• Are we Living Through a Narcissism Epidemic?

    “The statement of inadequacy is double-edged. I am inadequate; those who care about me, by their very caring become inadequate for my needs and not really the "right ones””. This is how Richard Sennet describes the central thought process pattern adopted by someone with narcissistic personality disorder, in his...
  • Spill Ink, Not Tears

    Writing can heal. You have probably heard of the health benefits of undertaking activities like yoga, meditation or psychotherapy. But these activities do not help everyone. We all have different needs, preferences and interests. I would like to talk about a method you might be acquainted with – writing....
  • Travel Tips for Adventures Abroad

    It’s that time of year again. Uni is out, holidays are definitely very much in. After a lovely month of work experience and with two trips to Malta and Copenhagen in the bag, I’m definitely overdue starting an important task. No, not my MA dissertation (help!), but ensuring you...
  • 1000 PhD students to be recruited for Research Programme on Ningbo Campus

    The University of Nottingham (UoN) is aiming to recruit 1000 new students in an effort to advance its PhD programme helping to improve the lives of people in China. Thanks to the support offered by the government, UoN will be able to support 1000 PhD students in the new research...
  • Future Food Formulation Factories

    With the advent of nanotechnology and the food industry looking for novel applications to maximise the benefits of food nutrition, there have been key advancements in the nutraceutical market. A Food Standards Agency (FSA) report in 2007 highlighted that the industry is always “looking out for new technologies to...
  • University announces collaboration with Rolls-Royce to develop advanced aircraft engines

    University of Nottingham has announced a five-year partnership with Rolls-Royce and Ansys, two major engineering specialists, to aid the development of innovative technology for advanced aircraft engines.  The collaboration starts with the launch of a research project, AERIS, which seeks to improve modelling and simulation in aero engine bearing...
  • HSBC gives the University £75 million boost

    HSBC has given the University of Nottingham a £75 million boost to help provide ‘world-class’ research and enhance student experience. The University received a revolving credit facility, i.e., an arrangement that allows it to draw down and repay loans any number of times within the agreed loan limit. Margaret...