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  • Gill Allwood Blog

    British Academy-funded research by Professor Gill Allwood from NTU’s School of Arts and Humanities explores forced marriage policy in France

  • Laxmi Aggerwal

    Meet the people behind our research, discover their areas of expertise and find out about life in NTU's research community

  • Blood test

    Scientists have for the first time identified a protein in the blood that can be used to accurately monitor the disease status of lupus and a range of other autoimmune diseases.

  • Intergenerational Event

    Research by Professor Matt Henn from NTU’s Department of Politics and International Relations explores how young people and older people are shaping local democracy

  • Mosul

    Researchers looking at preserving the cultural heritage of Mosul, Iraq, have been awarded a grant of almost £300,000.

  • Couple on phones

    Younger people, those in a relationship and people with symptoms of anxiety are more likely to experience problematic social media use, according to a new study by Nottingham Trent University (NTU).

  • Horse

    The biggest ever study into the causes of severe equine asthma (sEA) has revealed associations with over 113 substances, including latex found in artificial surfaces.

  • People holding hands

    Foster carers need more support to combat stress and burnout, according to the findings of a study by psychologists at Nottingham Trent University (NTU).,-according-to-new-study

  • Shelves of fresh food

    A project which aims to save 1.8 million tons of fresh food waste per year by using the Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data is looking for agri-food SMEs to take part in a pilot study.

  • Men sitting in a group talking

    A new study has shown that a sense of belonging with a group can lead to a 25% reduction in health care use, highlighting the need to connect patients with their local communities.,-new-study-shows