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New report calls for improvements to UK cattle vaccination

New report calls for improvements to UK cattle vaccination

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Research into disease prevention on British dairy farms has revealed a variation in how vaccination strategies are implemented by farmers and vets.
Stress can activate brown fat

Stress can activate brown fat

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Stress can activate the body's natural fat-fighting defences, a study by experts at The University of Nottingham has revealed.
Crowd sourcing software could help us move house and stay where we are

Crowd sourcing software could help us move house and stay where we are

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Moving your house without actually going anywhere isn't new — adaptive architecture has been around since the 1920s. But that was long before sensors and computing. So, how do we bring all those long held ideas and that new technology together?
Experts in rights and justice speak out during LGBT History Month

Experts in rights and justice speak out during LGBT History Month

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The world's largest group of Rights and Justice scholars will be marking LGBT History Month at The University of Nottingham through a series of events.
Interactive archway offers words of wisdom for Nottingham's Light Night

Interactive archway offers words of wisdom for Nottingham's Light Night

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Visitors to Nottingham's Light Night event are invited to step into an interactive digital archway. Step through the arch and it will learn something about you and give you a piece of wisdom in return.
Exploring the depths of the South Atlantic Ocean since the last Ice Age

Exploring the depths of the South Atlantic Ocean since the last Ice Age

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A team of researchers have discovered that the increased levels of CO2 in the atmosphere during the last ice age did not result from reduced density of the deep ocean as previously thought.
How does your garden grow? Traditional planting of fruit trees promotes animal diversity in the Malaysian rainforest

How does your garden grow? Traditional planting of fruit trees promotes animal diversity in the Malaysian rainforest

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Traditional fruit gardens planted by indigenous communities in the Malaysian rainforest increase the diversity of the animals who make it their home, research has found.
New MRI technique offers faster diagnosis of multiple sclerosis

New MRI technique offers faster diagnosis of multiple sclerosis

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Special imaging process is able to reveal lesions in the brain's white matter that are centred on a vein – a known indicator of MS.
New Study Reveals Who Uses Community Pharmacy for Flu Vaccinations

New Study Reveals Who Uses Community Pharmacy for Flu Vaccinations

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To further understand the profile of people accessing the flu vaccination services in community pharmacies, a new study has revealed an interesting series of insights.
The University of Nottingham receives 'outstanding' rating for its Teach First programme

The University of Nottingham receives 'outstanding' rating for its Teach First programme

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The University of Nottingham's School of Education has again been rated 'Outstanding' for its Teach First programme by Ofsted.
Genocide survivor to give talk at The University of Nottingham

Genocide survivor to give talk at The University of Nottingham

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The University of Nottingham is welcoming Rwandan sociologist, psychotherapist and survivor of the 1994 genocide, Esther Mujawayo, to give a talk about her experiences.
Award for work on tackling 'hidden hunger'

Award for work on tackling 'hidden hunger'

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Crop nutrition expert recognised for work in tackling 'hidden hunger' - work that has been led in the UK by The University of Nottingham and the British Geological Survey.
Nottingham to become Paget's Disease Centre of Excellence

Nottingham to become Paget's Disease Centre of Excellence

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Nottingham is to be officially recognised for its expertise in treating and researching Paget's disease, the second most common bone condition in the UK.
Sir Vince Cable is made an Honorary Professor at The University of Nottingham

Sir Vince Cable is made an Honorary Professor at The University of Nottingham

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Sir Vince Cable is made an Honorary Professor at The University of Nottingham
UK teens heavily exposed to alcohol and tobacco images in YouTube music videos

UK teens heavily exposed to alcohol and tobacco images in YouTube music videos

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YouTube music videos deliver billions of impressions of smoking and drinking in one year according to a new study by the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies.
First all-antiferromagnetic memory device could get digital data storage in a spin

First all-antiferromagnetic memory device could get digital data storage in a spin

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Research shows how the 'magnetic spins' of antiferromagnets can be controlled to make a completely different form of digital memory. This could make our devices smaller, faster, more robust and more energy efficient.
Help the scientists find out why you sound like your parents

Help the scientists find out why you sound like your parents

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Researchers need you to submit a voice sample online to find out if aspects of the human voice are passed down through our genes.
Hitting the 'cellular sweet spot' — new delivery system for regenerative therapies

Hitting the 'cellular sweet spot' — new delivery system for regenerative therapies

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Perfecting the delivery of targeted treatments for regenerative medicine.
Major study to test exercise based therapy in early dementia

Major study to test exercise based therapy in early dementia

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Nottingham team to carry out £2.8m trial to see if exercise therapy can prevent falls in people with early dementia and delay progress of symptoms
Southeast Asia's haze – call for better public information

Southeast Asia's haze – call for better public information

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Academics call for more public information after a study of people's knowledge, attitudes and practices of Southeast Asia's haze.
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