This section will keep you up-to-date with all the latest news from the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences.
94% of Loughborough’s research impact is also rated as ‘world leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’.
Professor Eef Hogervorst, Dr Emma O'Donnell and Professor Rebecca Hardy write for The Conversation on whether the menopause can cause brain-related symptoms, including brain fog, mood changes and memory problems.
The new global collaborative working relationship is led by Dr Anthony Papathomas and Dr Stacy Clemes and will allow all institutions to share ideas, knowledge, and expertise.
In the latest Experts in Sport podcast, guests Dr Maddy Orr and Dr Russell Seymour, provide an informative discussion on sport, climate change and sustainability.
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Participants are needed for a new Loughborough University study that will look at how exercise may help prevent conditions such as osteoporosis and osteoarthritis.
Safe spaces provided by sporting clubs and community initiatives are vital for the prevention of youth knife crime, a Loughborough University study has found.
A new network connected to the National Rehabilitation Centre (NRC), co-led by Loughborough University, is bringing together technology experts to develop next-generation solutions to transform clinical rehabilitation.
Sport and Exercise Psychology Student, Benjamin Boardman, has created a social media platform helping improve connectivity in sport.
Last weekend saw the return of one of Loughborough’s greatest sporting alumni as former javelin world record holder Steve Backley visited campus.