Research at Liverpool

‌The University is globally recognised, for it’s research in health and life sciences, science and engineering, and humanities and social sciences. As a Russell Group University, research is at the core of everything we do and is fundamental to our success.

The University is focusing academic efforts on the ‘great grand challenges’ faced by mankind, with seven research themes. For the latest news, achievements and discoveries by our Researchers, visit the University News pages. To find out more about research expertise and projects, take a look at the research groups & departments page. 

Research undertaken at the University of Liverpool is subject to research governance, which all staff must have an awareness of and adhere to all policies, procedures and external rules relating to research governance. There is support available to help Researchers meet research governance requirements, including support for clinical research governance. The University is committed to maintaining high ethical standards in the research undertaken by its staff and students. The University’s Research Ethics Committee carries out ethical review; ensuring relevant research has been approved. 

The University has developed an intellectual property model to support the achievement of institutional research and knowledge exchange ambitions. The model has three simple steps: engagement, evaluation and exploitation.

Our Research

Hear about some of the life changing, world shaping research taking place at the University of Liverpool in the YouTube playlist below: