Microbiology education misaligned with the needs of the Bio-economy

The training needs in Microbiology which could have implications for future scientific innovation, most importantly in biotechnology, have been identified by an Edge Hill academic in one of the most prominent journals in the field.

Comment Blog – Blue Light Interoperability

Read Professor Paresh Wankhade’s first blog about whether interoperability between emergency services is a missed opportunity.

Why are we so suspicious of high street offers?

Professor Geoff Beattie, Professor of Psychology at Edge Hill, has been using his expertise to decipher why the general public are so suspicious of high street offers.

Combining academic study and a life-saving career

    Whether he’s rescuing a badly injured climber on a mountainside or flying 200 miles out to sea to treat a Russian sailor who’s had a heart attack, Ed Griffiths’ job presents its fair share of challenges. Now, as he embarks on a degree in Clinical and Professional Paramedic Practice, the former RAF helicopter […]

Academic publishes third book in a year

Paresh Wankhade, Professor of Leadership and Management at Edge Hill’s Business School has published his third book since joining the University last year.

Edge Hill experts collect prestigious Athena SWAN award

Edge Hill Research staff Dr Nikki Craske and Joanne Morris recently attended the Athena SWAN Awards Ceremony at the University of Oxford, to collect the prestigious Bronze Award.