Design student creates inclusive games controller to aid rehabilitation after being inspired by sister’s story
A student from Loughborough Design School has created a unique games controller designed for both rehabilitation and entertainment purposes as part of his final year project.
Lightning looking to silence Thunder and secure Superleague Grand Final spot
Loughborough Lightning Netball are gearing up for the biggest home game in their history on Saturday 30th June, as they take on Manchester Thunder in a semi-final clash that sees a place in the Vitality Netball Superleague Grand Final up for grabs.
Photo exhibitions in Ghana reveal what drives community food choices
People in Ghana have captured images of what drives what they eat and drink as part of a collaborative international project involving Loughborough University academics – and the photos are being exhibited this week.
Loughborough University partners with CASE to support philanthropy at African Universities
Loughborough University has joined forces with the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), the world’s leading association for advancement and philanthropy in higher education, to examine the current state of philanthropic support for higher education in Africa.
Research finds new benefits cut will put strain on many visually impaired people already finding it tough
New benefit cuts are set to put an unacceptable strain on many blind and partially sighted people, who already find it hard to meet their material and social needs, research by Loughborough University has found.
The Peter Harrison Centre for Disability Sport to present at IWBF Forum
The Peter Harrison Centre for Disability Sport at Loughborough University has collaborated with the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) to develop the new format of 3x3 wheelchair basketball.
England won the under-20 World Cup last year – so what can the team in Russia learn from the young Lion’s success?
What do England need to do to win the World Cup again?
England, the World Cup and childhood obesity
The biggest sporting event on the planet is dominated by junk food advertising – and today Public Health England announced that youngsters are eating twice the recommended amount of sugar.
Pioneering female engineer honoured through hall name
A new hall of residence on the Loughborough University campus is set to be named after Claudia Parsons, one of the UK’s first women engineers.
Loughborough University secures landmark deal with the Lawn Tennis Association
Loughborough University and Tennis Scotland at Stirling have today been named as the UK’s first two National Academies for tennis, a major milestone in the development of the Lawn Tennis Association’s ten-year Performance Strategy for British Tennis.
Leading experts on hydrodynamics join Loughborough University
Professor Qiuhua Liang and Professor Christopher Keylock are bringing their expertise on fluid dynamics to Loughborough University.
Are health care workers the answer to improving mental health patients’ physical well-being in secure hospitals?
More value needs to be placed in promoting exercise for people with severe mental health issues in secure hospital settings.
Design Degree Show 2018 to showcase diverse and innovative projects
Students from the Loughborough Design School will present their final-year projects at the Design Degree Show 2018, which opens to the public on Thursday 14 June.
Regular exercise may be more beneficial for men than post-menopausal women
The blood vessels of middle-aged men and women adapt differently to regular exercise according to new research by Loughborough University.