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School children, are looking at a teacher, who has their back to camera, in a classroom

Research from the University and Derbyshire Educational Psychology Service has found that mindfulness sessions can help improve the mental health of school children.

Research into our connection with nature is helping staff at UK's largest conservation charity to understand how people experience places.

A section of the University's Ram.

The University of Derby is sponsoring a colourful 5ft high ram sculpture as part of a city-wide initiative organised by Derby Museums and open to the public later this summer.

Raphael Rowe

Raphael Rowe, presenter of Netflix docuseries ‘Inside the World's Toughest Prisons’, will speak about his life and experiences at an online event, open to the public, at the University of Derby on Monday 26 April.

College building with DIMENSIONS signage

Five degree programmes from across the University of Derby's colleges are being offered to students in the first phase of the partnership, with more to follow.

The Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF) illustrates how higher education institutions support their communities and regions, with Derby performing well in the Local Growth and Working With Business categories.  

Two school pupils in a lesson

University of Derby research centre works with charitable foundation and local enterprise partnership to conduct four-year study in schools and colleges in the North East of England.

Professor Miles Richardson's research showing 'moments in nature' can help wellbeing is a key part of a major new spring campaign unveiled by conservation charity. 

Theatre Arts Senior lecturer Ava Hunt wins C&YPN accolade for her works 'Journey of Destiny' and 'Destinies'

Crayfish pictured in natural habitat

PCR test used to detect presence of crayfish species through water samples as it becomes harder to find creatures through conventional means.