Latest University of Nottingham Stories
A revolutionary biodegradable pellet which slowly releases antibiotics into the middle ear could transform the lives of thousands of children who suffer from glue ear.
A new material that can retain and release heat according to specific temperature requirements could make a significant difference to the cost of heating and cooling buildings, scientists say.
New research into how the bilingual brain processes two very different languages has revealed that bilinguals' native language directly influences their comprehension of their second language.
Scientists said on Wednesday that they have discovered the most distant quasar to date, thriving at a time when the Universe was less than 800 million years old.
Scientists at The University of Nottingham have discovered a molecular mechanism which could bring about the development of new treatments for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) â€” a chronic inflammatory disease of the central nervous system.
Offering Multiple Sclerosis sufferers emotional support through group therapy sessions could improve their quality of life and save the NHS almost Â£500 per patient.
A space flight by millions of microscopic worms could help us overcome the numerous threats posed to human health by space travel.
The genetic 'wiring' that helps a seed to decide on the perfect time to germinate has been revealed by scientists for the first time.
Leading UK Research Institution Vastly Increases Virtual Machine Density with VKernel vOperations Suiteâ„¢ Andover, MA (PRWEB) May 02, 2011 VKernel, the number one provider of performance and capacity management products for virtualized data centers and cloud environments, announced today that The University of Nottingham, a leading UK research university, has deployed the VKernel vOperations Suite for VMware capacity management.
A serendipitous discovery by academics at The University of Nottingham has shown that a simple illusion can significantly reduce â€” and in some cases even temporarily eradicate â€” arthritic pain in the hand.
- Having no light.