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How our employment status affects our morals around money

How our employment status affects our morals around money
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Becoming unemployed changes people's morals around the distribution of money, says a new study from The University of Nottingham.

Cellulitis sufferers wanted for a new research survey

Cellulitis sufferers wanted for a new research survey
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Dermatology experts at Nottingham say they need the help of people who have suffered the painful skin infection to design new research to improve treatment of the condition.

International 'Pint of Science' Festival comes to Nottingham

International 'Pint of Science' Festival comes to Nottingham
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More than 30 University scientists will be entertaining pub goers when the Pint of Science Festival arrives in Nottingham

Help women like Leanne, Sue and Lisa, by raising funds for #BreastCancerAndMe

Help women like Leanne, Sue and Lisa, by raising funds for #BreastCancerAndMe
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Leanne has terminal breast cancer. Today (Thursday 5 April 2016) she is one of a group of women helping to promote the University of Nottingham's Breast Cancer Research fundraising campaign. The campaign, #BreastCancerAndMe, has a £1 million fundraising target and to help achieve this the University is asking as many people as possible to join in fundraising activity- holding bake sales, charity events, sponsored walks, and bike rides.

University of Nottingham shortlisted in 2016 THELMAs

University of Nottingham shortlisted in 2016 THELMAs
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The University of Nottingham has been shortlisted for three awards celebrating leadership and management.

Professor Kendall new Provost of University of Nottingham Malaysia

Professor Kendall new Provost of University of Nottingham Malaysia
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A new Provost and CEO is set to take over at The University of Nottingham Malaysia (UNMC). Professor Graham Kendall will lead the campus, the first British University to set up in Malaysia, from August 2016.

Former Archbishop of Canterbury to give public lectures in Nottingham

Former Archbishop of Canterbury to give public lectures in Nottingham
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The Anglican prelate, theologian and poet, who was Archbishop of Canterbury from 2002–2012, will deliver two lectures at The University of Nottingham next week.

University of Nottingham Innovation Park and UK Space Agency combine to offer stellar support for small businesses

University of Nottingham Innovation Park and UK Space Agency combine to offer stellar support for small businesses
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Small businesses developing products and services for the space sector will be able to take advantage of a new incubation programme being run at the University of Nottingham Innovation Park (UNIP).

Have your say and help to shape future research into cystic fibrosis

Have your say and help to shape future research into cystic fibrosis
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Patients with cystic fibrosis, their families and health professionals are being offered the opportunity to shape future research into the condition through the launch of a new online survey.

Male-specific hormone can influence other siblings in the uterus

Male-specific hormone can influence other siblings in the uterus
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Scientists at The University of Nottingham have shown, for the first time, that a naturally occurring hormone which plays a major role in the development of the male fetus can, in the early stages of pregnancy, transfer into a 'neighbouring' fetus and potentially influence the development of female as well as male twins.
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