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  • Brain

    Scientists are developing a combined vaccine to fight the most deadly form of brain cancer.

  • Robin Hood

    Nottingham Trent University is involved in a project which includes testing a new virtual reality experience at the home of Robin Hood.

  • Science in the park stand


    Science hits the park

    20 February 2020

    Getting up close to tarantulas, finding out how to make renewable plastics from microbes and an interactive brain funfair are just some of the activities on offer at Science in the Park at Wollaton Hall on 7th March.

  • Pregnancy

    Scientists have developed a new magnetic resonance (MR) system which could be used to more effectively identify pregnant women at high-risk of pre-eclampsia.

  • MTIF artist impression

    Work is well underway on Nottingham Trent University’s new Medical Technologies Innovation Facility (MTIF) at the Boots site, which is part of the Nottingham Enterprise Zone.

  • 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.

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    New technology which tracks the eye gaze and body pose of children to understand and improve their engagement with learning has been designed in collaboration with Nottingham Trent University (NTU).

  • Santander

    Nottingham Trent University has become the primary apprenticeship partner for Santander’s degree level programme.

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    Nottingham Trent University has risen to 12th place in the Guardian University Guide. Once again, this demonstrates its commitment to student satisfaction and graduate employment.

  • How cities and universities can work together to inspire sustainable urban development

    Four members of the Physics and Mathematics Department (Dr James Hind, Dr Laurence Shaw, Dr David Chappell and Dr Ian Whittaker) volunteered their time as mentors on the Global Office’s SMART cities project.