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  • Professor Chungui Lu

    Two vertical ‘container farms’ capable of producing natural crops which are more nutritious, have far bigger yields – and are ready to harvest in at least half the time – have been created by Nottingham Trent University.

  • Cancer cells

    The ‘cancer-killing’ white blood cells from patients with prostate cancer, part of the body’s natural immune system, can be triggered to fight the disease a new study has found.,-study-shows

  • Runners at NTU

    People are being encouraged to sign up for a new ‘Sunset Run’ at Nottingham Trent University – in support of its John van Geest Cancer Research Centre.

  • Virtual Reality

    Participants needed in study to explore how virtual reality can reduce social anxiety

  • Legal-advice

    More than £3 million in benefits and compensation has been recovered for members of the Nottinghamshire community by the Legal Advice Centre at Nottingham Law School in the last five years.

  • Dr Ros Hague

    Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is to offer a number of full-time PhD Scholarships and Stipends in the Department of Politics and International Relations after receiving a substantial gift in memory of a former lecturer.

  • Pharmacist taking boxes of tablets off a shelf

    A University project in Uganda which aims to tackle antibiotic resistance has been awarded funding from the Department for Health and Social Care.

  • A dental model

    Dental models with the tactile qualities of real mouths will be used to train the next generation of dentists thanks to new research by Nottingham Trent University (NTU) and the University of Birmingham.

  • Goldsmith Street building

    A centre incorporating a student lounge space, purpose built meeting rooms and open plan office space has opened at Nottingham Trent University’s City Campus.

  • Students receiving employability advice

    Students from low-income households at Nottingham Trent University will be the first cohort to benefit from a new programme with Santander, designed to prepare them for the workplace.