An early researcher at Edge Hill University is looking at inequalities between different ethnic groups to investigate why BAME women typically gain more weight during pregnancy and ways to address health risks.
An Edge Hill academic has won a prestigious award from the International Olympic Committee to educate coaches and athletes in three countries about non-sexual abuse in sport.
A games expert from Edge Hill University explains why there has been a surge in the popularity of board games as the nation celebrates World Chess Day today (20th July).
A researcher from Edge Hill University has been appointed to a leading role with the Society of Cardiothoracic Surgery for Great Britain and Ireland to drive forward improvements in healthcare.
A Criminology Professor at Edge Hill University has been appointed to a top role in the world-renowned British Society of Criminology (BSC).
A geography researcher from Edge Hill University has been awarded funding to explore how coastal communities in Thailand can use vital data to manage risks around climate change.
The seventh issue of the world’s only online magazine dedicated to bringing academic expertise on racism to the wider public is out now and focuses on Black Lives Matter and Covid-19.
Professor and Director of Edge Hill’s Institute of Social Responsibility (ISR) Jo Crotty has shared her thoughts on the ramifications of lockdown in the latest episode of The Conversation’s Anthill podcast.
To mark World Emoji Day an Edge Hill University expert looks at how the face mask emoji could be an important way to encourage behaviour change around wearing face masks as part of the Covid-19 recovery phase.
A retail expert at Edge Hill University has given her take on how the high street is coping with Covid-19 in the Grimsey Review and calls for drastic new measures to save the sector.