Imagine speed-dating where the familiar questions ‘what do you do’ and ‘what are you looking for […]
Appears in Issue 81
Tags: BBSRC, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Dr Graham Rance, Dr Lyudmila Turyanska, Dr Michael Fay, Dr Rachel Gomes, EPSRC, Ginny Birney, Kit Catalogue, Leverhulme, MRC, Nanotechnology and Nanoscience Centre, Professor Amalia Patanè, Professor Andrei Khlobystov, Professor Dave Barrett, Professor of Nanomaterials, School of Pharmacy, School of Physics and Astronomy, The University of Nottingham Interdisciplinary Centre for Analytical Science, UNICAS, UNICAS Project Manager
Professor Sarah O’Hara delivers an inspirational talk, presenting a different landscape of academic progression, entitled ‘Geographer without a Roadmap’. This International Women’s Day 2015 public lecture is presented by the School of Pharmacy.
Researchers at Nottingham helped create a landmark exhibition at London’s Science Museum to showcase a technology […]
Appears in Issue 71
Tags: 3D printing, 3D: printing the future, 3DPRG, Additive manufacturing, Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Additive Manufacturing, he Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing Research Group, Mary Amos, Matthew Cardell-Williams, Professor Clive Roberts, Professor of Innovative Manufacturing, Professor Richard Hague, School of Pharmacy, Science Museum, Suzy Antoniw
A Nottingham professor’s work towards the development of regenerative medicine has been recognised by the Royal Society.
Appears in Issue 66
Tags: Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, Kevin Shakesheff, Professor of Drug Delivery and Tissue Engineering, Royal Society, School of Pharmacy, Wolfson Foundation, Wolfson Research Merit Award