Latest University of Nottingham Stories
Scientists at The University of Nottingham have overcome one of the significant research challenges facing electrochemists - For the first time they have found a way of probing right into the heart of an electrochemical reaction.
A study conducted in Vietnam has added further weight to the view that parasitic gut worms, such as hookworm, could help in the prevention and treatment of asthma and other allergies.
A skeleton, found at one of the most important, but least understood, Roman sites in Britain is puzzling experts from The University of Nottingham.
Have you ever noticed that people have thinner arms and legs as they get older? As we age it becomes harder to keep our muscles healthy. They get smaller, which decreases strength and increases the likelihood of falls and fractures. New research is showing how this happens â€” and what to do about it.
Researchers at The University of Nottingham have a new weapon in their arsenal of tools to push back the boundaries of science, engineering, veterinary medicine and archaeology.
Experts at The University of Nottingham and Loughborough University have produced research which proves that Premier League clubs who have long-term managers are more successful than those who change their managers on a frequent basis.
A severe crisis in the music industry is seriously depleting the UKâ€™s recording studio sector, according to new research from The University of Nottingham.
Significant numbers of children in the UK are suffering from preventable levels of disability, particularly blindness, and premature death because of poor diagnosis of brain tumors.
Can computers solve the logistical nightmare of planning English football fixtures?
A 1930s house built in 2008 is about to undergo the first of three energy efficiency upgrades which will ultimately convert an energy inefficient house into a zero carbon home designed to meet the Governmentâ€™s 2016 COÂ² targets for all new housing.
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