Posts tagged with ‘Royal Society’

Take part in the Royal Society Pairing Scheme

Do you get frustrated about the use of evidence in government policy making? Do you want […]

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2015 Midlands Newton Summit – register now

Monday 9 November National College Learning and Conference Centre, Jubilee Campus The 2015 Midlands Newton Summit […]

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The 2015 Midlands Newton Summit: Celebrating Science Diplomacy

The 2015 Midlands Newton Summit brings together researchers, diplomats, policymakers and partners from across the globe to celebrate the impact of UK science diplomacy. Featuring a broad range of excellent speakers, masterclass sessions and an opportunity for researchers, businesses and policymakers to showcase the many stories of inspiration and excellence that have already emerged from the Newton Fund, and discuss the future of wider UK science diplomacy.

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Nottingham physicist receives medal for ‘pioneering’ work with dark energy

Dr Clare Burrage has been awarded the Maxwell medal and prize by the Institute of Physics […]

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Professor Martyn Poliakoff knighted

Professor Martyn Poliakoff was knighted in the Queen’s New Year Honours 2015. Professor Poliakoff received the […]

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Newton Fund

Newton Fund: building science and innovation capacity in developing countries A range of international collaboration opportunities […]

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Royal Society award

A Nottingham professor’s work towards the development of regenerative medicine has been recognised by the Royal Society.

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Casting light on natural charms

Mathematicians at the University are helping to build understanding of how iridescent petals attract insects.

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Royal Society honour for Martyn

An academic at The University of Nottingham has received one of the science world’s highest honours.

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