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World Health Organization (WHO) has confirmed that LJMU’s Public Health Institute (PHI) will continue to be recognised as a WHO Collaborating Centre for Violence Prevention.18/06/19
A new study investigating a home-based, high-intensity interval training regimen was recently carried out by LJMU’s Research Institute for Sport and Exercise Sciences and has now been published in The Journal of Physiology.18/06/19
We’re thrilled to learn that one of our Creative Writing graduates, Callan Waldron-Hall, was recently recognised for his outstanding writing at the Poetry Business New Poets Prize.13/06/19
An LJMU Lecturer at the Liverpool School of Art and Design, Dr Robert Macdonald, has won the Design in Mental Health Network Award (DIMHN) for his contribution to local mental health services.06/06/19
With International Women in Engineering Day approaching, the industry appeals for more female talent.
Dimitrios Christou chose to study Sport Development at LJMU based on the idea that sport has the power to make a positive impact in people’s lives. He's on his way to making this happen with Everton in the Community.
As the Women’s World Cup gets underway in France, one of England’s brightest talents is a familiar face here at LJMU.
Do you find yourself scrolling while walking? If so, social media may just be taking over your life. If you're thinking you ought to reduce your social media usage, our tips can help.
Dr Lorna Brookes has organised 'Our Time to be Heard', the first prisoner's children conference. Children who have been impacted by parental imprisonment will speak to an audience of MPs and policymakers.05/06/19
As part of an ongoing research collaboration into TV and film, we analysed the 2018 series of the ITV show – and the public’s reaction to it – and found that one of the key ingredients for the show’s popularity is not the romantic couplings, but the bromances formed.03/06/19
Dr Rachel Willie, Senior Lecturer in English Literature and Cultural History, discusses the use of violence in Game of Thrones.29/05/19
Over the past ten years, violence among young people involved in gangs has claimed hundreds of lives and dominated national debate in the UK.28/05/19