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University spin-out raises £7.5m for research into cardiovascular disease

A University of Nottingham spin-out that is developing a new treatment for patients with cardiovascular disease, has raised £7.5m in funding.

Scientists receive £12.3m to develop biomedical Engineering Biology Mission Hub

The University of Nottingham will lead a national hub that will develop vaccines, diagnostics and therapeutics, benefiting millions of people worldwide, thanks to funding from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).

New spin out will develop rapid diagnostic kits for people with cystic fibrosis

People with cystic fibrosis will be able to test themselves at home for a common bacterium that can lead to a dangerous infection, thanks to a new diagnostic kit developed by experts from the University of Nottingham.

Scientists ‘break the mould’ by creating new colours of ‘blue cheese’

Experts at the University of Nottingham have discovered how to create different colours of blue cheese.

People with eczema needed to help with bathing study

People with eczema are being invited to take part in a new study about bathing.

Personal stories of overcoming mental illness can help others on similar paths to recovery

A new study, led by experts at the University of Nottingham, has found that personal accounts of how people have overcome their struggles with mental illness, have been shown to be effective at helping others with similar experiences to improve their quality of life.

E-cigarettes help pregnant smokers quit without risks to pregnancy

A new analysis of trial data on pregnant smokers has found that the regular use of nicotine replacement products during pregnancy is not associated with adverse pregnancy events or poor pregnancy outcomes.

Novel MRI technique improves the lasting effects of treatment for severe depression

A major clinical trial has shown that by using MRI and tracking to guide the delivery of magnetic stimulation to the brains of people with severe depression, patients will see their symptoms ease for at least six months, which could vastly improve their quality of life.

University of Nottingham targets period poverty with Project Period

Project Period, the innovation that provides free pads and tampons to students and staff at the University of Nottingham, is seeing millions of products being distributed across all seven UK campus sites.

Funding boost to tackle county health inequalities

Experts from the University of Nottingham are part of a research team that has received a multi-million pound investment from the Government to help research and reduce health inequalities in Leicestershire.
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