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Our research groups and centres are a communications catalyst for activity of hundreds of academic staff members. The groups and centres encourage exploration, enquiry and collaboration between staff and students. More than 70 research groups and centres work across the nine Academic Schools with an aim to shape lives and society.
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The Real Estate Economics Investment and Development (REEID) Research Group at NTU is an internationally recognised research group that undertakes world-class analyses of real estate markets and urban development.
As part of our research and community impact programme the English team is centrally involved in developing both these one-name societies.
The Centre for Advocacy builds upon Nottingham Law School's expertise in the design and delivery of advocacy training and aims to promote and develop the study of the practice and training of advocates.
The Swarmonitor project will develop the first monitoring tool that will detect changes in honey bee activity within the beehive for the effective management of bees.