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  • Professor Eiman Kanjo

    NTU researcher Professor Eiman Kanjo has been named among the Top 50 Women in Engineering by The Women’s Engineering Society (WES).

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    Dr Bernadette Devilat, an expert in digital architecture, explains the benefits of scanning heritage sites for preservation purposes

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    An expert blog on COVID-19 propaganda by Dr Colin Alexander of the School of Arts and Humanities

  • Young couple ride their horses along road wearing safety gear and being seen by other road users , a queue of cars are waiting behind needing to pass when it is safe to do so.

    Helping drivers to connect with horse riders and cyclists through personal stories could lead to safer behaviours on the road, according to research by Nottingham Trent University (NTU), which has informed a new safety campaign from The British Horse Society (BHS).

  • Professional female swimmer ready to dive into a pool

    Dr Seema Patel, expert and researcher on gender discrimination in sport, comments on the decision by swimming’s governing body to ban transgender women swimmers from competing in female categories.,-performance-and-human-rights

  • Red kite

    By Dr Esther Kettel, lecturer in ecology and conservation, School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences

  • European Union refugee crisis concept. People in front of a border wall with a EU flag

    To mark World Refugee Day 2022, Dr Ruth Brittle - immigration and asylum law expert -discusses the plight of refugees and the government deal to send asylum seekers to Rwanda.,-we-all-need-healing

  • Knee joint

    A new study will use pioneering technology to investigate how osteoarthritis impacts different joint structures.

  • European Institute of Cultural Routes

    On Monday 13 June, Nottingham Trent University (NTU) brought together the UK members of the Cultural Routes Programme for a two-day conference entitled ‘The Conference for Cultural Routes of the Council for Europe in the UK’. Joined by relevant UK heritage and tourism organisations, the conference explored the opportunities and challenges that the Cultural Routes present and aimed to raise the profile of the routes involving the UK, as well as to highlight future directions for further development. The Council of Europe’s Cultural Routes Programme has been running successfully for over thirty years. The Cultural Routes link destinations, heritage sites, museums and monuments across Europe for the purposes of cultural tourism, heritage protection, promotion, education and sustainable development.

  • Medication

    Scientists have embarked on a study to enable them to more accurately predict resistance to new antibiotics before it occurs in patients.