The Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Facility based at Clifton campus has had over £2.3 million investment. The facility houses laboratories and office space dedicated to research workers and research students.
The chamber enables earlier acclimatisation for athletes competing abroad and was approved by the British Olympic Association (BOA) for use by members of Team GB in preparation for the Athens Olympic Games (2004).
The Nottingham Conference Centre offers a versatile range of modern conference, meeting and event rooms. The centre opened in 2010 after a multi-million pound redevelopment of two of Nottingham Trent University’s iconic Grade II* listed buildings, Newton and Arkwright.
Based at Clifton campus, the Observatory supports our teaching, the activities of the University's Astronomy Society, outreach work supporting the Centre for Effective Learning in Science, and the NTU Work Inspiration Scheme.
The facilities at the Vetrinary Nursing Centre include biochemistry and haematology machines, autoclaves, anaesthetic machines, x-ray machines, a dispensary and a laboratory.
3D Additive Manufacturing Facilities
The School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment has a wide range of 3D printing resources and also includes a materials printing resource. The 3D printers allow users to create 3D models of their designs, utilising a diversity of materials at different resolutions and to suit a variety of product design applications.
The Creative and Virtual Technologies Research Lab is place for architects, designers, engineers and computer scientists to collaborate. The aim is to create new techniques and models to enhance the quality of products in a sustainable way.