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Prestigious award to support the search for sustainable energy

Prestigious award to support the search for sustainable energy

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A Nottingham professor has received a prestigious award from the Royal Society that will support his research into the development of new materials as sustainable sources of energy.
Answering 'the most important question' about the treatment of MS

Answering 'the most important question' about the treatment of MS

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Patients in the UK are to be involved in answering the single most important question about treating multiple sclerosis (MS), as part of a $10 million international clinical trial.
Frailty calculator to support GPs in targeting patients for better care

Frailty calculator to support GPs in targeting patients for better care

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An online frailty calculator developed by academics at The University of Nottingham will help GPs to identify their most vulnerable older patients for enhanced care.
Horse colic campaign wins prestigious award

Horse colic campaign wins prestigious award

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A campaign to raise awareness of colic in horses among horse owners pioneered by the University of Nottingham's Vet School and the British Horse Society has won the prestigious Veterinary Record Evidence Award.
'Infiltrin' protein discovery could help stop spread of deadly parasitic worm

'Infiltrin' protein discovery could help stop spread of deadly parasitic worm

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The discovery of a new 'infiltrin' protein on a parasitic egg that is responsible for spreading deadly infections amongst millions of people could lead to better prevention and treatment.
University of Nottingham scientist proves theory chemists have waited two decades to understand

University of Nottingham scientist proves theory chemists have waited two decades to understand

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Groundbreaking research led by Simon Woodward,a professor of synthetic organic chemistry at the University of Nottingham, has proved how a catalyst (a small atomic-sized 'machine' that knits together new molecules) in organo-copper chemistry works.

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