Covid-19 project-based learning

Want to find out more about Covid-19 and understand its impact? Life Sciences UTC’s Dr Dyer has been working alongside colleague Professor David Hornby and Dr Alex McCarthy, a researcher and lecturer in innate immunity at Imperial College, to develop a range of projects relating to Covid-19. This is your opportunity to learn more about the virus, the disease, the effects on …


Wellness Week at the UTC

There are many elements to wellbeing. From healthy eating, to physical fitness and mental welfare, there’s lots we can be doing to actively improve our overall sense of wellness. On Monday 23rd – Friday 27th April, Liverpool Life Sciences UTC and The Studio school took part in wellness week, featuring a wide range of activities throughout each day. …





Languages North West – Language Enrichment Event

  On Wednesday 28th February, Year 10 students from Life Sciences UTC and The Studio visited University of Liverpool for the Routes into Languages North West Language Enrichment Event. Organized by the University of Liverpool, GCSE Spanish students participated in Language Enrichment Event and learnt about the importance of languages for their future participating in …



Read all about it! UTC Students launch first ever ‘Baltic Science Journal’

On Wednesday 10th January, Life Sciences UTC students launched the first ever edition of their very own publication – the Baltic Science Journal. The journal talks through a wide range of pre-university research projects and features the latest work of some of the UTC’s current year 12s and 13s, alongside some recent UTC alumni. Showcasing …



UTC students help tackle homelessness this Winter

As part of their Project based learning, for the first time ever, students of the Life Sciences UTC have been participating in a weekly session focused all around the issue of homelessness. Including rough sleepers, it is estimated that there are over 300,000 people homeless in the UK alone. Recognising the importance of this issue, …