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It is with great sadness that the university marks the passing of Lady Grantchester, Honorary Fellow, and eldest daughter of the university namesake the late Sir John Moores.07/02/19
Liverpool John Moores University has been part of an international research team, led by Professor Beatrice Hahn and colleagues at the Perelman School of Medicine, who have been studying the origin of HIV-1 in non-human primates for decades.05/02/19
Astronomers, including Professor Maurizio Salaris from the Astrophysics Research Institute at Liverpool John Moores University, used the Hubble Space Telescope to photograph the globular star cluster NGC 6752 (located 13,000 light-years away in our Milky Way's halo).31/01/19
Andrew Davies, who is in his second year studying a Sport and Exercise Science degree, has completed his mission to raise £150,000 to pay back the hospital which saved his life six years ago.28/01/19
Find out how Rinchen Tuladhar, a Software Engineering student and LFC Foundation volunteer, has made a positive impact in Liverpool and beyond.
We talk to LJMU’s nutrition expert, Professor Graeme Close, to find out what we should be eating in order to be happy and healthy.
Liverpool is a fantastic place to be for Valentine’s Day – you can have a great time without spending too much money. Check out our top recommendations.
Love reading and analysing books? Consider studying English Literature – a degree that opens doors to a wide range of careers.
Despite being illegal, chhaupadi, the practice of exiling menstruating women and girls from their home – often to a cow shed – is still practised in some areas of Western Nepal. Chhaupadi is an extreme example of the stigmas and restrictions around menstruation that exist not only in Nepal, but also globally.01/02/19
Demelza Kooij's film The Breeder considers the darker implications of our cultural fetish with cute.01/02/19
Science and Football student, Farhan Kharawala, shares his experiences of a recent field trip to Finch Farm.12/12/18
Two Sport Psychology students share their experiences of their field trip to Manchester United training ground and the English Institute of Sport.07/12/18