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Ibn Taymiyya and Benefit (maslaha): 3. The Caliphate and the Law, with Dr Jon Hoover

Ibn Taymiyya (d. 1328) was a famous Muslim jurist from Damascus. This video, part of a series on the concept of benefit (maslaha) in Ibn Taymiyya’s thought, explores how he views the caliphate…

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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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Sports facility access - Sean

A sports facilities access video filmed at David Ross Sports Village with disabled student and sports scholar - Sean O'Sullivan. The video features Sean's journey through the facility as a…

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NUsearch upgrade August 2018

The latest upgrade of NUsearch, our online library discovery tool, went live from Monday 6 August. There are three main changes in this upgrade; the addition of interactive elements via an…

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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 Sharia and Islamic Law

Dr Ali-reza Bhojani explains the distinction between sharia (what is the right way to live as known within the mind of God), the exposition by jurists – fiqh –of what this is from sources…

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NUsearch improvements May 2018

An overview of some of the improvements we've made to NUsearch in May 2018. NUsearch is your online library discovery tool, where you can search and access all of our physical and digital…

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Bovine Musculoskeletal Examination

This video demonstrates how to perform a basic musculoskeletal examination of cattle. It includes assessing the cow during movement and under restraint using a halter or cattle crush. It emphasises…

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Women Students - Stronger Together

There's lots of support in place for women studying at the University of Nottingham. Meet some of our students who explain what it's like to be a woman at UoN, and discuss some of the…

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NUsearch upgrade February 2018

An overview of some of the improvements and new features delivered in the February 2018 NUsearch upgrade, including: Full integration with Nottingham ePrints (repository of all UoN-generated…

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Vlog 2: Research funding - the need, opportunities, support

'Building the support needed to conduct leading research' In his second vlog, Professor John Atherton, Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences,…

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Vlog: How to prepare for exams

Hannah gives her top tips on how to prepare for exams. Hannah's channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCoZGyEMMW4ljy1QakZFgcg

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Alumnus - MMedSci Assisted Reproduction Technology, Pranay Ghosh

Dr Pranay Ghosh, a graduate of the MMedSci Assisted Reproduction Technology (ART) course, talks about his experience of studying at the University of Nottingham. He graduated with Distinction at…

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Neuroscience | work experience, projects and being an international student

Marco talks about his work placement at Eli Lilly and gives tips to other neuroscience students travelling from abroad to study at Nottingham.

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Neuroscience | Australia, research and student life

Eliot talks about his year abroad working in a lab in Australia and gives advice to new neuroscience students.

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Adnaan Shakur - Future Engineer

Adnaan, Chemical and Environmental Engineering fourth year student discusses his industrial placement at RJM International.

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Pepsi - Tim Ingmire

Tim discusses his experiences working at Pepsi including the global impact the food processing industry can have on challenges such as water usage.

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Leadership Award: Sustainability in Campus Design

Since joining the University of Nottingham in 1995, Chris Jagger has brought a visionary approach to long-term integrated planning, development, maintenance and growth of the multi award-winning…

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Abdominal examination in ruminants

This brief video demonstrates the key points to include in a basic examination of the gastrointestinal tract in ruminants. Particularly including percussion and auscultation for a displaced…

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Finding books in our libraries

How to locate books and resources in our seven UK libraries using NUsearch, our online library discovery tool.More information: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/library/collections

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The Future of Research Excellence and Global Impact

Securing sustainable food supplies, ending slavery and developing greener transport systems, are three of six most pressing global challenges the University of Nottingham on the 22 June 2017 set…

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Towards smart production of smart products

In our new industrial age, smart factories will deliver highly personalised goods and services. This demands profoundly new approaches to how we create, manufacture and use products, while redefining…

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Exploring new ways to feed the world

In the face of climate change we must develop new, resilient crops. Yields must also increase to feed the additional two billion people expected by 2050. Future Food addresses the challenge of…

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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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Nottingham Consultancy Challenge - solving a problem for a local community centre

Timi Soyombo, a third-year industrial economics student, talks about the two problems that they solved for The Vine Community Centre - firstly, a lack of volunteers and secondly to increase their…

From  Jackie Thompson A year ago 0 likes 477 views 0  

MyAsthma app to help people manage their asthma

A new and unique smartphone app to help people with asthma manage their condition has been developed by lung experts at the Nottingham Respiratory Research Unit and the pharmaceutical company…

