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  • Chemical reaction

    A new study has for the first time been able to monitor the different stages of a chemical reaction, as one bond breaks and another forms.

  • Women in Leadership Course

    Nottingham Trent University will lead the delivery of two new ESF business support projects focusing on leadership and management and STEM skills.

  • 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.

  • KTP team

    Two recent KTPs led by researchers in our School of Science & Technology have been awarded the highest levels attainable by Innovate UK

  • 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

  • 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.

  • 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.

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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.

  • Students on campus

    Nottingham Trent University (NTU) has achieved its highest ever ranking in a national university guide after rising 25 places in the past three years.

  • Guardian University of the Year 2019

    Nottingham Trent University (NTU) has been named ‘University of the Year’ by The Guardian.