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Families caring for dying relatives at home need better support with medication management, says new study

Families who are caring for a relative who is seriously ill and dying at home need more support from healthcare professionals in order to help manage their medication, according to a new study.

Presidential role for Pharmacy Professor

Professor Claire Anderson has been elected president of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.

Study uncovers worsening conditions of migrant workers in UK Agri-Food industry during pandemic

New research by the University of Nottingham has found that the Covid-19 pandemic has exacerbated the issues faced by migrant workers in the UK Agri-Food (agriculture and food) industry, making them more vulnerable to exploitation.

New study predicts climate change could lead to significant drop in hours worked and productivity

A new study has predicted that climate change will significantly affect people’s ability to work effectively if the goals of the UN Paris Agreement are not met.

Celebrating Mathematics in Nottingham on 80th Enigma code cracking anniversary

From developing next generation quantum computers and investigating the mysteries of the universe to modelling Covid herd immunity, predicting cardiac risk and most recently revealing why cauliflowers grow in the shape they do, mathematics at the University of Nottingham is making an important contribution to many aspects of society.

Scientists reveal how cauliflowers develop their unique shape

Have you ever wondered how a cauliflower grows into its strange shape? - The mystery of how this peculiar shaped vegetable forms has now been solved by a team of mathematicians and plant scientists.

A taste of your own medicine: 3D printing personalised pills

A team of researchers at the University of Nottingham are using state-of-the-art 3D print manufacturing methods to make personalised medicine a reality.

WHO Director General to give guest lecture at the University of Nottingham

The Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO) will be giving a virtual guest lecture at the University of Nottingham on Friday 9 July.

Experts develop Covid-19 education resource to encourage vaccine take-up

Experts at the University of Nottingham have developed a digital training package to help people in healthcare explain to patients why Covid-19 vaccine uptake is important.

£3.8m bid to ease despair of eating disorders

A University of Nottingham academic will be researching how personal narratives of illness and recovery can be used to transform the way eating disorders are understood and treated in adolescents, as part of a £3.8m research project.

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