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    Google Earth used for first time in tree census

    18 August 2017

    Technology has been developed which allows Google Earth to be used for a census of palm trees over large areas of land.

  • Nottingham is bidding to become European Capital of Culture 2023

    University backs Nottingham’s bid to become European Capital of Culture 2023.

  • Objects made by student Denise Coupland

    A group of Year Two students exhibit giftware designs at the famous Derbyshire Pottery

  • Aimee Carter sat at a desk in the Costume studios

    Aimee Carter gains the role of Trainee Costume Buyer at the leading performing arts venue on London’s vibrant Southbank

  • Artist's impression of Brackenhurst Campus

    The new flagship building for Nottingham Trent University’s Brackenhurst Campus – a main reception and adjoining state-of-the-art environment centre – has been given the go-ahead by planners.

  • Students in roof top garden at NTU

    Student satisfaction rates for Nottingham Trent University are among the highest in the country according to the latest national figures.

  • Professor Al-Habaibeh and student Dylan Knight

    A student and researcher from Nottingham Trent University have developed a unique way for washing machine companies to clean up their carbon emissions and save the UK almost 45,000 tonnes of CO2 a year in transportation.

  • MBA alumni event

    Nottingham Business School invited MBA alumni to share their experiences of completing their dissertations and the issues they faced with the current 2017 cohort.The event aimed to provide the current cohort with insightful information to help them through their dissertations whatever stage they may be at.