There’s a buzz on campus: meet our bees, and the Society president caught in their honey trap.
Produced by ITN Productions, Biology Impacting Lives gives an insight into and outlines the key research carried out at Edge Hill University.
Second-year biology students at Edge Hill University will have the chance to discover new species of plants in a revolutionary new tree climbing module that will enable them to shape the future of science.
Edge Hill microbiologists are hoping to discover how bacteria in soil makes antibiotics, so they can be genetically modified to make more antibiotics in a laboratory setting. Dr Lorena Fernández-Martínez at Edge Hill University is beginning three-years of research* to uncover how harmless bacteria (Streptomyces) make many antibiotics in soil. Yet, when these bacteria are […]
Teaching excellence at one of the North West’s top universities has been recognised by students in the annual National Student Survey.
Edge Hill University has entered the top fifty UK universities in today’s (7 June) Guardian University Guide 2020 attaining 48th position in the UK and 39th in England.
A student at Edge Hill University seeks to discover more about genetic variation in a new species of plant thanks to two research grants she has been awarded.
Edge Hill University’s MSc Conservation Management course has received valuable accreditation from the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM).
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.