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Making a difference: Student volunteering

Publish date: 2019/2/11 07:50 Posted by Latest News
As National Student Volunteering Week kicks off this week, the University is celebrating the impact student volunteers have on local, national and international communities.
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Glasses trial sets sights on primary pupils

Publish date: 2019/2/8 01:45 Posted by Latest News
A new trial launched today aims to ensure primary school pupils get the glasses they need in order to improve their maths and reading skills.
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Europe’s financial backing for Leeds' research leadership

Publish date: 2019/2/6 07:25 Posted by Latest News
Robotic tentacles to help surgeons operate inside the body, and understanding what characterises the will of the people are among new research programmes at Leeds supported by European funding.
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Cancer charity invests in new clinical trials research unit for Leeds

Publish date: 2019/2/6 05:11 Posted by Latest News
Doctors and scientists at Leeds have received a major boost from Cancer Research UK for pioneering work with cancer.
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Northern robotics experts to lead Euro conversation on ethics of AI

Publish date: 2019/2/6 03:10 Posted by Latest News
Rapid technological innovation is bringing human-robot interaction ever closer to our daily lives, meaning society needs a standard framework to address the ethical and safety issues that arise.
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Hearts and minds: fruit and veg boost well-being

Publish date: 2019/2/5 11:03 Posted by Latest News
Consuming more fruit and vegetables can improve your mental well-being, according to a new study, 'Lettuce be happy.'
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Government confirms 150-plus Leeds PhD places

Publish date: 2019/2/4 02:30 Posted by Latest News
More than 150 fully-funded PhD researcher places are being created in Leeds after the University secured funding to train the next generation of scientists and engineers.
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Inadequate support for sexual dysfunction in prostate cancer patients

Publish date: 2019/2/2 03:11 Posted by Latest News
More than 4 in 5 men (81%) with prostate cancer struggle with poor sexual function following treatment for the disease, but over half (56%) fail to receive support, according to new research.
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‘More work needed’ for new IVF technique

Publish date: 2019/2/1 01:30 Posted by Latest News
Treating male infertility using a new IVF technique does not increase the likelihood of having a baby, according to the results of a randomised controlled trial.
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Outdoor and protective clothing 'should be greener'

Publish date: 2019/1/30 02:00 Posted by Latest News
Rain-repelling fluorochemicals used in waterproof clothing can and should be phased out as unnecessary and environmentally harmful, textile researchers argue.
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Heart attack care 'excellent around the clock'

Publish date: 2019/1/29 01:30 Posted by Latest News
Admission to hospital with a heart attack outside normal working hours does not appear to increase a patient’s chance of dying in hospital, according to a study of more than 600,000 patient cases.
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Meeting the global challenges of water security and urban disaster

Publish date: 2019/1/25 03:29 Posted by Latest News
Researchers from Leeds are key partners in two pioneering international collaborations tackling water security and urban disaster risk management.
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Bragg Centre: a new focus for materials research

Publish date: 2019/1/23 10:00 Posted by Latest News
A new centre for research into the analysis and development of advanced materials has launched at the University of Leeds.
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Is our microbiome the key to tackling bowel cancer?

Publish date: 2019/1/23 02:16 Posted by Latest News
Leeds researchers have been awarded nearly £2.5 million to investigate how billions of microorganisms living in our bodies, called the microbiome, could be manipulated to treat bowel cancer.
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SOLD! The antiques trade gets its first museum exhibition

Publish date: 2019/1/22 09:37 Posted by Latest News
A new exhibition taking visitors on a journey through the history of antique dealing, curated by a Leeds academic, opens this week at The Bowes Museum, County Durham.
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Leeds’ research on Japanese knotweed to drive Parliament debate

Publish date: 2019/1/22 02:00 Posted by Latest News
There is no evidence that Japanese knotweed causes more significant structural damage to buildings than many other plants, a Parliamentary committee will hear today.
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Leeds top ten for top employers

Publish date: 2019/1/21 04:48 Posted by Latest News
Students at the University of Leeds are in the UK’s top ten most targeted by leading employers.
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Focus on wind farms misses ‘huge opportunity’ to reduce carbon footprint

Publish date: 2019/1/16 02:32 Posted by Latest News
Government is missing a ‘huge opportunity’ to reduce the UK's carbon footprint by focusing spending on wind farms instead of materials recycling, according to a leading natural resources researcher.
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Avoiding fossil fuel 'lock-in' could help limit global temperature rise

Publish date: 2019/1/15 09:00 Posted by Latest News
Research suggests there would be a 64% chance of limiting the increase in global average temperatures to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels, if fossil fuel infrastructure was phased out immediately.
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Cities could play key role in pollinator conservation

