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  • 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.

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    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.

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    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.

  • 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.

  • BioCity Discovery Building

    A new sculpture using live activity from the surface of the sun to illuminate a building has been unveiled in Nottingham - incorporating research by Nottingham Trent University physicist Dr Martin Bencsik.

  • Specially-bred wheat essential for healthy bones in poultry

    Specially-bred wheat could help provide some of the key nutrients essential for healthy bones in poultry, reducing the need to supplement the feed, researchers at Nottingham Trent University and Aarhus University in Denmark have found.