May 17, 2012, by Fraser
11-16 May: The big stories
This week there is news of the world’s largest study into pre-eclampsia – and it’s being led by experts at The University of Nottingham. There’s also news of the Wollaton Antiphonal returning to the Church it belongs to in digital form as part of the Turning the Pages project. And with May Fest, the University’s annual community open day, coming up this Saturday, there’s a final look at the jam-packed programme. Read on for more
Come to May Fest 2012 this Saturday
This Saturday, 19 May, bring family and friends to visit University Park in Nottingham for May Fest 2012. Our day of free hands-on fun has something for everyone.
Researchers lead world’s largest study into pre-eclampsia
International research project led by Nottingham will investigate the genetics of this potentially fatal condition to improve prevention, prediction and treatment.
Medieval book returns (virtually) to Wollaton church
A rare medieval service book has returned in ‘virtual form’ to the Nottingham parish church where it was used centuries ago.
China’s most dedicated netizens live in Ningbo
China’s First International Seminar on Internet Culture and Creative Industries reveals Ningbo citizens spend more time on the net than any other Chinese city.
- Global Food Security: Farming may not always be just as we know it
- Foreign Office Minister at Developing Solutions 10th anniversary
- Network to be at forefront of international HE research, practice and policy
- University invests in local neighbourhoods through Community Chest
- Six-legged ‘robot’ wins Rolls-Royce award
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