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  • Team of business people work together and combine pieces of gears

    Online courses to help managers build their professional leadership skills in a flexible and ‘stackable’ way have been launched by Nottingham Business School, including qualifications on climate change, leadership resilience and ethical problem solving.

  • Symphonic Pops event

    The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra will join NTU Choir at the Royal Concert Hall in April for an evening full of pop music hits.

  • ESG investment graphic of hands on a computer with ESG logos

    A team of world-leading experts in business transformation are teaming up to empower environmental, social and governance (ESG) driven businesses to thrive more by making sustainability even more profitable through a global project funded by the British Council.

  • 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.

  • A tree growing inside of a book

    An expert blog on ecological English Literature with a focus on New Weird fiction writer Jeff VanderMeer

  • Danielle Thompsett at her work desk with computer

    Work by a Nottingham Trent University student to raise awareness of victims’ rights among police officers is set to be shared with forces across the UK.

  • Zahra Rahemtulla

    Older people will be alerted to the increased risk of falls thanks to a new smart sock created by electronic textiles (e-textiles) experts at Nottingham Trent University.

  • African wild dogs

    The extent of roadkill globally is much worse than previously thought and could even become a ‘tipping point’ for the survival of some local populations of mammals, a new study suggests.,-study-reveals-and-some-mammal-populations-could-even-reach-tipping-point

  • Man lying in bed awake

    People whose sleep has been affected by major trauma are to be supported with their recovery by a new service at Nottingham Trent University.

  • Young girl lying awake in bed

    A new study to better understand sleep in children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) has been launched by Nottingham Trent University – with parents of children with ADHD invited to take part.