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New PhD scholarships: apply now

Support is now available for full-time three year studentships via our LJMU PhD Scholarship scheme. Studentships are available for applicants in all disciplines at the University where excellent research is being more
6 March 2015

International conference for a new generation of students

The Hague University of Applied Sciences, an LJMU Erasmus partner, is hosting an International conference on Peace for the new generation of more
6 March 2015

LJMU and Sound City in educational partnership

LJMU has agreed a new cultural educational partnership with Liverpool Sound City, giving students an innovative learning experience in addition to discounted access to the popular music more
5 March 2015

Enterprising business students bring home the trophies

Two groups of Business and Public Relations students are celebrating following their success at this year’s regional Young Enterprise Regional Start-up more
4 March 2015

National Apprentice Challenge competition for students

The National Apprentice Challenge (21-22 March 2015) is Britain's multi-award winning competition with practical tasks inspired by The Apprentice television more
4 March 2015

LJMU partnership brings StellarHE to the North West

LJMU partnered with other universities (University of Liverpool, The University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, The University of Central Lancashire) to bring the StellarHE National Leadership Programme to the North more
4 March 2015

Astronomers catch ‘Tatooine’ multiple-star system as it forms

For the first time astronomers, including Dr Richard Parker, of the Astrophysics Research Institute at LJMU, have caught a multiple-star system as it is created, and their observations are providing new insight into how such systems, and possibly the solar system, are formed. The amazing images taken from a series of telescopes on Earth show clouds of gas which are in the process of developing into more
4 March 2015

New study to re-write nutrition guidelines for professional rugby

A team of Sport Scientists from LJMU have conducted the first muscle biopsy study of its kind on elite rugby players from Widnes Vikings. more
3 March 2015

Liverpool’s creative community gives Fab Lab the thumbs up

LJMU’s pop up Fab Lab visited the Baltic Creative for a busy afternoon of discovery this week, the first of a series of events designed to demystify and educate people on the latest creative technologies. more
3 March 2015

Reader's book analyses modern Irish history

Gerry Smyth, Reader in Cultural History (within LJMU's English programme) has just published a new book, The Judas Kiss: Treason and Betrayal in Six Modern Irish Novels (Manchester University Press) more
3 March 2015

Celebrating Fairtrade Fortnight

For Fairtrade Fortnight, LJMU will be celebrating the power of everyday choices by demonstrating the difference Fairtrade makes in a variety of more
2 March 2015

Discounted tickets for Everton FC matches

Everton FC is offering LJMU staff and students discounted tickets to some 2015 premiership football more
2 March 2015

International Women's Day 2015: Make it happen

Celebrated worldwide, International Women’s Day 2015 takes place on 8 March more
27 February 2015

Prime Minister recognises LJMU’s support for the NHS

Recognising the significance and impact of LJMU’s leading literature regarding the role of carers in the health system, Prime Minister David Cameron invited the University to his more
27 February 2015

The ageing parent in the animal world

Studies into male birds that produce offspring well into their old age could deepen concerns over the trend for delaying parenthood until later in life, for both men and women. An international team of scientists, led by Dr Brian Preston from Liverpool John Moores University, have studied the large, flamboyant houbara bustard, for insights into how aging has evolved. In their most recent work, published in Nature Communications, they found that, not only did males appear less able to produce offspring successfully as they aged, they also appeared to produce offspring that were of intrinsically lower quality. Perhaps most surprisingly, these declines in offspring quality were of a similar size to those resulting from maternal aging. more
26 February 2015

LJMU pays tribute to The Beatles manager

A plaque commemorating Brian Epstein has been unveiled at his birthplace, 4 Rodney Street, which is owned by more
25 February 2015

LJMU poets take reading on the road

A new regional reading event is taking place between March and June to encourage people to pick up a book and start reading, and two LJMU creative writing academics are taking centre more
25 February 2015

Royal Television Society Award winners

Two Media Production graduates won Royal Television Society (RTS) awards for their documentary ‘One Eye Open.’ more
23 February 2015

