Category archive: Science

Arctic security: Can Britain be a polar power?

Professor Caroline Kennedy-Pipe is a leading expert on International Security at Loughborough University and has contributed to the House of Commons report, On Thin Ice: UK Defence in the Arctic – published this week. Here she gives her analysis of the report and discusses the current state of security in the Arctic and the UK’s ambition to […]

Optimising nutrition in a bid to break the two-hour marathon mark

Twenty-six seconds. That’s how close Kenyan runner Eluid Kipchoge came to breaking the two-hour marathon and bettering a mark many thought to be unachievable. Although this was the fastest time ever run over the 26.2 mile distance, it unfortunately did not count as a world record. In the event, organised by Nike in Monza, Italy, […]

Top 3 Tips: Feeding fussy eaters at Christmas

Christmas carries close associations with food and abundance, but if you’ve got a fussy eater this can add to the seasonal stress. Loughborough’s child feeding experts share their Top 3 Tips for feeding your fussy eaters this festive season…