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Genetic study shows that the risk of pre-eclampsia is related to blood pressure and BMI

An international study, coordinated by experts from the University of Nottingham, has revealed that the genetic risk of pre-eclampsia – a potentially dangerous condition in pregnancy – is related to blood pressure and body mass index.
An international study, coordinated by experts from the University of Nottingham, has revealed that the genetic risk of pre-eclampsia – a potentially dangerous condition in pregnancy – is related to blood pressure and body mass index.

Study launched to investigate nutrient intake of people switching to vegan diet

Going vegan in January has become an increasingly popular new year diet choice and nutritional experts have launched a study to analyse the nutrient changes in people who become vegan for a short time.

Epic online music marathon will showcase best of Midlands’ talent

An epic one-day online music marathon will bring together artists, composers and musicians from across the Midlands (and the world) this Sunday (29 November), and everyone is invited.

New flavour research is tasty addition to Chinese partnership

An international team of Food Scientists have been awarded funding to study the flavour of one of China’s most valuable marine shellfish that will help with the development of new products that appeal to consumers.

Looking to the past to build food security for the future

New funding will help experts unlock a legacy of soil information.
Experts from the University of Nottingham and the University of Zambia have received funding to help them in their research to promote sustainable agriculture in southern Africa, using historic soil surveys.

Researchers have developed a new theory for observing a quantum vacuum that could lead to new insights into the behaviour of black holes.

Researchers have developed a new theory for observing a quantum vacuum that could lead to new insights into the behaviour of black holes.

New grant to advance world’s first smart breathing tube for mechanically-ventilated patients

Plant research seals importance of microbes for survival and growth

Scientists have revealed that plants have a ‘sealing’ mechanism supported by microbes in the root that are vital for the intake of nutrients for survival and growth.

History detective reveals Civil War massacre cover-up

Research by a University of Nottingham Civil War expert has shone new light on a little-known massacre that took place in Nottinghamshire 375 years ago this month.

New protein imaging method paves ways for next generation biomaterials and tissue analysis

Scientists have established a new method to image proteins that could lead to new discoveries in disease through biological tissue and cell analysis and the development of new biomaterials that can be used for the next generation of drug delivery systems and medical devices.

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