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Read more about how LJMU's Liverpool Telescope has helped to find seven earth-sized worlds.22/02/17
Read more about the Good Citizenship Award presented to Georgia Johnson in recognition of her fundraising and support for homeless people in Liverpool.16/02/17
Read more about the guest speakers for the global conference of the International Council for Coaching Excellence being hosted by LJMU.14/02/17
Sir Vince Cable sets out impact of Brexit and ‘Industrial Strategy’ on the North in latest Roscoe lecture14/02/17
LJMU students are given a once in a lifetime opportunity to venture out into the wilds of Tanzania to study primates in their natural habitat. Find out about their experiences.
We catch up with Greg Whyte to ask him about his recent work in public engagement in sport science and to find out what it’s like training celebrities for Sport and Comic Relief Challenges.
We talk to women coaches about gender inequality in sports, particularly in the profession of coaching.
Meet LJMU primate specialist and lecturer in Animal Behaviour, Dr Alex Piel. He talks about his research on chimpanzees and what they tell us about our own history.
This research could provide an answer to some of the problems posed by antibiotic resistance23/02/17
Some have said that technology could lead to 'a new ice age' of social isolation. Not so fast, says the author of a new book about shyness21/02/17
Running isn't just good for the heart and lungs, an LJMU Biomechanics study reveals16/02/17
Dr Alison Lui on this year's School of Law student debating competition at London's historic Inner Temple, and how the partnership benefits staff and students alike15/02/17