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Polymer-Harmful-Fungi

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Scientists from the University of Nottingham have developed a new way to control harmful fungi, without the need to use chemical bioactives like fungicides or antifungals.
Date:
08/06/2020

Faculty support for the fight against COVID-19

Faculty support for the fight against COVID-19
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How staff and students in the University's Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences are helping during the coronavirus crisis.
Date:
03/04/2020

Globalise your degree course

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Students can diversify their degree course by choosing a language module for credits. We offer 10 credit modules in Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Russian and Spanish. The levels range from Stage 1 (complete beginners) to Stage 6 (near native speaker competence). It is possible to improve existing skills or start a new language.
Date:
17/09/2019

Scientists solve mystery of a fish called Mary's 'virgin' birth

Description
How did a virgin fish become pregnant? Scientists have found the answer.
Date:
04/03/2019

Pink or brown? Humans struggle to identify snail shell shades

Description
How humans perceive colour - using snail shells as a guide.
Date:
04/03/2019

Two genomes can be better than one for evolutionary adaptation

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A story on the natural phenomena of plants with 'supergenomes', and how they can thrive in hostile environments.
Date:
04/03/2019

Language Centre Module Enrolment: Spring semester 2019

Description
Students can diversify their degree course by choosing a language module for credits. At the Language Centre we focus on providing language modules with the emphasis on communication. The modules are supported by the virtual learning environment Moodle, digital classrooms and a Self Access Centre for independent learning.We offer 10 credit modules in Arabic, French, German, Italian, Korean, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Russian, Slovene and Spanish. The levels range from Stage 1a (complete beginners) to Stage 6 (near native speaker competence). It is possible to improve existing skills or start a new language.
Date:
07/01/2019

 

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Nottingham NG7 2UH

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