LJMU in the Media

LJMU expert from Law School discusses the situation in France and the Charlie Hebdo attack within the stories that have made the headlines in the past week. 

Terrorism expert & LJMU lecturer Dr David Lowe  discusses the Charlie Hebdo attack and the situation in France on the BBC including the Radio 2 Jeremy Vine show , BBC Radio Sheffield (7 minutes 35 seconds)  and BBC Radio London (1 hour 35 minutes 40 seconds) 

  • How clubs & players cope with a parting of the ways Sport and Exercise Sciences’ Dr Mark Nesti talks to the Liverpool Echo as Steven Gerrard's time at Liverpool FC coming to an end, and looks at the psychological effects and strategies in play on both sides when a player leaves a football club


Mail Online

The Metro 

International Business Times 



The Volkskrant 




Science plus.com 


Media INAF 


Mercury News 


The Economic Times 






From Quarks to Quasars 

Science Daily 

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Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) has over 180 years’ experience educating students in a wide range of disciplines, spanning the arts, humanities, education, health, science and technology and we offer a diverse range of undergraduate degrees, postgraduate taught programmes and research opportunities. Over 95% of research submitted to the Research Excellence Framework (REF) in 2014 was of international quality or higher, with more than 70% of impact activity rated internationally excellent or world-leading. We are one of the top performing new universities in the UK for Architecture and Built Environment, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, General Engineering, Physics and Sports-Related Studies. LJMU also continues to be one of the UK’s leading higher education institutions for our interaction with business and the community. We are currently ranked in the top 40 UK universities for staff and graduate start-up companies and in the top 20 for spin-off companies.