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    Members Updates

    4 August 2020

    Keeping our members updated and informed

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    Senior Economics Lecturer Chris Lawton discusses how NTU students and academics are helping Nottingham to become a centre for skateboarding in the run-up to the Tokyo Olympics

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    The most common cause of potentially-fatal heatstroke in dogs is being exercised by their owners, the largest study of its kind has found.,-study-shows

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    Did you know that higher technical qualifications at Level 4 and 5 result in higher productivity levels and sustained employment?

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    Nottingham Business School (NBS) is working with the Small Business Charter to deliver a specialised government funded programme for leaders of small businesses to survive and thrive in the coming months and post coronavirus. This new scheme comes as part of a £20million package the government are providing to help small businesses in the long term.

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    Nottingham Business School (NBS) is pleased to launch the #NBSBright challenge, a new virtual business challenge. Final year students will be working on challenges of all kinds and delivering insights and recommendations to businesses at the end of November.

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    Dr Tom Vickers and Sharon Hutchings discuss precarious working conditions in Nottingham in the context of COVID-19,-precarious-work-and-covid-19-insights-from-nottingham

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    This October NTU launches WRAP, a new series of events and activities for students celebrating writing and reading for pleasure. In partnership with our friends at Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature, NTU invites students to take part in online writing workshops and book groups, meet ups, masterclasses and talks from readers and authors.

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    A new blood test developed by scientists and clinicians is able to detect the presence of prostate cancer and confirm how advanced it is.

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    Nottingham’s two universities, together with the City and County’s Local Authorities, hospitals and Local Enterprise Partnership, have today launched the Universities for Nottingham Civic Agreement – the first of its kind in the country.