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Don't stay home alone this Halloween, get out and be amongst the zombies, vampires and other assorted creatures of the night
Wildlife conservation student, Anna Starkey, shares her experiences studying macaques while trying to avoid insects in the wilds of Indonesia.
Liverpool Business School lecturers, Catherine Fairhurst and Lucy McGrath, discuss the role of accountants in the 21st century.
Have you ever stopped to think how essential electricity is in our lives? Graduates who studied Electrical and Electronic Engineering at LJMU tell us what the world would be like without it. Be afraid, be very afraid!
Food Development and Nutrition students at LJMU have created some amazing recipes following a placement at Meyer. Why not try them out for yourself?
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Research Institute for Sport and Exercise Sciences, we asked some of the students who completed their PhDs with the Institute over the last 20 years to share their stories.
Hannah Thompson, who set up her own dance company after graduating from LJMU, shares her top tips for starting a business.
Despite its reputation for being a difficult job market to break into, the creative and cultural sector is thriving in the UK. We talk to Tate Liverpool’s Lindsey Fryer to clear up the misconception and find out what skills are sought after by employers.
LJMU lecturer Jacqui McAssey talks about her fanzine, Girlfans, which documents how female football fans show support for their team through fashion.
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.