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  • Hand Car Washes across Bristol RPM

    Reflections from two SPUR researchers on mapping hand car washes across a large urban city as part of Good Work Nottingham.

  • Market Square Nottingham

    Improving the human rights of Nottingham residents, such as ensuring access to decent work, housing and food, will be discussed at a special event which brings together researchers, community organisations and local authority representatives.

  • Man with child

    How do you support workplace health and wellbeing? Academics from the Work, Wellbeing and Performance Research Group at NTU have teamed up with Good Work Nottingham to explore a range of critical themes.

  • LFGWC eport cover

    When we began Good Work Nottingham we said we'd explore the key employment and work trends locally. Our latest report Laying the Foundations of a Good Work City does just that. Here are five of the key things you need to know.

  • Virtual Reality

    Participants needed in study to explore how virtual reality can reduce social anxiety

  • post it wall

    A review of Nottingham Civic Exchange's Economic Insecurity student design challenge session for students of NTU.

  • Dr Ros Hague

    Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is to offer a number of full-time PhD Scholarships and Stipends in the Department of Politics and International Relations after receiving a substantial gift in memory of a former lecturer.

  • Pharmacist taking boxes of tablets off a shelf

    A University project in Uganda which aims to tackle antibiotic resistance has been awarded funding from the Department for Health and Social Care.

  • Burglar alarm keypad

    Newly published research has shown that the presence of internal and external lights and window and door locks are more effective in reducing burglary than alarms. The findings also reveal the population groups typically without this protection who are more likely to fall victim to burglary.,-and-identifies-those-most-at-risk

  • Children reading

    Children with Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) will be able to benefit from new support with their literacy skills after Nottingham Trent University was awarded £118,000 from the Leverhulme Trust.