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  • EMAS and NTU partnership

    Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is to launch a new training centre with East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) as part of plans to recruit and train more staff.

  • Crohn's disease

    Nottingham scientists and clinicians are involved in a new clinical trial which aims to use stem cell transplants to grow a new immune system for people with untreatable Crohn’s disease – a painful and chronic intestinal disease which affects at least 115,000 people in the UK.

  • Magnetic stirrer

    A new form of magnetic levitation has been discovered by scientists – using a simple tool found in laboratories worldwide.

  • Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive of the RSA

    A new research centre to study the challenges facing workers and managers is to be launched with an event featuring insights from the chief executive of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA).

  • Sport

    Sport in schools can help improve pupils’ performance in the classroom, a new study suggests.,-study-suggests

  • Group photo of researchers

    Nottingham’s relatively strong economy in terms of wealth created by businesses in the city appears to have little impact on residents’ daily lives, a study by graduate researchers from Nottingham Trent University has found.

  • Students in roof top garden at NTU

    Student satisfaction rates for Nottingham Trent University are among the highest in the country according to the latest national figures.

  • Rabbit

    An irresistible ‘rabbit cuteness’ survey has been launched to help animal scientists understand what makes a bunny cute and which facial features make some bunnies cuter than others.

  • First-memories

    Nearly 40 per cent of people have a fictional first memory, according to a new study involving Nottingham Trent University.,-study-finds

  • Hate Crime

    The Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services report on police responses to hate crime in England and Wales found a ‘postcode lottery’ in terms of police responses. Nottingham Trent University has already been working on these important issues. The University has piloted a new risk assessment tool, implemented by Nottinghamshire Police following evaluative feedback from officers.,-streamline-and-improve-hate-crime-reporting