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  • AI-inspired gloves

    A fashion design undergraduate who used artificial intelligence (AI) to create a collection of original knitwear designs says engaging with the technology will enhance - not replace - human creativity.

  • High Sheriff and Ilektra

    A ceremonial uniform to be worn by the High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire has been created by a Nottingham Trent University (NTU) student.

  • Rhianna with her design

    Lonely hybrid workers whose offices resemble a ‘ghost town’ will be welcomed back into the workplace by a coat stand which lights up to greet them.

  • Turmeric

    Consuming turmeric – the oriental spice often used in cooking - accelerates post-match recovery in professional footballers, a study has shown.,-study-suggests

  • Working together

    A summit bringing together regional businesses, trade unions and research communities to collaborate on Good Work policy and practice will take place for the first time later this month.

  • A man takes part in an online learning session with a group of people on his laptop screen

    Online driver training can be effective, but only if carefully designed to avoid boredom and distraction, according to a report by the Parliament Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS) and Nottingham Trent University.

  • Max Parker training

    A British rower who has hopes of becoming an Olympian has designed new gym equipment to support other athletes who may be prone to rib stress fractures.

  • Blue PrEP tablet with the letters HIV blurred in the background

    A new study is aiming to tackle the stigma around the use of Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), a lifesaving medication which can prevent the transmission of HIV.

  • THE Impact Ranking

    Nottingham Trent University is now a top 100 institution in the global Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings.

  • Tegan Cooke (right)

    A fashion student at Nottingham Trent University who has a chronic pain condition has created a clothing range to help people, like her, who have hidden disabilities.