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  • Kirsty Fisher from Lemon and Lime Interiors

    Kirsty Fisher gives her verdict on the latest Women in Leadership course delivered by Nottingham Business School.

  • Men sitting in a group talking

    A new study has shown that a sense of belonging with a group can lead to a 25% reduction in health care use, highlighting the need to connect patients with their local communities.,-new-study-shows

  • Green Gown Awards

    Nottingham Trent University (NTU) has received a Green Gown Award for its commitment to sustainability.

  • Ball with pride flag colours

    Research undertaken by Nottingham Business School (NBS) has contributed to a new national directory of LGBT+ sports groups.

  • Course attendee at MIT in Architecture

    The Market Intelligence workshop series aims to share and increase awareness of industry-specific opportunities and challenges with a focus on future-proofing the talent needs of local businesses.

  • Motif logo

    A decade and a half of research into the use of motifs in design and culture will culminate in a new exhibition at the Bonington Gallery.

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    NTU Sport Black Friday

    25 November 2019

    Black Friday deals so good they'll make you want to sweat!

  • Map of a network

    How can the idea of social prescribing be used within different contexts here in Nottingham? Join us to explore the value of Social Prescribing and how it could be used with migrants and those in financial stress.

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    The annual Scholarship Projects for Undergraduate Researchers (SPUR) scheme, coordinated by TILT, concluded on Monday 11th November with a celebration event to congratulate all the undergraduates on their work.

  • Chungui Lu inside the vertical 'container farm'

    Ahead of NTU’s International Conference on Vertical Farming in April 2020, we asked Professor of Sustainable Agriculture Chungui Lu, of our School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Studies, about the importance of this area of research.