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Thursday 28th July 2016

Old man strength: is dad really stronger?

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Sometimes, older men seem to possess incredible strength for their age. People call it "old man strength". But is it an actual phenomenon? Do older guys really retain their strength? Or even get stronger?
Tuesday 26th July 2016

Real-time selective sequencing using nanopore technology

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Oxford Nanopore Technologies MinION sequencer enables selection of specific DNA molecules.
Monday 25th July 2016

Cognitive behavioural therapy useful for people who frequently go to the doctors, study finds

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People with long term health conditions who have a history of going to the GP frequently over two or more years could benefit from cognitive behavioural therapy according to new research at The University of Nottingham.

Proud father in his 100th year attends researcher's graduation day

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A very special guest accompanied University of Nottingham researcher Jane Horne to her graduation ceremony when she was awarded her doctorate this week.
Monday 18th July 2016

Funding for brain tumour research drops despite Government commitments

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A leading expert in childhood cancer at The University of Nottingham says a decrease in the UK's spend on brain tumour research has come as a shock after 20 years of campaigning to get this rare but deadly form of cancer out of the 'orphan' disease category.
Thursday 14th July 2016

Nottingham professor wins national charity 'thank you' award

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Professor Lelia Duley of Nottingham University has been honoured by Bliss, the premature and sick baby charity, for her work to improve the early care given to babies born very prematurely (before 32 weeks gestation) and their families.

Breakthrough in scaling up life-changing stem cell production

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Scientists have discovered a new method of creating human stem cells which could solve the big problem of the large-scale production needed to fully realise the potential of these remarkable cells for understanding and treating disease.
Monday 11th July 2016
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