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  • Neighbourhood Watch sign

    Residents living in areas covered by Neighbourhood Watch can expect to experience 11% fewer crimes, according to research by Nottingham Trent University (NTU).,-ntu-research-reveals

  • Paul Bryan, MFA Fine Art 2019.

    Our latest Spotlight piece features MFA Fine Art student Paul Bryan

  • Tennis player Dan Evans

    World tennis stars flock to NTU's Centre after unprecedented summer rainfall puts Nature Valley Open grass pitches out of play this June.

  • Winning team

    Students have been sharing their recommendations on how Nottingham city and its universities can work together to support creativity and innovation after travelling to Europe to explore the theme.

  • Cartoon animation of text messages

    Young people with learning disabilities are to learn about staying safe online with a series of videos created by animations students from Nottingham Trent University’s School of Art & Design.

  • Aisha Asif, MA Culture, Style and Fashion 2019.

    Our latest Spotlight piece features MA Culture, Style and Fashion student Aisha Asif

  • NTU-photo-exhibition

    Photographs capturing what ‘opportunity’ means to students, staff, pupils and friends of Nottingham Trent University are going on display at Nottingham Contemporary.

  • Energy poverty

    A Europe-wide project to study and support cities and communities in their goal to produce more energy than they use is to be led by Nottingham Business School at Nottingham Trent University.

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    New technology which tracks the eye gaze and body pose of children to understand and improve their engagement with learning has been designed in collaboration with Nottingham Trent University (NTU).

  • MAMHD Chinese students

    NTU's MA Museum and Heritage Development students in both the UK and Communication University of China (CUC) have collaborated on a photography exhibition at Canalside Heritage Centre.