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    Scanning technology to detect drugs in international mail is being developed by a Nottingham-based technology company to tackle the distribution of narcotics in the United States.

  • Garden design

    A new short course in garden design will start at Brackenhurst Campus in September, aimed at amateur gardeners, and those with a general interest in garden design.

  • Student William Walter

    A wrist strap which cools a person’s blood flow has been developed by Nottingham Trent University student William Walter to sooth people during heatwaves.

  • A graduate attraction plan completed by local creative businesses

    The Market Intelligence workshop series aims to share and increase awareness of industry-specific opportunities and challenges with a focus on future-proofing the talent needs of local businesses.

  • Hafsah Hafeji at Belvoir Flower Show

    An NTU FdSc Horticulture student had the opportunity to build a border garden at this years’ Belvoir Flower Show in July.

  • Hand Car Washes across Bristol RPM

    Reflections from two SPUR researchers on mapping hand car washes across a large urban city as part of Good Work Nottingham.

  • Claire in sit ski

    NTU student Claire Ryan is pushing 200km to raise money and awareness for Snow Buddies UK, a charity that supports skiers and snowboarders with disabilities.

  • Strategic Partner AECOM accepting an ICE award for their research with NTU

    Nottingham Trent University (NTU) researcher Dr Roland Kromanis, alongside strategic partner AECOM, has been awarded a prestigious Institution for Civil Engineers (ICE) award for his work into application of low-cost cameras for measurement collection.

  • Student Engagement Team at NTU

    A team at Nottingham Trent University, which is using technology to help students succeed in their studies has won a prestigious Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) 2019 from Advance HE.

  • Group photo of CBJ award winners

    Graduating students from the Centre for Broadcasting & Journalism received prizes for their work, judged and presented by partners including ITV, BBC Nottingham and The Independent.