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How the EU could help more children survive cancer

How the EU could help more children survive cancer
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Children's cancer expert campaigns for changes to EU clinical trials rules to make it easier for doctors to pioneer new treatments.
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/news/pressreleases/2013/may/how-the-eu-could-help-more-children-survive-cancer.aspx
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Last Year

Sanitation app wins World Bank competition

Sanitation app wins World Bank competition
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App designed to give people the power to report poor sanitation wins ticket to Silicon Valley.
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/news/pressreleases/2013/may/sanitation-app-wins-world-bank-competition.aspx
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New app powers better sanitation in developing world

New app powers better sanitation in developing world
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A new mobile phone app developed by a University of Nottingham researcher is changing the lives of millions of people in Africa by giving them the power to instantly report problems with poor sanitation.
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/news/pressreleases/2013/april/new-app-powers-better-sanitation-in-developing-world.aspx
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Lessons from a £1bn fraud whistleblower

Lessons from a £1bn fraud whistleblower
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Former global CEO of Olympus to speak on whistleblowing at University event.
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/news/pressreleases/2013/march/lessons-from-a-1bn-fraud-whistleblower.aspx
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Building Global Engagements — experts meet at The University of Nottingham

Building Global Engagements — experts meet at The University of Nottingham
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World-leading experts in quantum technologies, energy and the digital economy will gather at The University of Nottingham to discuss how they collaborate on a global scale.
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/news/pressreleases/2013/february/building-global-engagements.aspx
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Research criticises young offenders' institution for gang-related violence

Research criticises young offenders' institution for gang-related violence
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A youth offending facility in the East Midlands has been criticised in a new report for taking criminals from rival gangs in Leicester and Nottingham.
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/news/pressreleases/2012/november/research-criticises-young-offenders-institution-for-gang-related-violence.aspx
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Last Year

NHS performance schemes having little impact, says report

NHS performance schemes having little impact, says report
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Many of the controversial incentive schemes aimed at improving quality of service in the NHS may not be working as intended, a major new study has warned.
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/news/pressreleases/2012/november/nhs-performance-schemes-having-little-impact,-says-report.aspx
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Last Year

University of Nottingham helps local brewers find a route to Asian markets

University of Nottingham helps local brewers find a route to Asian markets
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The University is helping microbrewers across the East Midlands to develop stable real ales which can be exported to the lucrative Asian markets.
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/news/pressreleases/2012/november/university-of-nottingham-helps-local-brewers-find-a-route-to-asian-markets.aspx
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Last Year

Cuba one of the world's most literary countries

Cuba one of the world's most literary countries
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How Cuba could teach the world about the power of the written word.
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/news/pressreleases/2012/november/cuba-one-of-the-worlds-most-literary-countries.aspx
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Last Year

New book reveals audience responses to film subtitling

New book reveals audience responses to film subtitling
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Do subtitles have an impact on how audiences understand the movie? A University academic published a book on viewers' interpretations of dynamic interactions represented in films via subtitling.
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/news/pressreleases/2012/october/new-book-reveals-audience-responses-to-film-subtitling.aspx
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Last Year

Chinese-English bilinguals are 'automatic' translators

Chinese-English bilinguals are 'automatic' translators
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New research sheds light on Chinese-English bilinguals' 'automatic' translation ability.
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/news/pressreleases/2011/june/chinese-englishbilinguals.aspx
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Last Year

Collaboration agreed with biggest Chinese drinks company

Collaboration agreed with biggest Chinese drinks company
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The University of Nottingham has signed a five-year agreement with Chinese soft-drinks giant Wahaha to undertake collaborative research.
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/news/pressreleases/2012/august/university-agrees-collaboration-with-biggest-chinese-drinks-company.aspx
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