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Visit the top galleries in Liverpool and be inspired by some of the best art in the country.
Rusty Drysdale was nominated for Outstanding Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion in this year’s Student Nursing Times Awards. We caught up with him to find out why he was recognised.
Students studying English at LJMU were treated to a special Q&A with the presenter of BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour.
With the potential to earn over 30K as a starting salary, why wouldn't you consider a career in the engineering and technology sectors?
Stephanie Tamdem Guetchueng is a PhD student working alongside drug discovery researchers at LJMU to find new ways to control the disease.
Find out how businesses are benefiting from the sustainability expertise within the Low Carbon Eco-Innovatory and Clean Growth UK.
Susie Ocana and Natalie Wade prove it’s never too late to learn. They both decided to return to education in order to progress their careers in human resource management.
Dr Renske Smit will be joining the Astrophysics Research Institute as an STFC Ernest Rutherford Fellow. We caught up with her to find out more about achievements in astronomy and her plans for her time at LJMU.
Journalism students were given the opportunity to work alongside some of the biggest names in broadcasting at the BBC 6 Music Festival. We caught up with Reanna Smith to find out what it was like.
By day, Cathryn Appleton works in the digital creative department of TJ Morris but in her spare time you’ll find her in front of Liverpool landmarks painstakingly setting up miniature scenes for Honey, I shrunk Liverpool.