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Accolades for innovation

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Two commercial projects shortlisted for international awards

Creativity and emotion — new exhibition explores mental health

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New exhibition explores mental health.

Beyond cochlear implants: awakening the deafened brain

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Pioneering research, being carried out in Nottingham, into the development of cochlear implants and the future of this technology will feature in a special focus issue of Nature Neuroscience on Tuesday 26 May 2009.

Free heart tests in memory of fellow student

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Students offered free heart tests in memory of fellow student.

Award for pioneering stem cell research to mend broken bones

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£1.12m to harness the body's own stem cells to make new bone grow faster.

Chinese honour awarded to Nottingham Professor

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Prof Alan Dodson honoured by one of the most prestigious universities in China.

Countdown begins for new Academy

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Event looks forward to the opening of the Nottingham University Samworth Academy.

China and the financial crisis

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China will emerge from recession stronger than any other economy, expert predicts.

Accolade for Solar-Hydrogen project

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Prestigious award for developing a new process to produce 'green' hydrogen.

Consumers remain upbeat

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Surprising results emerge from an annual Financial Services Trust Index at the University.

High performance research

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Upgrade to high performance computer that has modelled the evolution of the universe.

Breakthrough in the treatment of bacterial meningitis

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New discovery could lead to better treatment and vaccines for meningitis.

Designs for life

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Students combat crime and terrorism with award-winning designs.

Major funding to help cut CO2 emissions

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University to share in £6.9m to research carbon capture and storage.

Carbon compounds: the language of climate change

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Researchers explore the language of climate change.

Heartlight campaign to offer lifeline for at-risk newborns

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New fundraising drive offers lifeline for at-risk newborns.

Mums-to-be warned dieting could lead to health problems for their children

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Mums-to-be warned dieting could lead to health problems for their children.
 

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