News from 2023
New project to help solve energy poverty for isolated communities in Africa through cooking fuel solution
A team at Loughborough University will lead on developing a battolyser – a combined battery/electrolyser - to produce a new source of clean, reliable, and sustainable energy storage for off-grid communities in Africa.
Scientists develop probe that could unlock the mysteries of a vital cellular messenger and pave the way for new drug discoveries
A ground-breaking study by Loughborough University and the University of Oxford has led to the development of a small molecule probe that could deepen our understanding of a crucial cellular messenger and lead to the development of new therapeutic drugs.
School of Science research and innovation recognised at Insider Made in the Midlands Awards
Companies with strong links to Loughborough University’s research and innovation portfolio have won top accolades at this year’s Insider Made in the Midlands Awards, with Millitec Food Systems, Intelligent Energy, Plastic Energy among those shortlisted.
Loughborough researchers making science accessible to all at the Cheltenham Science Festival
Cutting edge research from Loughborough University will be part of the 21st Cheltenham Science Festival from Tuesday 6 to Sunday 11 June featuring hundreds of events with some of the best scientists, thinkers, writers and creators.
School of Science among the Loughborough University winners at this year's LeicestershireLive Innovation Awards
Loughborough University’s research and innovation activities enjoyed outstanding success at the LeicestershireLive Innovation Awards, receiving six awards including five of the 10 categories, as well as the overall Innovator of the Year – a closed category selected from all winners. School of Science staff were among those whose research was recognised.
Loughborough University spinout Figura Analytics closes seed investment round to take nanotech solution to the drinks industry
Loughborough University spinout Figura Analytics has successfully closed a seed funding round, led by a syndicate of angel investors, to bring its nanopore technology to the drinks market this year.