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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).
Tamiflu® saved lives during Swine Flu pandemic, international study finds

Tamiflu® saved lives during Swine Flu pandemic, international study finds

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Patients hospitalised worldwide with Swine Flu during the 2009-10 pandemic were more likely to survive if they were treated with Tamiflu® and other similar anti-viral drugs, an international study led by academics at The University of Nottingham has found.
Turning waste into wealth

Turning waste into wealth

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Nottingham academic contributes to House of Lords report.
Nottingham strengthens ties with Lund to launch joint research projects

Nottingham strengthens ties with Lund to launch joint research projects

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The University of Nottingham is combining its expertise with world-class Swedish institution Lund University to collaborate on four research projects.
Highest accolade for trailblazing low carbon research labs

Highest accolade for trailblazing low carbon research labs

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An exemplar low carbon building dedicated to the research and development of sustainable energy technologies has been named as BREEAM's Education Building of the Year 2014.
Geography students asked to help in search for missing Malaysian jet

Geography students asked to help in search for missing Malaysian jet

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Geography students asked to join the search for missing plane.
Back in the closet – LGBT people in England's care homes

Back in the closet – LGBT people in England's care homes

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Many older lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people feel unable to disclose their sexual orientation or gender identity to staff, according to a new survey of care home staff.
New prognostic test for breast cancer could improve patient treatment

New prognostic test for breast cancer could improve patient treatment

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A study by researchers in Nottingham has developed a new clinical test for breast cancer which aims to improve patient treatment.
The world's evolution community mourns  the death of Professor Bryan Clarke

The world's evolution community mourns the death of Professor Bryan Clarke

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The evolution community has lost one of its most influential figures.
Using evolution to solve future design problems

Using evolution to solve future design problems

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An international study will increase understanding of how evolution works – and how we can mimic it to tackle a range of 21st century challenges.
Stay cool, stroke patients to be offered therapeutic hypothermia trial

Stay cool, stroke patients to be offered therapeutic hypothermia trial

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Patients needed to test the efficacy of 'therapeutic cooling' in the critical first 24 hours after a stroke.
University helps six businesses take a technology leap through £1.2m funding

University helps six businesses take a technology leap through £1.2m funding

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Six small and medium sized benefits are set to benefit from £1.2m of funding to enable them to undertake Knowledge Transfer Partnerships with the University.
Strong teams attract crowds for international cricket

Strong teams attract crowds for international cricket

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The strength of the team — not the promise of a close contest — is the biggest draw to crowds in international cricket, new research has found.
Computer game to find out how digital provenance affects decision-making

Computer game to find out how digital provenance affects decision-making

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As well as giving gamers the chance to enter an online world as a double agent and infiltrate a corrupt government, new online alternate-reality game Apocalypse of MoP also uncovers players' perceptions of provenance and how this affects their decision-making.
New research could signal progress in osteoarthritis pain relief

New research could signal progress in osteoarthritis pain relief

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Researchers from the Arthritis Research UK Pain Centre at The University of Nottingham have discovered a new way to potentially block the chronic and often debilitating pain affecting osteoarthritis sufferers.
A medieval perspective on Scottish independence

A medieval perspective on Scottish independence

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University event explores Scottish question with panel of expert historians.
Powerful supercomputer to offer a glimpse of the early universe

Powerful supercomputer to offer a glimpse of the early universe

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One of the world's most powerful supercomputers is to enable astrophysicists at The University of Nottingham to build a sophisticated simulation of the early universe.
Chinese agriculture sows seeds with Nottingham for unique partnership

Chinese agriculture sows seeds with Nottingham for unique partnership

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The University of Nottingham is working with China's leading agriculture university as its only UK strategic partner to develop joint research and study opportunities.
New eye layer has possible link to glaucoma

New eye layer has possible link to glaucoma

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A new layer in the human cornea — discovered by researchers at The University of Nottingham last year — could shed new light on the devastating eye disease glaucoma, research has shown.
Football and osteoarthritis study kicks off

Football and osteoarthritis study kicks off

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Researchers at The University Nottingham have been awarded funding to find out why so many professional footballers develop osteoarthritis.
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