Visual alerts shown to evoke quicker reactions than alerts through other senses

Research published in Intelligent Decision Technologies tested different sensory modalities and reliability levels

February 27, 2012 - New research has shown that visual alerting methods are still considered to be the most trustworthy, as compared to auditory or tactile alerts. This is shown by research conducted by a team of scientists at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, More...

February 27, 2012

Cancer Research Brochure 2012

February 21, 2012 - Download Cancer Research Brochure 2012 here. More...

February 21, 2012

Video Surveillance Camera Revolution Revisited in Two-Part Special Issue of Information Polity

Journal publishes a new approach

February 8, 2012 - A two-part Special Issue of the journal Information Polity (ISSN: 1570-1255) aims to revisit the ‘surveillance camera revolution’. It presents contemporary thinking and research on the use of Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV), and draws out issues relating to governance and public policy. More...

February 8, 2012

Nottingham scientists uncover new clues for early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s

February 7, 2012 - Scientists in Nottingham have found abnormal levels of seven different proteins in spinal fluid could act as markers for detecting Alzheimer’s disease. The study, which was part-funded by Alzheimer’s Research UK, the UK’s leading dementia research charity, could lead to the development of a new test to detect the disease in its early stages. More...

February 7, 2012