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Smart sensor bandage for chronic wounds

University of Nottingham researchers have secured a major grant to develop a smart wound dressing embedded with optical fibre sensors to assess whether affected tissue is healing well or is infected.…

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Honorary Graduate 2018 - Sarah Gordy - Dr of Laws

Inspirational actor, dancer, model and Mencap campaigner Sarah Gordy MBE was awarded the Degree of Doctor of Laws honoris causa from The University of Nottingham on 12 December 2018. This video is a…

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Why Study Women in 'Q' with Sara Parks

Dr Sara Parks introduces the text that lies behind the gospels of Matthew and Luke – to which we give the name ‘Q’. In turn, this allows her to study what this text says about women…

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Why Study The Aftermath of the Flood in Genesis 8

Dr Tarah van de Weile examines the Genesis story of the aftermath of Noah’s flood. She shows us the complexity of the storyteller’s design and how he want to convey the goodness and order…

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What is a Gospel with Sara Parks

Prof. Thomas O’Loughlin discusses with Dr Sara Parks the origins of the Christian notion of a ‘gospel’ and how it moved from being a political notion in the Roman Empire, to being a…

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Rabbit Face survey asks how cute are these bunnies?

An irresistible ‘rabbit cuteness’ survey has been launched to help animal scientists understand what makes a bunny cute and which facial features make some bunnies cuter than others. The…

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UoN The Hidden Half: Asparagus

Asparagus, Asparagus officinalis, is a well-known spring vegetable enjoyed since ancient times. A recipe including asparagus is included in one of the first known recipe books written by the romans…

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Diversity and Inclusion in Sport

University of Nottingham Sport are committed to making sure our community can get involved with our sporting offer. From our pioneering Welfare in Sport campaign to our supported fitness…

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🚘 Campus CARaoke 🎤 RadioOctave 📻

Next to helm our Campus CARaoke series is RadioOctave! Follow them on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/radiooctaveacappella/ Watch out for more Campus CARaoke videos coming soon! Filmed with a…

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🚘 Campus CARaoke 🎤 Musicality 🎭

First to take to the wheel in our 'Campus CARaoke' series is University of Nottingham's musical theatre society Musicality. Find out more about Musicality:…

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Research explained: Risk of iatrogenic damage to the sciatic nerve in dairy cattle

Associate Professor Wendela Wapenaar highlights some of the key findings from a recently published paper assessing the risk of damaging the sciatic nerve in dairy cattle after injection in the…

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David Ross Sports Village official opening

On Tuesday 16 May 2017 the David Ross Sports Village (DRSV) was officially opened, with students, Olympians, alumni and guests joining the celebrations. For more information about the DRSV…

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Wanted! Nature lovers to join the hunt for the killer flatworm

Community scientists at the University of Nottingham are calling for people all over the Midlands to help them hunt for an alien invader which is preying on the UK’s native population of…

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Theologians in Conversation; Liturgical Ordo with Kevin McGinnell

One of the major developments in Christianity in recent years has been the growth of ecumenical approaches to liturgy. Here one of the leaders of those conversations in the English-speaking world,…

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Parasites clue to why allergies are more common in developed countries

A molecular mechanism which could explain why allergies are more common in developed countries has been discovered by researchers at The University of Nottingham. The experts in parasitology from…

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Study finds hormone levels in hair can affect IVF success

Levels of a hormone when measured in hair can significantly predict the likelihood of pregnancy in women undergoing in vitro fertilisation (IVF) treatment, scientists at The University of Nottingham…

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Why Study The Israelite Identity with Carly Crouch

Identity is an important topic in seeking to understand a religion. It expresses itself in culture, rules about food, marriage, dress, and views of the divine. In this video Dr Carly Crouch looks at…

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Objects of Belief; An Esther Scroll with Rabbi Mendy Lent

Rabbi Mendy Lent discusses with Prof. Tom O’Loughlin a precious item found in many Jewish homes: a copy of the biblical Book of Esther in its original form as a scroll. Mendy Lent gives an…

