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  • Fouad Mohammad at IMU staff in Instanbul

    Fouad Mohammad jetted off to Istanbul through Nottingham Trent University’s Staff Mobility scheme to explore collaborative opportunities with staff and students.

  • Amy Williams at Nottingham Playhouse

    Professor Bill Niven and PhD candidate Amy Williams delivered a pre-show talk for Nottingham Playhouse's revival of Kindertransport, as well as contributing historical context to the audience programme.

  • Civil Engineering Activity Day

    Civil Engineering students at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) developed their team working skills and gained practical experience with North Midlands Construction and Add-Venture.

  • Ellen De Brito-Morris, Courtney James and Lauren Steele in the Animation studios

    The students’ collaboration with Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust has led to the creation of a unique and useful resource

  • The British Library

    Lynda Clark, PhD candidate in the School of Arts and Humanities, will help to develop a digital archive of UK Interactive fiction at the British Library during an Innovation Placement sponsored by Midlands4Cities Doctoral Training Partnership.

  • Elizabeth McKenna

    Elizabeth McKenna, past candidate of BBC's The Apprentice, will this year return to NTU to mentor current Arts and Humanities students through the Alumni Fellowship Programme.

  • Stickleback

    Falling oxygen levels in the water cause fish to adjust their parenting style, a new study has found – but these behavioural changes may lead to increased mortality among their offspring.,-study-suggests

  • WriteNow Live image

    Three undergraduate BA (Hons) English students volunteered at Penguin's Write Now workshop in Nottingham, in order to gain experience working in the publishing industry.

  • Alfie and Tom

    Nottingham Trent University’s School of Animal Rural and Environmental Sciences took home a collection of awards at both Flintham and Southwell Ploughing Match.

  • Justine Greening and Eunice Simmons

    Nottingham Trent University (NTU) has demonstrated its commitment to furthering social mobility through education by becoming the first UK higher education institution to sign the Social Mobility Pledge.