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Detailed molecular map of skin layer creates pathways for treatments

Scientists have accurately analysed the tough barrier layer of the skin giving the most detailed molecular map of its structure that will help in the development of new skin products and treatments.

Nottingham academic appointed NHS lead for prescribing

A professor from the University of Nottingham, whose research focuses on the safety of patients, has been appointed as the inaugural National Clinical Director for Prescribing with NHS England, to help tackle the issue of overprescribing.

Home care can help with the recovery of people with schizophrenia in low- income countries

Community-based rehabilitation can help the recovery of people with schizophrenia in low-income countries, according to new research from experts at the University of Nottingham and Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia.

New research network will aim to improve muscle resilience throughout people’s lifespan

Experts from the University of Nottingham will be part of a new national research network to tackle challenges in ageing.

Male jockeys have no more influence over the performance of a racehorse than female jockeys

Experts from the University of Nottingham have found that the sex of a jockey doesn’t influence any aspect of racehorse physiology and performance.

Social inequality expert awarded Fellowship by the Academy of Social Sciences

Social inequality expert, Professor Tracey Warren, of Nottingham University Business School, has been conferred a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.

New research aims to assess the needs of adults with cerebral palsy

Experts at the University of Nottingham are calling on adults with cerebral palsy (CP) to help them with some research to find out how their conditions are changing with age, and what support services they have and need to keep them healthy throughout their lives.

Gin research is just the tonic for distillers

A University of Nottingham researcher is appealing for gin producers to get in touch to help support a research project into the breadth of flavour profiles within the UK gin market, that could help distillers with new flavour development and flavour quality.

New modelling framework developed to improve infectious disease control

A new model to analyse infectious disease outbreak data has been developed by mathematicians that could be used to improve disease tracking and control.

East Midlands volunteers needed for study into vaccine hesitancy

Parents or carers of pre-school children (under 6 years old) and healthcare professionals in the East Midlands are needed for a study about their experiences of vaccination.

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