Upcoming Events

Design thinking to transform your business

17 July 2018

An Ingenuity breakfast event, exploring how design thinking techniques are used in the commercialisation of University research.

Future Food beacon day

18 July 2018

Come and listen to how the new genomics equipment made available through the Future Foods beacon could benefit your research.

Smart and multifunctional roads

19 July 2018

Presented by the School of Chemistry and School of Physics and Astronomy in association with the British Science Association.

How do we see black holes?

20 July 2018

The Penrose Institute and School of Mathematical Sciences present a public lecture from Sir Roger Penrose and Prof Ivette Fuentes, providing insights into cosmology and gravitational wave detection.

Oddsocks Productions presents Romeo and Juliet

20 July 2018

Romantic Romeo is moping to the ‘Rhythm of the Rain’ for his latest unrequited love.

Oddsocks Productions presents The Tempest

21 July 2018

Space explorer Prospero is marooned in a galaxy far, far away with daughter Miranda and a host of madcap aliens.

Summer graduation plant sale

24 July 2018

Come along to the Summer Graduation Plant Sale on Tuesday 24 July 2018.

A critique of linguistic capitalism (and an artistic intervention)

24 July 2018

Presented as part of the Digital Cultures Research Network’s Forum seminar series.

Stroke research workshop

25 July 2018

We need stroke survivors and carers’ unique perspective at our workshop.

Child readers and their books in nineteenth-century Britain

26 July 2018

Colin Heywood, Emeritus Professor of Modern French History at the University of Nottingham, focuses on the society and culture in which children were raised in the 19th century.