News from 2022
Loughborough University academics head to COP27 to showcase sustainable energy research with potential to benefit millions worldwide
Academics from the Centre for Sustainable Transitions: Energy, Environment, Resilience (STEER) at Loughborough University will showcase their pioneering research to a global audience this month, as part of the events being hosted in Egypt to mark COP27.
Geography at Loughborough achieves success in recent National Student Survey
In the latest results from the 2022 National Student Survey (NSS), Geography and Environment at Loughborough University has been ranked 1st in the UK for overall satisfaction in the category ‘physical geographical sciences’ and 3rd in the category ‘human geography’.
Dr James Esson elected to Council of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)
Dr James Esson from the School of Social Sciences and Humanities has been elected to the Council of the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers), the UK’s learned society and professional body for geography.
Montana-based ecologist joins Loughborough to further research on the effect of invasive crayfish on rivers
Lindsey Albertson has recently received a Fulbright scholarship which will enable her to travel to Loughborough to expand her research on how invasive crayfish alter fine sediment dynamics and insects in rivers.
Loughborough University’s Modern Energy Cooking Services research to be showcased at globally influential sustainable energy event
Staff from Loughborough University’s Modern Energy Cooking Services (MECS) programme are set to share their pioneering research as part of a series of events alongside the Sustainable Energy for All Forum, which is being held from 17-19 May 2022 in Kigali, Rwanda.
The fighting spirit of young African footballers who migrate overseas
When Sadio Mané scored the decisive penalty to secure Senegal’s triumph over Egypt at the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon, Isaak, a professional Ghanaian footballer in his late 20s, could not have been further away from the action.