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  • Social distancing sign on street

    People are more likely to condemn Covid rule-breaking by those who have opposing political views to their own, according to research by Nottingham Trent University.

  • Benjamin Grosvenor sat at a piano.

    Curated & Created – NTU’s arts programme – is thrilled to welcome celebrated pianist Benjamin Grosvenor to University Hall later this month. Internationally recognised for his electrifying performances, distinctive sound and insightful interpretations, Benjamin will be playing a programme of Schumann, Albéniz and Ravel.

  • Female student singing

    Calling all student singers and instrumentalists – whatever your talent, don’t miss this opportunity to perform and compete for cash prizes. With no limitations on genre or style, if you’re musical make sure you apply now!

  • Spider Man animation

    NTU Fashion Communication and Promotion students worked on a live brief with iconic designer Paul Smith at his current exhibition at the Nottingham Castle.,-animation-lead-at-sony-pictures-imageworks.

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    Lawyers who use the word ‘respect’ when speaking to opponents in court may ironically be indicating the very opposite kind of sentiment, a new study by Nottingham Trent University and De Montfort University has found.,-study-shows

  • Football tactics

    Those who invest the most time playing, researching and thinking about their fantasy football teams have significantly worse mental health than other players of the online game as a result, a new study suggests.,-study-suggests

  • Newtonbuilding front

    Nottingham Business School have been awarded both the Global High Distinction award and the CGMA Campus of the Year at the CIMA Excellence Awards 2021.

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    Teenagers buy trainers to express their individuality and fit into social groups - and many keep them dirty to preserve memories of gigs and other life experiences, new research by Nottingham Trent University shows.

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    A heritage phone booth which invites users to listen to poetry down the line has been installed in Nottingham city centre thanks to a research project which celebrates the unique relationship between the telephone and literature.

  • Illuminated NTU logo

    With Christmas drawing closer, it is time for the final instalment of our Employability Spotlight series. Despite what can only be characterised as an unpredictable year, the team have remained resilient and ensured the service delivered to students and stakeholders alike did not waiver.