An academic from Edge Hill University has received the People’s Choice Poster Prize at the 2018 Microbiology Society Annual Conference, the biggest annual microbiology meeting in Europe.
Three third-year students from the Group for Extreme and Marine Microbiology at Edge Hill University have returned from participating in the 2018 Microbiology Society Annual Conference.
Academics from Edge Hill University are exploring extreme environments in the hope of discovering new species of microbes that will help conserve the salterns in Cabo Verde, and assist future developments in biotechnology.
Research conducted by an academic from Edge Hill University has led to a discovery which could impact on the future of some developing countries. Sven Batke, Lecturer in Biology, has jointly authored a paper titled Increasing stomatal conductance in response to rising atmospheric CO2, which has been published in the Annals of Botany, an international […]
A conservationist has graduated from Edge Hill University with the highest marks not only on her course but across all postgraduate arts and sciences courses this year.
A talented Biology graduate from Edge Hill University has completely changed her career path after the University paid for her to complete a work experience placement in Japan.
Insect experts are set to swarm upon Edge Hill University next August for the annual meeting of the Royal Entomological Society, Ento’18.
Edge Hill University has provided second year student Ashley Tuffin with the chance to work as part of a research team at The Morton Arboretum, a world-renowned leader in tree science and education in Lisle, Illinois.
European Youth Olympic silver medallist and European Junior Championship gold medallist, Alex Dunk, likes a challenge as he succeeds with his studies alongside his swimming.
An Edge Hill student is researching populations of a rare butterfly to try and halt their decline across Britain.