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  • Dance


    Chlöe Payne

    2 June 2020

    This week we are celebrating some of the volunteers within our NTU community!

  • Newton Building

    Nottingham Trent University has made the shortlist in four categories of this year’s Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2020.

  • Rugby



    1 June 2020

    The Nottingham Trent University Rugby Union programme, which is run in partnership with Nottingham Rugby Club is now able to offer some exciting new scholarship opportunities for prospective students interested in undertaking postgraduate study, whilst continuing to play performance level rugby.

  • student with research project

    MSc Biodiversity Conservation student Jen MacIsaac, has been shortlisted for her research project, acoustic surveying of hazel dormice in Nottinghamshire, for the CIEEM Postgraduate of the year award 2020.

  • Bear with a cap and gown

    A BA (Hons) Business Management and Marketing students has created T-shirts for students who have missed out on a graduation ceremony in 2020. A percentage of the money from T-shirt sales is being donated to NHS charities.

  • Dishant MSc Management student and care worker

    MSc Management and Business Analytics international student Dishant Chavan has decided to work part time in a care home during the COVID-19 crisis. He wants to give back to others, whilst building his transferable skills.

  • Intensive care

    Scientists have identified molecular signatures in the immune component of the blood which indicate how patients in intensive care with sepsis, septic shock and systemic inflammatory response syndrome are likely to respond to the conditions.

  • Intermittent fasting

    People on the 5:2 intermittent fasting diet may be over eating and reducing their physical activity in preparation for their restricted diet days, a new study suggests.

  • Picture of Northern Spain

    Sphagnum moss grown at NTU's Brackenhurst Campus will be introduced to blanket bogs in Northern Spain as further funding is secured.

  • PPE components

    Academics across NTU are producing vital face shield components using 3D printing, supporting the UK’s need for personal protective equipment (PPE) during the coronavirus crisis.