Screen School students win Royal Television Society awards

Two Media Production graduates won Royal Television Society (RTS) awards for their documentary ‘One Eye Open.’ more
23 February 2015

Call for nominations: LJMU Staff and Student Citizenship Awards

LJMU's Roscoe Foundation for Citizenship is inviting staff and students to apply for this more
23 February 2015

Electrical Engineering students rewarded for excellent results

Electrical Engineering students were awarded tickets to the Institution of Engineering and Technology Annual Dinner following the results of their Interim Project more
20 February 2015

Packing a punch with Portillo

LJMU’s Dr Clare Horrocks was invited to join Michael Portillo to talk him through a sample of Sambourne’s work in advance of his new series of Great British Railway Journeys based on journeys around London and key London sites. more
20 February 2015

Liverpool and Oldenburg explore research, policy and practice

Education and Early Childhood Studies (EECS) welcomed colleagues from the University of Oldenburg to Liverpool for a three-day visit to explore research, policy and practice concerning young more
18 February 2015

LJMU scores highly with national netball team

LJMU welcomed the England Women's Netball Team recently when they travelled to Liverpool to play an international match at the Echo more
18 February 2015

Media City visit for Northern Lights winners

Five media students from Liverpool Screen School visited the ITV studios at Media City in Salford this week, after winning a competition as part of the broadcaster’s new educational more
18 February 2015

Pupils get to grips with trainee teachers

LJMU trainee teachers were interviewed by a panel of students from Childwall High School as part of the annual Get That Job Day at IM more
17 February 2015

Are you a student carer?

Are you a student carer? If the answer is yes, Student Advice and Wellbeing Services would like to hear from you. more
17 February 2015

Architecture student selected for prestigious RIBA award

Oliver Townsend, a BA (Hons) Architecture graduate from the Liverpool School of Art and Design, has been shortlisted for the RIBA Presidents’ Medals award for his reimagining of a space colony on the more
17 February 2015

Apply now for support from Hillsborough Trust Fund

The deadline for applying for support from the Hillsborough Trust Fund is the 27 February. more
17 February 2015

NSS prize winners announced

Another five lucky students have been selected to win prizes worth £100 as part of this year's National Student more
17 February 2015

European Grant to help our understanding of how galaxies form

Professor Nate Bastian, Head of Research at the Astrophysics Research Institute and Royal Society University Research Fellow, has been awarded a European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator grant. more
16 February 2015

Postgraduate student in round table discussions at No. 10

MSc Public Health student and 'Caremaker' Simon Nielson was recently invited by Chief Nursing Officer Jane Cummings to take part in a closed door round table discussion at 10 Downing more
16 February 2015

Library Services receives full marks for CSE award

Library Services gained full marks for Customer Service Excellence (CSE) standard and were presented with the award by LJMU Vice-Chancellor Professor Nigel more
16 February 2015

Student advice for staying safe

Liverpool is a safe UK city. However, like in any city around the world, crime does unfortunately occur. We hope that your time at LJMU will be an enjoyable and rewarding experience but it pays to be aware of your personal more
13 February 2015

Pirate ship lecturer wins research prize

A research paper written by LJMU lecturer in Journalism, Richard Rudin, based on his experience of swapping the lecture theatre for a 'pirate' radio ship has won an international research more
13 February 2015

English Professor secures prestigious Curran Fellowship

LJMU Professor in English has been awarded a prestigious fellowship to support his research about the History of Print more
13 February 2015

New £10,000 scholarships for taught Masters students

Over 100 new scholarships worth £10,000 each will be available to eligible students starting taught Masters programmes at LJMU in the 2015/2016 academic year, as part of the government match-funded Postgraduate Support Scheme. more
12 February 2015

Debate: national security against protecting individual rights

Two School of Law academics, Dr David Lowe and Dr Bleddyn Davies went head-to-head at the first of this year’s legal debates, arguing for balancing the needs of national security and individual rights in cases of more
12 February 2015

