Subject specific Saturday clubs encourage creativity in Merseyside teenagers

LJMU has launched subject specific Saturday clubs to raise the aspirations of young people in Merseyside.

LJMU awarded £44,000 to promote chemistry to school pupils in hard to reach areas

LJMU has been awarded £44,000 to expand an innovative chemistry outreach scheme to encourage young people from 11 schools across deprived areas of Liverpool City Region, to become the scientists of the future.

Above us only stars

Unique performance to explore the mysteries of the Universe as Liverpool hosts the largest professional astronomy and space science event in the UK for over a decade.

Mental health lecturer launches website to help medical professionals support asylum seekers and refugees

A new online resource hub to help health care professionals signpost refugees and asylum seekers to support services has been created by a senior lecturer in mental health at LJMU.

LJMU students learn to drive with virtual driving lessons

Students from Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) are trilling cutting edge technology that will enable them to learn to drive without the use of a car.

Liverpool School of Art and Design to host its first art-science showcase

After being awarded the prestigious Leonardo LASER status, Liverpool school of Art and Design will hold their first LASER session focusing on the theme of faces and identity.

LJMU unveils new plans for Copperas Hill

Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) has released new plans to create a vibrant new student destination in Liverpool city centre.

Unique exhibition to run at Tate Liverpool to break the stigma of homelessness

LJMU student to host ‘Narratives of homelessness’, a public engagement event involving the creation of robotics, 3D models, and sculptures.

New animation brings ‘the Greatest Scot of all time’ Robert Burns back to life

The team at LJMU Face Lab have created a ground-breaking new animated facial reconstruction of Robert Burns reciting one of his own poems.

£1.2m win for LJMU’s Astrophysics Research Institute

The Astrophysics Research Institute (ARI) has won a £1.2m grant from the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC), to support cutting-edge research at Liverpool John Moores University