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Interactive exhibition examines the selfie phenomenon

An exhibition will explore the modern selfie culture by allowing visitors to take images of themselves with flatbed scanners and help shape the artwork. Publishing Rooms – by brothers Andrew and Iain Foxall – is open at the Bonington Gallery between 15 April and 20 May. Visitors will be greeted by various scanners which will take images that can be ... Read More »

The future of furniture: Student designs to go on the market

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Two item outline understudies from Nottingham Trent University are celebrating after furniture creators consented to put their outlines available. James Green, 34, and Daniel Lau, 23, who have quite recently moved on from the college’s School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment, are anticipating seeing their plans go discounted to the overall population. James’ cement end table – i4wr1 ... Read More »

Academics invent walls made from recycled shredded paper

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Dividers could be produced using shredded paper after specialists at Nottingham Trent University created another material which is as solid as MDF. A study headed by Dr Anton Ianakiev, of the School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment, and Dr Anthony Crabbe, of School of Art & Design, built another, unbending composite material which is paper-based additionally fire and ... Read More »

Broadcasters among those to receive honorary degrees

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Property designer Sarah Beeny and BBC journalist Jeremy Bowen will be among the recognized beneficiaries of privileged degrees from Nottingham Trent University between July 21 and 25. Sarah Beeny turned into a well known family unit name in the wake of introducing TV property shows, for example, Property Ladder and recording the conversion of her own Grade II-recorded home, Rise ... Read More »

University students to get more active thanks £10 million of Sport England funding

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College understudies will have more chances to get into game because of £10 million of National Lottery speculation from Sport England’s University Sport Activation Fund. Fifty-four colleges the nation over will experience the financing to get about 180,000 new understudies playing game consistently. Sport England Director of Community Sport, Mike Diaper, said: “We know colleges assume a key part in ... Read More »

University launches first multidisciplinary master’s degree

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Nottingham Trent University has launched a master’s degree which allows postgraduates to study different academic disciplines as part of the same course. The Multidisciplinary Master’s is set to launch in September and is the first of its kind for the university. Previously, postgraduate students have studied multiple subjects from the same academic area. But now they will be able to ... Read More »

New dean for university’s School of Science and Technology

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A new dean has been appointed for Nottingham Trent University’s School of Science and Technology. Professor Martin McGinnity has joined from the University of Ulster, where he was Professor of Intelligent Systems Engineering within the Faculty of Computing and Engineering. The School of Science and Technology – based at the university’s Clifton Campus – is a multidisciplinary environment for learning, ... Read More »

Scientists edging nearer to a rapid test for bovine tuberculosis

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Scientists are developing a portable testing device which would be capable of detecting bovine tuberculosis in cattle in just a matter of minutes. The major study, involving experts at Nottingham Trent University (NTU), would mean that appropriate measures could be taken more quickly to limit the spread of the infectious disease – which is one of the biggest challenges facing ... Read More »

Nutrition study may help to reduce bone injury

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Scientists are investigating bone health in elite athletes as part of a study that aims to find new ways to stave off injury. The Nottingham Trent University research, joint funded with the English Institute of Sport, will examine the effects of nutrient intake on bone health in athletes. The researchers will focus their attention on stress fractures, a common injury ... Read More »

Nottingham Trent University names new Chancellor

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Kevin Cahill CBE – the chief executive of Comic Relief – has been appointed as the new Chancellor of Nottingham Trent University. He will take up the post from July this year and will succeed the current Chancellor, Sir Michael Parkinson CBE, who is set to retire from the role. Mr Cahill has been the chief executive of Comic Relief ... Read More »

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