利兹市政厅
英国利兹当地时间:

统一客服电话: 英国(+44) 08444 930 990    中国(+86) 400 680 6030
企业QQ: 4006806030   Email: enquiry@suuk.org
英国大学免费申请 英国签证、移民服务

利兹大学[350] 利兹贝克特大学[0] 利兹三一大学[15]

Better monitoring needed for pregnant women with diabetes

Publish date: 2017/11/13 08:50 Posted by Latest News
Half the babies born to women with diabetes are at risk of suffering complications due to fluctuations in their mothers’ glucose levels, say researchers.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Genes holding the clues to bladder cancer and its treatment

Publish date: 2017/11/13 08:35 Posted by Latest News
Scientists have discovered the ‘genetic signatures’ of the most common form of bladder cancer – and it opens up the possibility of better-targeted treatment, according to newly published research.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Research reveals impact of diabetic foot ulcers

Publish date: 2017/11/8 08:57 Posted by Latest News
The prognosis for people with an infected diabetic foot ulcer is worse than was previously thought, according to new research.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

What can war teach today’s nurses about wound care?

Publish date: 2017/11/7 08:04 Posted by Latest News
A recreated First World War field hospital and groundbreaking research into wound care will be combined as part of an innovative event partnering history with healthcare next week.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Children’s intensive care under increased pressure

Publish date: 2017/11/2 09:15 Posted by Latest News
Children's intensive care units were operating under increased pressure as they coped with rising numbers of patients and a lack of specialist nurses, according to the latest audit.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Diversity in the legal profession

Publish date: 2017/10/31 04:22 Posted by Latest News
Progress is being made in creating a more diverse legal profession, according to new research, but women and black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) solicitors still face career progression barriers.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Building a tribute to Sir William Henry Bragg

Publish date: 2017/10/30 07:34 Posted by Latest News
The University is to name a key building in its £96m investment in engineering and physical sciences in honour of one of Leeds’ most influential scientists.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Capital of Culture 2023 – the bid is in

Publish date: 2017/10/27 07:12 Posted by Latest News
The city of Leeds is celebrating a key phase in its bid to be European Capital of Culture in 2023.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Identifying a test to target cancer drug

Publish date: 2017/10/27 04:00 Posted by Latest News
Doctors are developing a more personalised approach to the treatment of bowel cancer, thanks to research which has found a way of screening tumours for their susceptibility to drug therapy.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Preventing inappropriate antibiotic use

Publish date: 2017/10/26 05:28 Posted by Latest News
A collaboration between scientists has helped reduce the prescription of unneeded antibiotics to children in rural China.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Finding the UK’s favourite nature book

Publish date: 2017/10/24 06:06 Posted by Latest News
Do you have a favourite book about nature? If so, we’d like to hear from you.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Anti-obesity drug acts on brain's appetite control system

Publish date: 2017/10/24 00:57 Posted by Latest News
A drug that targets the appetite control system in the brain could bring about significant weight loss in people with clinical obesity, according to new research.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Life goes on for marine ecosystems after cataclysmic mass extinction

Publish date: 2017/10/20 01:06 Posted by Latest News
One of the largest global mass extinctions did not fundamentally change marine ecosystems, scientists have found.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Updating the most comprehensive dialect survey ever

Publish date: 2017/10/19 16:01 Posted by Latest News
A National Lottery grant is allowing the University to update the most comprehensive survey of the dialects of England ever undertaken.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Drilling into the mysteries of seismic activity

Publish date: 2017/10/19 02:53 Posted by Latest News
An international expedition aims to better understand seismic activity through samples collected from one of the most geologically active areas in Europe.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Leeds on track: new Institute for High Speed Rail

Publish date: 2017/10/17 10:21 Posted by Latest News
The University of Leeds is investing £10m to develop the UK’s first dedicated centre for high speed rail technologies and system integration.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Boost for enterprise with £5 million universities' initiative

Publish date: 2017/10/12 09:09 Posted by Latest News
The University of Leeds is one of three universities partnering in a £5 million programme to help get academic research into business.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Fluctuating environments can help cooperating bacteria

