Loughborough has been awarded further funding to continue its work with Beketov National University in the Ukraine, as part of a twinning initiative to offer support to academics, students and university leaders during the conflict.
Loughborough has been crowned the best university in the world for sports-related subjects for the seventh year running by the global QS higher education league table.
Dr Ishara Dharmasena attended the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee’s STEM for Britain 2023 presentation which took place at the Houses of Parliament on 6 March.
Projects involving three Loughborough University academics have been awarded British Academy funding to maximise the impact of their cutting-edge work in developing countries.
A Loughborough University-led study that has created the first ever guidance on how to design and operate non-domestic buildings to minimise the spread of airborne viruses has won a national industry award.
Loughborough University is among 14 research institutions to receive funding from the Industrial Decarbonisation Research and Innovation Centre to support innovative work to reduce carbon emissions.
Loughborough University spinout Figura Analytics has successfully closed a seed funding round, led by a syndicate of angel investors, to bring its nanopore technology to the drinks market this year.
Sam Heward, an Ultra Runner and co-founder of Ultra X, has shared his experience of undergoing physiology testing at Loughborough University in order to improve his running performance.
Colleagues from Loughborough University’s School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences have collaborated with UK Coaching to provide a series of key online resources.
Researchers from Loughborough University have led a global review of the climate impact of sport emissions.
Loughborough researcher Dr Madeleine Orr has said the recently published Sports for Nature report has the potential to “increase biodiversity and act against nature loss”.
Last week marked the end of the Chiles Webster Batson Commission on Sport and Low-Income Neighbourhoods.
A new report has carried out the first-ever assessment of how sports that take place on landscapes ranging from water, turf, mountains, and cities can act to protect nature.
Loughborough’s research into video consultations has helped shape healthcare policy in Brazil after COVID-19 put unsustainable pressure on hospitals and doctors’ surgeries during the pandemic.
Loughborough University’s success in working with business and commercialising its research has been underlined in the second iteration of the Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF).
Communication training resources that teach healthcare and social care practitioners how to engage people in end-of-life talk will help even more patients and their family members, thanks to a new licensing deal.
A team from Loughborough University has been appointed by the Kosovo government to draft the country’s new national sports act.
Loughborough University’s Professor Andrew Chadwick has been awarded a Fellowship by the Academy of Social Sciences.
Researchers from Loughborough University are working with the founders of a new fitness app, created specifically for people with impairments, to test its usability and effectiveness.
Military veterans who attended Loughborough University’s first mental wellbeing support programme have described it as ‘life changing’.
As Commonwealth Games fever continues to grip the nation many of us will feel inspired by events in Birmingham.
3X3 wheelchair basketball is set to feature for the first time at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, with researchers at Loughborough University playing a key role in the development of the sport.
As Adam Peaty embarks on his third Commonwealth Games campaign, the 27-year-old will certainly have his mind set on another podium place in Birmingham.
Loughborough University’s Experts in Sport podcast returns with a bumper edition ahead of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Loughborough University alumnus and ACT Medical founder Joseph Bentley has won an 1851 Enterprise Fellowship at the Royal Academy of Engineering as he continues to develop his award-winning system for reducing the number of deaths from knife wounds.