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Triple Staff Oscar success

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The School of Geography is delighted to announce its success in the 2019 Staff Oscars.
Date:
17 May 2019

Robert Hearn is the most read University of Nottingham author on The Conversation for April-May

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Robert Hearn's article Wild boars run amok in the city of Genoa, as abandoned rural areas are 'rewilded' was read by 39,028 people on The Conversation.
Date:
09 May 2019

Highest ranking journal achievement for Professor Sarah Hall

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Congratulations to Professor Sarah Hall who has been identified as one of three women globally to have published five or more times in the highest ranking journals in the economic geography field (Rosenmann et al 2019).
Date:
18 April 2019

Scientists discover, climb and describe the world's tallest tropical tree

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The team, led by Dr Doreen Boyd from the School of Geography, found the tree in the rainforests of Sabah, Malaysian Borneo.
Date:
18 April 2019

Future Food Beacon Palaeobenchmarking Resilient Agricultural Systems project

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Dr Matt Jones is leading the £1 million 'Palaeobenchmarking Resilient Agricultural Systems' project for the Future Food Beacon Future Food Innovation Challenge Programme.
Date:
17 April 2019

Amanda Burson awarded Rubicon fellowship to investigate Arctic phytoplankton

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Dr Amanda Burson has been awarded a two-year postdoctoral fellowship entitled "Phytoplankton Dynamics in a Freshening Arctic".
Date:
15 April 2019

David Landgrebe Award for Professor Giles Foody

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Congratulations to Professor Giles Foody who will be presented with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (IEEE-GRSS) David Landgrebe Award at a conference in the summer.
Date:
15 April 2019

New funding for Masters degrees

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Midlands4Cities Nottingham funding for students starting in September 2019. Eligibility: All of Arts and Humanities. Selected themes in Law, Politics and Geography. Application deadline: Thursday 2 May 2019.
Date:
12 April 2019

GCRF Hub grant for 'Multi-hazard Urban Disaster Risk Transitions'

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Dr Arabella Fraser is Co-I on a GCRF Hub grant 'Multi-hazard Urban Disaster Risk Transitions', 2019 – 2022, from which Nottingham will receive £220,742.
Date:
12 April 2019

Nottingham researchers to tackle global challenges with new 'Living Deltas' hub

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Suzanne McGowan and Virginia Panizzo were part of a successful GCRF Hub bid entitled Living Deltas and led by Newcastle University.
Date:
24 January 2019
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