The Friends reunion has undoubtedly been one of the biggest TV events of the year so far.
Human resources and people professionals are being sought to share their views on the effects of the pandemic on long-term sick leave and what the future holds in managing long-term sick leave.
The Institute of Advanced Studies will host its second high-profile virtual workshop on ‘Remote Geopolitics: The Arctic and Beyond’ on 14 June 2021, as part of its inaugural Spotlight Series.
Loughborough University’s Dr Oliver Hooper has been awarded the esteemed AIESEP Young Scholar Award.
New figures released today reveal that even before the pandemic, in some parts of the UK, the majority of children are growing up in poverty once housing costs are taken into account.
As part of its innovation programme, HS2 Ltd has signed a ground-breaking agreement with leading infrastructure research centres in UK universities, which will enable it to access world-leading research capabilities, knowledge and facilities.
Hourglass, bottom hourglass, top hourglass, spoon, rectangle, diamond, oval, triangle, and inverted triangle… there are nine official female body shape classifications.
Loughborough University researcher Dr Borja Garcia has been appointed as an adviser to SD Europe.
Scientists have taken a big step towards creating the next generation of rechargeable batteries which will eclipse current energy storage technology if successful.
According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, 79.5 million people were forcibly displaced in the world at the end of 2019, and over the course of 2020, that number has soared beyond 80 million*.
A group of world-leading experts from the Centre for Research in Communication and Culture at Loughborough University will be hosting an event presenting cutting-edge research and policy insights related to Covid-19 later this month.
Conversation has been described as “the primordial site of human sociality”. We all have a lifetime’s experience to draw on if asked how it works, or when we reflect on the conversations we have participated in.
Loughborough University academics have secured a second prestigious British Academy small grant to explore care experienced young people’s engagements with sport clubs and coaches.
A new Loughborough University-led study will create clear guidance on how to design and operate non-domestic buildings to minimise the risk of airborne transmission of Covid-19, and other viruses.
Participants are being sought for a new Loughborough University project exploring the health impacts of the ‘Couch to 5k’ programme.
Design experts at Loughborough University are to lead a £170,000 project that will explore how best to design COVID-19 immunity passports.
Dr Nicola Paine, Lecturer in Health Psychology within the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences at Loughborough University, has been awarded a £100,000 Springboard Fellowship from the Academy of Medical Sciences.
A study by a Sports Technology student from Loughborough University has highlighted significant levels of fragility in EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) related to the everyday use of cycle helmets, which can cause invisible damage and potentially reduce their overall safety capacity.
Are you immune to COVID-19 if you’ve had the vaccine? Is there going to be a ‘third wave’? How accurate are lateral flow tests? Will the coronavirus ever fully disappear?
A team from Loughborough University’s School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences has secured circa £100,000 in funding to produce a model for identification of novel wound therapeutics that restore skeletal muscle function after significant soft tissue injury.
A third of the UK adult population intend to use social media and personal messaging to encourage people to get vaccinated against COVID-19, a new, large scale, multi-university study involving Loughborough researchers has found.
A study into eating behaviour and exercise has found that people increase the amount of food they eat the night before a planned exercise session.
Demand for wind power has grown, and with it the need to inspect turbine blades and identify defects that may impact operation efficiency.
On Tuesday 27 April, Dr Alister Smith - who holds a Philip Leverhulme Prize in Engineering - will present the next lecture of this year’s Fellowship Inaugural Lecture series.
Scientists have designed a portable 3D imaging device which will improve the treatment and diagnosis of cancer.