Publish date: 2019/1/14 08:48 Posted by Latest News
Given the pressures that pollinators face on agricultural land, cities could play an important role in conserving pollinators, according to a new study.
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Exploring how climate change affects Antarctic ecosystems

Publish date: 2019/1/10 04:59 Posted by Latest News
Three decades of exploring Antarctica has convinced Stuart Egginton that there is nothing better than first-hand evidence to prove the effect global warming is having on our planet.
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Celebrating a century of women in the legal profession

Publish date: 2019/1/10 04:14 Posted by Latest News
The country’s most senior judge will today give a public lecture honouring the achievements of a pioneering Yorkshire MP.
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New Year Honours celebrated

Publish date: 2019/1/1 03:05 Posted by Latest News
Important scientific contributions in the field of meteorology have resulted in a University-based academic being recognised in The Queen’s New Year Honours.
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New year, new you – why Dry January is taking off

Publish date: 2018/12/31 17:28 Posted by Latest News
People taking part in Dry January report immediate physical, psychological and emotional benefits, according to the first qualitative study of the popular alcohol abstinence challenge.
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Evidence for prison sentence discrimination against Muslims ‘weak’

Publish date: 2018/12/18 01:52 Posted by Latest News
Offenders sentenced to prison who have Muslim names do not appear to be receiving unfairly long sentences, according to a new study of more than 8,000 UK Crown Court sentencing decisions.
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Nexus joins forces with KPMG

Publish date: 2018/12/17 02:04 Posted by Latest News
Nexus has joined forces with one of the world’s leading professional services firms, KPMG.
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A young star caught forming like a planet

Publish date: 2018/12/14 06:00 Posted by Latest News
Astronomers have captured one of the most detailed views of a young star taken to date, and revealed an unexpected companion in orbit around it.
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Fair access for students scheme wins national award

Publish date: 2018/12/14 02:34 Posted by Latest News
An admissions scheme that helps widen access to the University has won an award for greatest student impact.
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Helping the anti-parasitic medicine go down

Publish date: 2018/12/12 12:00 Posted by Latest News
Scientists have developed a new way to deliver anti-parasitic medicines more efficiently.
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Leeds features in UK's best breakthroughs

Publish date: 2018/12/6 03:53 Posted by Latest News
Influential Leeds research into Antarctic ice melt is featuring in a national campaign about the benefits of universities.
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Investment in Leeds’ high speed rail institute

Publish date: 2018/12/6 02:20 Posted by Latest News
Plans for the University’s new high speed rail research and development institute have moved forward after West Yorkshire Combined Authority’s Investment Committee backed a £13m investment.
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Power outage

Publish date: 2018/12/5 23:30 Posted by Latest News
Update: Friday 7 December 9am
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Climate change affects insects’ ability to evade predators

Publish date: 2018/12/5 04:42 Posted by Latest News
Harmless flies have evolved over millions of years to mimic the appearance of stinging insects, but new evidence suggests climate change is reducing the effectiveness of that disguise.
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New tool to find and fight the deadliest lymphomas

Publish date: 2018/12/4 03:16 Posted by Latest News
UK scientists have found a new way to identify people with the most aggressive types of lymphoma, which are less likely to respond to standard drugs.
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New material that thickens as it’s pulled

Publish date: 2018/12/4 03:00 Posted by Latest News
Scientists have discovered the first synthetic material that becomes thicker – at the molecular level – as it is stretched.
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Nanoscale tweezers can perform single-molecule ‘biopsies’

Publish date: 2018/12/3 08:56 Posted by Latest News
Newly-developed "nano-tweezers" created by university researchers can for the first time extract single molecules from live cells without destroying them – solving a long-standing research problem.
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Advising the UK government on climate change

Publish date: 2018/12/3 07:46 Posted by Latest News
Professor Piers Forster has been appointed to the Committee on Climate Change and will help to shape environmental legislation and policy.
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Why high risk women are reluctant to take breast cancer drug

Publish date: 2018/12/2 17:05 Posted by Latest News
Only about a fifth of women at higher risk of developing breast cancer think they need to take a drug proven to help prevent the disease, according to new research.
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Leeds physicist is Outstanding Research Supervisor of the Year

Publish date: 2018/11/30 01:37 Posted by Latest News
Professor Helen Gleeson has won the Outstanding Research Supervisor of the Year category in this year’s Times Higher Education Awards, announced last night.
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Poetry prize aims to nurture new talent

Publish date: 2018/11/28 08:00 Posted by Latest News
A new poetry prize aimed at nurturing previously unpublished poets is launched today by the University.
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Call for renewed Government commitment to waste-neutral economy

