An Edge Hill University academic has been elected to represent the UK on a key influential board to improve management education across Europe at a crucial time as the country navigates the aftermath of Brexit.
An investment of almost quarter of a million pounds in Biosciences facilities at Edge Hill will put the University at forefront of biology and biomedical research.
A new study led by researchers at Edge Hill University is to investigate how artificial intelligence (AI) could be used to improve early diagnosis of pancreatic cancer.
The experiences of men who have provided at-home care for a loved one before and during the COVID-19 pandemic will be the focus of a new study by Edge Hill University.
Health and business experts from Edge Hill University believe that revitalising high streets by filling empty shops with health services would be one way to save failing shopping areas and support the wellbeing agenda.
Professor Christopher Dent, an international political economist at Edge Hill University, has been appointed as a Specialist Advisor to the House of Commons International Trade Committee.
In this blog post for Edge Hill’s Institute for Social Responsibility, the Institute’s Director Professor Jo Crotty discusses why this latest move by Vladimir Putin is unlikely to result in war between Russia and the West.
A new first of its kind book explores the relationship between biography and television focusing on some of the UK’s favourite TV shows.
New research is looking at ways to use mineral crystals within magmas to help improve the prediction of dangerous volcanic eruptions like the one affecting the island of St Vincent.
A nutrition and health expert at Edge Hill is investigating the role that term-time employment plays in protecting University students at risk of experiencing food poverty.