Research news

S.H.E.D in location - shown as arts venue

A simple wooden shed which researchers from the University of Derby have taken on tour to schools and festivals across the region as an arts venue, a research facility or just a space to talk, has been shortlisted for the prestigious Cuprinol Shed of the Year title.

Machine learning project part-funded by Innovate UK will help to improve financial market surveillance.

Nuclear research centre would provide new collaboration opportunities for University's Sustainable Engineering Institute.

Bee on flower

As lockdown restrictions are eased, volunteers are asked to take part in a new study investigating nature connectedness this summer.

Researchers from the University of Derby and University of Nottingham have launched the first research project focusing on those who have had to transition to home working, as a consequence of the lockdown measures in the UK.

Nurse taking blood from a patient

Best practice guide designed to provide better care for haemochromatosis patients.

Alzheimer's carer

The University of Derby is the only UK university to be part of a new three-year project aimed at improving the daily life of informal caregivers for people with Alzheimer’s disease.

Mock-up of phone screens showing new Nature Notes app

Nature Notes, developed at the University of Derby to help improve wellbeing, integrated on popular walking routes app

An acoustic guitar in nature

A competition for musicians and singer/songwriters aged 16-29 whose work fosters a stronger relationship with nature through contemporary popular music.

The University of Derby has appointed Professor Warren Manning to the newly established position of Provost - Innovation and Research to drive forward its strategic ambitions for research excellence, knowledge exchange and commercial and enterprise activities.

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