Recently-Funded Covid-19 Research Projects
Take a look at some of the research projects from Faculty colleagues that have been successful in securing funding to help tackle the Coronavirus and its impacts.
Culture at Home
The University and our Faculty are responding to the Covid-19 crisis in lots of ways. Amongst them is this collection of apps, activities and teaching tools to help keep us entertained and learning during lockdown.
Being Alone Together: Developing Fake News Immunity
Challenging fake news, Dr Elena Musi is fighting the “infodemic” by helping the media and public build ‘fake news immunity’, after securing more than £200,000 of UKRI funding.
Cinema, Memory and Wellbeing
For older users and carers, particularly those caring for people with dementia. Take a stimulating trip down cinematic memory lane with Professor Lisa Shaw's Cinema, Memory and Wellbeing project on Facebook.
Digital Covid-19 Visualisation and Impact
Research into design implications and applications that reduce the concentration of airborne droplets and aerosols, led by Monika Koeck (Director/Editor) and Richard Koeck (Executive Producer) from CAVA.
Resisting Dystopia: A Science Fiction Reading List
Science Fiction Collections librarian and University teacher Phoenix Alexander has curated a selection of science fiction texts that will help you survive - and thrive!" - in our dystopian present.
Studying the Impact of Covid-19 Policy Decisions in Real-Time
Studying major policy changes, and their impacts, in real time is not something our academics get to do every day. But that's just what Professor Sally Sheard is able to do in this exciting project.
Effectiveness of Government Policies in Response to the COVID-19 Outbreak
Professor Costas Milas of the Management School assesses the quantitative impact of government interventions on deaths related to the COVID-19 outbreak.
COVID-19: Heseltine Institute Policy Briefs
How will the Liverpool City Region respond to Covid-19, one of the greatest public policy challenges faced in a generation? The Heseltine Institute For Public Policy, Practice and Place have put together a series of briefing notes on possible solutions.