Publish date: 2017/10/12 03:00 Posted by Latest News
Cooperating bacterial populations are more likely to survive in changing habitats, new research shows.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Lack of sleep damaging for children

Publish date: 2017/10/11 07:04 Posted by Latest News
More than a third of primary school children are failing to get sufficient sleep, according to research presented at the British Sleep Society conference.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Mass extinctions helped to shape animal evolution

Publish date: 2017/10/10 08:00 Posted by Latest News
Past mass extinctions may have the potential to guide modern conservation efforts, according to a new study.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

New Director of Nexus appointed

Publish date: 2017/10/9 07:04 Posted by Latest News
Dr Martin Stow has been appointed as the Director of Nexus and will lead a programme to embed new approaches to nurturing and supporting innovation and enterprise across the University.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Novel material keeps itself germ-free

Publish date: 2017/10/5 06:01 Posted by Latest News
Scientists have developed a novel weapon in the battle against deadly hospital-acquired infections – a textile that disinfects itself.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Lighting up the campus

Publish date: 2017/10/2 06:06 Posted by Latest News
The University of Leeds is playing a key part in Light Night Leeds this year, hosting 12 events on campus as part of the city’s biggest free annual multi-arts event.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Simon Armitage comes full circle with Professor of Poetry post

Publish date: 2017/10/2 04:11 Posted by Latest News
World-renowned poet Simon Armitage has been announced as the University of Leeds’ first Professor of Poetry.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Fetal heart development providing clues to miscarriage

Publish date: 2017/9/28 02:08 Posted by Latest News
The major structures of a baby's heart form in just four days, according to new research using the latest imaging techniques.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

REF: University of Leeds consultation response

Publish date: 2017/9/26 05:13 Posted by Latest News
The University has submitted its response to the first consultation to the proposals for the next Research Excellence Framework (REF).
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Prestigious Steinway status provides key upgrade

Publish date: 2017/9/25 01:00 Posted by Latest News
Music students at the University of Leeds will become part of a select band later this year when it gains coveted All-Steinway School status.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Leeds powers into top 10 Good University Guide

Publish date: 2017/9/22 01:06 Posted by Latest News
The University of Leeds has secured its place in the top 10 universities in the UK, according to The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018, published today.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Championing medtech in the Leeds City Region

Publish date: 2017/9/21 04:38 Posted by Latest News
The University has led a Science and Innovation Audit, commissioned by the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), to highlight investment opportunities for medical technologies
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Updated statement

Publish date: 2017/9/19 03:18 Posted by Latest News
University of Leeds statement: Fire safety update
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

National research centre to make infrastructure more efficient

Publish date: 2017/9/18 09:26 Posted by Latest News
Developing more durable infrastructure materials to help the public and private sectors save money and reduce their environmental impact is the focus of new civil engineering research at Leeds.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

New insight into our climate future

Publish date: 2017/9/18 08:00 Posted by Latest News
Limiting the increase in global average temperatures to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels is still geophysically possible, but requires more ambitious emission reductions, say scientists.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Tackling drug-resistant infections

Publish date: 2017/9/18 07:27 Posted by Latest News
The University’s research into new ways of tackling drug-resistant infections will be bolstered by a pioneering programme to develop the next generation of scientists specialising in this area.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Millions of microbes are on the move

Publish date: 2017/9/15 01:28 Posted by Latest News
The mass movement of humans and animals is significantly affecting the distribution of essential microorganisms, scientists warn.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Assessing attitudes to lifestyle data and health research

Publish date: 2017/9/15 00:47 Posted by Latest News
Health researchers have launched a major survey to see if people would be prepared to allow their lifestyle data to be matched against their health records.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

New Chief Operating Officer appointed

Publish date: 2017/9/14 04:19 Posted by Latest News
Tim Peakman has been appointed as the Chief Operating Officer at the University of Leeds.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Professor elected to Royal Academy of Engineering Fellowship

