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Nottingham secures £162m to support more than 1,200 doctoral studentships

Nottingham secures £162m to support more than 1,200 doctoral studentships

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More than 1,200 PhD students will have their studies funded thanks to record levels of funding success at The University of Nottingham.
International Islamic Finance Research Centre established

International Islamic Finance Research Centre established

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Centre for Islamic Business and Finance Research established in Malaysia
Are you sitting comfortably? The Smart Chair that will 'read' your mind

Are you sitting comfortably? The Smart Chair that will 'read' your mind

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Computer science and engineering combine to make a clever chair.
Curing the 'incurable' — brain cancer doctors welcome new CRUK strategy

Curing the 'incurable' — brain cancer doctors welcome new CRUK strategy

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A Nottingham professor is among leading cancer experts who have welcomed the announcement by Cancer Research UK that brain tumours will be a focus of their new strategy for the next five years.
Thunder and lightning to inspire the chemists of the future

Thunder and lightning to inspire the chemists of the future

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East Midlands schoolchildren to get a taste of campus chemistry.
Developing imaging technologies to improve animal research

Developing imaging technologies to improve animal research

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Reducing the use of animals in a diverse range of preclinical research applications.
Tell-tail MRI image diagnosis for Parkinson's disease

Tell-tail MRI image diagnosis for Parkinson's disease

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An image similar in shape to a Swallow's tail has been identified as a new test for Parkinson's disease.
Treatment could offer protective effect against kidney damage

Treatment could offer protective effect against kidney damage

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Treating patients with a hormone or administering a simple medical procedure pre-operatively could help to prevent irreversible kidney damage commonly sustained during surgery, Nottingham researchers have found.
University awarded £2.85m to develop low carbon engine technologies with Ford and Cummins

University awarded £2.85m to develop low carbon engine technologies with Ford and Cummins

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The University has been awarded £2.85m for two major research projects for the development of new low-carbon engine technologies for Ford and Cummins.
Making sense of genetic testing for heart disease

Making sense of genetic testing for heart disease

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A new study by academics at The University of Nottingham looks at how patients respond to genetic testing for risk of coronary heart disease (CHD).
An 18th century lesson for the budding musicians of today

An 18th century lesson for the budding musicians of today

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University musicologist's documentary airs on BBC Radio 3.
Master of high performance materials research recognised

Master of high performance materials research recognised

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Recognition for technological advancement of high performance materials in the aerospace and automotive industries.
'Brain training' overcomes tics in Tourette syndrome, study finds

'Brain training' overcomes tics in Tourette syndrome, study finds

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New clues shed light on how children with Tourette syndrome can try to control tics.
Stars of independent Chinese cinema to speak at Nottingham

Stars of independent Chinese cinema to speak at Nottingham

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Two leading Chinese film directors will discuss their work, the work of their contemporaries and the state of independent film making in their home country at The University of Nottingham.
Smart technology gives a voice to Latin American migrants

Smart technology gives a voice to Latin American migrants

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Smartphone technology is giving a voice to an 'invisible' UK population as part of a powerful exhibition of photography celebrating the thriving and diverse Latin American community. Full story below…
New marine economy academy at Ningbo campus will have a 'tremendous impact'

New marine economy academy at Ningbo campus will have a 'tremendous impact'

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New international marine economy academy launches at University of Nottingham Ningbo Campus.
Young people with epilepsy significantly more at risk of injury

Young people with epilepsy significantly more at risk of injury

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Children and young adults with epilepsy are more likely to suffer broken bones, burns and poisonings compared to those without the neurological disorder, new research has found.
Does germ plasm accelerate evolution?

Does germ plasm accelerate evolution?

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Research published in Science challenges a long held belief about the way certain species of vertebrates evolved.
Ground-breaking play focusing on dementia carers gets green light to tour

Ground-breaking play focusing on dementia carers gets green light to tour

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Arts Council England has awarded Lakeside Arts Centre £186,893 to tour Inside out of Mind nationally to the widest possible audience of health care workers and the public.
Viking researchers help British Museum translate Norse culture

Viking researchers help British Museum translate Norse culture

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PhD students uncover hidden Norse heritage in UK and Ireland.
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