Publish date: 2018/11/28 02:00 Posted by Latest News
Politicians and stakeholders will today hear from senior Leeds professors how a renewed commitment from Whitehall could reduce pressure on natural resources and reclaim valuable materials from waste.
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The new lead for urban analytics at the Turing

Publish date: 2018/11/28 01:56 Posted by Latest News
The Alan Turing Institute has announced a new urban analytics research programme, led by the University of Leeds.
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Estimated 8000 women die due to unequal heart attack care

Publish date: 2018/11/22 08:23 Posted by Latest News
More than 8,200 women in England and Wales could have survived their heart attacks had they been given the same quality of treatment as men, according to new research.
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‘Warm’ ice in world’s highest glacier

Publish date: 2018/11/21 02:54 Posted by Latest News
Ice temperatures inside the world’s highest glacier on the slopes of Mount Everest are warmer than expected and especially vulnerable to future climate change, warn glaciologists.
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Low-cost drugs provide hope for bowel cancer prevention

Publish date: 2018/11/20 04:56 Posted by Latest News
Both aspirin and a purified omega-3, called EPA, reduce the number of pre-cancerous polyps in patients found to be at high risk of developing bowel cancer, according to new research.
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Research funding success – top 10 for Leeds

Publish date: 2018/11/19 10:08 Posted by Latest News
Leeds retains its position in the top 10 of UK universities for research council funding, according to the latest figures from the Times Higher Education (THE).
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Statement

Publish date: 2018/11/14 05:37 Posted by Latest News
University of Leeds statement: University investments and Climate Active Strategy.
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Armistice Day boots – a hero’s lifelong tribute to fallen comrades

Publish date: 2018/11/9 07:54 Posted by Latest News
A pair of well-worn boots represents one of the more unexpected items in the University of Leeds’ renowned and wide-ranging Liddle Collection of First World War papers and artefacts.
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Amazon rainforest can't keep up with climate change

Publish date: 2018/11/7 22:30 Posted by Latest News
A team of more than 100 scientists has assessed global warming's impact on thousands of tree species across the Amazon rainforest, assessing the winners and losers from 30 years of climate change.
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Lung screening trial launched in Leeds

Publish date: 2018/11/6 09:33 Posted by Latest News
People at high risk of developing lung cancer have the chance to take part in a pioneering new screening trial launched in Leeds.
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Our pledge: 2023PlasticFree

Publish date: 2018/11/6 09:26 Posted by Latest News
The University of Leeds and Leeds University Union have together pledged to become single-use plastic-free by 2023.
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Leeds receives £10m investment for AI and digital pathology

Publish date: 2018/11/6 01:55 Posted by Latest News
Leeds researchers have been awarded a £10.1m investment from UK Research and Innovation to expand a digital pathology and artificial intelligence programme across the North of England.
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Planning for Leeds’ driverless future

Publish date: 2018/11/1 06:00 Posted by Latest News
A new study has predicted the effects driverless cars could have on urban transport systems and public behaviour in the City of Leeds.
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Welcoming Channel 4’s move to Leeds

Publish date: 2018/10/31 06:14 Posted by Latest News
Plans are already being devised for collaborations with Channel 4 following the announcement that the corporation will locate its new national headquarters in Leeds.
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Business expertise drives ethical hackathon

Publish date: 2018/10/31 04:36 Posted by Latest News
More than 100 students took part in this year’s Fintech Hackathon, receiving valuable advice from leading businesses during the 24-hour challenge.
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Gaps in understanding European children's nutrient intakes

Publish date: 2018/10/31 04:02 Posted by Latest News
Only a third of European countries have robust reporting on child and adolescent nutrient intakes, new research shows.
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Ten-foot tall microscopes helping combat world’s worst diseases

Publish date: 2018/10/30 06:45 Posted by Latest News
The century-long mission to understand how the proteins which underpin amyloid-based diseases like Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s and Parkinson’s has taken major steps forward in the last 12 months.
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Can charitable giving save our parks?

Publish date: 2018/10/29 06:55 Posted by Latest News
A research project to explore the idea of charitable giving to public parks has been launched in Leeds.
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Nursing apprentices meet Minister

Publish date: 2018/10/26 02:41 Posted by Latest News
Nursing apprentices taught by the University had an opportunity to share their experiences with the Minister for Apprenticeships.
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Updated statement

Publish date: 2018/10/23 02:48 Posted by Latest News
University of Leeds statement: Fire safety update
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New eye-catching scientific sculpture

Publish date: 2018/10/18 08:19 Posted by Latest News
A dramatic sculpture honouring revolutionary science will be in a prominent position on the side of the new Engineering and Physical Sciences development.
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A new Chair for White Rose

