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  • Burglar alarm keypad

    Newly published research has shown that the presence of internal and external lights and window and door locks are more effective in reducing burglary than alarms. The findings also reveal the population groups typically without this protection who are more likely to fall victim to burglary.,-and-identifies-those-most-at-risk

  • Elephant

    Zoos and safari parks in the UK are using a special new tool to help them more successfully monitor the wellbeing of elephants in their care, thanks to a study involving Nottingham Trent University.

  • MTIF

    Plans have been submitted for an £8m facility dedicated to the commercialisation of new medical devices and technologies.

  • OWFs film screening

    In 2019 Nottingham Civic Exchange begins a conversation about how places like Nottingham could become a Good Work City.

  • Group picture of award winners

    On Wednesday 23rd January, the NTU Employability Team came together to celebrate the successes of both students and employers during the last academic year.

  • Police officer at computer

    Police forces in England and Wales are being offered support with hate crime risk assessments following an evidence-based research project by Nottingham Trent University.

  • Graphic of people and mobile devices

    Smartphones mimic personal relationships by causing stress, but they also help us to cope with it, according to new research which explored mobile phones as digital companions.,-says-new-research

  • Get your car washed from £3

    NTU researchers welcomes the Government's response to the Labour Market Enforcement Strategy but call for a broader licensing scheme to tackle the long tail of informalized hand car washes across the UK.

  • Hands holding a game controller

    Pioneering research into behavioural addiction by Distinguished Professor Mark Griffiths at Nottingham Trent University has today been named as one of the UK’s 100 best breakthroughs for its significant impact on people’s everyday lives.

  • Dubai Global Grad Show Students

    Two NTU Product Design alumni were given the opportunity to showcase their final year projects at the Global Grad show in Dubai, an exhibition of innovation for design and technology.