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  • Meerkats

    Scientists are investigating whether meerkats detect emotions from people such as happiness, sadness or anger and then adapt their behaviour accordingly.

  • British Farming Awards Logo

    Recent graduate Daisy Haigh has been shortlisted for Agricultural Student of the Year at the British Farming Awards.

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    New for September 2024 entry, undergraduate students will now be able to study BSc (Hons) Artisan Food Production, an additional offering to NTU’s FdSc Artisan Food Production course.

  • Kate Rose who is one of the finalists

    NTU Level 6 Food Industry Technical Professionals, Kate Rose and Rosie Barnes, are finalists at the Food and Drink Federation awards.

  • Cheetah

    A cheetah climbs a scent marking tree in the Skeleton Coast National Park, north-west Namibia.

  • Elephant

    Elephants particularly enjoy the presence of zoo visitors a new study has suggested.,-study-shows

  • Pamela Ellis

    Our Head of Further Education, Pamela Ellis, received a royal invitation when she was nominated by the Department for Education to attend a Royal Garden Party hosted by King Charles III

  • Bramley apple tree US ambassador

    NTU and Sherwood Forest Trust donate saplings grafted from two of Nottinghamshire’s most iconic trees - the Bramley Apple tree and the Major Oak - to the London garden of the US Ambassador, at Winfield House.

  • Chloe Roberts

    After graduating from NTU just two years ago with a BSc in Animal Biology, Chloe Roberts has been very successful in her career so far. Securing a graduate role with the poultry producer Moy Park allowed Chloe to begin building a professional network and gain a wide reaching knowledge of the industry.

  • Turbines

    There is an urgent need to assess the potential impact of windfarms being installed on precious and vulnerable peatlands, according to a new study.