Anthropologists show how migrant communities physically grow taller when they leave hardship behind
A new study has shown that migrant populations moving to more affluent countries grow physically taller over relatively short periods of time.
Loughborough number one in the world for sports subjects
Loughborough has retained its position as the best university in the world for sports-related subjects in the global 2018 QS higher education league table.
Expert on art, science and heritage joins Loughborough University
Renowned art historian Professor Phillip Lindley has joined the School of the Arts, English and Drama at Loughborough University.
NHS guidance about dressing infants in “one extra layer” is being put to the test
Scientists are examining NHS guidance to parents which recommends dressing infants in one extra layer of clothing when using a sling.
Loughborough trains more than 1,000 people in CPR on Valentine’s Day
Loughborough University, Loughborough Students’ Union and the British Heart Foundation came together on the most heart-themed day of the year to train more than 1,000 people in CPR.
An economist’s guide to Valentine’s Day spending – love on a budget
Loved-up millennials are expected to be the biggest spenders this Valentine’s Day with an average outgoing of more than £80 on wining, dining, flowers and gifts – but you don’t need to break the bank to melt a heart.
Project will draw up national guidance for internet provision in libraries
Researchers at Loughborough have begun to develop a set of national guidelines for internet use in public libraries and other community spaces.
Birch lands badminton spot for Gold Coast
Loughborough alumna Chloe Birch has secured her spot for the forthcoming Commonwealth Games in Australia after a fine 2017.
Study aims to learn more about career-ending injuries suffered by fast bowlers
Loughborough sports scientists are working with the England and Wales Cricket Board to investigate the link between fast bowling and potentially career-ending back injuries.
International relations and global security expert joins Loughborough University
Professor Caroline Kennedy-Pipe, one of the UK’s leading experts on international relations and global security has joined Loughborough University.
Loughborough Lightning Netball gunning for Superleague success
Vitality Netball Superleague table toppers. Fast 5s champions. Grand Final runners-up. 2017 was quite the year for Loughborough Lightning Netball, but now they’re ready to put all of that behind them and go in pursuit of even more glory.
Nominations are now open for University Prizes
Do you know a student who has gone out of their way to help you or to serve the Loughborough community?
Loughborough University and the British Heart Foundation partner for Valentine’s Day event that aims to increase cardiac arrest survival rates
Loughborough University, Loughborough Students’ Union and the British Heart Foundation are joining forces on the most heart-themed day of the year to try and increase cardiac arrest survival rates.
International design expert announced as next Dean of Loughborough Design School
One of the world’s leading design experts, Professor Cees de Bont has been announced as the new Dean of Loughborough University’s Design School.