Researchers from Loughborough University have joined forces with charity Sporting Communities to help inspire the next generation of coaches from BAMER (Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee) backgrounds to be able to secure paid coaching roles.
A new study led by Loughborough University has revealed that lake burial of organic carbon has increased three-fold over the last 100 years in response to human disruption of global nutrient cycles.
With sport competition across the globe currently on pause, attention has turned to maintaining athlete health and well-being.
A team of Loughborough University researchers are investigating how citizens in four European countries are using the media to keep up to date with the evolving COVID-19 pandemic.
A new project which could become the blueprint for the career advancement of 30,000 higher education technicians is now officially underway.
A healthy immune system is vital to a healthy lifestyle. In a time where public health is dominating the headlines, this week’s ‘Experts in Sport’ podcast discusses what role – if any – supplements can play for both the general population and elite level athletes.
Two key factors distinguish the economic consequences of coronavirus from those of previous crises.
For some of us, it has almost been a month since we packed up our desks and set up shop at home as a result of the global health pandemic.
A Loughborough University academic will be presenting an online lecture later this month based on her expertise on the impacts of early childhood and how it contributes to developing a healthy lifestyle.
Finding the elite in the every day - with a little bit of help from her store cupboard and garden - Loughborough athlete and Olympic hopeful Holly Bradshaw is using unique ways to carrying on pole vault training during the lockdown period.
Now in its sixth year, Loughborough University London is pleased to announce its Inspiring Success programme is now accepting applications.
Children who start childcare such as nurseries or playgroups at a younger age and attend for most of the week are at higher risk for obesity in later life, according to a new study.
Loughborough Badminton is thrilled to announce that it has been named as a Certified Training Centre by Badminton Europe.
Meghan Beesley, Loughborough University’s 400m hurdler, has found a new training partner during the Covid-19 outbreak – in the form of a four-legged friend.
The coronavirus lockdown is forcing new challenges upon families, as well as reinforcing old ones, but encouraging children to eat an array of foods does not have to be one of them.
Santander Universities have continued to support students at Loughborough University during the coronavirus pandemic by redirecting their funds to a number of initiatives.
Loughborough Lightning and England centre Emily Scarratt has gone back to basics during lockdown with a little help from her family farm.
With youth violence continuing to be a serious issue in UK society, this week’s Experts in Sport’ podcast looks at the role sport can play in supporting those at risk.
As global temperatures increased after the end of the last Ice Age, sea levels rose and the land bridge which tied together Denmark and Sweden disappeared, turning the region into a series of islands and shallow fjords that have characterised it ever since.
The lockdown period has brought many challenges to all athletes involved in sport, but what if your essential training venue – in this case, a swimming pool – has temporarily closed its doors?
Loughborough University is delighted to announce it has received two Athena SWAN Awards, recognising significant progress and achievements towards gender equality.
First responders, such as fire and ambulance services, will likely struggle to reach urgent cases in a timely manner during flooding in England, researchers from Loughborough University have found.
The National Centre for Combustion and Aerothermal Technology (NCCAT) at Loughborough University is part of a collaborative project that has recently been awarded £5.8million by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
New research shows that child poverty in the UK has increased by 2.8% in the last four years, but experts fear the figure will grow due to the impact of coronavirus.
Researchers at Loughborough University are investigating how changes in physical activity that are a result of the global health pandemic are related to osteoarthritis development and symptoms.