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    Nottingham Trent University is delighted to announce the launch of a new opportunity for aspiring writers – The John Harwood Bosworth Creative Writing Bursary.

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    Supply Chain Consultancy at NTU

    7 August 2020

    Is your supply chain future proof? NTU are offering a fully funded review of your supply chain strategy and processes.

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    In June and July 2020, Nottingham Business School ran a two-day pilot with local SMEs focusing on COVID-19, the climate crisis, and how learnings from one can support the other.

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    NTU student finalist for the British Society of Animal Science (BSAS) Industry Prize 2020.

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    Scientists have identified a gene which if present in certain breast cancer patients indicates how they will respond to specific therapies.

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    Members Updates

    4 August 2020

    The NTU Sport team have been working hard behind the scenes to ensure a safe return to campus for our members and colleagues.

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    Senior Economics Lecturer Chris Lawton discusses how NTU students and academics are helping Nottingham to become a centre for skateboarding in the run-up to the Tokyo Olympics

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    The most common cause of potentially-fatal heatstroke in dogs is being exercised by their owners, the largest study of its kind has found.,-study-shows

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    Did you know that higher technical qualifications at Level 4 and 5 result in higher productivity levels and sustained employment?

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    Nottingham Business School (NBS) is working with the Small Business Charter to deliver a specialised government funded programme for leaders of small businesses to survive and thrive in the coming months and post coronavirus. This new scheme comes as part of a £20million package the government are providing to help small businesses in the long term.