Nottingham-based architects up four places in prestigious listings

CPMG has jumped four places in the prestigious Architects Journal AJ100 – the profession’s most authoritative list of architecture practices in the UK. Published annually...

Nottingham’s Universities to be part of national inquiry

The impact Nottingham’s two universities have on the city and wider community will be heard as part of a national inquiry. The UPP Foundation Civic...

Nottingham questions legality of exclusion from European Capital of Culture award

Nottingham leaders, along with those from five other cities bidding for European Capital of Culture status have urged the Department for Digital, Culture, Media...

Management jobs may be cut in merger between Sainsbury’s and Asda

Management jobs could be cut at Sainsbury’s as a result of its £14 billion merger with Asda. This was announced in a letter from...

Aggregate Industries aims to make road surfacing safer

Aggregate Industries’ Contracting Division has unveiled a state-of-the-art automated data gathering system, which is set to make the road surfacing process safer. Introduced in line...

Queen’s Awards for seven East Midlands companies

Business Secretary Sajid Javid has today named the winners of the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise. Of the 150 Queen’s Award for International Trade winners,...

Lutterworth tech firm strengthens business with strategic acqusition

Freudenberg, the Lutterworth-based technology firm has bought Metflex Holding Company in a deal advised upon by Spearing Waite. Founded in 1919 Metflex specialises in the...

Leicester travel company which sold pilgrimages to Mecca sentenced for fraud

Three men involved in a Leicester travel firm have been prosecuted for fraudulently claiming to be licensed to sell package trips to Mecca for...

Loughborough climbs to 5th place in 2019 Times Higher Education ‘Table...

Loughborough has risen to 5th place in the Times Higher Education (THE) ‘Table of Tables’ 2019. The 2019 ‘Table of Tables’ ranks the UK’s top 30 universities...

EU sees glimmer of hope on budget deal

It might not quite be the light at the end of the tunnel, but the European Union’s Chief Negotiator for Britain’s exit from the...

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University of Nottingham leads €2m project to optimise wind power

The University of Nottingham is leading a €2m High Performance Computing (HPC) project to optimise the sustainable exploitation of wind power in both the...

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