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  • Red squirrel

    New hope for the preservation of red squirrels in Britain and Ireland is on the horizon, after the completion of the red and grey squirrel reference genomes by scientists at the Wellcome Sanger Institute and their collaborators.

  • Havana rabbit

    Experts have found the cutest looking rabbit face using a survey which was created to help them understand why people choose certain breeds of bunny.

  • Garden design

    A new short course in garden design will start at Brackenhurst Campus in September, aimed at amateur gardeners, and those with a general interest in garden design.

  • Hafsah Hafeji at Belvoir Flower Show

    An NTU FdSc Horticulture student had the opportunity to build a border garden at this years’ Belvoir Flower Show in July.

  • Emily Barnes wins People's Choice Award

    Emily Barnes, who is currently studying FdSc Horticulture at NTU won the people’s choice vote for her garden ‘Elements of Sheffield’.

  • Caruffle team win prize

    A team of students studying food science at NTU scooped the silver prize and £1,000 at the Ecotrophelia Food Innovation Awards.

  • Sue Hayward with her show garden

    Sue Hayward, who graduated from NTU in 2004, was awarded a gold medal at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019.

  • EDD logo

    Students and staff on NTU’s Global Food Security and Development postgraduate course will be heading to Brussels next week for the European Development Days (EDD) joining key influencers in the sector from across the world.

  • Students win agricultural prize

    Fourteen agriculture students studying at NTU’s Brackenhurst Campus have been awarded nearly £6,000 of financial support from the Education and Personal Development Grant Scheme, run by the Newark and Nottinghamshire Agricultural Society.,000-grant-awards

  • BSAS conference

    Staff and students from the School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences attended the conference, which celebrated the progress animal science has made over the last 75 years.