School of Science

About the School

Media centre

Loughborough University School of Science is highly active in cutting edge research and industry engagement with academic staff engaged in wide-ranging fields of interest.

Below, you will find links to our growing collection of videos, giving you an insight into the breadth of research and expertise within the School. For journalists and broadcasters seeking Loughborough experts in particular fields, please visit the Loughborough University Media Centre where you can also download HD videos and find other resources such as blog posts and press releases.

MSc Data Science

Loughborough University is proud to announce a new conversion master's supported by the Office for Students

Careers and Placement Fair

Our annual School of Science Careers and Placements Fair invites leading employers on to campus.

What is TOXI-Triage

Professor Paul Thomas explains TOXI-Triage - a project exploring ways to improve civil preparedness in the event of catastrophic incidents.

Physics at Loughborough

Shannon's love of space led her to discover physics at Loughborough University.

Maths at Loughborough

Meet BSc Maths and Management student Emma as she talks about her Loughborough experience

Mollie Kilpatrick - IBM

Maths student Mollie is a finalist in the Placement Student Awards 2018

CAST finger print detection

New technology prevents criminals from erasing their fingerprints

Chemistry at Loughborough

Professor Paul Thomas introduces the Department of Chemistry

Look inside STEMLab

Let one of our current students take you on a personal tour around our new £17million investment - STEMLab.

Grace's story

Chemistry graduate Grace returns to Loughborough to check out our new STEMLab

Snooker Physics

Chalking the cue: part one of a series from Loughborough physicist Dr Phil Sutton

Snooker Physics

Curve shot: part two of a series from Loughborough physicist Dr Phil Sutton

tApp cuts water use by 20%

Loughborough computer scientists were involved in this revolutionary project