October 9th, 2020
In line with many areas of the country, the city of Nottingham and county of Nottinghamshire look set to face local restrictions from next week to manage increasing cases of COVID-19.
While we await official confirmation on the nature and extent of the restrictions, I am confident that we will maintain and continue to increase our research activities and capacity.
This confidence is assured by the immense hard work and progress that we have all made together in ensuring our research buildings and facilities are COVID-secure and observing social distancing and safety protocols.
Of course, we are continuously reviewing our contingency measures and have re-assessed our safety measures to ensure on-campus research can continue to be carried out safely and responsibly within the current restrictions.
Discover more in the latest research update from Professor Dame Jessica Corner, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange.
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