How to use nanotechnology safely in construction and demolition
Self-cleaning windows, very high strength concrete and thin, lightweight, super-efficient insulation – just three examples of new building materials with impressive properties made possible by nanotechnologies that manipulate materials atom by atom.
Most people do not understand willpower – here’s how to make it work for you
If you're only relying on willpower to stick to your New Year’s resolutions there's a chance you might be struggling right about now.
Getting the best out of your fitness tracker
Most fitness trackers provide valid and reliable measures of physical activity, for example, counting steps and activity minutes.
Cross-sex hormone therapy could be the answer for treating eating disorders in transgender people
Hormone therapy could reduce eating disorder symptoms in transgender people, a new study has found.
University academics contribute to landmark handbook on physical activity policy and practice
Thirty current and former Loughborough University academics have contributed to a landmark publication on physical activity policy and practice.
Tesco, Sainsbury’s, ASDA and Morrisons report Christmas growth but the bigger picture shows their market dominance continues to decline
Dr Jon Seaton, of Loughborough University's School of Business and Economics, analyses the longer-term power balance of the UK supermarket sector.
Simple ways to improve your child’s diet this New Year
Knowing what to feed your child to keep them healthy is only half the battle.
Top tips for a good night’s sleep
Many people don’t get enough sleep. Juggling work, family life and social activities can leave us in a constant state of tiredness.
Loughborough academic listed as a finalist for the 2018 FDM Everywoman in Technology awards
Dr Will Whittow has been listed as a finalist for the 2018 FDM Everywoman in Technology awards.
Community groups awarded University donations
The first round of Loughborough University’s Community Donation Open Fund 2017/18 has been awarded to a range of community groups.
Final swimmers added to England Commonwealth Games team
Team England have finalised their swimming and athletics squads for the 2018 Commonwealth Games on Australia’s Gold Coast, taking the number of Loughborough swimmers to nine and athletes to 23.
No-frills fitness routines to support any New Year health plan
Here are two back-to-basics workouts which anybody can try as part of their healthy New Year lifestyle.
New Year’s Honours for Loughborough alumni
Three alumnae, an honorary graduate and a Loughborough-based athlete have been recognised in the New Year’s Honours list 2018 for services to UK Sport and Design.
The basics of losing weight – a fool-proof way to shed pounds
You will never find a simpler, more effective way of losing weight than this… eat less, exercise more.
You don’t need the gym to HIIT your New Year goals
Nowhere in the calendar do two months clash as much as December and January.
Set goals and succeed like an Olympian: How to inject staying power into your New Year pledges
Goal-setting makes Olympic champions, according to Loughborough University sport and performance psychologist Dr David Fletcher.