As the UN Summit on Biodiversity takes place in New York this week, the Biology department at Edge Hill University is leading a new study to save the UK’s most threatened butterfly.
Researchers at Edge Hill University have discovered why fewer students are choosing to study the biology of plants and are calling for changes to the curriculum to address ‘plant blindness’ to protect this much needed profession.
An Edge Hill University expert believes this week’s announcement of a new law to curb deforestation in supply chains doesn’t go far enough in tackling climate change.
Edge Hill University is marking International Day for Biological Diversity by celebrating the wide variety of plants and animals that live on the stunning campus.
A prospective student due to join Edge Hill University has been helping in the fight against COVID-19 by producing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for NHS colleagues.
Vital equipment has been loaned to the Government by Edge Hill University to maximise Covid-19 testing capacity.
Biologists in Edge Hill University’s laboratories are recycling 100% of non-hazardous gloves used in vital and potentially life-changing research.
How should we deal with the threat of pathogens in our food? How can we use our knowledge of them to improve food safety? Second-year Food Science students discussed these and more questions during a poster session on foodborne pathogens as part of the new module on Food Microbiology. The event – which took place […]
There’s a buzz on campus: meet our bees, and the Society president caught in their honey trap.
Produced by ITN Productions, Biology Impacting Lives gives an insight into and outlines the key research carried out at Edge Hill University.