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  • First-memories

    Nearly 40 per cent of people have a fictional first memory, according to a new study involving Nottingham Trent University.,-study-finds

  • Hate Crime

    The Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services report on police responses to hate crime in England and Wales found a ‘postcode lottery’ in terms of police responses. Nottingham Trent University has already been working on these important issues. The University has piloted a new risk assessment tool, implemented by Nottinghamshire Police following evaluative feedback from officers.,-streamline-and-improve-hate-crime-reporting

  • Szilvia Ponyiczki MFA Fine Art

    Masters students from around the globe will exhibit original art and design works during Nottingham Trent University’s annual postgraduate show: Mastered.

  • Online-customer-reviews

    Nottingham Trent University is leading a €7.2 million project to develop a circular economy approach for everyday products and services through their life cycles.

  • Chris-Reed

    The first female managing director of Boots, an international ice hockey player and a former Paralympic swimmer are among the figures to receive honorary degrees at Nottingham Trent University (NTU).

  • Woman being following on street

    People in Nottinghamshire will not tolerate misogyny hate crime and a policy introduced in 2016 is already shifting the attitudes of both victims and potential perpetrators, according to a new report.

  • University Hall

    Nottingham Trent University has completed the first phase of refurbishment works of a former Wesleyan Chapel in time for it to become a venue for this year’s degree ceremonies.

  • Temporary river

    Global CO2 emissions are being significantly underestimated because the contribution to carbon cycling of more than half of the world’s river networks are being ignored, a new study suggests.,-study-finds

  • Complete University Guide

    The impact Nottingham’s two universities have on the city and wider community will be heard as part of a national inquiry.

  • Group photo of graduates and employers from last year's scheme

    A host of businesses from Nottinghamshire will put their challenges to students as the annual Grads4Nottm scheme returns.