Latest Radar project to host exhibition exploring the legacy of pioneering arts educator
Radar’s most recent commission, This is Just What I Saw, is an exploration of the legacy of pioneering arts educator Marion Richardson.
UK Arctic Science Conference: Experts from all over the world visit Loughborough to discuss the icy region that is becoming a hot topic
From atmospheric physicists to anthropologists, to political scientists and ecologists, more than 110 researchers from different fields and parts of the world gathered at Loughborough University earlier this month to discuss Arctic matters.
Loughborough remains fifth best university in the UK in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020
Loughborough University has maintained its top five ranking for a second successive year in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 and remains the top university in the Midlands.
Loughborough joins national widening access scheme
Loughborough and Lancaster University have become the latest partners in Realising Opportunities (RO), the innovative widening access scheme led by Newcastle University.
Loughborough University launches ‘Experts in Sport’ podcast
Loughborough University has officially launched its new ‘Experts in Sport’ podcast, led by the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences.
Loughborough top in the UK for employer-student connections in international rankings
Loughborough University has been ranked first in the UK and in the top 20 globally for employer-student connections by the QS 2020 Graduate Employability Rankings.
Loughborough University name Issy Martin as new Women’s Football Head Coach
Loughborough University has officially appointed Issy Martin as its new Women’s Football Head Coach.
New computer access guidelines for public libraries will unlock the Internet for millions
Millions of library users around the world should have better access to the Internet following the release of new international guidelines which allow more freedom without compromising standards of acceptability.
International research centre will investigate new road safety concerns as driverless cars become popular
A new £1.5m research centre will investigate the safety issues faced by pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists and children as the growing number of driverless cars bring fresh challenges to the roads.
International conference to explore the media and politics
A major international conference exploring the relationship between the media and politics will be held for the first time at Loughborough University.
Loughborough University reveals new world-class sports pitches on campus
Loughborough University has unveiled its new state-of-the-art sport pitches, installed by world-leading sports surface provider and pitch partner, SIS Pitches.
Nature’s most beautiful performances could inspire the next generation of artificial intelligence
Scientists have discovered a possible driving force behind some of nature’s most beautiful displays paving the way for more complex and autonomous AI.
A digital detox does not improve wellbeing, say psychologists
A 24-hour period of abstinence from your smartphone induces cravings, but mood and anxiety remain stable, say psychologists.
Working lone parents cannot achieve a decent standard of living due to cuts to benefits and rises in everyday essential costs
Lone parents who work full-time hours in reasonably paid jobs cannot afford a decent standard of living, according to new research by Loughborough University.
Research to explore how AI and voice technologies help people with disabilities live independently
A group of Loughborough University academics have been awarded funding to examine how AI-voice-based technologies, such as the Amazon Echo, help people with disabilities live independently and explore how they may shape the future of social care.