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Veterinary - Health - 29.05.2013
Vets in the community
The University of Nottingham has established a student-led veterinary clinic to deliver healthcare to the pets of homeless and vulnerably housed people living in the city.

Veterinary - Health - 18.01.2013
Professor Andrea Nolan to be Principal of Edinburgh Napier University

Education - Veterinary - 11.01.2013
VetCam 2013 opens for applications
VetCam 2013 opens for applications

Health - Veterinary - 17.12.2012
Drug improves quality of life for Dobermanns with heart disease
Drug improves quality of life for Dobermanns with heart disease
Veterinary scientists at the University of Liverpool have found that early screening and drug treatment for Dobermann dogs with a serious heart disease can extend and improve their quality of life. The study, which took place over the course of six years with dogs in the UK, Canada and US, examined more than 70 Dobermanns with early signs of dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM).

Health - Veterinary - 11.12.2012
Transforming the diagnosis of equine colic
Colic is the number one killer of horses. But one of the difficulties faced by vets is differentiating between a mild case and a potentially life threatening case that is in its early stages.

Education - Veterinary - 16.10.2012
Ensuring the welfare of trainee vets

Veterinary - Health - 01.10.2012
Vet School celebrates 150th anniversary with book and Kelvingrove exhibition

Veterinary - Economics - 30.04.2012
Double dip recession spells trouble for cats
Double dip recession spells trouble for cats
Following news last week that the UK has slipped back into recession, a national cat charity has issued an urgent appeal as more cats are being given up than ever before.

Life Sciences - Veterinary - 03.04.2012
Are we really a nation of animal lovers?
Are we really a nation of animal lovers?
A new study has estimated that over 260,000 cats and dogs entered the care of UK rescue organisations during 2009, the first full year since the onset of the UK recession. The aim of the research was to estimate the number of cats and dogs, currently being cared for by UK welfare organisations, the proportion of time that these organisations were full to capacity and the number entering these organisations during a 12-month period.

Veterinary - Life Sciences - 13.03.2012
Science uncovered -- open day reveals all
Ever wanted to know what goes on behind the research laboratory door? Now is your chance to find out — especially if you are interested in animals and plants.

Event - Veterinary - 22.11.2011
Guide dog researcher awarded another accolade
A young researcher who specialises in the study of guide dog behaviour has been recognised for her talent, knowledge and expertise.

Health - Veterinary - 26.10.2011
Passive smoking is a problem for pets too, says vet
The dangers of passive smoking in people are well known, but how does it affect our pets? Clare Knottenbelt, Professor of Small Animal Medicine and Oncology at the University of Glasgow's Small Animal Hospital, says second-hand smoke causes health problems in animals too.

Veterinary - Health - 26.07.2011
Young animal welfare scientist gains national recognition

Veterinary - Health - 02.06.2011
Britain’s newest vet school receives highest accolade from Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons

Veterinary - History / Archeology - 20.05.2011
Vets take on animal welfare issues

Veterinary - Economics - 04.04.2011
Racehorses to benefit from intensive care unit
Racehorses to benefit from intensive care unit

Veterinary - 30.03.2011
New Chancellor elected

Veterinary - Life Sciences - 08.03.2011
Science in the Park to reveal the wonders of the world around us
PA 74/11 Do you have what it takes to help deliver a lamb? Have you got the guts to get up close and personal with a giant millipede or tarantula? Or maybe you've always wondered how nature produces

Veterinary - Health - 28.02.2011
Vet school returns to TV
Television viewers will get another chance to go behind the scenes at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies.

Health - Veterinary - 09.12.2010
Pioneering medic receives knighthood at Buckingham Palace

Economics - Veterinary - 06.12.2010
Future vets get heads for business

Health - Veterinary - 04.11.2010
Tiger saved by team of surgeons at Cambridge Vet School
Tiger saved by team of surgeons at Cambridge Vet School
A tiger at Shepreth Wildlife Park recently underwent surgery at the Queen's Veterinary Hospital, Department of Veterinary Medicine in a bid to save her life.

Health - Veterinary - 18.10.2010
Ward for canine cancer patients

Veterinary - Health - 26.09.2010
Liverpool vet to provide equine care at 2012 Olympics

Health - Veterinary - 13.08.2010
Tackling the unprecedented increase in stray dogs
Experts at The University of Nottingham are to set up a database of homeless animals in the hope of finding a solution to an unprecedented increase in the number of unwanted pets in the UK.

