Many of us may wonder why veganism comes naturally to some while others struggle to keep up with it, and two academics from Edge Hill University are on a mission to find out why.
An Edge Hill academic, together with a team of scientists from The Open University and University of Edinburgh, has developed a new technique to help predict when a volcano is most likely to erupt.
Throughout 2018, Edge Hill University will be marking the 100th anniversary of the first women’s right to vote with a packed programme of free events.
Why do we say one thing and then do something completely different? In his new book, Edge Hill psychologist Professor Geoff Beattie explains how the conflicting subsystems of the human mind, one slow, deliberate and conscious, one fast, automatic and unconscious, operate together to such telling effect.
The UK has more childhood deaths from treatable infections than comparable European countries, and new research will investigate why fatal delays in hospitalisations occur.
Edge Hill History Lecturer Dr Bob Nicholson became a Twitter sensation when his rant about a reproduction Victorian newspaper in the new Dickens movie went viral.
Edge Hill University has received funding from the National Institute for Health Research to review the provision of respite care for young adults with life limiting conditions or complex needs.
Edge Hill’s Reader in Dance, Dr Mark Edward, has authored a new book and two high profile book chapters exploring various aspects of performance including drag, contemporary dance and queer art making.
Dr Linda Kaye, Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Edge Hill, recently represented the University when she was invited to speak at the TEDxVienna On the Edge conference at the Volkstheater, Vienna.
Insect experts are set to swarm upon Edge Hill University next August for the annual meeting of the Royal Entomological Society, Ento’18.