Our research groups and centres are a communications catalyst for activity of hundreds of academic staff members. The groups and centres encourage exploration, enquiry and collaboration between staff and students. More than 70 research groups and centres work across the nine Academic Schools with an aim to shape lives and society.
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Sustainable Consumption is a multidisciplinary research group that focuses on people’s influence on sustainability as users of products and services, ranging from consumer durables and clothing to buildings.
Our publishing arm, founded in 1998, is part of the English recovery research programme at NTU.
This is a major recovery research project that studies the history, culture and writings of working men and women.
This project examines why young people appear to be increasingly disillusioned with politics in Britain. It is based on a national survey of over a thousand British 18 year olds conducted in 2011, as well as the findings from fourteen focus groups.