This session will present new research findings on the impact of Brexit and Covid on the Midlands’ economy, paying particular attention to the services sector.
A panel discussion/Q&A on the environmental impact of the film industry and how young – and new – filmmakers can make a difference.
A holiday without leaving campus? Come visit the university getaway! This is a place to relax, recharge, and explore what makes a sustainable tourist.
This is the third in a series of five webinars on equality, diversity and inclusion based on research in the Organisational Behaviour & HRM Department at Nottingham University Business School.
This is the second of five webinars on equality, diversity and inclusion based on research in the Organisational Behaviour & HRM Department at Nottingham University Business School.
Organised by Professor Brigitte Nerlich as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science, this panel debate will be chaired by the scientist and broadcaster Adam Rutherford, author of the book ‘Creation: How science is reinventing life itself’ (2013) and presenter of BBC Radio 4’s flagship science programme, ‘Inside Science’.
Tags: Adam Rutherford, Andrew Balmer, biology, Brigitte Nerlich, ESRC, ESRC Festival of Social Science, Hilary Sutcliffe, Klaus Winzer, Matter for All, Responsible Research and Innovation, synthetic biology