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Mental health lecturer launches website to help medical professionals support asylum seekers and refugees
A new online resource hub to help health care professionals signpost refugees and asylum seekers to support services has been created by a senior lecturer in mental health at LJMU.14/03/18
A worldwide network of active cities is set to expand following a knowledge-sharing event attended by ten different countries.14/03/18
Professor Mike Riley, Head of Department for Built Environment at LJMU, has been elected as Chair of the Council of Heads of Built Environment (CHOBE).14/03/18
Liverpool School of Art and Design will host its first art-science showcase after being awarded prestigious Leonardo LASER status
The first LASER session will focus on the theme of faces and identity with presentations on facial skin growth, forensic art and cosmetic surgery.12/03/18
The value of a university education has been a hot topic for some time. We look at the benefits to doing a degree - why it's a valuable investment in the professional and personal future of students.
Leicester City and Danish international goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel visits students from the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences.
Which books have made the top ten in our poll to find LJMU's favourites? The results are in...
We speak with Sara Parker whose day job is Reader in Development Studies at LJMU. Her secret life: a fair trade activist making a difference to communities in Nepal.
Bibha Simkhada and Edwin van Teijlingen look at why pregnant women and new mothers who feel totally powerless are taking their own lives in increasing numbers09/03/18
Prehistoric humans and their predecessors may have had a very different diet but their teeth suffered in similar ways to ours, writes anthropology lecturer Dr Ian Towle05/03/18
To save the orangutans we must both protect their forests and stop any hunting and killing within16/02/18
Dr Daniel Silverstone examines an international relationship forged over the past decade to reduce trafficking and illegal migration16/02/18