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Astronomers show that stars form rapidly and drive interstellar gas bubbles throughout galaxies.23/05/19
Plesiosaurs are an extinct group of marine reptiles from the age of dinosaurs who are famous for their long necks. The effect of such long necks on how these animals swam is a mystery but now computer simulations are helping LJMU scientists understand what would happen if a plesiosaur turned its head while swimming.23/05/19
The prestigious titles are awarded to those who have made an outstanding contribution to society, or an outstanding achievement by an individual in a given field, resonating with the ethos and values of the university and the city of Liverpool.22/05/19
Recent research published in Quaternary Science Reviews on the long extinct cave bear (Ursus spelaeus) has found their attempt to adapt to the growing harshness of the last ice age before their extinction.22/05/19
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?
Business Studies student Julia Harrison shares her favourite cultural events from Light Night 201924/05/19
Business Studies student Julia Harrison shares her advice for acing that essay question20/05/19
Martin Coulby from the Astrophysics Research Institute talks about his own mental health issues and the importance of the Staff Disability Network at LJMU.17/05/19
Business Studies student, Julia Harrison, shares her top tips in preparing for exams.16/05/19