Publish date: 2017/9/11 02:46 Posted by Latest News
The Royal Academy of Engineering has elected the University of Leeds’ professor of Nanomanufacturing Innovation, Terry Wilkins, to its fellowship.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

UK cities overpaying for energy

Publish date: 2017/9/6 16:01 Posted by Latest News
The UK’s 50 largest cities could save £7 billion annually and create over 90,000 years’ worth of extra employment by adopting simple measures to cut their energy use and counter climate change.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Warning on downstream effects of glacial meltwater

Publish date: 2017/9/4 12:00 Posted by Latest News
Researchers have called for urgent global action to address the effects of rapidly shrinking glaciers on ecosystems further downstream.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Links between poor sleep and poor mental wellbeing

Publish date: 2017/9/4 07:55 Posted by Latest News
Inadequate sleep at night leads to poor memory and increases the risk of depression, anxiety and stress, according to research revealed today.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Disparity in care for heart attack patients

Publish date: 2017/8/31 03:09 Posted by Latest News
Heart attack patients with long-term health conditions are significantly less likely to receive optimal care, compared to those with no long-term health problems – according to new research.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Green light for engineering and physical sciences

Publish date: 2017/8/31 01:04 Posted by Latest News
The University’s ambitious plans for advancing engineering and physical sciences has taken a major step forward today with a green light from Leeds City Council.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Success again for Leeds in National Teaching Fellowship Scheme

Publish date: 2017/8/30 16:01 Posted by Latest News
Two more academics at the University of Leeds have been awarded National Teaching Fellowships, one of the most prestigious awards for higher education teaching.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Understanding how a drug could induce benefits of exercise

Publish date: 2017/8/25 04:11 Posted by Latest News
Scientists have identified a mechanism that ‘switches on’ the exercise response in mammals, opening up the possibility that drugs could be developed to induce the health benefits of physical activity.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Magical creatures help conservation

Publish date: 2017/8/24 01:35 Posted by Latest News
Beliefs in magical creatures can impact the protection of biodiversity, and the field of conservation needs to consider them seriously, researchers have warned.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Cooks and their books – recipes from Romans to the present

Publish date: 2017/8/21 06:10 Posted by Latest News
A new exhibition explores the rise of the celebrity chef and how recipes have been collected and compiled since Roman times.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Artwork at the heart of science

Publish date: 2017/8/18 03:41 Posted by Latest News
Researcher Fraser Macrae is used to studying the wonders of the human body in intricate detail…but there was one sight that stopped him in his tracks.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Schoolchildren who use e-cigarettes more likely to try tobacco

Publish date: 2017/8/18 01:51 Posted by Latest News
New research suggests that teenagers who had tried an e-cigarette were almost four times more likely to start smoking a conventional cigarette within a year, when compared to classmates who had not.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Greenland ice flow likely to speed up

Publish date: 2017/8/16 11:01 Posted by Latest News
New seismic surveys are challenging the view that recent slowdowns in Greenland’s ice flow will continue in the long term.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Risky business: do bank independent directors make any difference?

Publish date: 2017/8/11 05:19 Posted by Latest News
The presence of independent directors on bank boards has not curtailed risk-taking at the majority of the world’s largest banks since the global financial crisis, research has shown.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Leeds performs well in National Student Survey but urges caution

Publish date: 2017/8/8 06:06 Posted by Latest News
The University has scored 89% for overall satisfaction in the National Student Survey 2017.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Interval workouts for older women may improve health of blood vessels

Publish date: 2017/8/7 07:55 Posted by Latest News
Short bouts of interval exercise may be most beneficial for older women at increased risk of heart-related illness, according to new University of Leeds research.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Updated statement

Publish date: 2017/8/3 05:09 Posted by Latest News
University of Leeds statement: Fire safety in Sentinel Towers and the Brenner Building
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Tracking the giant Antarctic iceberg

Publish date: 2017/8/1 21:30 Posted by Latest News
The largest remaining ice shelf on the Antarctic Peninsula lost nearly 10% of its area when an iceberg four times the size of London broke free earlier this month.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Insufficient sleep could be adding to your waistline

Publish date: 2017/7/28 05:27 Posted by Latest News
Adults in the UK who have poor sleep patterns are more likely to be overweight and obese and have poorer metabolic health, according to a new study.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Research strengths secure global challenge funding

Publish date: 2017/7/20 01:44 Posted by Latest News
Two significant research projects have been awarded £16million to build resilience in African businesses and communities as part of the University’s commitment to tackling the world's greatest issues.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Scrutinising sugary drink interventions

Publish date: 2017/7/20 00:07 Posted by Latest News
An evaluation of efforts designed to reduce how many sugary drinks we consume shows some success in changing younger people’s habits but warns they cannot be the only way to cut consumption.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Capital of Culture bid enters crucial phase

Publish date: 2017/7/19 02:00 Posted by Latest News
Today, with 100 days to go until the city of Leeds submits its bid to be European Capital of Culture in 2023, the University is backing a campaign encouraging people to pledge their support.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Making Leeds medieval: Knights, scholars and a famous throne

Publish date: 2017/6/30 06:45 Posted by Latest News
Sword-bearing knights, costumed dancers and a throne made famous by TV’s Game of Thrones all feature as part of an historical extravaganza held in Leeds.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Climate scientists set sail to explore changing Arctic Ocean

Publish date: 2017/6/30 00:30 Posted by Latest News
A new £10 million research programme to investigate how the Arctic Ocean is changing has launched its first cruise to the Barents Sea.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Updated statement

Publish date: 2017/6/29 01:13 Posted by Latest News
University of Leeds statement: Fire safety
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Better tools to study the processes of life

Publish date: 2017/6/23 06:09 Posted by Latest News
Scientists have developed a new biological tool for examining molecules – the building blocks of life. It could provide new insights and benefits such as reducing numbers of animals used in research.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Gold for Leeds in the Teaching Excellence Framework

Publish date: 2017/6/21 16:01 Posted by Latest News
The University of Leeds has achieved a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), the highest award possible.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Genetic risk of pre-eclampsia in pregnancy

Publish date: 2017/6/20 02:44 Posted by Latest News
A major international study has revealed for the first time how a baby’s DNA can increase the risk its mother will develop pre-eclampsia – a potentially lethal condition for both mother and child.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Scientists a step closer to drug treatment for Hepatitis B

Publish date: 2017/6/19 09:07 Posted by Latest News
A major new insight into how Hepatitis B Virus works could pave the way for new drug treatments for the infection which is the major cause of liver cancer worldwide.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Statement

Publish date: 2017/6/16 09:52 Posted by Latest News
University of Leeds statement: Fire safety
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

MBE for Leeds clinical trials researcher

Publish date: 2017/6/16 09:27 Posted by Latest News
An academic at the University of Leeds has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for ground-breaking research into pressure sores.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Resilience robots to be tested at national challenge event

Publish date: 2017/6/16 03:26 Posted by Latest News
Ten of the most advanced infrastructure robots and systems currrently in development will be put to the test later this month at the UK Robotics Week Resilient Infrastructure Challenge event in Leeds.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Degree partnership with PwC will address skills gap

Publish date: 2017/6/12 02:24 Posted by Latest News
A significant partnership between global professional services firm PwC and the University has created a new degree apprenticeship, an innovative way for young people to launch a career in technology.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Volcanic ‘plumerang’ could impact human health

Publish date: 2017/6/12 01:59 Posted by Latest News
A new study has found a previously undetected potential health risk from the high concentration of small particles found in the boomerang-like return of a volcanic plume.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

New insights into how Zika causes microcephaly

Publish date: 2017/6/1 11:10 Posted by Latest News
Scientists have uncovered why the Zika virus may specifically target neural stem cells in the developing brain, potentially leading to microcephaly.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Behind the scenes of a city’s season of triathlon

Publish date: 2017/6/1 06:16 Posted by Latest News
A photojournalist who captured candid scenes from Yorkshire’s successful Grand Depart is training her lens on triathlon as part of a unique new project.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

