Why is Tesla selling insurance and what does it mean for drivers?
In the past year, Elon Musk and Tesla have fascinated the world with new innovations like the Tesla Cybertruck. There is excitement about most new Tesla products, but one hugely important one has been largely overlooked.
‘Technoference’: why we should be worried about parents’ screen time
Many young people spend significantly more time using screens than is recommended by health professionals.
Time travel, laser-guided trains and e-bikes: Loughborough’s Future Transport PR campaign comes to a close
A PR initiative aimed at raising awareness of the University’s work to improve the future of transportation has ended with more than 400 appearances in the media.
Loughborough University continues to lead the way in cricket helmet safety
Researchers from Loughborough University’s Sports Technology Institute continue to play a leading role in ensuring the safety of cricketers whilst batting.
Novel ideas to help you read more in 2020
Healthy diet starting to waver? Is a night in front of the telly once again more appealing than heading to the gym? Has your Dry January gotten a little bit damp?
Researchers to teach robots how to differentiate between sandwich ingredients so they can make your favourite BLT
Loughborough University computer scientists have teamed up with a food production automation company for a project that looks to teach AI robots how to differentiate between food items so they can make sandwiches in real-world factory environments.
Young people in care feel there are fewer opportunities for them to get involved in sport
Six out of 10 young people in care felt they did not have the same opportunities to take part in sport compared to friends who were not in care, according to a new report.
One in four children growing up in homes with “very low income”
A quarter of all children in the UK are growing up in very low-income households, according to a new report into minimum socially acceptable standards of living.
Are self-driving cars safe? Expert on how we will drive in the future
Cars are changing – fast. But are innovations such as autonomous and flying cars a bright new dawn, or just a wild pipe dream? And if they become the future’s way of getting from A to B, can we trust them to take us there safely? Here are five key questions answered by Loughborough University's Professor Andrew Morris, an expert in Human Factors in Transport Safety.
Video Q&A: We asked an expert panel your questions on the future of transport
What will our cars look like if they become fully autonomous? What’s the likelihood of vehicle-to-grid being successful? Will flying cars be safe? Or will they present new dangers?
Experts in Sport: Does sponsorship in sport have an unhealthy relationship with junk food?
January is a time many people revaluate their diets and put away those sugary snacks after over-indulging during the festive period.
First findings revealed from Twinning Project initiative
Academics from Loughborough University have devised six pillars of success for partners involved in the nationwide Twinning Project – an initiative developed to help UK prisoners develop new skills.
Early childhood development among the Maasai in Kenya to be explored as part of a new study
Early childhood development and education in Kenya will be explored by academics at Loughborough University as part of new research.
Exercise in the 16th century: Historical workouts for body and soul
New Year, new me… we’ve all heard the saying and usually scrawled at the top of our resolution list is the promise to exercise more.