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Taking the 'sting' out of reproduction

Taking the 'sting' out of reproduction

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Female parasitic wasps have more reproductive success when working together with other females, which can also explain sex biased reproduction, according to new research.
Got a software design problem? Call a philosopher!

Got a software design problem? Call a philosopher!

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A University philosopher is helping a Canadian company develop new event planning and calendar software using his research on the philosophy of time.
New criminology team at The University of Nottingham

New criminology team at The University of Nottingham

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Criminology team joins the ranks of newcomers this autumn.
Binge drinking in pregnancy can affect a child's mental health and school results

Binge drinking in pregnancy can affect a child's mental health and school results

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Binge drinking during pregnancy can increase the risk of mental health problems in 11-year-old children, particularly hyperactivity and inattention, and can have a negative effect on their school examination results, according to new research led by The University of Nottingham.
Layered graphene sandwich feeds hunger for designer materials

Layered graphene sandwich feeds hunger for designer materials

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A sandwich of layers of graphene – the so called 'wonder material' - and hexagonal boron nitride could become the basis for designer materials for novel high-frequency electronic devices.
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.
Pedal power makes pounds for vital research

Pedal power makes pounds for vital research

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A team of volunteers from The University of Nottingham has raised over £600,000 for charity after completing a 1,400-mile bike ride.
New cell model to speed up development of brain tumour drugs

New cell model to speed up development of brain tumour drugs

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New research from The University of Nottingham looks set to improve screening for new cancer drugs and drug delivery systems specifically designed for children with brain tumours.
Grabbing attention to raise awareness of ADHD

Grabbing attention to raise awareness of ADHD

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A new interactive game and educational video is set to tour Nottingham and London to raise public awareness and understanding of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adults.
Praise for raising the profile of HE's 'unsung heroes'

Praise for raising the profile of HE's 'unsung heroes'

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Award for raising the profile of over 700 technical staff at The University of Nottingham.
University launches first programme for financial specialists in China

University launches first programme for financial specialists in China

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The first programme of the new Guangdong-Nottingham Advanced Finance Institute took place last week in China. The Institute has been established to provide training to senior managers from industry, commerce, financial institutes and government organisations.
Microlise and University awarded Technology Strategy Board funding for Big Data project

Microlise and University awarded Technology Strategy Board funding for Big Data project

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The University is working with transport systems company Microlise on a major project to develop innovative new data based solutions in the transport and logistics sector.
Nottingham 3D printing research specialist wins international award

Nottingham 3D printing research specialist wins international award

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An academic from The University of Nottingham who specialises in manufacturing technology, has won a prestigious international award in recognition of his work in 3D printing.
Plant sciences student showcases new crop on BBC Countryfile

Plant sciences student showcases new crop on BBC Countryfile

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Stephen Jones wins exclusive rights to grow quinoa varieties bred for UK climate.
Partnership agreement signed with Chinese pharma giant

Partnership agreement signed with Chinese pharma giant

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A memorandum of understanding has been signed between the University and China Resources Pharmaceutical Group (CRPG), which will see close collaboration between the two organisations in a range of areas.
Nottingham becomes first western university to partner with China's largest internet video company

Nottingham becomes first western university to partner with China's largest internet video company

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The University of Nottingham has become the first western University to sign a partnership with China's online video giant, Youku Tudou, to support China's young filmmakers.
Study supports New Medicine Service

Study supports New Medicine Service

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Research published today shows that the New Medicine Service (NMS), an innovative medicines advice service for patients, could improve patients' lives and save scarce NHS resources.
Vice-Chancellor's Life Cycle team smash £500k barrier as they embark on 1,400 mile challenge

Vice-Chancellor's Life Cycle team smash £500k barrier as they embark on 1,400 mile challenge

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A team of volunteers from The University of Nottingham is setting off on a grueling 1,400-mile charity bike ride, taking in the four corners of Great Britain.
Getting connected in the digital world

Getting connected in the digital world

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A project being led by researchers at The University of Nottingham is looking at whether an innovative scheme, which allows people on a low income to piggyback on the spare bandwidth of their neighbours, could offer Internet equality for all
Rosetta and Nottingham's role in the history of space exploration

Rosetta and Nottingham's role in the history of space exploration

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On Wednesday 6 August, a spacecraft will make history as it goes into orbit around a comet. Rosetta will be the first spacecraft to meet a comet and accompany its orbit around the sun, before landing a probe on the comet's surface.
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