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LJMU lecturer, Jacqui McAssey, talks about her fanzine, Girlfans, which documents how female football fans show support for their team through fashion.
Whatever reason you're applying to uni through Clearing, our top tips can help you through the process
Scientists at LJMU are capturing the thermal profiles of animals at a local wildlife park in order to help researchers around the world classify and monitor endangered species in the wild.
Nikita Parris, student and Sport Scholar at LJMU, represented England at Euro 2017. We asked her how she manages to juggle her football career with her studies.
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.
Professor of Human Physiology Graeme Close offers expertise on the multi-billion pound protein supplement industry for TV documentary.
We asked students about their experiences moving to Liverpool and why they now love living here. Find out what they had to say.