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  • NTU Men's Lacrosse Player Celebrates

    Two NTU Lacrosse Scholars have been chosen to represent Team England at next year’s Indoor World Championships. Lacrosse Scholars Elliot Leonard and Caius Jefferies have made the 28-man team to represent Team England at the 2019 FIL World Indoor Lacrosse championships in Vancouver.

  • Several NTU Men's Rugby Union Players Huddle Around

    This week NTU looked to get back to winning ways at Lady Bay following last week’s defeat. On Wednesday 17 October, the team took on undefeated Cardiff Met who finished third in the league last season.

  • The NTU Chamber Choir singing in Southwell Minster.

    Join internationally acclaimed violinist Anna-Liisa Bezrodny as she performs the nation’s favourite piece of classical music, The Lark Ascending, in Southwell Minster next month.

  • Honeybees

    Scientists have recorded the honeycomb vibration of the honeybee ‘wake-up call’ for the first time – when the insects drum on the comb to prompt others bees in the hive to start getting busy.!-study-captures-drumming-of-the-honeybee-wake-up-call

  • 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.

  • The Star Wars Saga

    The NTU Choir has been invited, once again, to perform The Star Wars Saga with the internationally renowned City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall.

  • 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

  • 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.