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  • Turmeric

    Consuming turmeric – the oriental spice often used in cooking - accelerates post-match recovery in professional footballers, a study has shown.,-study-suggests

  • Fat cells

    Fat cells are damaged by bacterial fragments that are released into the blood stream by a leaky gut, contributing to obesity and diabetes risk, new research suggests.,-study-shows

  • Children running

    Fitter pupils’ cognition was up to 20% better across a range of tasks compared to their less-fit peers, a study showed.,-study-showed

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    NTU Engineering Grand Challenge 2023

  • Surgery

    Researchers in Nottingham have received £620,000 of national funding for an innovation that could save the lives of patients being treated in critical care or other hospital settings.

  • Dr Cuifeng Ying (R) and Arman Yousefi

    Scientists have developed new technology which has made it possible to isolate and study how a single protein – 10,000 times thinner than a human hair – behaves and changes over time.

  • Sport

    Nottingham Trent University has announced plans to create a Sport and Wellbeing Academy which will involve offering exercise and nutritional support and advice for patients via NHS referral.

  • Robotics

    Nottingham Trent University is involved in a £400,000 project to create a friendly robotic service for preventive care amongst older adults at risk of frailty.

  • Science in the Park 2023

    A popular science festival featuring scientists from Nottingham Trent University (NTU) and the University of Nottingham will make its return to Wollaton Hall in Nottingham for its 12th year.

  • Cattle

    Scientists are developing a low-cost smart textile sensor for early detection of tuberculosis in people and cattle which they hope will help tackle the spread of the disease in Asia and Africa.