Cyrano de Bergerac kicks off a new season of National Theatre Live screenings at Loughborough University.
“Let no man think he can put asunder what God has joined”. So wrote the poet Katharine Bradley in a letter of 1886. She was explaining her relationship with her niece Edith Cooper, using the words of the Christian marriage ceremony to affirm their lifelong partnership.
Johannes Kaiser, a researcher in political communication and misinformation, is joining the University’s School of Social Sciences and Humanities at Loughborough University.
Researchers have created a unique device which will unlock the elusive terahertz wavelengths and make revolutionary new technologies possible.
Loughborough University is proud to announce it is now a signatory of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
This February, the University is hosting a series of activities and events to celebrate LGBT+ History Month which aims to promote equality and diversity.
Psychologists in the mid-20th century believed that sexuality could be ‘corrected’ through therapy.
Researchers at Loughborough University are inviting people to take part in a study that explores the link between sitting down for long periods of time (eg sedentary behaviour) and short-term stress.
On 17 February, musicians are invited to take the stage for Loughborough’s Acoustic Night, organised by LU Arts singer-songwriter scholar, Aisha Aldris.
The latest episode of the ‘Experts in Sport’ podcast is all about strength. What is it? How do you build it? What methods are best for your fitness goals?
A new project developed by local business and community leaders aims to transform Loughborough’s economic growth by securing up to £25m of government funding.
The UK government recently pledged to bring forward a ban on new diesel and petrol car sales from 2040, to 2035.
Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Park (LUSEP) partner, Intelligent Energy, have announced that its charitable trust is open for applications.
Academics from Loughborough University have helped devise a comprehensive report that will benefit triathletes and paratriathletes in their preparation to compete under hot and humid conditions – like those predicted at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
A new maths research centre which aims to boost the UK’s poor understanding of the subject has officially been launched at Loughborough University.
On 31 January, a range of media, political and polling experts gathered at Loughborough University London to analyse the General Election campaign and the influence of Brexit.
The University has continued its commitment to supporting the military community by re-signing the Armed Forces Covenant.
Dr Jamie Barker, Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Psychology at the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences has co-authored a new book titled ‘The Psychology of Soccer’.
Professor of Political Communication Cristian Vaccari has been appointed to the Council of Europe’s new Expert Committee on Freedom of Expression and Digital Technologies.
New research shows that people can easily identify what makes you rich, but struggle to agree at what point wealth and income become excessive.
A Loughborough University PhD student has provided new insight into how breast cancer cells interact with cells in our body by using a novel 3D model.
The Institute of Advanced Studies (IAS) is delighted to announce a major new initiative which will begin from September 2020.
Loughborough’s Head of Social and Policy Studies and Professor of Criminology Steve Case will present a new approach to dealing with knife crime in a public lecture at the University on Wednesday 18 March.
As large swathes of the UK endure the worst floods in living memory, hearts and minds are rightly focused on protecting people and property.
The Saracens salary cap scandal and news that Manchester City allegedly breached UEFA’s financial fairplay rules have threatened the integrity of the clubs and the sports respectively.