Colin Sinclair looks back on the huge progress made in the Knowledge Quarter in recent years and discusses the exciting developments which are transforming the face of Liverpool.
Probationary: The Game of Life on Licence has been co-created by criminologists at LJMU, FACT, artist Hwa Young Jung and a group of men who are on probation in Merseyside with the aim of changing public attitudes towards offenders.
LJMU is currently in the process of mapping around six major capital developments across the city centre, the majority to be completed by 2020.
Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) has taken a major step forward with plans to transform Copperas Hill into a vibrant new student destination by submitting a full planning application to Liverpool City Council.
Liverpool Philharmonic has been awarded Gold by Attitude is everything, one of only nine music venues nationally to have achieved the highest standard.
Psychedelic parkas designed by fashion graduates from the Liverpool School of Art & Design will be on display at Pretty Green’s store in Liverpool One.
Zia will lead the University’s social engagement activity, building on LJMU’s long history of community engagement and impact, ensuring that the University maintains strong and innovative partnerships with other community organisations.
Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram hailed the Liverpool City Region as “undergoing a renaissance in science and innovation”, at this year’s Business of Science Conference which took place on Thursday at the Hilton Hotel, Liverpool.
Ainscough’s Heavy Cranes Division has assembled a tower crane at one of Liverpool’s biggest construction sites, the £1billion Paddington Village project.
Senior Lecturer in English Literature & Cultural History Dr Nadine Muller has been named one of this year’s Rising Star Engagement Award winners by the British Academy.
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