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The slaves on our streets

The slaves on our streets
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A new smartphone app, developed by academics at the University to measure the scale of modern slavery at hand car washes, is set to provide a powerful tool in the fight against modern slavery.
Date:
29/06/2018

The greatest adventure: studying languages in a global world

The greatest adventure: studying languages in a global world
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In our globalised world, we can communicate and connect with more people than ever before. This makes studying a language increasingly important. We look at how languages are crucial to preparing the future generation for a new world.
Date:
28/06/2018

Nottingham climbs up world rankings

Nottingham climbs up world rankings
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We've consolidated our position among the top 100 universities in the world, climbing two places in the 2019 QS World University Rankings.
Date:
27/06/2018

Five simple strategies to invigorate your job search

Five simple strategies to invigorate your job search
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Are you looking to move onto the next step of the career ladder? Or perhaps you want to secure a job after taking some time out? Take a look at our five simple strategies to invigorate your job search.
Date:
27/06/2018

New brain-controlled film lets you choose the storyline

New brain-controlled film lets you choose the storyline
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What if the next time you stifled a yawn in the cinema, the plot of the film suddenly changed to try and regain your attention? That's the idea behind an innovative new brain-controlled film project created by University of Nottingham Computer Science PhD researcher Richard Ramchurn.
Date:
31/05/2018

Turning plants into cures

Turning plants into cures
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Dengue Fever is one of the world's most dangerous tropical diseases, infecting more than 400 million people each year. As incidences worldwide grow dramatically, researchers at our Malaysia Campus are applying new approaches to traditional herbal remedies to find a plant-based cure for this disease.
Date:
31/05/2018

Transforming the Great British Queue

Transforming the Great British Queue
Description
Three alumni were the big winners at the UK's largest innovation event. Amos Teshuva (BSc Economics, 2014), Frazer Harper and Archie Kennedy-Dyson (Computer Science, 2017) created WalkIn - a clever app that saves diners time by 'queueing for them' at restaurants. We asked the guys to share how their business idea started.
Date:
30/05/2018

Giving talent a catalyst

Giving talent a catalyst
Description
Growing up in inner-city London, Mikail Ozer (Medicine (Clinical), 2015) found himself facing some very difficult life choices. But thanks to alumni gifts to the University's scholarship and widening participation programmes, Mikail was able to follow his dream to study medicine. Guest speaker at our recent House of Lords alumni reception, this is Mikail's story of how he became a doctor.
Date:
24/05/2018

How to turn your idea into a business

How to turn your idea into a business
Description
Young entrepreneur Olivia Swift to share her top tips on how to turn your lightbulb moment into a successful business.
Date:
26/04/2018

Innovative UK-China collaboration to improve GP primary care training

Innovative UK-China collaboration to improve GP primary care training
Description
A unique collaboration between Nottingham's UK and China campuses is set to benefit GPs of the future – and their patients – by driving forward improvements in clinical training in both countries.
Date:
26/04/2018
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