Four in 10 people living in London cannot afford a basic standard of living, new report finds
A new report shows that 41% of Londoners cannot afford a basic decent standard of living.
Chairman of Loughborough University Council and Senior Pro Chancellor named as one of the Financial Times 2019 Outstanding Directors
Sir Peter Bonfield, CBE FREng – Senior Pro Chancellor and Chair of Loughborough University Council, the institution’s governing body – has been named as one of the Financial Times’ 2019 Outstanding Directors.
Number one in the world for sports-related subjects for third year running
Loughborough has been named the best university in the world for sports-related subjects for the third year running by the global QS higher education league table.
Loughborough University appoints new Head of Para Sport
Loughborough University has appointed Nik Diaper as its new Head of Para Sport, the first role of its kind within higher education.
Work underway on new building at Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Park
A ground-breaking ceremony has taken place to officially start work on a new HQ for a leading software company which will generate £1.6m per year for front-line County Council services.
Artists to collaborate with Loughborough University’s Department of Materials later this month
Three artists will complete residencies at Loughborough University later this month as part of a new project by Radar and the Department of Materials.
Loughborough-linked women cricketers get international call up
Cricket’s England Women have named their squads for the upcoming tours of India and Sri Lanka, which feature 12 Loughborough University-linked players.
European-wide study has investigated the main causes of motorbike and bicycle accidents
A FOUR YEAR investigation into hundreds of accidents across Europe has gathered in-depth crash data to determine the biggest factors involved in motorbike and bicycle accidents.
New book revisits momentous 2017 General Election as the UK contemplates returning to the polls
A new book on political communication in Britain aims to provide a unique insight into the most recent General Election – a campaign that was about many things in addition to Brexit – as the UK again contemplates returning to the polls.
Three-quarters of lone parent families, and rising, are living below the Minimum Income Standard
A decade after the economic downturn, two million more people than in 2008 are on incomes too low to secure a living standard considered an acceptable minimum by the British public, according to new research from Loughborough University’s Centre for Research in Social Policy (CRSP).
Host of Loughborough linked women’s rugby players compete at international tournaments
A host of Loughborough University linked women’s rugby players have been selected to represent England and Scotland at international tournaments.