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    Nottingham Trent University (NTU) has lifted the Outstanding Support for Students trophy at the sixteenth annual THE Awards for its work on sexual violence prevention and response.

  • Man holding a hard hat

    A report into the psychological wellbeing of employees in the key infrastructure industries of maritime/energy, construction, engineering, food and digital has recommended that mental health should be treated as seriously as physical health to protect workers and maintain safety standards.

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    Nottingham Trent University has been praised for increasing its support for deaf students during the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Hands holding a globe and a city

    Nottingham Business School (NBS) is to deliver its Carbon Literacy Training to students from across the world as it joins the Global University Climate Forum, led by Yale University in the US.

  • Bioscience home lab kits ready to send out to students

    Academics within our Biosciences department have come up with an ingenious solution to the challenges of blended learning, by designing a ‘Home Lab’ kit that first year Biosciences students can use at home.

  • Cave 465 interior

    Researchers studying ancient wall paintings in a Tibetan Buddhist cave temple in north west China made a surprising discovery, when they uncovered a prayer written in Sanskrit which they believe may have been accidentally pasted onto the ceiling upside down by workers more than 700 years ago.

  • Crossed Lines exhibition logo

    A crowd-sourced online exhibition of literary telephones has launched celebrating the history of the phone call in literature from the late 19th Century to the present day.

  • Child putting a rainbow picture on the window

    Parents in Nottingham have shared their experiences of the COVID-19 lockdown as part of a new study which hopes to influence the support given to families in future lockdowns and other emergency situations.

  • Antiviral facemask

    A new antiviral facemask which uses nanotechnology to kill viruses including COVID-19 and influenza has been designed and developed by a Nottingham Trent University scientist.

  • Map of Britain and Ireland

    People who lead transnational lives between Britain and Ireland are being invited to share the impact of COVID-19 travel restrictions between the two countries.