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How can we deliver a healthy, sustainable, carbon-neutral UK food supply? - Dr Peter Noy video

Dr Peter Noy talking head video introducing the Future Food Beacon's food policy recommendations. This was filmed by Sense About Science as part of Evidence Week in November 2020

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How can we deliver a healthy, sustainable, carbon-neutral UK food supply? - animation

1 minute animation bringing to life an infographic produced for the Future Food Beacon by Sense About Science for Evidence Week in November 2020.

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Mental Health panel event Wednesday 1 July 2020

The Institute for Policy and Engagement and the Institute for Mental Health teamed up to discuss the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on our mental health and how policy makers should be…

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Sustainability in Nottingham

From zero waste shops to kilo sales and low carbon public transport, Martha talks about some of the ways you can ways you can live sustainably as a student in Nottingham.

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Vlog: Transport in Nottingham

There are loads of different ways to get around Nottingham and beyond, from buses to trams and taxis to trains. These are Ella's experiences of using public transport around the city. Check out…

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Track and trace - is it safe? Dr Colin Johnson discusses the new app

The public is being asked to help in the national fight against Covid-19 by downloading and using the new NHS track and trace app but is their data safe? Dr Colin Johnson in the School of Computer…

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Why Study the Tragic Festivals of Ancient Athens?

Professor Judith Mossman (Coventry University), an expert on Greek tragedy, explains how the religious ritual of the city of Athens and its annual cycle of dramatic performances were interlinked. She…

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Masters of Public Health (MPH) - the international student experience

Teddy and Evans share their experience of studying public health masters courses at Nottingham, from an international student perspective.

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Masters of Public Health (MPH) - the student experience

Julia and Serena share their experiences of studying public health masters courses at Nottingham.

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Future Food Beacon researchers giving a Science on Tap lecture

This is a brief video of highlights from our Science on Tap lecture, delivered in Beijing, China in March 2019. Drs Kate Millar, Levi Yant and Prof Zoe Wilson gave a talk on the future of food.

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#UoNFreshers - Getting Around

With all of the various transport options, getting around campus and the wider Nottingham area is really easy. Watch the video to find out more.…

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Theologians in Conversation; How to renew the liturgy post Vatican II

Kevin McGinnell and Tom O’Loughlin discuss the challenge of creating an incarnational liturgy fifty years after the close of the Second Vatican Council.

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Why Study the act of Cremation with Kevin McGinnell

Dealing with the body of someone who has died – generically referred to as ‘disposal’ – is a crucial intersection of social custom, religious practices, human ritual,…

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Biorefineries of the future - Energy and bioactive compounds from agricultural by-product - by Kamaljit Moirangthem...

Biosciences public talk series.

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Proteins behaving badly - by Rob Workman

Biosciences public talk series.

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The man from DelMonte, or the Foreman's finger test - by Andrew Rosenthal

Biosciences public talk series.

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Nottingham in Parliament Day launch

Business leaders, politicians and well-known faces, gathered at Nottingham Castle to raise a flag to start the countdown to Nottingham in Parliament Day. Find out more at…

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Why Study Simone Weil with Philip Goodchild

Prof. Philip Goodchild introduces the thought of Simone Weil (1909-1943) who has been described as a philosopher, a religious thinker, a mystic, and linked with any number of philosophers from Plato…

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Muslims in Europe - Opportunities and Challenges - a lecture by Professor Akbar Ahmed

A public lecture presented by Professor Akbar Ahmed, Ibn Khaldun Chair of Islamic Studies at the American University, Washington DC, and former High Commissioner of Pakistan to the UK. Recorded live…

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Dog behaviour- separating fact from fiction - by Naomi Harvey

Biosciences public talk series.

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Avian Influenza - outbreaks and impact on UK consumer demand for poultry - by Christina Siettou

Biosciences public talk series.

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Why Study Dionysus and the Bacchae with Judith Mossman

Professor Judith Mossman (Dept of Classics, University of Nottingham), and expert on Greek tragedy, introduces one of the most powerful of the plays of Euripides: The Bacchae. This gives us…

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Science and the Vikings - by Steve Harding

Biosciences public talk series.

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The Curious World of Environmental Radioactivity - by George Shaw

Biosciences public talk series.

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London PR, Nottingham Internship Scheme

A short video of interns and former interns placed by the University of Nottingham via the internship scheme at Nottingham company London PR. Filmed and edited by Alex Wilkinson of Alex Wilkinson…

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From egg to embryo: or how to make a chicken - by Dylan Sweetman

Biosciences public talk series.

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The chloroplast - Earth's life support system - by Kevin Pyke

Biosciences public talk series.

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Re-designing photosynthesis: the engine of crop growth - by Erik Murchie

Biosciences public talk series.

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M13045 British Public Policy

M13045 British Public Policy with Andrew Denham

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Field experiments at Sutton Bonington, Past and Present - by Debbie Sparkes

Biosciences public talk series.

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Zhanar Gabdullina, MA Public Policy

Zhanar tells us about her experience in doing the MA in Public Policy. She also talks about her experience as an international student. She highlights how extremely supportive the lecturers were…

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A to Z of Sociology: Evaluation

Professor Bruce Stafford, Head of School and Professor of Public Policy, talks about evaluation in the latest of our A-Z video series.

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A to Z of Sociology: Social Security

Professor Bruce Stafford, Head of School and Professor of Public Policy, talks about social security in the latest of our school A-Z videos.

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New views of the underworld: looking deep into the soil beneath our feet - by Karl Ritz

Biosciences public talk series.

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TB in cattle - the answer is not just black and white - By Cath Rees

Biosciences public talk series.

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How do oats, peas, beans, and barley grow? - By Tobias Baskin

Biosciences public talk series.

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A to Z of Sociology: Public Policy

Dr Barbara Allen, Lecturer in public policy talks about Public Policy and the study of public policy in our A-Z of the School of Sociology and Social Policy series.

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Biofortification – a strategy to reduce hidden hunger - by Ed Joy

Biosciences public talk series.

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Innovations in Food Manufacturing - by Tim Foster

Biosciences public talk series.

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Eggs: What’s in the bit you throw away? - by Martin Luck

Biosciences public talk series.

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"What are little boys made of?" it all begins in the Womb - by Ravinder Anand-Ivell

Biosciences public talk series.

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From Biosciences to Business - by Emily Boothroyd

Biosciences public talk series.

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Objects of Belief; A Domestic Goddess

This statue – barely 170mm high – is of the goddess Tanit, an important deity, of the Phoenicians. It is over 2000 years old and reminds us of the domestic, private dimension of religion.…

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Module- "East Asian Business in the Twentieth Century"

Module Convenor Professor Niv Horesh talks about the module " East Asian Business in the Twentieth Century".

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Module - "EU-China: trade, aid and public diplomacy in the 21st century"

Module Convenor Dr Andreas Fulda, talks about the module ‘EU-China: trade, aid and public diplomacy in the 21st century’, which is a new module being offered in 2013/2014 at the School…

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Mohamed Toure - MA Public Administration

Mohamed explains how his course will help him achieve his career goals.

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Laura Noonan - MA Public Policy

Laura talks about the benefits of staying on at Nottingham after her undergraduate degree.

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Ateka Vasram - LLM Public International Law

Ateka describes her interest in human rights and why she chose The University of Nottingham specifically.

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