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Sacred Calendars; Shavuot with Rabbi Mendy Lent

Rabbi Mendy Lent explains the significance of attached to the festival of Shavuot which takes place 50 days after the celebration of Passover. It was this celebration which was continued by the early…

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Sacred Calendars; Purim with Rabbi Mendy Lent

Rabbi Mendy Lent tells the story behind the festival of Purim when Jews still celebrate their deliverance at the time of Queen Esther – as found in the Book of Esther in the bible

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Take part in the UK POLLI:NATION Survey

Dr Sarah Pierce from the School of Life Sciences is on a mission. Sarah's the Open Air Laboratories Network (OPAL) community scientist for the Midlands region and is working with schools and…

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Basic Beliefs of Islam - Last Day; part 2

In the second of two videos, Dr Musharraf Hussain speaks about sin and intercession in Islamic belief with Dr Jon Hoover. The discussion takes up the questions of major and minor sins, God's…

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Kathryn Moss - Connecting with the Professions, Teaching and Learning Seminar 2nd December 2015

Kathryn Moss at 2nd December 2015 Teaching and Learning Seminar: Connecting with the Professions …

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Sacred Calendars;Hanukkah

Rabbi Mendi Lent, who lives in Nottingham, describes the origins of the feast of Hanukkah and how it commemorates the time of the Maccabees and what it means for Jews today: lighting a flame is a…

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Bhavya Dhanaraj - MSc Plant Genetic Manipulation

Postgraduate student Bhavya talks about studying the one year taught Masters degree in Plant Genetic Manipulation. More information: …

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A - Z of Theology; D is for Disciple

Prof. Tom O’Loughlin examines the various meanings of the word ‘disciple’ in early Christian discourse. #a2zoftheology Other videos you may wish to watch include; Why Study...the…

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Why Study the Pslams of the Hebrew Bible with Tarah Van De Wiele

Tarah van de Wiele introduces the Psalter of the Hebrew Bible and why it repays study. This ancient collection of hymns and songs has been valued and used in all sorts of settings for over two…

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Why Study the Hebrew Bible and Anthropology with Carly Crouch

Dr Carly Crouch seeks to demonstrate how the methods of the anthropologist can help us understand complex passages in the Hebrew Bible. She takes the Book of Deuteronomy as a test case and looks at…

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Sarah Lewis lecturer of Advanced Statistics

A short video of lecturer Sarah Lewis introducing her module Advanced Statistics for the Master of Public Health and Master of Public Health (International Health) course. Filmed and edited by Alex…

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What is Project Transform?

In this video Professor Sir David Greenaway, Professor Karen Cox and Professor Sarah O'Hara describe what Project Transform is and how it will benefit the University's staff and students…

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M14346 Comparative Democratic Development

M14346 Comparative Democratic Development with Simon Toubeau

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M12017 Comparative European Politics

M12017 Comparative European Politics with Kyriaki Nanou

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Why Study Violence in the Hebrew Bible with Tarah Van De Wiele

Many people think that the Hebrew Bible / the Old Testament is simply packed full with violent episodes! Dr Carly Crouch and Tarah Van De Wiele discuss this perception and ask how best way to…

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Why Study Crime and Punishment in the Hebrew Bible with Tarah Van De Wiele

Dr Carly Crouch and Tarah Van De Wiele discuss how crime – a wrong breaking a law – and the punishment of crime are dealt with in the Hebrew Bible /Old Testament. Crime and its punishment…

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M13210 Comparative Electoral Systems

M13210 Comparative Electoral Systems with Caitlin Milazzo

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Sailing spiders

In The University of Nottingham's Spider Lab Dr Sara Goodacre and Dr Morito Hayashi discuss the spider's ability to 'sail'.

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Lecture: why do horses get colic?

Professor of Veterinary Surgery, Sarah Freeman, delivers her inaugural lecture on colic in horses.