New approach set to make peptide stapling widely available

Publish date: 2017/6/1 01:03 Posted by Latest News
Scientists have created a new method to structure peptides, which they say will be cheaper and make the process of using stapled peptides in drug discovery much more widely available.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Heart attack patients may not benefit from beta blockers, study reveals

Publish date: 2017/5/30 06:07 Posted by Latest News
New research challenges established medical practice that all heart attack patients should be on beta blockers.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Research examines early death link to youth injuries

Publish date: 2017/5/26 05:03 Posted by Latest News
Children and young people admitted to hospital with injuries related to self-harming, drugs or alcohol face an increased risk of premature death, according to new research.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Partnership aims for a new generation of optical instruments

Publish date: 2017/5/18 01:00 Posted by Latest News
A new partnership between leading science and technology company Merck and the University aims to expand the use of liquid crystals in optical innovations.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Guardian University Guide success for Leeds

Publish date: 2017/5/16 05:50 Posted by Latest News
The University of Leeds has moved up two places in this year's Guardian University Guide, retaining its position in the top 20.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Discovery of ‘hidden forests’ adds to global forest area

Publish date: 2017/5/11 08:07 Posted by Latest News
Scientists have shown there is at least 9% more forest cover across the globe than was previously assumed.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Prestigious Royal Society fellowship for Engineering professor

Publish date: 2017/5/5 01:06 Posted by Latest News
The Royal Society has elected Professor of Engineering Anne Neville to its fellowship, in recognition of her substantial contribution to the field of corrosion and tribology research.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Manufacturing technique can make proteins less effective

Publish date: 2017/5/4 09:43 Posted by Latest News
Biopharma and food businesses working with proteins now have access to better information about how a type of fluid flow used in manufacturing processes can affect the quality of their products.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Same-sex couples denied religious marriage ceremonies

Publish date: 2017/5/3 01:31 Posted by Latest News
Discrimination against same-sex couples denied religious marriage is endemic, says a new study.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Improving the wisdom of crowds

Publish date: 2017/5/2 07:01 Posted by Latest News
A new approach to predicting the outcomes of major events could give people an incentive to seek out more diverse sources of information, according to a new study.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Antarctic Peninsula ice more stable than previously thought

Publish date: 2017/5/1 22:00 Posted by Latest News
Glacier flow at the southern Antarctic Peninsula has increased since the 1990s, but a new study has found the change to be only a third of what was recently reported.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Increase in extreme West African storms due to global warming

Publish date: 2017/4/26 10:01 Posted by Latest News
Global warming is responsible for tripling the frequency of extreme West African Sahel storms over the last three decades putting numerous cities in the region at risk, say scientists.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

New prize highlights talented student filmmakers

Publish date: 2017/4/26 02:50 Posted by Latest News
A new competition established by the University's Cultural Institute has encouraged student filmmakers to showcase some of its ground-breaking research.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Brownlees launch £5m cycling and triathlon facility

Publish date: 2017/4/26 02:26 Posted by Latest News
A new £5m University of Leeds sports facility launches this week, named after its most successful sporting alumni.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Leeds moves up in Complete University Guide 2018

Publish date: 2017/4/25 07:29 Posted by Latest News
The University has climbed two places and retains its position in the top 20 in this year’s Complete University Guide.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

High-profile Leeds research demonstrated to UKRI chair

Publish date: 2017/4/25 03:27 Posted by Latest News
The impact of the University’s research and its commitment to supporting early career academics has been demonstrated to the incoming chair of the new body set to oversee the UK’s research councils.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

New tool will help unlock cycling potential

Publish date: 2017/4/24 08:00 Posted by Latest News
A new online tool reveals the areas and routes in England that have the greatest potential for cycling.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

A rare glimpse of Leeds' parks through time

Publish date: 2017/4/24 07:07 Posted by Latest News
A new exhibition and online photographic archive will allow residents of Leeds to get a glimpse of the city's parks and green spaces since the early 1900s.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Leeds Digital Festival at the University