Veterinary - Pedagogy - 09.08.2010
Centre aims to improve animal lives

Health - Veterinary - 08.08.2010
Liverpool vets to treat Amersham rescue horse
Liverpool vets to treat Amersham rescue horse
Liverpool, UK - 9 August 2010: Veterinary scientists at the University of Liverpool will provide life-saving treatment for a five-year old horse rescued from squalid conditions at Spindle Farm in Amersham, Buckinghamshire.

Health - Veterinary - 30.07.2010
MRC appointment for college head

Health - Veterinary - 19.07.2010
Developing research and training in wild and exotic animal medicine

Health - Veterinary - 16.07.2010
Developing research and training in wild and exotic animal medicine

Health - Veterinary - 07.07.2010
Celebrating 60 years of world-leading reproductive biology
The University of Nottingham is to host the 60th Anniversary meeting of The Society for Reproduction and Fertility (SRF).

Health - Veterinary - 01.07.2010
Pups sign up for bid to boost pet health

Veterinary - Health - 29.06.2010
Dogs wanted for new study into treatment of arthritis
Dogs wanted for new study into treatment of arthritis
Osteoarthritis, a debilitating disease of the joints leading to inflammation and gradual loss of cartilage, affects about 20% of dogs over the age of one.

Health - Veterinary - 17.05.2010
Newfoundlands needed for study into ligament disease
Newfoundlands needed for study into ligament disease
Liverpool, UK - 18 May 2010: Veterinary scientists at the University of Liverpool are looking for Newfoundland dogs to participate in a study that aims to develop a new test to reduce the prevalence of cruciate ligament disease in canines.

Linguistics / Literature - Veterinary - 29.04.2010
Maxine Peake pays tribute to cultured Victorian rebels
Maxine Peake pays tribute to cultured Victorian rebels
Acclaimed actress Maxine Peake is to pay tribute to the working class poets who published hundreds of poems in a Chartist newspaper more than 160 years ago, by performing their work.

History / Archeology - Veterinary - 31.03.2010
Hundred Years´ War manuscript gets new lease of life
Hundred Years´ War manuscript gets new lease of life

Veterinary - 03.03.2010
Hundreds of students celebrate Oxford's global mix
Hundreds of students celebrate Oxford’s global mix

Veterinary - Health - 24.02.2010
Nobel Prize winner visits Vet School

Veterinary - Environment - 22.02.2010
?Pompeii-like? excavations tell us more about Toba super-eruption
?Pompeii-like? excavations tell us more about Toba super-eruption
Newly discovered archaeological sites in southern and northern India have revealed how people lived before and after the colossal Toba volcanic eruption 74,000 years ago.

Health - Veterinary - 28.01.2010
The exotic side of veterinary science

Event - Veterinary - 23.12.2009
Archaeologists explore Stone Age eating at Stonehenge
Archaeologists explore Stone Age eating at Stonehenge
An archaeologist from the University of Sheffield, whose research has revolutionised our knowledge of Stonehenge, has been awarded a further 800,000 grant to discover exactly how the people who built the stone circle lived, what they ate and where they came from.

Environment - Veterinary - 16.12.2009
Several hundred million Euro investment to combat climate change and its effects on people's lives
Several hundred million Euro investment to combat climate change and its effects on people’s lives
Several hundred million Euro investment to combat climate change and its effects on people's lives Creation of Climate Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC) signals Europe's commitment to tackling

Computer Science - Veterinary - 24.08.2009
School’s cool for summer, say 4,000 holiday visitors to Imperial
School’s cool for summer, say 4,000 holiday visitors to Imperial
School?s cool for summer, say 4,000 holiday visitors to Imperial Summer school pupils get a taste of real science in top university labs - %0A " Tuesday 25 August By Abigail Smith A summer break spen

Health - Veterinary - 15.06.2009
From John O’Groats to Land’s End Vet School academic walks in mum’s memory

Veterinary - Health - 11.06.2009
Royal College milestone for Nottingham Veterinary school

Veterinary - Health - 19.05.2009
The UK’s first mobile pet blood collection unit makes first stop in Nottingham

Health - Veterinary - 06.04.2009
Nottingham academic appointed GMC chair

Health - Veterinary - 26.02.2009
Imperial scientist commended for using fewer animals in research
Imperial scientist commended for using fewer animals in research Researcher commended in NC3Rs prize - Friday 27 February 2009 By Lucy Goodchild A researcher exploring dangerous blood clots in the lungs has been recognised for his contributions to reducing the number of mice used in experiments.