February

   
   

Asian tigers urged to reject polluting foreign investors

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South East Asia's tiger economies should prize their environment

Bacteria and nanofilters — the future of clean water technology

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Bacteria used to help refine water cleaning technology

Carbon research with global impact

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New research centre will focus on carbon capture and storage.

Cool spacedust survey goes into orbit

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Astronomers to study icy cosmic dust millions of light years away.

Educating scientists – what does the future hold?

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Public lecture on the future of science.

Engineering the world's fastest swimsuit

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Hi-tech computer modelling makes a splash in international sport.

Going Dutch at Nottingham

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The Dutch ambassador is to attend two day festival at the University.

Helping back pain sufferers to stay in work

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New research to help break the pain barrier.

Hospitals still not smoke-free

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Study shows smoking is still prevalent in NHS Hospitals Trusts, despite ban.

Innovative conference attracts international audience

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The University hosts a major European human rights conference.

NanoWhat? Totally tiny technology!

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The 2008 East Midlands Nanotechnology Roadshow gets underway

Nottingham in 2008 global elite

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Global ranking for the University in latest league tables.

Observing sustainable tourism in Antarctica

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Keeping an eye on valuable natural assets.

Patients guiding stroke research

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Stroke patients are taking a key role in medical research.

President Elect of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

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University professor elected as president of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.

Ringing the changes for 50 years

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One hundred and thirty bell-ringers past and present will gather in Nottingham this weekend.

Smoking during pregnancy can put mums and babies at risk

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New research on the effects of smoking on mothers and babies.

Starring role for film student

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University film student earns a top international award.

Students take action

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Students get into action

The Philosophy of Flirting

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The issue of flirting hits academic proportions.

UN Special Representative visits University

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Top international human rights lawyer to visit the University.

MA in Hollywood Studies launched

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Hollywood in the spotlight with the launch of a new MA course.
 

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