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Tropical Biology | Study abroad and travel in Malaysia

Stephanie's highlights from her field trip to Tioman Island, as part of her year in Malaysia on our Tropical Biology BSc. About this course.

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Advanced Manufacturing Building official opening

With manufacturing on the cusp of a technological revolution, a flagship research facility has opened its doors at the University of Nottingham to help future-proof UK industry in a competitive…

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MSc ABBE Course

MSc Applied Biopharmaceutical Biotechnology and Entrepreneurship Course

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MSc ABT Course

MSc Applied Biomolecular Technology Course

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Biosciences 360 facilities tour

Take a look around our Sutton Bonington Campus to see the range of facilities available to students studying in the School of Biosciences. www.nottingham.ac.uk/biosciences

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Zoology | optional modules, field courses and ladybird research

Max talks about the different modules available such as the field course to the Peak District and recommends things for new zoology students to get involved in.

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Zoology | parasitology, work placements and societies

Cyan explains her third-year research project and talks about the opportunities available to zoology students.

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Biochemistry | research, modules and uni life

Emily tells us what it’s like to be a biochemistry student as well as giving advice to those interested in studying at Nottingham.

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Genetics | advice, campus and celebrity snails!

Abigail tells us what she enjoys about studying genetics plus tips for applicants and new students.

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What our MSc Microbiology and Immunology students think of Nottingham

MSc Microbiology and Immunology students share their experiences of studying at Nottingham. Find out more:…

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Why study MSc Microbiology and Immunology?

Our MSc Microbiology and Immunology is a unique course that provides equal learning in the areas of microbiology and immunology. Four students share why they chose the course and what they’ve…

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Tinnitus: past, present, and future

In this Inaugural Public Lecture, attended by members of the public, students and staff, Professor David Baguley discussed perspectives on tinnitus (the sensation of sound when there is no external…

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Securing the low carbon bio-economy of the future

Today, many products are manufactured from fossil fuels using energy-intensive petrochemical technologies. We will spearhead the transformation of energy-intensive economies into low carbon…

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Medical Physiology and Therapeutics BSc Facilities Life in Derby

A video providing a brief over view of the Medical Physiology and Therapeutics BSc life in Derby. Our innovative degree allows you to combine the study of an expansive range of subjects within the…

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Medical Physiology and Therapeutics BSc Facilities

A video providing a brief over view of the Medical Physiology and Therapeutics BSc facilities. Our innovative degree allows you to combine the study of an expansive range of subjects within the…

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Medical Physiology and Therapeutics BSc

A video providing a brief over view of the Medical Physiology and Therapeutics BSc. Our innovative degree allows you to combine the study of an expansive range of subjects within the medical and…

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Snail shells offer clue in common origins of body asymmetry

An international team of researchers has discovered a gene in snails that determines whether their shells twist clockwise or anti-clockwise – and could offer clues to how the same gene affects…

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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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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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How clean is your car - what the microbiologists say

Microbiologists at The University of Nottingham say your car could be dirtier than you think. The discovery was made when the University’s Microbiology Investigation Centre, led by Professor…

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How clean is your car - let's find out!

Microbiologists at The University of Nottingham say your car could be dirtier than you think. The discovery was made when the University’s Microbiology Investigation Centre, led by Professor…

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Kate Flemming lecturer of Applied Epidemiology

A short video of lecturer Kate Flemming introducing her module Applied Epidemiology for the Master of Public Health and Master of Public Health (International Health) course. Filmed and edited by…

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Why Study Pentecostal Theology with William Kay

Professor William Kay, one of the world’s leading Pentecostal theologians, introduces what is distinctive about Pentecostalism in comparison with other forms of Christianity. He points out that…

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Why Study Theology with William Kay

Professor William Kay, one of the world’s leading Pentecostal theologians, gives his vision of the importance of theology. It is concerned with ‘thinking logically about God’ and…

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Ben Mathers_MA Research Methods

In this interview Ben tells us about his experience in doing the MA in Social Research Methods. He explains how the master was essential for him in order to be prepared for doing a PhD.

