We're recruiting for a new Dean of the School of Science
An opportunity has arisen for an inspiring leader to take on the role of Dean of Loughborough University's School of Science.
21 December 2017
Groundbreaking forensic technology overseen by Dr Paul Kelly, of the University’s chemistry department, will make it “impossible” for criminals erase their fingerprints from crime scenes.
29 November 2017
The School of Science is offering an exciting opportunity to combine a teaching role with postgraduate research. This PGTA position will support our provision of statistics support throughout the university. The successful applicant will complete a PhD project alongside their teaching responsibilities.
19 October 2017
Loughborough University’s Professor Mark Biggs, Dean of School of Science and Professor of Interfacial Science and Engineering, was part of the team and played a vital role in the 3D molecular modelling work that was central to interpreting the experimental data that led to the discovery.
22 September 2017
Loughborough – along with five other top ten UK universities – was awarded Gold, which ‘recognises institutions that deliver consistently outstanding teaching, learning and outcomes for its students and is of the highest quality found in the UK’.
22 June 2017
Physicists at Loughborough University are making great strides towards creating the next generation of scanning tunnelling microscopes with the capacity to "uncover the mysteries of nature".
26 June 2017
Lewis Wright, Postgraduate Researcher at the Centre for Renewable Energy Systems Technology (CREST) and Loughborough Physics graduate, beat four other scientists to win the Francium Zone category in this year's "I'm A Scientist, Get Me Out Of Here!" national science outreach competition.
6 April 2017
'I'm A Scientist, Get Me Out Of Here' is an online outreach competition for scientists, where school students are judges. It is taking place between 6th and 17th March.
5 March 2017
Dr Dave Hewitt, Director of Mathematics PGCE at Loughborough University, outlines why he believes that there are educational reasons why 10 is not the best number to teach young children after they have learnt the numbers one to nine.
16 May 2017
Liam Heaney is an alumnus of the Department of Chemistry, having undertaken his PhD at Loughborough University. He will present his current research into mass spectrometry at a conference held in the House of Commons in March.
21 February 2017
Students from across the local area used a combination of forensic observation, analytical chemistry and suspect profiling to solve a fictitious crime scene scenario involving a traffic collision on the University campus as part of collaboration with 3M to maximise the opportunity for forensic-science related STEM learning.
3 February 2017
Computing and Management student Jessica Bema Asare looks set to make a big splash with the launch of the UK's first African print swimwear line - an entrepreneurial venture she is pursuing alongside studying for her degree.
31 August 2017
Dr Russell Lock, of the Department of Computer Science, is collaborating with Dr Arianna Maiorani and Professor Massimiliano Zecca, on a project to translate the visual language of ballet in partnership with English National Ballet. The goal of the project is to create software which will allow people to understand the deeper meanings of ballet performances.
26 July 2017
Voting is open for this year's Enterprise Awards. Information Management and Computing graduate Josh Williams has been nominated for The NUEL, which supports campus Esports societies nationwide, and running the inter-university National Championship.
10 April 2017
There were strong results for Loughborough University's School of Science in the 2017 National Student Survey (NSS) with Loughborough ranked Top 5 in the UK for overall satisfaction in both Chemistry and Computer Science.
9 August 2017
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