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  • A diverse team looks happy in conversation. They are sitting around with laptops in front of them

    The performance of workers across their employment life span has been mapped by a new study, which found that more complex jobs can help employees to maintain their ability to be proactive and adaptive at work as they grow older.

  • 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

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    By Dr Johan Rewilak, Senior Lecturer in Sports Economics, School of Science and Technology

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    Mortgage holders living in cities and other urban areas are more likely to struggle with their monthly repayments than those residing in rural locations, a new study by Nottingham Trent University has found.,-study-shows

  • 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.

  • Rowena Hill and Jacqueline Kirk

    Two Nottingham Trent University researchers have joined government departments to work with policymakers on addressing some of the major challenges facing the UK.

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    Expert Blog: CRG’s campaign on Confucius Institutes in the UK, by Dr Tao Zhang of Nottingham Trent University

  • Group of students working together

    Organisations looking for new ways to deliver positive change and growth can access the knowledge and skills of final year business students, as Nottingham Business School (NBS) launches its #NBSBright challenge for 2022.

  • 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.

  • Soapbox science

    Vaccines, snakebites and new treatments for brain tumours are some of the subjects being covered by women scientists who are taking over Speakers’ Corner in Nottingham to share their knowledge with the general public on July 16.