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A student invention to ensure your balls are match fit

A team of mechanical engineering students at the University of Nottingham has developed a portable impact tester to accurately gauge the rebound of a tennis ball.

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New materials paving the way for the next generation of solar devices

The University of Nottingham’s cross cutting energy research is leading the way in the development of new solar energy technologies that could have global impact. Energy Technologies…

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Securing a low-carbon future

Nottingham's sustainable energy researchers on how new technologies and materials, systems and people can interact to secure a low-carbon future. More…

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Helium Lost in Space

Helium is a non-renewable resource and is essential in supporting research into drug discovery to cure diseases such as Alzheimer’s and at current usage rates will be exhausted by 2050. The…

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Creative Energy Homes

A long-term development of “Creative Energy Homes” on the University of Nottingham campus provides a living test-site to work with the University investigating integration of energy…

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Archi Sarroza - EngD Efficient Energy Technologies

Archi tells us why Engineering has always appealed to him and relating what he’s learning into real life situations.

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