Following on an exhibition at Wollaton Park in summer 2014, Dr Wang Qi presents ‘Feathers: a dinosaur vision for Wollaton’. Part of the Science public lecture series.
An entire street of eco-houses at University Park has been completed with the opening of the […]
Appears in Issue 72
Tags: Bill Rumble, Creative Energy Homes Project, Department of Architecture and Built Environment, Jay Hensman, Lee Cottingham, Mark Gillott, Mark Group, Mark Group EcoHouse, Mark Group’s Global CEO, Professor of Sustainable Building Design
An innovative product is boosting pregnancies among older women at a Nottingham fertility clinic.
Appears in Issue 67
Tags: Ago Sikolo project, Charlecote Park, Department of Archaeology, Department of Architecture and Built Environment, Dr Naomi Sykes, Dr Nick Raine-Fenning, Education Africa, Embryoglue, Fair Game Initiative, Marie Lander, Nurture Fertility
Architecture students from The University of Nottingham have come up with a creative and sustainable way of helping us shelter from the elements.
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The University’s Environmental Technology Centre has worked with the Nottingham Contemporary on a spectacular exhibition of new works by acclaimed artist Klaus Weber.
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The two presenters of the BBC’s flagship children’s TV programme spent a night in an on-campus eco-house for a show broadcast during Climate Week – which coincided with the University’s own Go Greener Week.
Appears in Issue 47
Tags: BBC Blue Peter, carbon footprint, Climate Week, Co2, Creative Energy Homes Project, Department of Architecture and Built Environment, Dr Mark Gillott, E.ON 2016 research house, eco-home, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), Go Greener Week, Institute of Sustainable Energy Technology