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- Student Voices
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Students at LJMU have gained plenty of experience putting on productions of various kinds. They share their top tips for delivering a great performance.
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.
We asked students about their experiences moving to Liverpool and why they now love living here. Find out what they had to say.
LJMU’s FabLab takes first steps into fashion with 3D printed shoes featured at the British Style Collective event in Liverpool.
Ever thought about whose job it was to decide what products should be on the supermarket shelves? We catch up with graduate Emily Burr, a buyer for Booths Supermarket, to find out what it's like to decide what the nation eats.
LJMU students are an integral part of LightNight, contributing their ideas, time and expertise to make the night a great success.
Students on the Food Development and Nutrition course are gaining first-hand experience in the workings of a farm and learning about organic agriculture.
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.
We talk to women coaches about gender inequality in sports, particularly in the profession of coaching.