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Healthcare technologies dominates awards ceremony

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The University of Nottingham showed its strength in depth in healthcare technologies at its 2018 Knowledge Exchange and Impact Awards, with three of the awards for its healthcare excellence. CHT's Professor Barrie Hayes-Gill scooped top honour, the Vice Chancellor's award, for his sustained excellence in Knowledge Exchange.

Launch of new renal imaging project to transform diagnosis and treatment of kidney disease

Launch of new renal imaging project to transform diagnosis and treatment of kidney disease
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New non-invasive renal imaging has the potential to transform diagnosis and treatment of kidney disease, improve the management of kidney patients and accelerating new drug discovery.

Prof Dan Clark awarded Innovation Gold Medal by IPEM

Prof Dan Clark awarded Innovation Gold Medal by IPEM
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Prof Dan Clark awarded Innovation Gold Medal by IPEM for outstanding contribution to innovation resulting in translation into clinical practice.

Research shortlisted for TES awards

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Two products developed by members of the Centre for Healthcare Technology have been shortlisted in two categories at the Times Higher Education awards.

First language study using new generation of wearable brain scanner

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Scientists have carried out the first study of human cognition using a new generation of brain scanner that can be worn like a helmet. This marks an important step forward in the translation of their new technique from the laboratory bench to a genuinely useful tool for cognitive neuroscience and clinical application.

World-first antimicrobial medical gloves

World-first antimicrobial medical gloves
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World- first type of medical examination glove with built in antimicrobial technology proven to prevent the spread of infection has been developed with help of University of Nottingham scientists.

Start-up Award Winner 2018

Start-up Award Winner 2018
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SurePulse Medical; a joint venture between The University of Nottingham and Tioga Ltd received the Start-up award at Medilink East Midlands Business Awards and Innovation Day 2018.
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