Loughborough project bid to grow local rehabilitation and medical technology sector receives Strength in Places Funding
A project bid to grow the local rehabilitation and medical technology sector, of which Loughborough University is a key partner, has received funding from the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Strength in Places Fund.
Loughborough University hosts the footballing stars of tomorrow
The next Lionel Messi could be set to grace Loughborough University as it plays host to major tournament matches for UEFA.
Expensive educational trials are often uninformative and fail to produce useful information
Millions of pounds are being spent on running educational trials in schools that often fail to produce useful information, a new study has found.
More than 1,000 people trained to ‘check their lumps for bumps’ thanks to 12-hour University event
Loughborough University, Loughborough Students’ Union and CoppaFeel! joined forces yesterday to teach more than 1,000 people self-checking techniques in a bid to improve early detection rates of breast and testicular cancers.
School of Poetry podcast launches second series
To mark World Poetry Day (21 March), academics from Loughborough University have come together to launch season two of the ‘School of Poetry’ podcast.
This new railway switch could cut failure related cancellations by as much as 90 per cent
Engineers have brought a 180-year-old feature of Britain’s railways into the 21st century with a redesigned track switch that is expected to significantly reduce repair costs and delays.
Corruption in sport is on the rise and Europe can do more when it comes to tackling it, report states
A Loughborough University academic has concluded that there is “ample room for improvement” when it comes to European countries tackling cases of corruption in sport.
Loughborough students set to feature in independent films celebrating diversity in science
Four inspiring films featuring students from Loughborough University are being shown to celebrate diversity in science as part of British Science Week.
Leading expert on molecular imaging and medicinal chemistry joins Loughborough University
Matteo Zanda, a leading expert in molecular imaging, medicinal and biological chemistry, has joined Loughborough University as Professor of Biomolecular Imaging.
Big construction firms should act as beacons of best practice for occupational health, according to new report
Major construction projects should be beacons of best practice for occupational health, giving smaller contractors an opportunity to learn better ways of keeping their workforces safe.
Loughborough physics student selected to attend prestigious Lindau Nobel event
PhD physics student Russell Rundle has earned an “amazing opportunity” and will travel to Germany this summer to meet Nobel Prize-winning scientists and discuss cosmology, laser physics and gravitational waves.
Loughborough University partners with cancer charity for event that encourages people to ‘check their lumps for bumps’
Loughborough University, Loughborough Students’ Union and CoppaFeel! are joining forces this March for an all-day event that looks to improve early detection rates of breast and testicular cancers by encouraging people to learn how to self-check.
Loughborough pentathlete Niamh Emerson makes history at European Indoor Championships
Loughborough student Niamh Emerson became the first teenager to earn more than 4,700 points in the pentathlon at the European Indoor Championships, winning her the silver medal.
Super Movers: Schoolchildren performed better in tests after exercise initiative from the Premier League and BBC
A study involving more than 1,000 schoolchildren has found a link between exercise and improved brain power.
Loughborough shortlisted for nine Whatuni Student Choice Awards
Loughborough remains the most shortlisted university for the second year running in the Whatuni Student Choice Awards (WUSCA) 2019, featuring in nine of the 15 categories.
From talking cats to time travel… here’s what I recommend you read this World Book Day
It’s World Book Day and what better way to celebrate than getting your specs on, a bookmark out and stuck into a novel you’ve never read before.