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Careers support for PhD researchers

Kirstin Barnard, Senior Careers Adviser, provides information and advice on how the Careers and Employability Service can support the career development of PhD researchers. Your starting point should…

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Working in a commercial setting with a scientific background

Kiri Granger, PhD alumna and Director of Neuroscience at Cambridge Cognition, talks about her job role and working in a commercial setting. She explores the differences in working in this type of…

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Developing your career during and after your PhD

Kiri Granger, PhD psychology alumna from Nottingham, talks about how she met her future employer at a conference during the second year of her PhD. From starting with Cambridge Cignition as a…

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Academic CVs - final thoughts (5/5)

Senior Careers Adviser, Clare Jones, gives her final thoughts on developing an academic CV and what you can do next. This is the fifth video in the series and if you want to have your CV reviewed,…

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Academic CVs - other academic duties (4/5)

In this fourth video in the series of five, Clare Jones, Senior Careers Adviser, talks about the other academic duties and responsibilities that you will want to reference in your CV. Clare gives…

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Academic CVs - teaching section (3/5)

In this video, the third in a series of five, Clare Jones, Senior Careers Adviser, provides examples of the type of experience you could include in the teaching section of your academic CV. This can…

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Academic CVs - research section (2/5)

In this second video in a series of five, Clare Jones, Senior Careers Adviser, outlines the content to include in the research section. She offers advice on how to present your research and the type…

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Academic CVs - an introduction (1/5)

In this first video in a series of five short videos, Clare Jones, Senior Careers Adviser, outlines how to structure your academic CV and why it's important to keep it up to date. For tips and…

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PhD in Translational Imaging (School of Medicine)

Dr Shahideh Safavi, Clinical Assistant Professor in the Division of Respiratory Medicine, School of Medicine, speaks about studying for a PhD in Translational Imaging at the University of Nottingham,…

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Successful job applications for PhD students

If you're a PhD student applying for jobs in academia or industry, the three 'I's will make your application stand out. The three 'I's are Interest, Immediate and Impact.…

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Studying a PhD at the School of Medicine

Our PhD students talk about what it's like to study at the School of Medicine and Nottingham. They also share their top tips for PhD applications and making the most of your PhD studies at the…

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Mathematics 360 facilities tour

Take a look around the School of Mathematical Sciences to see the range of study spaces available to our students. http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/Mathematics

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Materials Engineering and Materials Design PhD student Fernando Barrera Betanzos

Materials Engineering and Materials Design research student Fernando Barrera Betanzos talks about his PhD and his experiences at Nottingham.

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Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing PhD student Alex Gasper

EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training research student Alex Gasper talks about his PhD and his experiences at Nottingham.

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Discover our world

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Welcome to our world

Welcome to our extraordinary world. A world where we unlock potential, where we equip our students to change the world, and where our pioneering research solves global challenges. Discover our world,…

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Dr Emma Taylor-Steeds, PhD alumna - Using the Careers and Employability Service

During Emma's third year of her PhD Chemistry, she made the most of the help available from the Careers and Employability Service. She had a one-to-one appointment with careers, a CV and…

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Dr Emma Taylor-Steeds, PhD alumna - Sharing her career plans with her supervisors

When Emma decided she wanted to move into industry after her PhD in chemistry, she talked it through with her supervisors. They were incredibly supportive.

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Dr Alasdair Taylor, PhD alumnus - moving into commercialising research

Alasdair is the Industry Programme Manager at The Royal Society. He talks about how his interest grew from an interest in research to how research ideas were commercialised and the roles he then…

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Dr Alasdair Taylor, PhD alumnus - Leaving academia?

Alasdair is the Industry Programme Manager at The Royal Society. He talks about the reasons why he thinks using the term 'leaving academia' is outdated and suggests alternatives.What do you…

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Dr Alasdair Taylor, chemistry alumnus offers advice to PhD students leaving academia

Alasdair is the Industry Programme Manager at The Royal Society. He offers several pieces of advice to PhD students thinking about leaving academia based on his own experiences.

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Dr Victoria Richards talks about how she used the Careers and Employability Service

Victoria talks about how she used the Careers and Employability Service during her PhD studies. The workshops and one to one appointments she attended helped her secure her first job at The Royal…

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Dr Victoria Richards - From PhD Chemistry to Senior Editor

Victoria talks about her role as Senior Editor at Springer Nature and how she gain experience and developed her editing skills during her studies at Nottingham.

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Dr Carl Mundy, PhD alumnus talks about using the Careers and Employability Service

Carl talks about how the Careers and Employability Service helped him achieve his career aim. He attended a range of workshops and now on reflection says he should have used them more!