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Vets in the Community - how Nottingham vet students help the homeless and their pets

University of Nottingham vet students hold vet clinics twice a month at the offices of the Big Issue in Nottingham for the pets of the homeless and vulnerably housed. The 'Vets in the…

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A to Z of Sociology: Public Policy

Dr Barbara Allen, Lecturer in public policy talks about Public Policy and the study of public policy in our A-Z of the School of Sociology and Social Policy series.

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Sacred Calendars; Muharam

Dr Musharraf Hussain, the Chief Imam in the Karimia Institute in Nottingham, describes the significance of the first month of the Islamic Year: Muharam. During it Moslems remember the migration of…

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History of Art 'Module in a Minute' - Art and Power: Paris 1937 by Dr Lara Pucci

History of Art 'Module in a Minute' video for the module Art and Power: Paris 1937 by Dr Lara Pucci.

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Outsmarting the malaria parasite

In the malaria research labs at The University of Nottingham Dr Rita Tewari and her team are trying to identify the best drug and vaccine targets for malaria. Here she explains how.

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Talk on Bambara Groundnut impresses at UK PlantSci 2014

One of the two prize winners speaking in the ‘Future generations’session of this year's UK PlantSci event organised by UK Plant Sciences Federation was Presidor Kendabie. The…

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December 2013 E-Learning community - Gordon Joyes - Mahara

Gordon Joyes talks about the e-portfolio implementation toolkit

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December 2013 E-Learning community - Susanna Ison - Mahara

December 2013 E-Learning community - Mahara. Susanna Ison talks about using Mahara in the BBSRC (Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council) DTP (Doctoral Training Centre).

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December 2013 E-Learning community - Kirstie Coolin & Judith Wayte - Mahara

December 2013 E-Learning community - Mahara. Kirstie Coolin introduces the work of the Centre for International e-portfolio development and Judith Wayte talk about using Mahara in the School of…

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Elma Tambuwun - Preparatory English

Indonesian student, Elma Tambuwun, talks about her experiences of the Preparatory English course run by the Centre for English Language Education.

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Tran Do Ngoc Oanh - Preparatory English

Vietnamese student, Tran Do Ngoc Oanh, talks about her experiences of the Preparatory English course run by the Centre for English Language Education.

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Aliya Tuyakbayeva - Preparatory English

Kazakhstani student, Aliya Tuyakbayeva, talks about her experiences of the Preparatory English course run by the Centre for English Language Education.

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Vo Thong - Preparatory English

Vietnamese student, Vo Thong, talks about his experiences of the Preparatory English course run by the Centre for English Language Education.

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Why Study Hebrew with Peter Watts

Peter Watts explores why it is valuable for someone studying theology to gain a working knowledge of the Hebrew language. It sees it as a key tool in the theologian’s toolkit. You might also…

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Seeing the world through the eyes of an orangutan

A captive bred Sumatran orangutan and a University of Nottingham neuroscientist in Malaysia are hoping to explain some of the mysteries of the visual brain and improve the lives of captive bred…

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Sarah Kulihin - MA International Social Policy

Sarah talks about how Nottingham has impressed her as a place of study.

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Sarah Horner - BA French and History Sarah Horner BA French and History

Sarah explains the different combinations of modules that her degree offers.

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Parahan Pascal - Ningbo City Life

Parahan talks about his experience studying at UNNC.

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Sarah Nussbaum - MA Music

Sarah talks about how she stayed on from undergraduate through to postgraduate study.

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Study What You Love - Arts Courses

Employers talk about the skills Arts students can gain from studying a subject that they love and how these can benefit them in the future. Visit the…

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Study What You Love - Judith Bannerman (Archaeology Alumna)

Judith talks about the variety of skills she developed whilst studying Archaeology and the diverse range of opportunities these gave her after she graduated. Visit the…

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Study What You Love - Andy Souter (Archaeology Alumnus)

Andy talks about his experiences of studying Archaeology and how studying an Arts degree can benefit students in their future career. Visit the…

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