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We talk to Professor Andy Newsam, Director of the National Schools’ Observatory, about the Apollo 11 Moon landing and learn some interesting facts about the Moon along the way.
Take a look at some of the potential career options available to maths graduates.
Field trip gives Policing Studies and Forensics students insight into crime scene forensics and approaches to policing in the US.
Why the engineering industry is appealing 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.
Find out how students have benefited from taking part in creative projects, placements and internships at Liverpool's much-loved music festival.
We chat with Becca Hope and Julia Harrison about their experiences staying away from social media and discover their top tips on how to let go.
Liverpool is a magnet for students as a safe and affordable home from home. Here are just some of the reasons why Liverpool is a great student destination.