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  • Dew pond at Brackenhurst Campus

    This summer, works have been underway at several ponds across Nottingham Trent University’s (NTU) Brackenhurst Campus to improve their ecological value for the campus’s great crested newt population.

  • Brackenhurst alumni wedding

    Two of our very own graduates said “I do” last month, back where it all began.

  • Chimpanzees

    Primates spent more time resting and alone, performed more sexual and dominance behaviours and ate less when zoos and safari parks were closed to the public during the first COVID-19 lockdown, a study suggests.,-research-suggests

  • Cat

    Self-proclaimed ‘cat people’ might not always know what’s best for their pets when it comes to showing them affection, new research suggests – and it could affect their cat’s behaviour during interactions.,-study-suggests

  • FSBI Symposium sign

    The annual fish biology and fisheries conference was hosted by Professor Iain Barber and Professor Andrew Hirst at Nottingham Trent University's Brackenhurst Campus.

  • Horse and rider

    New research into equestrian eventing safety has assessed different types of fence and course design, and quantified their associated risk of falling for either rider or horse.

  • Bears

    Some female bears may select dens for hibernation in areas nearer to human activity to keep the threat of males from them and their vulnerable new-born cubs, researchers suggest.

  • Further education awards ceremony

    On 29 June, completers across Level two and three qualifications from Brackenhurst came together to celebrate their achievements at the refurbished synagogue on Shakespeare Street.

  • Avena Grains team members Thomas Hall and Jade Murby holding their cash prize cheque

    A group of Food Science and Technology students bagged third place at the annual eco-friendly food competition.

  • Equine students run a charity dressage event in aid of British Equestrians for Ukraine

    The NTU Brackenhurst Equine Management students organised and ran a hugely successful charity dressage event, raising money for British Equestrians for Ukraine.