The latest lecture in the Schools of Biosciences, Physics and Astronomy, Pharmacy and Chemistry’s public science […]
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Tags: bacteria, School of Biology, science public lecture series
Dr Rita Tewari, Associate Professor at the Centre for Genetics and Genomics in the School of Biology, talks about her pioneering work in the worldwide fight against malaria.
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Tags: Centre for Genetics and Genomics, Dr Rita Tewari, School of Biology
Exposing the secret sex life of the fungus that produces penicillin could lead to cheaper and more effective production of the antibiotic.
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Tags: Dr Paul Dyer, Penicillin, Penicillium chrysogenum, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, School of Biology
Alumni Mike Dilger, of the BBC’s The One Show, has been back to the University both to film and to speak to students.
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Tags: Dr Sara Goodacre, Mike Dilger, School of Biology, SpiderLab
Three people from The University of Nottingham have been chosen to carry the Olympic Torch as it passes through the city on its way to London 2012.
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Former students of a Biological Photography and Imaging course are exhibiting their work in public for the first time
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Tags: Biological Photography and Imaging, Brian Case, David McMahon, Lakeside Arts Centre, School of Biology
Malaria kills a million children each year. Research carried out at the University could help develop cheap and effective drugs to combat the disease
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Tags: Cell Host & Microbe, Dr Rita Tewari, Malaria, Medical Research Council, molecular switches, parasite, protein kinases, School of Biology, Wellcome Trust