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  • Professor Chungui Lu

    Two vertical ‘container farms’ capable of producing natural crops which are more nutritious, have far bigger yields – and are ready to harvest in at least half the time – have been created by Nottingham Trent University.

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    Final year History students are looking to collect stories from Nottinghamshire residents who have experiences of conflict and war for a digital archive.

  • Team photo of NTU Men's Lacrosse celebrating winning BUCS Championship


    BUCS Big Wednesday Preview

    21 March 2019

    After a season of hard work and outstanding performances, the final battle for glory is here. Four of NTU’s best teams make the short trip across the city to our neighbour, the University of Nottingham, for BUCS Big Wednesday 2019 to compete for gold in the Trophy and Championship.

  • Cancer cells

    The ‘cancer-killing’ white blood cells from patients with prostate cancer, part of the body’s natural immune system, can be triggered to fight the disease a new study has found.,-study-shows

  • Zara Arshad Visit

    As part of the second year ‘Design Studies’ lecture series, our product design cohort were recently visited by Zara Arshad, a journalist, designer, researcher, and lecturer.,-curator-and-journalist,-for-a-design-research-workshop-day

  • Two NTU Tennis players shaking hands

    The 2019 Varsity series is here! The spectacular sporting showcase gets underway with the first ‘Super Wednesday’ on 20 March. As NTU look to take back the crown, we preview the opening fixtures of the series.

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    An FdSc Horticulture student has won a BBC and Royal Horticultural Society garden design competition. Her design will now go on to be built at the RHS Chatsworth Flower Show in June.

  • Antenna

    Second year English students have developed an online magazine, 'Triggered' and are hosting a magazine launch event at Antenna Media Centre in Nottingham on the 4th April

  • David Amos, Natalie Braber and Paul Fillingham at their Coal Exhibition

    Linguistics lecturer Dr Natalie Braber and Research Associate David Amos have created a touring exhibition exploring the coal industry in the East Midlands, which is now at Mansfield Museum,-community-and-change-at-mansfield-museum

  • Runners at NTU

    People are being encouraged to sign up for a new ‘Sunset Run’ at Nottingham Trent University – in support of its John van Geest Cancer Research Centre.