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In a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, an international research team, led by Uppsala University with co-author Linus Girdland-Flink of LJMU, discovered kin relationships among Stone Age individuals buried in megalithic tombs on Ireland and in Sweden.16/04/19
LJMU has the highest number of Hubble Fellowships in the UK, as one of their latest awards goes to an Astrophysics Research Institute student straight out of her PhD. Dr Emma Beasor was also the only UK student awarded a Fellowship this year.11/04/19
LJMU, WWF and HUTAN came together to examine better ways of detecting the great apes in the Bornean forest canopy, by using drones fitted with thermal-imaging cameras.10/04/19
Endangered species like the Gouldian finch struggle in adapting to ever increasing habitat change, but black-headed females are leading the way in their survival.04/04/19
Find out how businesses are benefiting from the sustainability expertise within the Low Carbon Eco-Innovatory and Clean Growth UK.
Susie Ocana and Natalie Wade prove it’s never too late to learn. They both decided to return to education in order to progress their careers in human resource management.
Peter Carter studied Media Production at LJMU and has landed his dream job working on one of the most popular daytime programmes on television: Good Morning Britain.
Dr Renske Smit will be joining the Astrophysics Research Institute as an STFC Ernest Rutherford Fellow. We caught up with her to find out more about achievements in astronomy and her plans for her time at LJMU.
Moving away from home for university can be daunting. Here are six top tips for international students to support your wellbeing during this challenging transition.10/04/19
Genetic diseases are fairly common today, with more than one in 25 children being born with one. But the evolutionary history of such conditions is mysterious. Which genetic disorders were common in our ancestors and why? And do they still exist?05/04/19
Prescription drugs pregabalin and gabapentin have been reclassified – but it won’t stop problem use04/04/19
Jorge David Capera Holguín, undergraduate journalism student from Columbia reveals his best things to do in Liverpool as an international student.03/04/19