From  Emma Rayner 2 Years ago 0 likes 197 views 0  

Louise, Future Engineer at The University of Nottingham

Louise Wheeler, undergraduate studying Mechanical Engineering student at The University of Nottingham, discusses her industrial placement and the experience she has gained from the University having…

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Daniel, Future Engineer at The University of Nottingham

Daniel Sanham, final undergraduate studying Electrical and Electronic Engineering student at The University of Nottingham, discusses his industrial placement at Renault F1 and the experience he has…

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Steve, Future Engineer at The University of Nottingham

Steve Cave, undergraduate studying Product Design and Manufacture at The University of Nottingham, discusses his industrial placement and the experience he has gained from the University having such…

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Matt, Future Engineer at The University of Nottingham

Matt Farndon, undergraduate studying Chemical Engineering at The University of Nottingham, discusses his course experience and how group work will set him up for a great career in the industry.

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Grace, Future Engineer at The University of Nottingham

Grace Pownall, undergraduate studying Civil Engineering student at The University of Nottingham, discusses her summer placement and the experience she has gained from the University having such…

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Alex, Future Engineer at The University of Nottingham

Alex Grey, third year undergraduate studying Architectural Environment Engineering student at The University of Nottingham discusses his industrial placement and the experience he has gained from the…

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Securing rights and justice for all

We are the world's largest group of rights and justice scholars and advise governments and NGOs around the globe on the creation of sustainable, open and creative societies. More information:…

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Roger Freestone, Industrial Tutor, offers advice to students considering a career in the pharmaceutical industry

Roger offers advice to students considering a career in pharmaceuticals about what they need to know about the industry, the latest development around the world and in the UK, and how students can…

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Carwyn Jones, maths graduate, talks about his first role within the pharmaceutical industry

Carwyn started his career as a medical sales rep (also known as 'carrying the bag') and he talks about what this involves, the training and progression routes. Carwyn is now Partner at Open…

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Cultures, Languages and Area Studies module in a minute: Spanish Theatre & Society, 1936-Present

Dr Simon Breden, Department of Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies, gives an overview of the module Spanish Theatre & Society, 1936-Present

From  Susie Colley 2 Years ago 0 likes 122 views 0  

Cultures, Languages and Area Studies Module in a Minute: Huit Tableaux

Dr Paul Smith, Department of French and Francophone Studies, gives a brief overview of the module Huit Tableaux: Art and Politics in Nineteenth-Century France (1799-1871)

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Cultures, Languages and Area Studies Module in a Minute: Fictions of Self Knowledge

Dr James Helgeson, Department of French and Francophone Studies, gives a brief overview of the module Fictions of Self Knowledge

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Cultures, Languages and Area Studies Module in a Minute: Understanding Cultural Industries

Paul Grainge, Professor of Culture, Film and Media, gives a brief overview of the module Understanding Cultural Industries

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Cultures, Languages and Area Studies Module in a Minute: American Madness Mental Illness in History and Culture

Dr Robin Vandome, Department of American and Canadian Studies, gives a brief overview of the module American Madness: Mental Illness in History and Culture

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Cultures, Languages and Area Studies Module in a Minute: Latino Cultures

Dr Stephanie Lewthwaite, Department of American and Canadian Studies, gives a brief overview of the module Latino Cultures

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Cultures, Languages and Area Studies Module in a Minute: Transnational Media

Dr Mark Gallagher, Department of Culture, Film and Media, gives a brief overview of the module Transnational Media

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Cultures, Languages and Area Studies Module in a Minute: Film and Television Genres

Roberta Pearson, Professor of Culture, Film and Media, gives a brief overview of the module entitled "Film and Television Genres"

From  Susie Colley 2 Years ago 0 likes 110 views 0  

General clinical exam cattle

Vets on farm perform a basic clinical examination of cattle that are ill, as this will guide them to identifying what needs further investigation. This video demonstrates how to perform a basic…

From  Wendela Wapenaar 2 Years ago 0 likes 109 views 0  

The Firth Post-Graduate Seminar 2016

The Firth Lectures take place every other year in the University of Nottingham, and it is the custom to ask the lecturer to conduct a post-graduate seminar on some aspect of her/his work. In 2016 the…

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Daniel Sykes a BP scholar

Daniel Sykes is studying BSc Theoretical Physics at The University of Nottingham and has been awarded an industry scholar from BP for the duration of his study. Here Daniel talks about the benefit of…

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David Ross Sports Village - construction update

Take a look inside David Ross Sports Village as progress continues on the build of this £40m project. Once completed, the facility will be an outstanding, inspirational and accessible sports…

From  Paul Hodgson 2 Years ago 0 likes 1,894 views 0  

Theologians in Conversation; Living Within Limits

Philip Goodchild, the Professor of Religion and Philosophy, explores the notion that human beings have to come to terms with living within limits if they are to live well. Only when we confront our…

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In Partnership: In Research

The Vice-Chancellors of Birmingham and Nottingham reflect on five years of working together in Brazil and the launch of a unique £10m Signature Research Centre.

