Researchers at Edge Hill University have discovered what might encourage people to go vegan. Prof Claire Parkinson, Dr Richard Twine and Naomi Griffin from Edge Hill’s Centre for Human Animal Studies (CfHAS) carried out a year of research funded by The Vegan Society. They found that non-vegans were more likely to go vegan (move to […]
An interactive exhibition exploring the wonder and fear of 19th Century medical science in a family-friendly way is displayed at The Atkinson in Southport.
A new book written by Edge Hill’s Professor Victor Merriman examines whether there is a public role for drama to play in times of austerity.
Academics from Edge Hill University have conducted research into how teachers use research, which is explored in a new book published by Routledge.
Our academics research the animal-industrial complex, climate change, and the role of children in tackling arguably our biggest challenge.
An Edge Hill University Associate Professor in Human Biology has helped discover a breakthrough gene therapy treatment halting the debilitating effects of Cystic Fibrosis.
An Edge Hill academic has co-authored a key international book exploring the concepts that can be drawn upon to undertake socially just research.
An academic from Edge Hill University has curated an interactive digital exhibition which will be showcased at Chapel Gallery, Ormskirk, until May.
Women will have the chance to retrain in the digital sector thanks to a new programme being delivered by Edge Hill University alongside a group of institutions and industry partners.
Researchers at Edge Hill University have created a new comic strip and animation to help children know what to expect and what might happen when they go to hospital.