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.
Academics from Edge Hill University have conducted research into how teachers use research, which is explored in a new book published by Routledge.
An Edge Hill academic has co-authored a key international book exploring the concepts that can be drawn upon to undertake socially just research.
Professor Clare Austin, Director of Medical Education and Associate Dean of Research and Innovation at Edge Hill University has featured in a short film produced by the NHS to showcase the talent and ambition of women in health and social care research.
A major study aims to improve understanding of the vulnerability of Thailand’s shoreline and coastal communities to storms, floods and coastal erosion under future climate change scenarios.
Professor Cherith Moses joins Edge Hill from Sussex University where she had previously held a number of positions including Head of Geography, Director of Teaching and Learning and Deputy Head of School in the School of Global Studies and University Director for International Recruitment and Development. She also established and was Director of the Centre for Coastal Research.
Steven Walker has made his mark in Palaeontology by naming a new species of fossil.
Mum-of-two Lorna Randall who swopped a profit-driven career to become an NHS midwife is hoping to make childbirth a better experience for women with mental health conditions.
As part of the continued investment in teaching and learning facilities, Edge Hill University has today unveiled its brand-new state-of-the art Biotechnology laboratories.
An interdisciplinary conference at Edge Hill University is exploring the use and abuse of substances in the Long 19th Century period – from opiates to beef tea.