James Skinner, Professor of Sport Management and Director of the Institute for Sport Business, discusses the behaviour of high-profile athletes and the wider impacts…
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Does Gianni Infantino’s election as the new president of FIFA represent a real change in the organisation? Only time will tell argues Dr Borja Garcia…
Toby Miller, Director of the Institute for Media and Creative Industries at Loughborough University London, discusses how inequality links higher education, environmental activism, and Hollywood.
Dr Borja García, Senior Lecturer in Sport Policy and Management at the Loughborough University School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, discusses the battle for power at the upcoming FIFA presidential election.
BBC3 came to an end today (16 February) as it became the first channel in the world to make the transition from TV broadcast to an online platform only. Professor John Downey says this move is a mistake which will fail future audiences of the BBC.
Laser expert Professor John Tyrer is urging Government and the aerospace industry to take a measured approach to combatting laser crime…
Does today’s announcement of a move to ‘digital-only’ for The Independent and Independent on Sunday mean its future is secure? Professor John Downey isn’t so sure.
As thousands of unaccompanied asylum-seeking children continue to enter Europe, Loughborough professor Noel Cameron, writing in the Annals of Human Biology, warns biological age-determining tests could contravene human rights.
The Oscars should be a celebration of cinematic achievements, but this year the prestigious awards ceremony has become a symbol to many of deep rooted racism in the USA. Dr Brian Jarvis argues it is much more than just a red carpet problem.
Don’t stand by is the theme for this year’s Holocaust Memorial Day. With this in mind, Professor Chris Szejnmann asks: can we learn civil courage and embed human rights and citizenship values into future generations?