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.
To encourage everyone to take personal responsibility and keep each other safe on campus, Edge Hill are asking all students and staff to adhere to the University’s Community Pledge during the pandemic.
A short animation showing a Liver Bird flapping its wings with the words “welcome to the world of reading” next to it.
Timely new research from an Edge Hill University academic will investigate the effects of social exclusion and will use the findings to tackle loneliness in the future.
On Friday 18th September, the Government announced new temporary social distancing measures which come into effect from Tuesday 22nd September.
The latest work of celebrated poet and writer Simon Maddrell is set to be unveiled in a virtual launch event hosted by GenSex and artdoesnotgetyouajob in partnership with Edge Hill University.
An Edge Hill academic has won a global award from the Sustainability Research Network in recognition of her pioneering work to improve climate change education.
In this blog post Programme Leader for Politics Paula Keaveney discusses the recent intervention by five past Prime Ministers.
A children’s mental health awareness campaign which saw pupils’ drawings of their Blues heroes take centre stage at a Goodison Park matchday has been shortlisted for a national award.
More than 30 years on since the landmark Montreal Protocol united the world in a bid to save the ozone layer, an Edge Hill academic reflects on the lessons to be learned in the greatest environmental challenge ahead – climate change.