A dash of salt could revolutionise drug delivery and bio-analysis, experts suggest after developing new mechanism that can trap submicron particles in minutes
A spoonful of sugar may make the medicine go down, but a new Loughborough-led study suggests a dash of salt is key to progressing important medical areas such as drug delivery and biological sample analysis.
Creating the next generation of Li ion batteries - new research
A breakthrough in the design of lithium ion batteries could lead to the next generation of safer more reliable solid-state power cells.
Experts in Sport: Beat the heat at the Olympic and Paralympic Games
Next summer’s Olympic and Paralympic Games in Japan are widely anticipated to be the hottest and potentially most humid to-date.
New project in Peru aims to reduce the impact of coronavirus as mothers struggle to feed their infants and young children
Mothers in some of the poorest communities in Peru are at risk of being unable to adequately feed their babies with nutritious foods because of the impact of coronavirus.
Loughborough Sport extends partnership with Computacenter
Loughborough Sport has extended its partnership with Computacenter for the 2020/2021 academic year.
Modelling shows sneezes and coughs are like “mini atomic bombs” and regularly exceed two metres
Keeping two metres apart might not be far enough to stop the spread of coronavirus from sneezes and coughs, according to a new study.
Ye olde Christmas: What we can learn about celebrating Yuletide from the 1600s
Christmas might feel like it’s cancelled because of coronavirus but spare a thought for families who lived around 400 years ago – when Parliament literally outlawed the festive holidays.
European Space Agency project will investigate how liquids behave in zero gravity
Understanding how liquids such as water, rocket fuel and blood behave in zero gravity is fundamental for improving conditions for astronauts and furthering space science research.
What a fear of maths does to children – new research
Maths anxiety is the feeling of tension and fear that many people experience when called on to work out a sum.
‘The asylum process broke my dream … now I have a new one.’ The refugee entrepreneurs
“This was never my plan. I love my country”. I was sat with Thomas (not his real name) in a bustling community centre where he volunteers with fellow refugees and asylum seekers. Thomas, in his 40s, is a tall, athletic man.
IPC to provide free-to-air coverage of Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games in Sub-Saharan Africa
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) is to provide free-to-air (FTA) coverage of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games in Sub-Saharan Africa as part of its efforts to raise awareness of Para sport and its athletes in the region.
Only 12% of sexual offence victims feel police investigations are fair and proportionate, new study reveals
Only one in five victims of sexual offences in England and Wales were satisfied with their criminal justice experience, a new Loughborough-led study has revealed.
Aldi UK agrees flagship sponsorship deal with Loughborough University
Supermarket chain Aldi has become the official sponsor of Loughborough University’s Men’s Performance Football Team.