Try something new during LJMU Wellbeing Week

To coincide with University Mental Health and Wellbeing Day, LJMU’s Wellbeing Week (16 - 20 February), will provide new ways to improve wellbeing and promote positive mental health. more
12 February 2015

Maths is Fantastic week at Avril Robarts Library

Cautious about calculus? Averse to algebra? Loathe logarithms? For Maths is Fantastic week, mathematics sessions will be available to demystify maths and numeracy with one-to-one specialist more
11 February 2015

LJMU poet takes the stage at Southbank Centre

Creative Writing lecturer and poet, Andrew McMillan recently took the stage at the Hidden Desires, Hidden Literature Festival celebrating LGBT poetry at the Poetry Library in the Soutbank Centre’s Royal Festival more
11 February 2015

Success for Europe's biggest student enterprise conference

Young business leaders gathered in Liverpool for the first National Association of College and University Entrepreneurs (NACUE) Student Enterprise Conference held in the City and hosted by LJMU in partnership with more
11 February 2015

New Careers Zones bring students and employers together

New LJMU Careers Zones are being praised by students, and local and national businesses for providing additional career development support and connecting students with employers. more
10 February 2015

The football performance environment: player perceptions

The School of Sport and Exercise Sciences continued their series of industry expert Question and Answer sessions for students with professional footballers Peter Clarke from Blackpool and player-coach Chris Shuker from Tranmere Rovers and former professional football and English Premier League club liaison officer, Paul more
10 February 2015

Airline praises student for giving life-saving treatment

Ryanair has praised the services of a trainee paramedic who performed life-saving treatment on their more
10 February 2015

Warming up for wellbeing week with the Big Apple Van

To get ready for LJMU's Wellbeing Week, The Big Apple Van will be in and around the University from Monday 9 more
9 February 2015

Are you an NSS prize winner?

The winners of the second National Student Survey prize draw are more
5 February 2015

Life-saving research into Carbon Monoxide

LJMU’s research into Carbon Monoxide (CO) alarm ownership and the levels of CO in homes has been included in the latest report produced by the All Party Parliamentary Carbon Monoxide Group. The Report Carbon Monoxide: From Awareness to Action - Inquiry findings: Detection and Technology is the benchmark for all CO related activities in the UK. more
4 February 2015

LJMU-Mersey Maritime project for the Atlantic region

Liverpool John Moores University has teamed up with Mersey Maritime and Vestfold University College in Norway to bring together maritime clusters from the Atlantic region. The partners were invited to lead an EU funded workshop at the Atlantic Stakeholder Platform Conference in Porto to present to stakeholders their ideas to create a common platform to support innovation, research and higher skills. more
4 February 2015

In memoriam: Rod Tyrer

It is with great sadness that the University announces the death of Rod more
3 February 2015

Human-altered ecosystems

What can fossil bones tell us about the ecology and behaviour of extinct species? In two recent publications, Dr Carlo Meloro from the School of Natural Sciences and Psychology has worked with international teams to demonstrate how we can interpret palaeoecology (the ecology of fossil animals and plants) of extinct wild dogs by looking at their fore-limb and skull shape. By studying these prehistoric dogs, we can understand how species today might need support in human-altered more
3 February 2015

Supporting Science and Engineering Innovation

LJMU has received a £5 million share of HEFCE’s £200 million funding scheme to support an increase in high-quality science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) students. more
3 February 2015

Business students experience PM’s Question Time

LJMU BA Business Management students recently visited London to explore the Houses of Parliament, one of several excursions they undertake as part of their academic more
2 February 2015

Mad about maths

As a nation we have led some of the greatest advances in maths, yet all too often people seem proud to have a problem with the subject. LJMU is leading the way for research and support through academic expertise, external partnerships and by providing centres for students and staff to gain confidence and more
2 February 2015

Have you registered to vote? Individual Electoral Registration

Individual Electoral Registration means that students need to register to vote in both the General and local elections that are taking place later this more
2 February 2015





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