Arts Degree Show to showcase work of emerging artists
Students from the School of the Arts, English and Drama are set to exhibit a wide range of work at the 2018 Arts Degree Show, which opens to the public on 9 June.
Lightning players named in England Women’s Sevens Squad
An astonishing six Loughborough Lightning Rugby players have been named in England Head Coach James Bailey’s latest Women’s Sevens squad for the Howard Hinton Sevens international tournament in France from 1-3 June.
Loughborough University leaps back into UK top five
Loughborough University has been ranked 4th in the 2019 Guardian University Guide, rising two places from last year. It also has 21 of its 28 subject areas ranked in the national top ten.
Academic to evaluate impacts of horse assisted therapy
A Loughborough University academic is to assess how equine assisted activities and therapy (EAAT) impacts people living with and beyond cancer.
New 10-day Arts Festival to bring top industry names to Loughborough
Renowned creatives, the history of food, poetry and an artist that once destroyed all their belongings…
Videos created to help families identify care needs of loved ones with dementia
A series of videos depicting the worsening stages of dementia has been created to help families identify the care needs of loved ones.
Mini tractor beams help arrange artificial cells into tissue structures
Researchers have used lasers to connect, arrange and merge artificial cells, paving the way for networks of artificial cells that act like tissues.
OFWAT among guests at water industry workshop to discuss the future of prices
Water companies and regulators for England, Scotland and Wales will meet at Loughborough University next week to discuss the future of regulated consumer prices.
National roll-out for Loughborough University’s tennis parents’ support programme
Loughborough University research into parenting in sport has resulted in the nationwide roll-out of a youth tennis parent education and support initiative.
Loughborough University academics win acclaimed award for technology that reduces harmful diesel emissions
A Loughborough University professor and a research associate that have developed revolutionary emission technology have had their hard work acknowledged in the Autocar Awards 2018.
New research will help shape HS2
Three new research posts are up for grabs at Loughborough University as part of an exciting partnership with High Speed Two Ltd (HS2), the largest construction project in Europe.
The other Old Firm
Ahead of Wednesday’s Hearts vs Hibernian derby, Professor Alan Bairner has shared his thoughts on the Edinburgh derby, which is often overshadowed by its Glaswegian equivalent. This follows on from a recent journal paper he co-authored, which reflects on social intricacies of the two teams in Edinburgh's capital city.
Tricks cold callers use to keep you hanging on
A Loughborough University team of psychologists has identified the tricks used by cold callers to get contacts to agree to a meeting.
EXPERT COMMENT: How we’re using the largest ever recorded set of galactic data to study the stars
Astrophysicist Dr Phil Sutton explains the possibilities opened up by new data from the European Space Agency’s Gaia satellite.
What will the Sainsbury’s and ASDA merger mean for shoppers and the supermarket sector?
The marriage of ASDA and Sainsbury’s will create a dominant giant which will need to be kept a close eye on if customers are to be protected, writes Dr Jon Seaton.
Loughborough academic named as next Editor-in-Chief of international journal
A Loughborough academic and acclaimed expert in political communication research has been announced as the next Editor-in-Chief of a leading international journal.