Edge Hill University is taking part in a cutting edge project by Europe’s biggest research and innovation programme promising breakthroughs and world firsts. The University’s Department of Computer Science is delivering a £400,000 work package, part of the European Union’s Horizon 2020 project, exploring the quality of open source computer software. Open source software includes […]
Edge Hill University’s second annual Festival of Ideas returns this June to explore a theme of ‘Identity and Belonging’ through a stimulating programme of debates, talks, films, exhibitions, round-tables and performances.
An Edge Hill University academic is travelling to Colombia this month to work on the front line against mosquito-borne diseases.
Research from Edge Hill University has revealed that contrary to popular belief, online gamers are socially competent, have high self-esteem and aren’t lonely and isolated.
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An Edge Hill University student has been given a prestigious award by the Royal College of Nursing’s Research in Child Health Community for his work into the healthcare experiences of disabled children.
An Edge Hill University academic has been nominated for a Spanish Premios Max award for her choreography on a production currently touring the country.
A ground-breaking collaboration between Edge Hill University and three hospitals in Mysore, Southern India is starting to have a major impact on mental health in the region.
An Edge Hill University academic has created a multimedia art installation remembering soldiers from the First World War.
An expert in learning disability nursing has lent his support to a ground-breaking project in India, designed to help some of the country’s most vulnerable people.