News and views

Our world-leading research into breast cancer and brain tumours, Cascade project updates and student scholarship beneficiaries - catch up with all the latest news and updates about projects you support below.

Professor David Walker set to retire

Professor David Walker set to retire
Description
24 years since launching the Children's Brain Tumour Research Centre, Professor David Walker is set to retire from his post at the University.
Date:
27 January 2021

Scanner ensures brighter horizons

Scanner ensures brighter horizons
Description
A state-of-the-art new Intraoperative MRI facility here in Nottingham is revolutionising treatment for children with brain tumours.
Date:
20 November 2020

Cancer care in a Covid world

Cancer care in a Covid world
Description
The impact of coronavirus on cancer care is well documented, how are we adapting our research and treatment?
Date:
23 July 2020

Celebrating our supporter community

Celebrating our supporter community
Description
We really couldn't do what we do without our fantastic supporter community - here we profile three amazing stories.
Date:
23 July 2020

Cancer research tackling Covid-19

Cancer research tackling Covid-19
Description
Professor Lindy Durrant has many years of cancer research expertise - which is now being applied to tackling coronavirus.
Date:
22 July 2020

A rollercoaster ride

A rollercoaster ride
Description
Hannah Jackson is now in the final year of her PhD supporting the work of the CBTRC - we catch up with her progress.
Date:
21 July 2020

Platinum chemotherapy

Platinum chemotherapy
Description
Platinum may be more commonly known in jewellery or fillings - but it also has a vital role in chemotherapy. We investigate the vital role it plays.
Date:
21 July 2020

Uncovering the Biodiscovery Institute

Uncovering the Biodiscovery Institute
Description
Cancer research is set to be transformed thanks to the University's new Biodiscovery Institute which has just opened.
Date:
20 July 2020

Foodprint tackles COVID challenge

Foodprint tackles COVID challenge
Description
Foodprint, the student-run food surplus supermarket and redistribution network has been stepping up its activity in light of the coronavirus outbreak.
Date:
23 April 2020

A positive pint

A positive pint
Description
Who knew bread and beer could help tackle poverty? One unique Cascade project here in Nottingham is doing just that!
Date:
01 April 2020

Changing lives worldwide

Changing lives worldwide
Description
See how Cascade grants are giving students the opportunity to embrace life-changing activities around the world.
Date:
01 April 2020

Why I participate

Why I participate
Description
Sport and exercise are a huge part of University life, read how your support has helped these four students excel.
Date:
31 March 2020