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LJMU student Ian Loftus discovers the cathartic act of writing as a way of coping with his bereavement
You wouldn’t think there would be time to start your own business while studying for a doctorate in sport and exercise psychology, but that’s exactly what Lydia Mountford has done.
Interested in finding out how the pros achieve their training goals? We talk to LJMU’s Dave Clark to learn about strength and conditioning.
Wildlife conservation student, Anna Starkey, shares her experiences studying macaques while trying to avoid insects in the wilds of Indonesia.
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.
We're celebrating our 25th anniversary so it seems a great time to reflect on some of our achievements.
LJMU students are given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to venture out into the wilds of Tanzania to study primates in their natural habitat. Find out about their experiences.