Phil Jackson, Associate Heaad of Creative Arts, looks forward to the Eurovision Song Contest final and examines the intertwining of the contest with geopolitics.
Two psychologists from Edge Hill University are launching the first-of-its-kind experiment to discover whether children are the best people to convince adults to live more sustainably.
Edge Hill University has opened a state-of-the-art facility which will allow scientists to take detailed images at 100 times the level of a normal microscope.
Edge Hill University been recognised in the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021, with more than half now classed as ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’.
Tackling the Blues mental health programme for children and young people has been shortlisted for a North West Coast Research and Innovation Award.
Everton Women’s Courtney Brosnan and Hanna Bennison visited a Liverpool school to support Tackling the Blues this Mental Health Awareness Week.
Edge Hill University has been shortlisted for two awards after joining forces with national employers to help boost career opportunities for students from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Tackling the Blues mental health programme for children and young people is highlighting the effects of loneliness this Mental Health Awareness Week.
An aspiring midwife who swapped a career in digital marketing for helping pregnant women has been recognised for her commitment to the profession.
A play written by an Edge Hill graduate for his dissertation has been selected to be performed at the Liverpool Little Theatre Festival.