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  • Bioscience home lab kits ready to send out to students

    Academics within our Biosciences department have come up with an ingenious solution to the challenges of blended learning, by designing a ‘Home Lab’ kit that first year Biosciences students can use at home.

  • Cave 465 interior

    Researchers studying ancient wall paintings in a Tibetan Buddhist cave temple in north west China made a surprising discovery, when they uncovered a prayer written in Sanskrit which they believe may have been accidentally pasted onto the ceiling upside down by workers more than 700 years ago.

  • Dr Mohsen Rahmani stood in his office

    Dr Mohsen Rahmani, part of the Department of Engineering in NTU’s School of Science and Technology, has been awarded a £250,000 Wolfson Fellowship

  • Antiviral facemask

    A new antiviral facemask which uses nanotechnology to kill viruses including COVID-19 and influenza has been designed and developed by a Nottingham Trent University scientist.

  • Mohsen Rahmani stood outside the Engineering building

    Dr Mohsen Rahmani in the Department of Engineering in NTU’s School of Science and Technology has been awarded a £1.2 million Future Leaders Fellowship

  • Chickens

    Nano delivery of mineral supplements in poultry diets leads to improved bird growth, feed consumption and digestibility, a new study has found.,-study-shows

  • Rachel Stubbington

    Rachel Stubbington, Associate Professor in Ecology and Environmental Sciences in our School of Science and Technology, has been elected as a Fellow of the Freshwater Biological Association (FBA).

  • Covid-19 vaccine

    Scientists at the University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University are to begin clinical trials for a DNA vaccine to prevent COVID-19.

  • Breast cancer

    Scientists have identified a gene which if present in certain breast cancer patients indicates how they will respond to specific therapies.

  • Blood test

    A new blood test developed by scientists and clinicians is able to detect the presence of prostate cancer and confirm how advanced it is.