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  • Artist's impression of 48 Shakespeare Street

    Nottingham Trent University has submitted plans to convert a former Wesleyan Chapel into a venue for degree ceremonies and other prestigious events.

  • Students at Disneyland Paris

    Over 40 students and staff have recently returned from a successful Concert Band and Drumline tour to Paris where they performed in venues across the city.

  • Motorist

    Taking a ten-minute stroll midway through a long journey is by far the best way for motorists to instantly reduce discomfort and protect against it for the remainder of the drive, a new study has shown.

  • Penalty

    Athletes who have experienced adverse events in their personal lives – such as parental divorce, financial problems or a serious accident – perform significantly better under pressure, new research suggests.

  • Zebrafish

    A new project, led by the University of Leicester working with scientists from Nottingham Trent University and the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas), will explore how less-invasive swabbing techniques can be used to collect DNA from fish.

  • Cathy Bellamy presenting her graphic design concept

    A Masters student studying Graphic Design has developed a publicity campaign to help others overcome seasonal affective disorder.

  • Student Nick Thomas with his tactile textiles activity book

    MA Textile Design Innovation student Nick Thomas has developed a tactile textiles activity book which aims to give people the bug for creativity.

  • Arnold Mujakachi

    Nottingham Law School undergraduate, Arnold Mujakachi, has been awarded a Freshfields Stephen Lawrence 2017 Scholarship.

  • GF3

    Today, a record number of parks and green spaces collect the Green Flag Award.

  • drkerryvincent

    Dr Kerry Vincent , Senior Lecturer in Special Educational Needs and Inclusion at Nottingham Institute of Education has had recent publication success in Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties.