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  • Horses in stable

    Temperature ranges used as an important measure of equine wellness may be too high to represent healthy horses, British research suggests.,-study-suggests

  • Young women being Cyber Bullied

    Young adults and males are more likely to experience cyberbullying, and to carry out cyberbullying themselves, than females and older people, new research has shown.,-new-research-reveals

  • Prof Philip Breedon

    Robots will perform spinal surgery with greater accuracy than humanly possible as part of a ground-breaking research project led by Nottingham Trent University.

  • Professor Mary Nevill

    An academic who captained the Great Britain hockey squad to a bronze medal in the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona has been awarded with an OBE for services to sport and sports science.

  • UI Green Metric logo

    NTU has been ranked as the fifth most sustainable university in the world for the second year running.

  • Sarah-Jackson.jpg

    Newly uncovered correspondence has revealed Sylvia Pankhurst’s concerns over wiretapping, 70 years before the Government disclosed her secret surveillance by MI5 to the public.

  • Graphic of people and mobile devices

    Smartphones mimic personal relationships by causing stress, but they also help us to cope with it, according to new research which explored mobile phones as digital companions.,-says-new-research

  • Tilak.jpg

    Clothing embedded with tiny solar cells the size of a flea will allow wearers to generate electricity on the move and charge items like mobile phones and smartwatches.!-clothes-embedded-with-solar-cells-to-charge-your-mobile-phone

  • Juergen-Maier

    The chief executive of Siemens UK has been appointed as a member of Nottingham Trent University’s Board of Governors.

  • Chicken

    Modern meat chickens are a defining feature of the Anthropocene according to new research by the University of Leicester in conjunction with Nottingham Trent University.