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  • Mobile phone

    Nottinghamshire Healthcare has partnered with Nottingham Trent University (NTU) to develop their own Tag 4 Active Lives interactive app for patients and staff at Highbury Hospital, a Trust site providing adult mental health and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities services.

  • 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).

  • Data science

    Nottingham Trent University has been named among the successful institutions to receive The Alan Turing Institute’s first ever Network Development Awards.

  • Computer

    Women interested in studying computer science have been able to apply for a bursary worth £12,000 – the first of its kind ever offered at Nottingham Trent University.

  • Hannah Jacob winner of Grads for Games 2021

    Winning the Student Hero award is a great achievement. Read to find out about how Hannah bagged herself a win at the Grads in Games awards 2021.

  • Event

    NTU is a partner in a £1.6 million project which has been launched to support the recovery of Nottingham’s cultural sector with the development of new immersive technology and techniques to help businesses attract audiences and customers.

  • Microsoft certification

    The Department of Computer Science at NTU has teamed up with Microsoft to pilot an online digital skills programme helping students to become the complete professional package.

  • Mobile phone

    Research published today shows how digital providers are coming together to support the mental health needs of millions of users unable to access traditional services during the COVID-19 pandemic.,-say-researchers

  • Women in Leadership Course

    Nottingham Trent University will lead the delivery of two new ESF business support projects focusing on leadership and management and STEM skills.

  • KTP team

    Two recent KTPs led by researchers in our School of Science & Technology have been awarded the highest levels attainable by Innovate UK