London and New York are the most connected cities in the world – new data shows
London is the most connected city in the world followed by New York, according to new data published by Loughborough University.
Experts in Sport: Para sport special: What does it take to prepare the British team for the Paralympic Games?
As the clock counts down to next summer’s postponed Paralympics Games, this week’s ‘Experts in Sport’ podcast takes a timely look at what it takes to create an optimum performance environment for ParalympicsGB at the Games.
Why it’s not empowering to abandon the male pseudonyms used by female writers
In a letter to James AH Murray in 1879, the writer ME Lewes wrote “I wish always to be quoted as George Eliot”. She perhaps would not have been pleased by a new campaign from The Women’s Prize for Fiction and its sponsor, Baileys called Reclaim Her Name campaign.
New toolkit to help employees return to work following sick leave during Covid-19 pandemic
Loughborough University has created a new toolkit for businesses based in the Midlands, which offers free resources and support to manage the return to work of employees on sick leave during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The emotional stress caused by COVID-19 will lead to smaller babies being born, predicts Loughborough scientist
Being pregnant is a wonderful experience, but at the same it can be incredibly stressful – throw a global pandemic into the mix and those nine months may see an expecting mother go from happy and joyful, to fearful and concerned.
Researchers use Facebook to learn more about people’s experiences of working from home during lockdown
RESEARCHERS have used Facebook to gather information about people’s experiences of working from home to learn more about the work-life balance of lockdown.
Government funding helps advanced ceramics take shape in the Midlands
Government funding provided through UK Research and Innovation’s flagship ‘Strength in Places Fund’ has helped unlock plans to put the Midlands on a unique footing as a global centre for advanced technical ceramics.
Is humanity doomed because we can’t plan for the long term? Three experts discuss
While the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic are still unclear, it is certain that they are a profound shock to the systems underpinning contemporary life.
SportPark on Science and Enterprise Park to receive £6 million Government expansion fund
Plans to develop a Global Sports Hub centred at Loughborough received a boost with the announcement today that SportPark on Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Park (LUSEP) will undergo a £6m expansion.
Graduate completes degree whilst juggling caring responsibilities after the loss of her parents
Fine Art graduate Abigail Collins started her degree expecting to focus on her studies and settle into a new chapter of her life.
Mayor and Mayoress of Charnwood meet Olympian in first official visit
Councillor David Snartt and Mrs Joan Snartt, the Mayor and Mayoress, met Olympic Gold Medal winner Adam Peaty on their first face-to-face visit since taking up office.