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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.
National survey to shape the future of hearing loss research

National survey to shape the future of hearing loss research

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Hearing loss researchers are appealing for people with mild to moderate hearing problems to take part in a UK-wide survey to help the future of research into this common condition.
Submerged sites, ancient glass and feathered dinosaurs:  New collaborations with museums in China

Submerged sites, ancient glass and feathered dinosaurs: New collaborations with museums in China

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Academics from UK and China campuses have met with personnel from science and cultural institutions in China to explore new research collaborations.
New Director for Institute of Hearing Research

New Director for Institute of Hearing Research

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A new Director has been appointed to run the Medical Research Council's Institute of Hearing Research (IHR) at The University of Nottingham.
Atoms colder than outer space are the key to futuristic nano-sensors

Atoms colder than outer space are the key to futuristic nano-sensors

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Experts at The University of Nottingham have secured a £6 million grant to build a research facility to prototype a new generation of tiny nano-sensors.
Study highlights under 5s at risk from broken bones

Study highlights under 5s at risk from broken bones

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New information could inform health and social care interventions in target families.
Primary care research in Nottingham shares £30m funding boost

Primary care research in Nottingham shares £30m funding boost

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£30m in additional research funding for Primary Care research and training
Minister encouraged by University enterprise and innovation

Minister encouraged by University enterprise and innovation

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Greg Clark, MP, Minister for Universities, Science and Cities recently visited the University of Nottingham Innovation Park (UNIP) to see how it is commercialising technologies and supporting small businesses and student enterprises.
Putting an end to modern slavery

Putting an end to modern slavery

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Unearthing the details of past antislavery strategies and translating their lessons into tools for policy makers and civil society.
'Smart' drugs won't make smart people smarter

'Smart' drugs won't make smart people smarter

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Healthy students could find their performance impaired by 'smart drugs'.
Why did the chicken cross the globe? (and why should we care?)

Why did the chicken cross the globe? (and why should we care?)

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Why on earth should we care about chickens? They are comical, stupid and their only purpose is to provide us with meat and eggs, right?
Nottingham academic to deliver public talk on the First World War

Nottingham academic to deliver public talk on the First World War

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A University of Nottingham trauma expert is to introduce a classic war film at a free public screening to commemorate the centenary year of the outbreak of the First World War.
Payday loan firms risk "annihilation", says report author

Payday loan firms risk "annihilation", says report author

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A Nottingham academic has authored a report that has promoted the the introduction of a cap on the cost of payday loans has warned lenders face "annihilation" if they do not change their ways.
Festival to bring Notts heroes and villains back to life

Festival to bring Notts heroes and villains back to life

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Famous characters and key moments from the rich history of Nottinghamshire are being celebrated in the Being Human festival which showcases the University's arts and humanities research.
Molecular breakthrough could halt the spread of prostate cancer

Molecular breakthrough could halt the spread of prostate cancer

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Research involving Nottingham academics has shown that a signal protein that plays a crucial role in controlling the growth of blood vessels could be used to suppress tumours in prostate cancer.
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