Staff from Loughborough University’s Modern Energy Cooking Services (MECS) programme are set to share their pioneering research as part of a series of events alongside the Sustainable Energy for All Forum, which is being held from 17-19 May 2022 in Kigali, Rwanda.
Recently published UK government plans proposed that by 2030, 90% of children leaving primary school in England should reach the expected standards in reading, writing and maths, compared with 65% in 2019.
Bollywood, handicrafts, textiles, and festivals… creative industries are a massive part of the Indian economy, yet the potential for collaboration in this area is not necessarily appreciated by the rest of the world.
On 9 May 2022, a new sculptural was unveiled on Loughborough University’s East Midlands campus. Torque, created by Fine Art alumnus Ian Tricker, is situated on the side of the Eccleston Student Engineering Centre.
David Hare’s latest play will be broadcast live from The Bridge Theatre in London to the Cope Auditorium on 26 May, 7pm as part of National Theatre Live’s programme of screenings.
Two tennis players from Loughborough University have been selected to compete at this year’s French Open in Paris.
A team of current and recent graduate students from a range of disciplines have been commissioned to produce a sculpture for the Loughborough campus, which will be located at the Claudia Parson’s Hall of residence.
A war in Europe instantly creates parallels with the world wars for people in the UK and other European countries. This connection represents what most people know and are taught about conflict on the continent. The media coverage and response to the war in Ukraine have also invoked familiar images of the second world war, in particular those of bombed buildings, armed soldiers and civilians, and children clinging to their parents.
Loughborough University-founded wearable sports tech company INCUS Performance has been named AI Company of the Year at the 2022 British Data Awards in quality field that included FTSE 100 giants, tech unicorns, public sector bodies and not-for-profit organisations.
Loughborough University has once again pledged its continued commitment to clean sport.
Spectators witnessed an action-packed day of top-class athletics as Loughborough International (LIA) once again opened its doors to the public this Sunday (May 22).
Loughborough University has been awarded the Race Equality Charter Bronze Award by Advance HE, a charitable organisation that works with institutions to improve higher education for staff, students and society.
Families with children are paying up to £400 more per month to meet the cost of basic items such as food, rent and heating. The impacts of inflation are being felt sooner and harder by those on the lowest incomes, who spend a higher proportion of their incomes on essential items.
A targeted health programme, including health education sessions, fitness trackers, and lorry cabin workouts, can improve the activity levels of long-distance heavy goods drivers in the short term - according to new research led by Loughborough University.
A new study looking at litter in the UK has revealed the types of materials and products being dumped in our hedgerows and waterways.
A Loughborough University researcher is heading a new partnership that will look at using drones to better understand the levels and rates of plastic pollution in the Maldives.
Loughborough is celebrating after being named the best university in the UK for facilities at the annual Whatuni Student Choice Awards (WUSCAs).
The first study in the UK to look at the impact of climate change on sleep is being led by Loughborough University.
Western leaders should consider cutting business ties with Russia even if it impacts their own economies, according to Loughborough’s business Dean.
This month we officially launched Creating Better Futures. Together, the University’s new Strategy that will guide the University’s activity and its development over the next decade.
The minimum London weighting needed to cover a basic standard of living in the capital is £6,549, new research shows. That’s over £2,000 the average minimum London weighting paid to many key workers.
How many textile designers, artists or practitioners can you name who are Black, Asian, from Ethnic Minorities, identify as LGBTQI+, or live with a disability?
Doctor-led advice on weight management results in effective weight loss and a reduction in waist circumference for people with obesity, new research from Loughborough University has found.
A positive shake-up of legal aid financial eligibility criteria risks being undermined by a failure to account for spiralling inflation.