There are extensive, modern, well equipped laboratories containing a wide range of analytical equipment, stable isotope mass spectrometers, radioisotope suites, tissue culture rooms, and molecular biology equipment. Research in biotechnology is supported by a capillary DNA sequencer and genomics, and proteomics equipment, for plant, animal and microbial investigations. In addition, an animal metabolism unit is used for studies on cattle, sheep, pigs and poultry as well as laboratory animals.
Facilities for animal physiology include laboratory animal accommodation, a surgery, and a suite of rooms with provision for physiological studies including work with radioisotopes.
The Sutton Bonington Campus is home to the Centre for Dairy Science Innovation for applied research in nutrition, environment, infection and immunity, located on the University of Nottingham Farm.
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The Graduate School supports all postgraduates and early career researchers at the University, with dedicated study spaces, training courses and placement opportunities.