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Horticultural scholarships

The David Colegrave Foundation (DCF) opens its annual scholarship season this month with ten scholarships up for grabs.

Agricultural careers

Farmers Weekly in association with Tesco has launched a free one-day business event for young people who are hungry for success in agriculture.

National Science and Engineering Week

The turning of the planet, travel around the world, and speeding molecules are among the topics at this year’s National Science and Engineering Week, which will leave your head spinning.

Studying chemical engineering

The number of students opting to study chemical engineering at UK universities increased by 16% this year, with record student numbers totalling more than 2000 for the first time.

Nottingham named as 'world's greenest campus'

The University of Nottingham is the most environmentally friendly campus on the planet, according to a new league table of sustainable universities.

Engineering work experience

A thousand engineering undergraduates from the UK’s top universities were surveyed recently by TARGETjobs and their main complaint with employers was the lack of work experience available to them.

Views on climate change

Direct experience of extreme weather events increases concern about climate change and willingness to engage in energy-saving behaviour.

Helping poorer countries could combat climate change

The effects of global climate change could be minimised by transferring 'best available' low carbon technologies from the rich to the poor nations.

Studying climate change

Plants picked 150 years ago by Victorian collectors and held by the million in herbaria collections across the world could become a powerful - and much needed - new source of data for studying climate change.

Green Flag Award

The University of Nottingham has celebrated a record eighth Green Flag Award - the benchmark national standard for parks and green spaces in England and Wales.