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Dr Carl Mundy - PhD Astronomy to Data Analyst

Carl talks about how his interest in writing software during his PhD lead to his interest in data analysis. He also identifies the transferable skills he developed during his PhD, through a work…

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Dr Carl Mundy, PhD alumnus, talks about the job application process

Carl, who competed his PhD Astronomy, secured his first position as a Data Analyst with Tessella. He gives an insight into the application process he experienced with Tessella

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Dr Emma Taylor-Steeds - My career journey from my PhD

Emma talks about the career choices she made during her PhD Chemistry and the equality and diversity roles she secured within higher education.

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Peter Mumford, PhD alumni, talks about his role as a trainee patent attorney

Peter studied a PhD in Organic Chemistry and now works in a private practice specialising in pharmaceuticals. His PhD has given him a sound technical grounding which is really sought after within the…

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Dr Tamela Maciel, a PhD graduate, talks about her role in science communication.

Tamela, Space Communications Manager at the National Space Centre, talks about her role and gives advice on the skills and experience that are helpful if you want a career in science communication.

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Dr Tamela Maciel talks about using her PhD within science communications.

Tamela, Space Communications Manager at National Space Centre talks briefly about her role and moving into industry rather than academia following a PhD.

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Amy Prosser, PhD alumna talks about the skills she uses in her role as a senior scientist

Amy talks about her role at Sygnature Discovery and the skills she uses on a daily basis in her role.

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Amy Prosser, PhD alumnae, talks about her choice to work in industry after her research

Amy talks about her role as a Senior Scientist at Sygnature Discovery, why she chose to work in industry rather than academia and she also provides advice to current PhD students.

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Vlog: Postgraduate funding

Looking for some advice about funding your postgraduate degree? Look no further! Useful…

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Dr Steve Cox and Zak Gittings (Mathematical Sciences) talk about PASS [Peer Assisted Study Support] at the March 16th 2016 e-learning seminar.

Dr Steve Cox and Zak Gittins talk about a scheme in Mathematical Sciences where undergraduates in their second year and beyond assist first-years in their transition to university. PASS [Peer…

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Maths Matters: The maths of the brain

Using mathematical modelling to understand our brain functions and ultimately solve real world problems. Visit the website for the School of Mathematical…

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Maths Matters: The maths of amplifiers

How mathematics can be used to design amplifiers with the lowest distortion. Visit the website for the School of Mathematical Sciences: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/Mathematics/index.aspx

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Maths Matters: How does the universe work?

How we use maths in the field of Physics? Described here is how one mathematician is trying to make sense of how the universe works using mathematics. Visit the website for the School of…

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Maths Matters: The maths of roulette

The game of roulette is used to explain probability theory. Visit the website for the School of Mathematical Sciences: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/Mathematics/index.aspx

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An Introduction to the Library for Post-graduate Researchers

Mr Neil Smyth (the Senior Librarian for the Faculty of Arts) discusses with Professor Tom O’Loughlin (Department of Theology and Religious Studies) the importance of the library in…

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Centre for Doctoral Training in Advanced Therapeutics and Nanomedicines

The students of the EPSRC sponsored Centre for Doctoral Training in Advanced Therapeutics and Nanomedicines at Schools of Pharmacy at The University of Nottingham and University College London are…

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Brains Behind the Wheel - could virtual reality teach us to avoid real life accidents

Using their state-of-the-art simulation facility in the School of Psychology scientists at The University of Nottingham are exploring the use of car driving simulators as tools for training and…

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History in a Minute - Emma Lautman

PhD student Emma talks about what it's like to study History at The University of Nottingham

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Women in Maths - Weronika Czerniawska

I am a PhD student. My research area and my passion is Number Theory. I am happy I can do what I love.

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Women in Maths - Suzana Aldwaik

I am a PhD student at The University of Nottingham. In this video I talk about my enthusiasm for my subject and what attracted me to study maths.

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Women in Maths - Lisa Glaser

I'm a postdoctoral scholar at The University of Nottingham, that means I'm not a student anymore but not quite a faculty academic yet. Here I talk a bit about how I got where I am now and…

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Women in Maths - Leah Band

I'm a research fellow at the University of Nottingham funded by the Leverhulme Trust. My working life is spent trying to use maths to understand how plants grow, and my home life is spent…

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Women in Maths - Kirsty Bolton

I am an Anne McLaren postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Nottingham. In this video I talk about how maths has taken me from astronomy to my current research on the spread of infectious…

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Dr Joel Feinstein - School of Mathematical Sciences Lecture Capture, March 2015

Dr Joel Feinstein describes how lecture capture is being used in the School of Mathematical Sciences and the experience of staff and students

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Juan Anzola_PhD Sociology

Juan Anzola talks about his experiences of studying a PhD in Sociology at The University of Nottingham.

