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  • Student William Walter

    A wrist strap which cools a person’s blood flow has been developed by Nottingham Trent University student William Walter to sooth people during heatwaves.

  • A graduate attraction plan completed by local creative businesses

    The Market Intelligence workshop series aims to share and increase awareness of industry-specific opportunities and challenges with a focus on future-proofing the talent needs of local businesses.

  • Hafsah Hafeji at Belvoir Flower Show

    An NTU FdSc Horticulture student had the opportunity to build a border garden at this years’ Belvoir Flower Show in July.

  • Hand Car Washes across Bristol RPM

    Reflections from two SPUR researchers on mapping hand car washes across a large urban city as part of Good Work Nottingham.

  • Claire in sit ski

    NTU student Claire Ryan is pushing 200km to raise money and awareness for Snow Buddies UK, a charity that supports skiers and snowboarders with disabilities.

  • Student Engagement Team at NTU

    A team at Nottingham Trent University, which is using technology to help students succeed in their studies has won a prestigious Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) 2019 from Advance HE.

  • Group photo of CBJ award winners

    Graduating students from the Centre for Broadcasting & Journalism received prizes for their work, judged and presented by partners including ITV, BBC Nottingham and The Independent.

  • Writing the Contemporary cover

    NTU's MA Museum and Heritage Development student Feixue Huangdu has attracted over one million Chinese viewers by live streaming tours of UK heritage sites. She has been featured on the BBC, Countryfile and The Independent for her work.

  • Alex Toft

    An investment network on a mission to power growth in promising start-ups is seeking East Midlands entrepreneurs interested in investing time and money by becoming business angels.

  • Professor Sergio Rutella

    Scientists have discovered a gene ‘signature’, the presence of which can “significantly improve” the accuracy of assessing how badly a patient may be affected by a form of leukaemia.