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Zhanar Gabdullina, MA Public Policy

Zhanar tells us about her experience in doing the MA in Public Policy. She also talks about her experience as an international student. She highlights how extremely supportive the lecturers were…

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Nicole Ocansey, BA Sociology

In this interview Nicole talks about her decision to study a BA in Sociology. She tells us how she had enjoyed the experience so far. She also talks about her role as the President of the Sociology…

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Eleanor Hanlon, BA Criminology & Social Policy

In this interview Eleanor talks about her decision of doing the new BA in Criminology & Social Policy. She tells us how happy she was when she found out that the School was offering this new…

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A to Z of Sociology: Evaluation

Professor Bruce Stafford, Head of School and Professor of Public Policy, talks about evaluation in the latest of our A-Z video series.

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A to Z of Sociology: Social Security

Professor Bruce Stafford, Head of School and Professor of Public Policy, talks about social security in the latest of our school A-Z videos.

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A to Z of Sociology: Community Engagement Module

Current student Khristina Kazerani talks about her experiences of taking the Community Engagement Module.

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A to Z of Sociology: Forced Marriage

Rachael Clawson, from the Central for Social Work in the School of Sociology and Social Policy, talks about forced marriage.

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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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Samuel Shoesmith, BA Sociology

Samuel Shoesmith talks about what its like to study Sociology at the University of Nottingham.

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A to Z of Sociology: The Media

Dr Nick Stevenson talks about the media.

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A to Z of Sociology: Climate Change

Dr Warren Pearce, Research Fellow, talks about climate change.

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A to Z of Sociology: Celebrity

Dr Nick Stevenson talks about celebrity.

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A to Z of Sociology: Social Order

Professor Ian Shaw talks about social order.

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A to Z of Sociology: The Commons

Dr Nick Stevenson, Reader in Sociology, talks about 'The Commons' - or things that we share.

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Faculty of Arts Digital laboratory and research facilities

Faculty of Arts researchers talk about their research and some of the digital and laboratory facilities they use at the University of Nottingham.

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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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A to Z of Sociology: Nationalism

Dr Christian Karner, Associate Professor of Sociology, talks about nationalism, and the links between globalisation and neo-nationalism which have recently emerged.

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A to Z of Sociology: Ethnicity

Dr Christian Karner, Associate Professor of Sociology, talks about the standard sociological definition of ethnicity and the four key questions which arise from that definition.

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A to Z of Sociology: Family History

Dr Anne-Marie Kramer, Lecturer in the School of Sociology and Social Policy, talks about why she is interested in studying family history.

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Prof. Saul Becker - Presentation – Young Carers & Young Adult Carers – Informal Family Care

Presentation – Young Carers & Young Adult Carers – Informal Family Care

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Can we ever mend a broken heart?

Playing cupid - stem cell biologists at The University of Nottingham are looking at ways to mend our broken hearts.

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Achieve it - Social Sciences at Nottingham

You could find the perfect course at Nottingham Browse our courses: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/ugcourses The Faculty of Social Sciences offers a variety of undergraduate courses within the…

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Achieve it - Science at Nottingham

You could find the perfect course at Nottingham Browse our courses: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/ugcourses The Faculty of Science offers a variety of undergraduate courses within the categories…

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Marissa Aliah Binti Zainal - Plant Biotechnology

Biosciences student, Marissa Binti Aliah Zainal, talks about studying for an undergraduate degree in plant biotechnology at The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus.

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Re-writing the research on the treatment of infection

A major breakthrough in the search for alternatives to antibiotics and the treatment of infection could provide microbiologists with a whole new insight into the way germs co-exist with or attack…

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New bacteria resistant materials discovered

Scientists at The University of Nottingham have discovered a new class of polymers that are resistant to bacterial attachment. This high throughput materials discovery could lead to a significant…

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How Ethical are Biofuels?

Researchers at the University of Nottingham explain how their work on Bio-fuel and it's social impact is a pioneering project in the UK. Assuring sustainable biofuels at the University of…

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Lindsey Macdougall - PhD Mathematical Medicine and Biology

Lindsey tells us about her research and how she works with her supervisors.

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Warren Pearce - PhD Sociology and Social Policy

Warren tells us what attracted him to Nottingham.

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Diriisa Mugampoza (Eddie) - PhD Food Microbiology

Diriisa talks about his experience of being a student with a family at Nottingham.

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Oliver Byrne - BSc Biotechnology

Oliver wasn't exactly sure about what he wanted to do when he first started at university, now he's chosen microbiology in plant science.

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Seth Amanfo - MSc Microbiology and Immunology

Seth explains what support there is for him as an international student visiting the UK for the first time.

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Global Food Security

The University of Nottingham understands the diversity of factors that contribute to making food security one of the most important global issues today. Will you help us to identify environmentally,…

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