest philosophical questions

Gamers will become philosophers for a night at a new event coming to Nottingham next week.

One of the UK’s spookiest immersive experiences comes to the University of Nottingham

Thrill-seekers across the East Midlands will have the chance to try one of the UK’s spookiest immersive experiences when it comes to Lakeside Arts at the University of Nottingham in just two weeks.

University twinning will challenge Russian propaganda and support social transformation in Ukraine

The University of Nottingham has twinned with a Ukrainian university to offer a joint master's degree programme that will improve Humanities teaching, knowledge and research in Ukraine.

Nottingham researcher joins actor Ben Miller to explore the star’s bear-y wild hometown history

Nantwich is renowned for many things, from its medieval timbered buildings to its cheeses and clocks. Yet few people know about the town’s wild past when bears roamed the streets during the sixteenth century –until now, that is.

Ice Age animal bones and Neanderthal tools discovered at East Midlands heritage site are displayed for the first time

Animal bones and Ice Age human tools, ranging from 13,600 to 50,000-years old, have gone on display at the University of Nottingham Museum. The artefacts were discovered at Creswell Crags archeological park on the Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire border and they help us to understand what happened in Europe during the Ice Age.

Mystery portrait is likely to be Raphael masterpiece, according to new scientific analysis

New facial recognition technology has found that a painting by an unknown artist, which has been subjected to numerous examinations and historical research for more than 40 years, is highly likely to be a Raphael masterpiece.

Nottingham researcher wins prestigious global prize for ‘ground-breaking’ research into early Christian and Jewish scriptures

A Nottingham researcher has received a prestigious international award for her ground-breaking research into male-centric representations of maternity and women’s bodies and souls in early Christian and Jewish scriptures.
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