Publish date: 2017/4/24 02:52 Posted by Latest News
With Leeds being home to the largest digital sector outside London, the University is celebrating its contribution with a series of events during Leeds Digital Festival 2017.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Striking new public art for Nexus

Publish date: 2017/4/12 07:18 Posted by Latest News
The University has commissioned the British-American artist, Liliane Lijn, to create a new work of public art for its campus.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Drilling into the mysteries of the world’s highest glacier

Publish date: 2017/4/10 16:13 Posted by Latest News
Climate change scientists are heading to the Himalayas in a bid to become the first to successfully drill through the world’s highest glacier.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Mud volcanoes deliver new clue to life beneath ocean floor

Publish date: 2017/4/10 12:02 Posted by Latest News
Rock fragments brought to the sea floor by massive mud volcanoes have given scientists new clues about how far life may extend into the Earth’s interior.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Huge permafrost thaw can be limited by ambitious climate targets

Publish date: 2017/4/10 08:02 Posted by Latest News
Global warming will thaw about 20% more permafrost than previously thought, scientists have warned; potentially releasing significant amounts of greenhouse gases into the Earth’s atmosphere.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Discovery of ‘mini-brains’ could change understanding of pain medication

Publish date: 2017/4/4 08:50 Posted by Latest News
The body’s peripheral nervous system could be capable of interpreting its environment and modulating pain, neuroscientists have established, after studying how rodents reacted to stimulation.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Pore over the wonders of science at the local pub

Publish date: 2017/4/3 01:18 Posted by Latest News
Pub goers can pair their pint with the latest scientific research as the University of Leeds brings Pint of Science to city watering holes.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

The new Brownlee Centre

Publish date: 2017/2/15 08:10 Posted by Latest News
A new £5m University of Leeds sports facility is to be named after its most successful alumni athletes, Olympic heroes Alistair and Jonny Brownlee.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

GPs want more support to prescribe cancer prevention drugs

Publish date: 2017/2/14 03:45 Posted by Latest News
GPs want more support when offering drugs that lower the risk of certain cancers, a new report by the University of Leeds and Cancer Research UK reveals.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Breaking sonic boundaries: DARE Art Prize winner announced

Publish date: 2017/2/13 10:06 Posted by Latest News
A composer working with sounds below the limits of human hearing has been announced as the winner of the inaugural £15,000 DARE Art Prize by Opera North and the University.
Similar Sites Search in Google RSS

Page: << 1 2 3 4 >>

英国利兹留学服务中心 (Leeds Chinese)是英国学子教育SUUK®旗下的服务站点,由苏格兰企业协会苏格兰商业局苏格兰王子基金共同赞助和扶持,是英国大学(学院 / 教育机构)授权的官方招生代理,也是英国移民署授权的签证、移民顾问。我们提供免费的英国大学申请服务。更多介绍信息

  • [英国] Alpha Centre, Stirling University Innovation Park, FK9 4NF UK
  • [英国] 160 Hope Street, Glasgow G2 2TJ
  • 广东省珠海市吉大景园路10号二楼206室
  • 广西省柳州市柳北区潭中中路8号华泰大厦8-19、20室    QQ: 1830621058
  • 南京市汉中门大街169号农业科技大厦503室
  • 上海延安东路222号外滩中心18楼    QQ: 1907941011    电话:021-6132 3818
  • 河南省洛阳市涧西区太原路金源国际商务大厦C-1403    电话:0379-6222 7837
  • 电话:853 - 6365 0806     网站:www.suuk.mo.cn     Email: macau@suuk.org
  • 电话:852 - 5377 7827     网站:www.suuk.com.hk     香港九龍觀塘成業街27號日昇中心8樓801室C21
  • [英国] Strathclyde University Incubator, 50 Richmond Street, Glasgow, UK G1 1XP     网站:www.nano7.com
  • 电话:08444 930 990     网站:www.suuk.org   www.issc.co.uk     QQ: 707474988     Email: enquiry@suuk.org
  • 电话:400 680 6030     网站:www.suuk.org     QQ: 1505659078     Email: china@suuk.org