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Growing graphene - blue sky research attempts to replicate nature

Growing graphene - blue sky research attempts to replicate nature

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Ground-breaking experiment could herald the production of high-purity, large-area graphene and boron nitride layers in a controlled way.
Gout sufferers are missing out on recommended treatment

Gout sufferers are missing out on recommended treatment

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Only a minority of gout sufferers in England receive the recommended treatment to cure their condition, according to a new study.
Diagnosing the past to predict the future of Salmonella infections

Diagnosing the past to predict the future of Salmonella infections

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Shedding light on the evolution of human and animal pathogens could potentially allow us to predict how emerging pathogens will evolve in the future and begin to develop better vaccines and other approaches to immune-modulation.
University launches joint venture to help newborn resuscitation

University launches joint venture to help newborn resuscitation

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The University of Nottingham has formed a new joint venture business with Derby based electronics specialist, Tioga, to develop a unique technology which will allow the continual monitoring of a baby's heart rate during resuscitation.
Nottingham product design students wow businesses at showcase event

Nottingham product design students wow businesses at showcase event

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Product Design students at the University impressed business leaders with their design skills at a unique showcase event to demonstrate some of their work.
World-class research recognised at The University of Nottingham

World-class research recognised at The University of Nottingham

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The University of Nottingham is a leading international institution carrying out world-class research, according to the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014.
Bringing new VIEWS to aerospace technologies - Nottingham secures £1.2m research contract

Bringing new VIEWS to aerospace technologies - Nottingham secures £1.2m research contract

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The University of Nottingham is working as part of a major project which will bring new wing design, manufacturing and assembly technologies to market.
Do you speak cow? Researchers listen in on conversations between calves and their mothers

Do you speak cow? Researchers listen in on conversations between calves and their mothers

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Researchers use acoustic technology to translate cow calls.
A sustainable society? £1m to do the sums

A sustainable society? £1m to do the sums

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Mathematics can play a crucial role in helping us to understand and optimise our resources.
Study sheds new light on relationship between personality and health

Study sheds new light on relationship between personality and health

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Genetic study finds links between extraversion and conscientiousness - and the body's immune response.
C2Hear: new how-to multimedia videos to increase hearing aid use

C2Hear: new how-to multimedia videos to increase hearing aid use

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New hearing aid users who struggle to make the most of their device are to be offered help in the form of an educational programme.
Mitsubishi machine donation marks start of new partnership withUniversity

Mitsubishi machine donation marks start of new partnership withUniversity

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The University has been presented with an Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) machine from Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, which will enable unique research to take place into the use of EDM for coating components used in applications ranging from aerospace to medical devices.
Symposium on youth mental health and stigma

Symposium on youth mental health and stigma

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Highlighting the need for public health initiatives and interventions to combat stigma associated with youth mental health.
Experts warn of dangers of veterinary pharmaceuticals to wildlife

Experts warn of dangers of veterinary pharmaceuticals to wildlife

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Calls for a 'one health' approach to the use of veterinary pharmaceuticals.
Coeliac disease does not increase clinical consultations for fertility problems

Coeliac disease does not increase clinical consultations for fertility problems

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Women with coeliac disease present with fertility problems no more often than women in the general population, a study by researchers at The University of Nottingham has found.
Children's falls linked to parents' safety behaviour, study finds

Children's falls linked to parents' safety behaviour, study finds

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Parents of children who fell at home were more likely not to use safety gates and not to have taught their children rules about climbing on things in the kitchen, a study from researchers at The University of Nottingham has found.
New Director for the Institute of Mental Health

New Director for the Institute of Mental Health

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A new Director has been appointed to run the Institute of Mental Health (IMH), a partnership between Nottinghamshire Healthcare and The University of Nottingham.
New chemical sponge has potential to lessen the carbon footprint of oil industry

New chemical sponge has potential to lessen the carbon footprint of oil industry

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UK scientists have discovered a ground-breaking technique with the potential to dramatically reduce the amount of energy used in the refinement of crude oil.
Times Higher accolade for Nottingham research

Times Higher accolade for Nottingham research

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The University of Nottingham has won 'Research Project of the Year' at the Times Higher Education Awards 2014.
Home umpires favour their own teams in Test matches

Home umpires favour their own teams in Test matches

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The introduction of neutral umpires in Test cricket led to a drop in the number of LBW decisions going in favour of home teams, a study has revealed.
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