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Could extra rehabilitation help people return to work earlier after a stroke?

Could extra rehabilitation help people return to work earlier after a stroke?

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A research team led by the University of Nottingham is leading a major national trial to find out whether additional rehabilitation support for people who have had a stroke could help them to return to work earlier.
Calves should receive more pain relief during husbandry procedures, researchers find

Calves should receive more pain relief during husbandry procedures, researchers find

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Calves may not be receiving the right level of pain relief when undergoing routine animal husbandry procedures including castration and disbudding, new research has found.
Nottingham enters race to become European Capital of Culture 2023

Nottingham enters race to become European Capital of Culture 2023

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Nottingham has confirmed that it is looking to bid for European Capital of Culture 2023, at a launch event held today (Wednesday 16 August 2017).
Research finds brain responses to lip-reading can benefit cochlear implant users

Research finds brain responses to lip-reading can benefit cochlear implant users

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A world-first study has found that lip-reading may have a beneficial effect on the brain and on a person's ability to hear with a cochlear implant, contrary to what was previously believed. Currently, when someone receives a cochlear implant, clinical professionals delivering rehabilitation encourage them to focus on the sound only, and to avoid reliance on visual language (such as lip-reading) for fear that it will limit how well they are able to learn to hear with their cochlear implant.
Reactions in tiny containers – towards the world's smallest coaxial cable

Reactions in tiny containers – towards the world's smallest coaxial cable

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As electronic devices continue to shrink to meet the demand for pocket sized and wearable technology, scientists are working to develop the minute components that make them work. A team at the University of Nottingham have developed a new approach for the preparation of a coaxial cable around 50,000 times narrower than the width of a human hair.
Surprise discovery in the search for energy efficient information storage

Surprise discovery in the search for energy efficient information storage

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Today almost all information stored on hard disc drives or cloud servers is recorded in magnetic media, because it is non-volatile (i.e. it retains the information when power is switched off) and cheap. For portable devices such as mobile phones and tablets, other forms of non-magnetic memory are used because the technology based on magnetism is impractical and is not energy efficient. In an age of mass data storage and portable devices which collect and process information, the search is on to find smaller, faster, cheaper and more energy efficient ways, of both processing and storing increasing amounts of data.

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