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Clinical trial to test two treatments for vitiligo sufferers

Clinical trial to test two treatments for vitiligo sufferers
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Dermatologists are testing the effectiveness of a special UVB light treatment on the condition. Vitiligo affects 1% of the population and leaves them with white patches on their skin.

How artificially-intelligent medical devices will one day treat cancer and critical care patients

How artificially-intelligent medical devices will one day treat cancer and critical care patients
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The Universities of Nottingham, Oxford and Warwick are leading 'blue sky' research into artificially-intelligent medical devices that will improve treatment for cancer and intensive care patients and those with chronic wounds.

Bright spots shine light on the future of endangered coral reefs

Bright spots shine light on the future of endangered coral reefs
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Largest study of its kind has found areas of endangered coral where against the odds there were a lot more fish than expected. The work offers hope of a promise of a radical new approach to conservation.

MRI scans could improve our understanding of dyspraxia

MRI scans could improve our understanding of dyspraxia
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Volunteers needed to help a new research team using MRI scanning to learn more about the role of the cerebellum in Dyspraxia.

University Vet School teams up with RSPCA and Cats Protection to offer Derby pet owners free medical care for their animals

University Vet School teams up with RSPCA and Cats Protection to offer Derby pet owners free medical care for their animals
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Veterinary experts at The University of Nottingham have been helping to offer free care to pet owners in Derby as part of a scheme to tackle a cat overpopulation crisis in one area of the city.

Ultimate frisbee team flying high

Ultimate frisbee team flying high
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A group of students and alumni from The University of Nottingham Ningbo (UNNC) are set to take on the world at Ultimate Frisbee.

New smart technology to help people with brain injuries

New smart technology to help people with brain injuries
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University psychologists and rehabilitation experts adapt and test a new assistive technology to help people with brain injury live more independent lives.

Soft-core pornography viewers 'unlikely to hold positive attitudes towards women'

Soft-core pornography viewers 'unlikely to hold positive attitudes towards women'
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Study by forensic psychologists also concludes viewers become desensitised to soft core text and images common in newspapers, adverts and the media.

Fun for all the family at University's Picnic in the Park

Fun for all the family at University's Picnic in the Park
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What better place to enjoy a picnic than the beautiful landscaped grounds of University Park? Picnic in the Park takes place between noon and 3pm on Sunday 26 June in the Millennium Garden, located in the heart of The University of Nottingham's award-winning University Park Campus.

OBE for leading academic with internationalisation at her heart

OBE for leading academic with internationalisation at her heart
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Professor Christine Ennew, Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Provost of The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus (UNMC), has been appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the Queen's Birthday Honours list for her contribution to international higher education.
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