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Accelerating fuel-efficient car production with disruptive 3D print process

Accelerating fuel-efficient car production with disruptive 3D print process
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Engineers at The University of Nottingham are developing lightweight automotive components using new additive manufacturing processes to boost vehicle fuel efficiency, while cutting noise and CO2 emissions

Help our mental health researchers fight the blues on Blue Monday

Help our mental health researchers fight the blues on Blue Monday
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The REBOOT study has been set up to evaluate two online support tools for people who experience mild to moderate depression, anxiety or low mood. The team at the Institute of Mental Health is asking the Nottinghamshire public to join the study.

New weapon in the fight against modern slavery

New weapon in the fight against modern slavery
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University rights and justice experts team up with the Walk Free Foundation, a global leader in data-gathering on modern slavery and human trafficking.

The future of MRI in Nottingham unveiled

The future of MRI in Nottingham unveiled
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£9m investment programme equips Nottingham with the very latest imaging facilities for innovative research.

Target freshers to halt spread of meningitis, say researchers

Target freshers to halt spread of meningitis, say researchers
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New research has highlighted the success of a University of Nottingham vaccination campaign in protecting students against meningitis. Public Health England are highlighting the approach as an example of best practice in preventing and managing meningitis and septicaemia in higher education.

Young people could be limiting future salaries by dismissing A-level maths

Young people could be limiting future salaries by dismissing A-level maths
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England has one of the lowest levels of post-16 mathematics engagement among developed countries, according to international comparisons. This is despite the fact that mathematics qualifications such as A-level Maths are linked to higher salaries, as reported in new research.

New MP3 player for Christmas? Don't turn the volume up too loud

New MP3 player for Christmas? Don't turn the volume up too loud
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Experts at The University of Nottingham investigating so-called 'hidden hearing loss' are warning music lovers to be careful not to turn the volume up too loud.

BRAVO! Optimising the performance of brassica crops

BRAVO! Optimising the performance of brassica crops
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Nottingham plant scientists to play a lead role in combating losses experienced by two of the UK's most economically valuable vegetable crops.

'We could make that!' — chance meeting leads to creation of antibiotic spider silk

'We could make that!' — chance meeting leads to creation of antibiotic spider silk
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Antibiotic 'spider silk' - 'click-chemistry' can be used to attach molecules, such as antibiotics or fluorescent dyes, to artificially produced spider silk synthesised by E.coli bacteria.

Global slavery expert is honoured for his work

Global slavery expert is honoured for his work
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Professor Kevin Bales from The University of Nottingham has been appointed a Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG) in the Queen's New Year Honours.
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