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LJMU is currently in the process of mapping around six major capital developments across the city centre, the majority to be completed by 2020.14/06/18
The Roscoe Lecture, named ‘What do you think about when you think of nothing?’ entails the strange concept that meditating and clearing the mind often throws up a lot of questions- which is exactly what you are not meant to be doing04/06/18
The prestigious titles are awarded to those who have made an outstanding contribution to society, or an outstanding achievement by an individual in a given field, resonating with the ethos of the University and the city of Liverpool.30/05/18
Zia Chaudhry MBE is to join Liverpool John Moores University as the Director of the LJMU Foundation for Citizenship
As Director of the LJMU Foundation for Citizenship, Zia will lead the University’s social engagement activity, building on LJMU’s long history of community engagement and impact, ensuring that the University maintains strong and innovative partnerships with other community organisations.29/05/18
How are the England team looking? Who's going to win? We cornered BSc Science and Football student Elliot Fletcher to get his informed take on the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Take a look at some of the entries for the Images of Research Photography Competition.
Is dark tourism just another fad in the age of the selfie and tick list travelling? Gillian O’Brien explains its appeal and gives it historical context.
LJMU marketing student, Amy Collins started making pins as a side project but her creations quickly became sought after by many well-known brands across the city and further afield.
Medical cannabis challenges scientific norms and the usual regulation of medicines, writes Professor Harry Sumnall07/06/18
The Scottish club's move to support women's struggles with menstruation and sport is the first of its kind, write Dr Sarah Zipp and Dr Kay Standing21/05/18
Shipping is becoming greener, but this brings new safety challenges, writes Visiting Professor Paul A. Davies17/05/18
LJMU’s latest post-grad course collaboration with Agent Academy post graduate certificate in leadership and digital marketing15/05/18