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  • Product Design student Eve Tollett

    A student at Nottingham Trent University who has trichotillomania – a condition which makes someone compulsively pull out their own hair – has created a pocket-sized device to help other people manage the condition.

  • NTU 1st in the UK for Employability, Uni Compare 2024

    Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is 1st in the UK for Employability in this year’s Uni Compare rankings.

  • NTU AGCAS award winner

    Nottingham Trent University has won the AGCAS Sustainability Impact Award 2024 for its Professional Student Wardrobe project.

  • Award ceremony for Mansfield bus scheme

    A student travel scheme facilitated by the county council, which has seen more than 425,000 journeys made by students, staff and apprentices since its launch nine months ago, has won a national award.

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    Research to examine the health of wild, male mountain gorillas (gorilla beringei beringei) in Rwanda has received a prestigious grant from the International Primatological Society (IPS).

  • Professor Rowena Hill

    Nottingham Trent University (NTU) researcher Professor Rowena Hill has been awarded an MBE - Member of the British Empire - in the King’s Birthday Honours for her work to understand the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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    Increased use of facial expression – everything from smiles to eyebrow raises – leads to people being seen as more likeable, according to a large-scale study by Nottingham Trent University.

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    A large scale survey which examines UK employee engagement has found that a third of people are distracted at work due to their personal finances; they were also more likely to report unmanageable job stress.

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    Being self-centred, ruthless and manipulative is believed to help elite athletes achieve glory – but could be negatively impacting relationships with coaches, a new study suggests.

  • Tank Man Censorship

    Dr Tao Zhang on May 35th 1989 in Tiananmen Square and the rise of memory activism