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  • Image shows horses face

    Equine experts are launching a new study aimed at ensuring safer transportation of horses, ponies and donkeys.

  • A motorbike lays broken on the road with broken handlebars

    The number of car-motorbike collisions and related injuries could be reduced if motorists were to undertake simple online training games aimed at improving their perception skills, a new study suggests.

  • Red squirrel on feeder

    Investigating how red squirrels currently utilise and exploit urban environments – so that this information can be used to help better manage these habitats to their advantage.

  • SME

    Did you know that you can access specialised business support tailor-made for small and medium sized businesses in the North Nottinghamshire area?

  • CCTV Camera

    CCTV cameras provide evidence ‘useful’ to the police in two-thirds of the investigations in which they are available new research suggests.

  • Food production

    The Food and Drink Hub is growing a network of local food and drink businesses. We offer access to state-of-the-art facilities, collaboration with and technical support from our experts and help with understanding and growing your business presence.

  • Ben Brownlie

    Rugby Union scholar, Ben Brownlie, has signed his first professional contract with Nottingham Rugby.

  • Increased exercise leads to stronger bones

    Bones adapt to increasing volumes of exercise, becoming larger and stronger in a very short period of time, a study led by Nottingham Trent University sports scientists suggests.

  • A coral reef

    A new research centre which examines the intersection between marine ecosystems, the use of natural resources and the law is to be launched at Nottingham Law School.

  • Hospital patient

    An innovative hospital early discharge scheme could be in line for a national accolade as Nottingham Business School (NBS) researchers get ready to compete for a National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) award.