Latest research news
Tue 04 Oct 2022
Mispronouncing student names can impact learning motivation and sense of belonging
Consistently mispronouncing a student’s name can impact on their learning motivation and sense of belonging, according to research by Nottingham Trent University (NTU).
Microscopic ‘nano-shuttles’ may help drive degeneration of brain cells, research suggests
Mon 03 Oct 2022
Podcast: Exorcism harm and committing crimes in your sleep
Fri 30 Sep 2022
National Emergencies Trust to expand work after NTU evaluation of Coronavirus Appeal
Fri 30 Sep 2022
Internal School conference celebrates recent research successes and projects happening within animal, rural and environmental sciences
Thu 29 Sep 2022
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With hundreds of expert researchers in our community, our Expert Blogs allow you to explore their ideas and opinions in more detail.
Expert Blog: Her Majesty The Queen’s lifelong solidarity with refugees
Expert Blog by Dr Amy Williams, a historian with expertise in national and international memories of the Kindertransport, of the School of Arts and Humanities at Nottingham Trent University
Expert Blog: The naming of King Charles III
Expert Blog: The naming of King Charles III, by Professor Martyn Bennett of Nottingham Trent University
Expert blog: What can Queen Elizabeth’s death (and life) tell us about the value of group memberships?
Dr Juliet Wakefield explores the benefits of group belonging and how collective mourning can increase our wellbeing.
Expert Blog: St Giles' Cathedral and the Monarchy
Professor Martyn Bennett, of Nottingham Trent University, explains the history of St Giles' Cathedral and the monarchy
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