July 2009

   
   

Calling all young scientists...

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The University of Nottingham's annual Summer Scientist Week tries to understand how children learn from the world around them.

East-meets-west graduation first

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The first MPharm students to split studies between Malaysia and the UK graduate.

England cricket star visits sports camp

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Star cricketer Michael Vaughan will be inspiring young cricketers at sports camp.

Brewery to be built at University

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A £2m state-of-the-art micro-brewery to enhance world leading research into brewing science.

Detecting early signs of osteoarthritis

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New study at The University of Nottingham to find out if inflammation of the knee is an early warning sign of osteoarthritis.

Preparing for the threat posed by community based infections

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Preparing for the threat posed by community based infections

£1m research accolade for plant biologist

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University plant biologist wins prestigious £1m grant for sustainable crop research.

Rocket fuel research celebrated on anniversary of moon landing

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The expertise which helped NASA get its space programme safely off the ground.

Cooking with sound

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Low-cost generator tested by the Score Project in UK and Nepal could help those in world's poorest communities.

Top prize for Islamic insurance research

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Nottingham University Business School student wins top award for research in to Islamic insurance

Global cities, local sites – U21 launches first e-book

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E-publishing innovation will help to improve global collaboration on key issues.

New research to reduce drug side-effects

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Research on side-effects of painkillers could improve prescribing.

New heart disease risk score outperforms existing test

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Independent evaluation show new heart disease risk score outperforms existing test.

Extra financial intelligence for Business School

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Nottingham University Business School has gained Compustat data for research.

Hormone clue to root growth

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Nottingham scientists shed light on how a hormone is crucial in controlling the plant root growth.

Finding a global voice

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Special schools celebrate university based project.

Caustic soda rape — praise for sentence increase

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Nottingham University based charity, the Ann Craft Trust, helps to win justice for victim of gang-rape.
 

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