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  • Researcher in lab

    Universities in Nottingham have today supplied 16 machines to support the national effort in the fight against COVID-19.

  • Brain

    Scientists are developing a combined vaccine to fight the most deadly form of brain cancer.

  • Pregnancy

    Scientists have developed a new magnetic resonance (MR) system which could be used to more effectively identify pregnant women at high-risk of pre-eclampsia.

  • 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.

  • New mum in gym

    Researchers are looking for new mums who are struggling to lose weight to take part in a new study.

  • Doctor

    Swarms of nanoparticles which are 15,000 times smaller than a pinhead may be able to deliver vital drugs to the brain, offering new hope to patients in the early stages of a stroke.

  • The Structures of Drying Droplets. Courtesy of Dr Kyle Baldwin

    A striking image capturing the structures of drying droplets was named winner, submitted by Dr Kyle Baldwin, a Senior Lecturer and researcher in Physics, School of Science and Technology

  • MRI Scanner

    A revolutionary method using MRI to diagnose a chronic digestive disorder has been developed by researchers at Nottingham Trent University.

  • Mark Biggs and Andrew Cropley outside HE Centre

    Nottingham Trent University (NTU) has announced a new partnership with West Nottinghamshire College, which will see its higher education (HE) provision delivered from the College’s main campus in Mansfield.

  • Professor Sergio Rutella

    Scientists have discovered a gene ‘signature’, the presence of which can “significantly improve” the accuracy of assessing how badly a patient may be affected by a form of leukaemia.