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Find out more about the recent Roscoe Lecture delivered by Professor Peter Toynem CBE DL: Memories and Milestones.21/07/17
Take a look at the new student social spaces, the first two spaces - in John Foster and Redmonds Buildings - are now complete.19/07/17
Find out more about the last day day of LJMU's 2017 Summer Graduation Ceremonies that were held at Liverpool Cathedral on Friday 14 July.14/07/17
Liverpool John Moores University awards Honorary Fellowship to David Carter at Liverpool Cathedral on Friday 14 July 2017.14/07/17
Students at LJMU have gained plenty of experience putting on productions of various kinds. They share their top tips for delivering a great performance.
We asked Dr Robbie Rae, a lecturer in genetics at LJMU, to teach us something about DNA and were amazed at the experiment he showed us.
More effective measures of detection are needed to help stop the trade in illegal animal products. An LJMU graduate is working on an innovative approach to address the problem.
You've finally made it to the big day but you're in a state of semi-disbelief. How can you be sure it's really happening? Not to worry, we list some of the unmissable signs that you've made it to graduation.
Homo naledi seems to have enjoyed small, hard foods like nuts, writes PhD candidate in biological anthropology Ian Towle18/07/17
A lot has changed since the last Home Office drug strategy - except their ability to ignore the advice of experts, writes LJMU's Harry Sumnall and Ian Hamilton from the University of York18/07/17
Professor Ian Fillis on developing a network to explore the impact of cultural activities in Liverpool and beyond17/07/17
Snail shells appear to be part of the creatures' immune system, explains Dr Robbie Rae06/07/17