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Assylkhan Nurgaliyev, Phd Sociology

Assylkhan Nurgaliyev talks about his experiences of studying for a PhD Sociology at the University of Nottingham.

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Elena Genova_PhD Sociology

Elena Genova talks about her experiences of studying for a PhD in Sociology at the University of Nottingham.

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Eleanor Hadley Kershaw, PhD Science and Technology Studies.mov

Eleanor Hadley-Kershaw talks about her PhD in Science and Technology Studies and her experiences of studying at Nottingham.

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Future scientists explore food with ScienceJennie

How do you encourage children's hunger to learn? How do you inspire a fascination with science? Food is a good place to start. In August 2014, at Sutton Bonington Campus, recent Nottingham PhD…

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Women in Maths - Silke Weinfurtner

In August 2014 Maryam Mirzakhani, a professor at Stanford University, became the first woman to win the Fields Medal for achievements in mathematics, a medal comparable in prestige to a Nobel…

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Women in Maths - Susanne Pumpluen

In August 2014 Maryam Mirzakhani, a professor at Stanford University, became the first woman to win the Fields Medal for achievements in mathematics, a medal comparable in prestige to a Nobel…

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Women in Maths - Bindi Brook

In August 2014 Maryam Mirzakhani, a professor at Stanford University, became the first woman to win the Fields Medal for achievements in mathematics, a medal comparable in prestige to a Nobel…

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Women in Maths - Lisa Mott

In August 2014 Maryam Mirzakhani, a professor at Stanford University, became the first woman to win the Fields Medal for achievements in mathematics, a medal comparable in prestige to a Nobel…

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Women in Maths - Renata Retkute

In August 2014 Maryam Mirzakhani, a professor at Stanford University, became the first woman to win the Fields Medal for achievements in mathematics, a medal comparable in prestige to a Nobel…

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Women in Maths - Ivette Fuentes

In August 2014 Maryam Mirzakhani, a professor at Stanford University, became the first woman to win the Fields Medal for achievements in mathematics, a medal comparable in prestige to a Nobel…

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Women in Maths

In August 2014 Maryam Mirzakhani, a professor at Stanford University, became the first woman to win the Fields Medal for achievements in mathematics, a medal comparable in prestige to a Nobel…

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Undergraduate study in the School of Mathematical Sciences

Find out what it is like to study maths from our own staff and students in the school of mathematical sciences. There are lots of opportunities for our undergraduates as is explained. Find out more…

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Engineering PhD Madness!

Every year the Faculty of Engineering holds an Engineering Research Showcase. This consists of two days of talks, workshops and panel discussions about topics that PhD students find useful for their…

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‘Dietitians Week’: Where are all the male dietitians?

A lecturer in dietetics at The University of Nottingham has helped to start a campaign to encourage more men to consider taking up careers in the field of nutrition. As part of Dietitians Week,…

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Achieve it - Science at Nottingham

You could find the perfect course at Nottingham Browse our courses: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/ugcourses The Faculty of Science offers a variety of undergraduate courses within the categories…

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Eu Sheng Wang - PhD Biosciences

PhD Biosciences student, Eu Sheng Wang, talks about his research developing an edible influenza vaccine for the poultry industry and his experiences while doing a PhD in the School of Biosciences.

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Maysoun Mustafa - PhD Biosciences

PhD Biosciences student, Maysoun Mustafa, talks about her research on underutilised fruits and her experience of studying in the School of Biosciences.

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Tee Choun Zhi - PhD Chemical and Environmental Engineering

Postgraduate research student, Tee Choun Zhi, talks about his experience studying for a PhD in Chemical and Environmental Engineering at The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus.

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Harresh Kasivisvanathan - PhD Chemical and Environmental Engineering

Postgraduate research student, Harresh Kasivisvanathan, talks about his experience studying for a PhD in chemical and environmental engineering at The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus.

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Azlina Binti Amir Kassim - PhD Psychology

Postgraduate research student, Azlina Binti Amir Kassim, talks about her experiences studying for a PhD in Psychology at The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus.

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Making sure the food we grow is good enough to eat

A new Centre of Excellence for Post-Harvest Biotechnology has opened at the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus. It aims to reduce food losses and improve overall quality and food safety.

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The University of Nottingham's Doctoral Training Centres

Professor Jerry Roberts explains how the Doctoral Training Centres can benefit both students and industry. To read more about the Doctoral Training Centres visit http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/dtc

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