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  • Student on a building site

    Nottingham’s two world-class universities have launched a pioneering collaboration to help change the lives of local people for the better, as independent research reveals that every 22 seconds someone in Nottingham interacts with one of the city’s universities.

  • 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.

  • Justice scales

    Nottingham Law School (NLS) is to deliver Solicitor Apprenticeships for the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) after being awarded one of only two UK contracts.

  • Mosul

    Researchers looking at preserving the cultural heritage of Mosul, Iraq, have been awarded a grant of almost £300,000.

  • Paramedics working on mannikin

    Lifelike patient manikins and simulated emergency situations are to form the basis of new Paramedic Science courses at Nottingham Trent University (NTU), including a graduate route and an apprenticeship.

  • Couple on phones

    Younger people, those in a relationship and people with symptoms of anxiety are more likely to experience problematic social media use, according to a new study by Nottingham Trent University (NTU).

  • Horse

    The biggest ever study into the causes of severe equine asthma (sEA) has revealed associations with over 113 substances, including latex found in artificial surfaces.

  • Barrister in court

    Nottingham Law School (NLS) is to launch two new courses for aspiring barristers.

  • People holding hands

    Foster carers need more support to combat stress and burnout, according to the findings of a study by psychologists at Nottingham Trent University (NTU).,-according-to-new-study