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e-Genie tool could grant energy saving wishes for businesses

e-Genie tool could grant energy saving wishes for businesses

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A new monitoring tool for businesses has been developed by researchers at the University of Nottingham to help reduce energy use and cut costs.
Young viewers exposed to 'excessive alcohol content' in Geordie Shore

Young viewers exposed to 'excessive alcohol content' in Geordie Shore

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Nearly 80 per cent of all scenes throughout season 11 of MTV's popular hyper-reality show Geordie Shore contained alcohol content or alcohol use according to the results of a new study.
Biodiversity conservation should be a core value of China's 'Belt and Road Initiative'

Biodiversity conservation should be a core value of China's 'Belt and Road Initiative'

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Environment and conservation experts in Malaysia and China are challenging decision-makers, infrastructure planners and conservationists to work together to mitigate the negative impacts of China's 'Belt and Road Initiative' and look for opportunities for biodiversity conservation.
Computer codes make sweet music for self-playing piano

Computer codes make sweet music for self-playing piano

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Unique computer codes have been used to create an interactive self-playing piano performance
How the temperature of your nose shows how much strain you are under

How the temperature of your nose shows how much strain you are under

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Researchers at the University of Nottingham's Institute for Aerospace Technology (IAT), together with academic staff from the Bioengineering and Human Factors Research Groups, have demonstrated that facial temperatures, which can be easily measured using a non-invasive thermal camera, are strongly correlated to mental workload.
New smart sensor to help farmers spot lameness in sheep

New smart sensor to help farmers spot lameness in sheep

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A new smart device that can automatically detect lameness in sheep is being developed by veterinary researchers at the University of Nottingham and industry partners Intel and Farm Wizard. Lameness costs the sheep farming sector around £80 million a year because the problem is very hard to spot and can spread through flocks if not treated early.

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