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In Partnership: In Education

To mark five years of partnership, the Vice-Chancellors of Birmingham and Nottingham consider how the strategic partnership has developed in the area of education.

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LawSoc Puppy Room 2016

Puppies descended on University Park as our Law Society organised a puppy room to calm students’ pre-exam nerves. As part of their Wellness Week promoting mental health, the society invited…

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Gamification Teaching & Learning Seminar: Ivan Lombardi 6 April 2016

Gamification and Ludology Teaching & Learning Seminar Ivan Lombardi 6 April 2016 E-learning community

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Vlog: Uni jargon buster 101

What exactly *is* a fresher? What's the difference between a lecture and a seminar? Who in the world is a personal tutor? Emma's here to explain some of those unfamiliar words you might…

From  Tom Travis 3 Years ago 0 likes 87 views 0  

Why Study The Book of Jonah with Dr Doug Ingram

The Book of Jonah, one of the shortest texts in the Bible, is often seen as a simple short story – and it is this, but it is also something more. The argument of Dr Doug Ingram in this video…

From  Simon Barnett 3 Years ago 0 likes 26 views 0  

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…

From  Emma Rayner 3 Years ago 0 likes 374 views 0  

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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Alison McNab at 2nd December 2015 Teaching and Learning Seminar: Connecting with the Professions

Alison McNab at 2nd December 2015 Teaching and Learning Seminar: Connecting with the Professions

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Paul Greatrix at 2nd December 2015 Teaching and Learning Seminar: Connecting with the Professions

Paul Greatrix at 2nd December 2015 Teaching and Learning Seminar: Connecting with the Professions

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Jon Henderson (Humanities) – underwater archaeology, e-learning community November 2015

Dr Jon Henderson discusses ground truthing digital images of underwater sites and how they can be turned into three-dimensional visualisations. The 3D photo-realistic models produced allow non-divers…

From  Sally Hanford 3 Years ago 0 likes 11 views 0  

Susan Anderson (GEM) - Virtual Microscope, e-learning community November 2015

Susan Anderson (Graduate Entry Medicine) speak about the “virtual microscope” developed in 2009. It is currently used by approximately 1000 students around the University, giving access…

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Summer School 2015

This video was made by one of the students who visited us for the Summer School. For more information about our Summer Schools please visit:…

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Best of Summer School 2015

This video was made by one of the students who visited us for the Summer School. For more information about our Summer Schools please…

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Theologians in Conversation; Where are we in Liturgical Scholarship?

Monsignor Kevin McGinnell discusses with Professor Tom O’Loughlin two questions. First, what does it means to celebrate liturgy today; and second, how does the study of liturgy relate to other…

From  Simon Barnett 3 Years ago 0 likes 11 views 0  

Theologians in Conversation; The significance of the Revised Common Lectionary

Monsignor Kevin McGinnell discusses with Professor Tom O’Loughlin one of the most remarkable, but least remarked upon, developments among Christian churches working together in recent decades:…

From  Simon Barnett 3 Years ago 0 likes 0 views 0  

Theologians in Conversation; The Reims Statement of 2011

Monsignor Kevin McGinnell discusses with Professor Tom O’Loughlin the statement produced by a meeting of liturgists from across a wide spectrum of English-speaking churches knows as the Reims…

From  Simon Barnett 3 Years ago 0 likes 0 views 0  

Why Study Philosphical Morranos with Agata Bielik-Robson

Agata Bielik-Robson, Professor of Jewish Studies, uses the term ‘philosophical Marranos’ of a group of moderns thinkers, such as Levinas and Derrida, whose common Judaism may be a key to…

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Women in Engineering

Female engineering students at The University of Nottingham tell us why more women need to undertake an engineering degree and explain why, if you’re thinking about it, you should just do it!

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Hear from our volunteers, Liz Fradd

A short interview with alumna Dame Liz Fradd, longstanding volunteer mentor and council member here at The University of Nottingham. Hear about why she gives her time. For more information…

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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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