News from 2020
Retracing the first human steps out of Saudi Arabia: Scientists use footprints to recreate 120,000-year-old comfort break at prehistoric lake
Scientists have pieced together the movements of a small group of early humans as they journeyed out of Africa and into the Arabian Peninsula for the first time – more than 120,000 years ago.
Loughborough academics receive prestigious awards from the Royal Geographical Society
Two academics from Loughborough University’s School of Social Sciences and Humanities, Dr Helena Pimlott-Wilson and Dr James Esson, have received awards from the Royal Geographical Society in their latest list of honours for their contributions to the field.
£1.1 million UKRI Future Leader Fellowship – Dr Kate Mathers
Geography and Environment at Loughborough University will welcome back an outstanding researcher who has been awarded a prestigious Future Leaders Fellowship from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), receiving funding for her project worth £1.1 million.