From software designed using principles of philosophy, to plants which can fix nitrogen from the air, The University of Nottingham's inaugural Knowledge Exchange and Innovation Awards showcased the impact of University research on business and society.
Incorporating projects from all of the University’s faculties and its campuses in the UK, China and Malaysia, the Awards highlighted numerous examples of the vast breadth and diversity of the work of academics. It was at this event that Professor Dileep Lobo received his award under category Knowledge Exchange Award: Societal Impact
Professor Lobo is Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and he was recognized for his work on in ‘Improving patient outcome by optimizing perioperative fluid therapy’
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