Innovative teaching not technology alone has 'greatest impact' in the classroom, report finds
Digital technologies in the classroom must go hand in hand with innovative teaching to have a true impact on educational achievements, research involving academics at The University of Nottingham has shown.
Automatic imitation is not only a human trait, research finds
Exploring religion, youth and sexuality
Sexuality and religion are generally considered uncomfortable bedfellows. Now, for the first time, a team of researchers from Nottingham have carried out a detailed study around these issues and how they affect and influence ...
A human approach to computer processing
A more human approach to processing raw data could change the way that computers deal with information, according to academics at The University of Nottingham.
Servants and masters -- the Chatterley trial
It was one of the defining legal battles of the twentieth century. A courtroom drama which tackled issues of class, gender relations, sexuality, morality and censorship head on.
Sex life of killer fungus finally revealed
Could 'training the brain' help children with Tourette syndrome?
Children with Tourette syndrome could benefit from behavioural therapy to reduce their symptoms, according to a new brain imaging study.
Scientists identify childhood brain cancer genes
Scientists at The University of Nottingham have isolated three important genes involved in the development of a type of childhood brain cancer. The breakthrough is revealed in a study published in the British Journal of Ca ...
More support needed for women to beat menopause 'taboo' in the workplace
Working through the menopause presents a major challenge for millions of women as they struggle to deal with symptoms, according to new research.
The truth about bonuses
Bankers may well love them by the billion, but new research has claimed bonuses don't actually make us work any harder.
Keeping soft fruit 'fur-free' for longer
A new way of improving the shelf life of soft fruit like strawberries and raspberries is being pioneered by researchers at the University of Nottingham.Millions of tons of soft fruit go to waste each year through mold developing ...
Valentine's Day can be scientific, romantic
Who said there is no romance in science? Well there is, and it comes in many different chemical compounds!
Real pilots and 'virtual flyers' go head-to-head
(PhysOrg.com) -- Stunt pilots have raced against computer-generated opponents for the first time — in a contest that combines the real and the 'virtual' at 250 miles per hour.