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Edge Hill crowned University of the Year Logo

Edge Hill crowned University of the Year

Edge Hill has been crowned University of the Year in the Educate North Awards in recognition of its continued commitment to deliver an exceptional...

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Why are many employers failing to provide safe workplaces for women? Logo

Why are many employers failing to provide safe workplaces for women?

By Dr Samantha Evans The shocking kidnap and murder of Sarah Everard has shone a light on the issue of safety for women in our society. As we...

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Expert View: Is Bitcoin really a threat to the US Dollar? Logo

Expert View: Is Bitcoin really a threat to the US Dollar?

By Dr Tim King Billionaire tech investor Peter Thiel courted controversy recently by highlighting Bitcoin’s potential in undermining the US...

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The 100 Year Timeline of Gender Pay Inequality Logo

The 100 Year Timeline of Gender Pay Inequality

Today, April 13th 2021, marks Equal Pay Day, a day that encourages everyone to get out and fight for employment equality. Though the British...

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International Relations in an era of dynamic global change Logo

International Relations in an era of dynamic global change

Dr Patrick Holden, Associate Professor in the School of Law, Criminology and Government, is a renowned expert in the field of International...

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University takes over landmark Plymouth building to train future health professionals Logo

University takes over landmark Plymouth building to train future health professionals

The University of Plymouth has reaffirmed its commitment to the South West’s health services by signing the lease to take over a landmark building...

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Research sheds new light on the fundamentals of how and why we make the decisions we do Logo

Research sheds new light on the fundamentals of how and why we make the decisions we do

Research from our Lecturer in Psychology, Dr Elsa Fouragnan has helped to discover exactly what happens in the brains of human and non-human...

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New Brain Research Facility will help better understand brain activity and human behaviour Logo

New Brain Research Facility will help better understand brain activity and human behaviour

An advanced scanner that could help scientists better understand brain activity and human behaviour has been installed at a new Plymouth research...

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Forgotten Voices at the heart of new food research project Logo

Forgotten Voices at the heart of new food research project

Disadvantaged communities left behind by the traditional UK food system will have a bigger say in how healthy and sustainable food is produced and...

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Project to develop sustainable concrete in South East Asia Logo

Project to develop sustainable concrete in South East Asia

A project led by Dr Boksun Kim, Associate Professor of Structural Engineering, is aiming to develop sustainable, durable, cost-effective, green...

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Research shows microplastics abundance along the Ganges River Logo

Research shows microplastics abundance along the Ganges River

The Ganges River and combined flows could be responsible for up to 3 billion microplastic particles entering the Bay of Bengal every day, according...

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Essex Women in STEM Logo

Essex Women in STEM

We’re always so proud to share stories of Essex alumnae working in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM), fields where women are...

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Inspiring students through AR technology Logo

Inspiring students through AR technology

Dr Vladimir Teif (University of Essex) and Dr Mari Chikvaidze (Claremont High School Academy), believe Augmented Reality (AR) is even more valuable...

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Annie worked with the police as part of her MA Applied Human Rights course Logo

Annie worked with the police as part of her MA Applied Human Rights course

Annie Purcell studied MA Applied Human Rights at Sheffield Hallam, and spent part of her course evaluating a 2018 investigation by police in...

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Vikram’s MSc in Automation, Control and Robotics landed him his dream job Logo

Vikram’s MSc in Automation, Control and Robotics landed him his dream job

I’m currently working as an assistant electrical and automation engineer with Primetals Technologies Limited, in Sheffield, after completing my...

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Studying a masters alongside international competitions Logo

Studying a masters alongside international competitions

Jude has been playing wheelchair basketball since high school and now plays at the international standard for Great Britain. With six European and...

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First Minister of Wales, officially opened Swansea University’s Morgan Advanced Studies Institute (MASI) Logo

First Minister of Wales, officially opened Swansea University’s Morgan Advanced Studies Institute (MASI)

The Right Honourable Mark Drakeford MS, First Minister of Wales, officially opened Swansea University’s Morgan Advanced Studies Institute (MASI)...

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Toni, MSc Physiotherapy Logo

Toni, MSc Physiotherapy

Toni started her MSc in Physiotherapy in 2019. Hear about what gave her the confidence to take the next step in her career, and her journey to taking...

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Louise, MSc Advanced Structural Engineering Logo

Louise, MSc Advanced Structural Engineering

Louise started her Masters in 2019, straight after graduating from her Undergraduate degree at Edinburgh Napier University. Here, she tells us about...

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Psychology professor releases new book exploring how substance use affects the body Logo

Psychology professor releases new book exploring how substance use affects the body

A psychology expert at Edge Hill University has released a new book that explores how substances such as alcohol, tobacco...

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Grace Duke – MSc Nursing (Adult)  Haematology Nurse Logo

Grace Duke – MSc Nursing (Adult) Haematology Nurse

I didn’t have any healthcare experience before starting my course. After my first degree I taught English in South Korea before I realised I was in...

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Two Swansea University postgraduate courses win accreditation from Royal Geographical Society Logo

Two Swansea University postgraduate courses win accreditation from Royal Geographical Society

Two Swansea University courses are among the first postgraduate qualifications to be awarded accreditation by the Royal Geographical Society. The...

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Swansea University developing world’s first COVID-19 ‘Smart-Patch’ vaccine that will measure effectiveness Logo

Swansea University developing world’s first COVID-19 ‘Smart-Patch’ vaccine that will measure effectiveness

The research, from the Institute for Innovative Materials, Processing and Numerical Technologies (IMPACT), will produce the vaccine through the use...

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Film and TV student directs Pixie Lott music videos Logo

Film and TV student directs Pixie Lott music videos

James Dunlop, a University of Portsmouth MSc Film and Television student has just directed two Christmas music videos starring Pixie Lott. James...

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What’s it like to live and study in Wales? Logo

What’s it like to live and study in Wales?

Whilst studying is important, there’s also plenty of things to do in Swansea when you want to relax… If you love to embrace the outdoors then...

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Edge Hill’s International Centre on Racism gives students a voice in the fight against racism Logo

Edge Hill’s International Centre on Racism gives students a voice in the fight against racism

Edge Hill’s International Centre on Racism (ICR) is calling on all students and staff to help address global questions concerning...

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Edge Hill alumnus is fighting gender stereotypes with fashion Logo

Edge Hill alumnus is fighting gender stereotypes with fashion

A former Edge Hill University student is helping to fight gender stereotyping in the fashion industry after launching...

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New book explores abuse and maltreatment in sport and offers advice to improve athlete welfare Logo

New book explores abuse and maltreatment in sport and offers advice to improve athlete welfare

An Edge Hill academic has produced a new book that sheds light on athlete welfare and abuse in sport, giving much needed expert advice...

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Study highlights the benefits of dance movement psychotherapy for children on the autism spectrum and their caregivers Logo

Study highlights the benefits of dance movement psychotherapy for children on the autism spectrum and their caregivers

A team of researchers at Edge Hill University have released a new study that explores the benefits of Dance Movement Psychotherapy (DMP) for children...

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Sunlight could turn Covid waste into clean fuel – Funding for new Swansea-led project Logo

Sunlight could turn Covid waste into clean fuel – Funding for new Swansea-led project

A joint Wales/ India team led by Swansea University researchers are developing a novel process called photoreforming, which uses sunlight to...

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