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  • A puppet parade at NTU

    A major grant has been awarded to produce Nottingham’s first puppet festival across the city in March 2018. A partnership between the Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall Nottingham, City Arts Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University has been awarded £99,960 by Arts Council England.

  • NTU Rugby Union and Nottingham Rugby partnership

    On Friday the 29 of September, at 4.45 pm, Nottingham Trent Men’s Rugby Union 1st team take their first step into what could be a defining season for the club’s future prospects.

  • Treadmill

    Scientists have developed a system which is able to recognise similarities in how people walk and run – and which could lead to improved treatment and guidance for conditions such as leg amputations, Parkinson’s disease and strokes.

  • donations of clothes and books from NTU

    For their Green Impact project, the International Development Office team kindly donated clothes and stationary to children at the In Need Home in Malawi.

  • NTU Play for Fun badminton session

    With an increasing number of international students arriving to study at Nottingham Trent University, additional opportunities are being organised to welcome them to the university.

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    JUC holds the Public Administration Conference at Nottingham Business School

  • Model house and money

    Borrowers in the East Midlands are almost four times more likely to be denied a mortgage than their counterparts in London, new research by Nottingham Trent University shows.

  • Peregrine falcon

    Bird-eating raptors are adapting just as well – and in some cases better – to life in towns and cities than their natural habitats, research by Nottingham Trent University suggests.

  • Students solve businesses problems during the Thinkubator Challenge

    Organisations looking for new and innovative ideas to support business growth are being invited to take part in this year’s Thinkubator Challenge at Nottingham Business School (NBS).

  • Newtonbuilding front

    Fast growing and ambitious businesses are being offered a helping hand to step up to the next level.