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Research finds Malawi app 'teaches UK children 18 months of maths in six weeks'

Research finds Malawi app 'teaches UK children 18 months of maths in six weeks'
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Psychologists test global charity's new maths app on children in Malawi and Nottingham.
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/news/pressreleases/2014/september/research-finds-malawi-app-teaches-uk-children-18-months-of-maths-in-6-weeks.aspx
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Uncovering the invisible — exhibition tells stories of Latin American migrants

Uncovering the invisible — exhibition tells stories of Latin American migrants
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Research showcased in unique exhibition which literally gives a voice to Latin American migrants in the UK.
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/news/pressreleases/2014/june/latinamericanmigrants.aspx
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Fighting impunity: strengthening EU support for international justice

Fighting impunity: strengthening EU support for international justice
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A legal expert from The University of Nottingham has presented research to the European Parliament on strategies for strengthening member state support for the International Criminal Court (ICC).
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/news/pressreleases/2014/march/fighting-impunity-strengthening-eu-support-for-international-justice.aspx
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Towards safe and sustainable cooking in Sub-Saharan Africa

Towards safe and sustainable cooking in Sub-Saharan Africa
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University team wins large grant to investigate poor clean cookstove uptake in parts of Africa.
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/news/pressreleases/2014/january/towards-safe-and-sustainable-cooking-in-sub-saharan-africa.aspx
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New study to ensure justice for life prisoners across globe

New study to ensure justice for life prisoners across globe
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In the first study of its kind researchers are to examine life imprisonment on an international scale.
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/news/pressreleases/2014/january/ensuring-justice-for-life-prisoners-across-globe.aspx
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Bringing the real world to the policymaking process

Bringing the real world to the policymaking process
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A major new academic network backed by £4m in funding is to investigate what can be done to ensure key policy decisions better reflect real-world behaviour.
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/news/pressreleases/2013/december/bringing-the-real-world-to-the-policymaking-process.aspx
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Crossing continents — where we drive affects how we drive

Crossing continents — where we drive affects how we drive
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New study looks at the cross-cultural effect on drivers' hazard perception.
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/news/pressreleases/2013/november/crossing-continents-where-we-drive-affects-how-we-drive.aspx
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Spinning out the future of our electronic devices

Spinning out the future of our electronic devices
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Satisfying the world's desire for ever more processing power, at ever diminishing energy cost, in even tinier devices.
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/news/pressreleases/2013/august/spinning-out-the-future-of-electronic-devices.aspx
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Reform of China's science and technology system needed

Reform of China's science and technology system needed
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Political will is needed if China is to produce breakthroughs worthy of a Nobel Prize
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/news/pressreleases/2013/august/reform-of-chinas-science-and-technology.aspx
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Seven-time Oscar winner brings Hollywood to campus

Seven-time Oscar winner brings Hollywood to campus
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US film sound and animation legend Gary Rydstrom at the University to forge new film industry collaboration.
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/news/pressreleases/2013/july/seven-time-oscar-winner-brings-hollywood-to-campus.aspx
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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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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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