Publish date: 2018/10/18 07:19 Posted by Latest News
Sir Alan Langlands has been appointed as the new Chair of the White Rose University Consortium.
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China emissions on the right track as air pollution drops

Publish date: 2018/10/18 06:40 Posted by Latest News
The first detailed analysis of air pollution trends in China reveals a 20 per cent drop in concentrations of particulate pollution over the last three years.
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Driven to the brink of extinction by climate change

Publish date: 2018/10/12 03:37 Posted by Latest News
An extensive new study will aid scientists in updating conservation strategies and understanding how climate change is affecting species around the world.
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Genetic breakthrough in eye disease

Publish date: 2018/10/12 02:01 Posted by Latest News
Gene editing has been used to fix broken retinal cells in a laboratory setting.
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Call for tech sector to join 24-hour 'hackathon'

Publish date: 2018/10/11 04:50 Posted by Latest News
Leading businesses and students will join forces for a 24-hour hackathon, where they will work together to solve technology challenges or develop new tools for clients.
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Many gluten free products lack essential nutrients

Publish date: 2018/10/10 06:00 Posted by Latest News
The lack of fortification in gluten free food may increase the risk of micronutrient deficiencies for consumers who depend on these products, a new study warns.
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Breathing life into our planet and others

Publish date: 2018/10/5 06:30 Posted by Latest News
A new study has produced a detailed estimation for when there was enough oxygen in the Earth’s atmosphere to support large land-based life, such as dinosaurs and eventually humans.
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New risk test for sepsis for heart patients

Publish date: 2018/10/5 01:43 Posted by Latest News
Nearly one in four deaths in people with heart failure are caused by sepsis, according to new research.
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Warmer springs can actually reduce overall plant growth, study finds

Publish date: 2018/10/4 00:00 Posted by Latest News
A extensive study on the effects of warmer springs on plant growth in northern regions shows substantially reduced plant productivity in later months.
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Cancer research team wins European Health Award

Publish date: 2018/10/3 03:05 Posted by Latest News
Creating a cancer patients' Bill of Rights aimed at driving improvement to treatment has helped a senior Leeds researcher jointly win the 2018 European Health Award.
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Testing new cancer treatment which could banish chemotherapy

Publish date: 2018/10/1 06:53 Posted by Latest News
Current treatment for head and neck cancer can have debilitating side-effects, but new research combining robotics, nanoparticles, ultrasound and lasers could treat it without chemo- or radiotherapy.
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Light Night 2018 on campus

Publish date: 2018/9/28 07:40 Posted by Latest News
The University is playing a key part in next week's city-wide Light Night celebrations, with events ranging from live coding to a marvellous mushroom adventure.
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Harnessing genetics to tackle TB

Publish date: 2018/9/28 07:24 Posted by Latest News
A landmark study could herald a quicker, more tailored treatment for the millions of people around the world living with tuberculosis (TB).
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University plays biggest role yet in Ilkley Literature Festival

Publish date: 2018/9/28 00:00 Posted by Latest News
The North of England’s longest running literature festival begins today – with more events on campus or featuring staff from the University than ever before.
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Evolutionary history ‘written by the victors’?

Publish date: 2018/9/26 11:00 Posted by Latest News
A new paper questions whether well-established theories on patterns in evolution have been significantly influenced by present day bias.
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Flood frequency of the world’s largest river has increased fivefold

Publish date: 2018/9/19 11:00 Posted by Latest News
A recent study of more than 100 years of river level records from the Amazon shows a significant increase in frequency and severity of floods.
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Sugar in yogurt leaves a sour taste

Publish date: 2018/9/18 15:30 Posted by Latest News
A comprehensive survey of ingredients in yogurts has highlighted high sugar levels in many – particularly organic yogurts and those marketed towards children.
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And the Leeds International Piano Competition winner is…

Publish date: 2018/9/16 01:59 Posted by Latest News
Eric Lu, 20, from the US, has been awarded first place at the Leeds International Piano Competition, widely regarded as among the most coveted prizes in the musical world.
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Kyoto Symposium will explore ways to prevent natural disasters

Publish date: 2018/9/14 04:03 Posted by Latest News
Building better infrastructure to withstand earthquakes will be the core topic of discussion during a top-level international conference at Leeds next week.
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Viruses show new promise in treating cancer

Publish date: 2018/9/13 04:28 Posted by Latest News
Viruses have shown renewed promise in the treatment of cancer, after new research has shown they retain their cancer-killing ability even when injected into the bloodstream.
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Honorary degree for one of world’s most famous musicians

Publish date: 2018/9/10 05:01 Posted by Latest News
Lang Lang, the globally-renowned Chinese pianist, educator and philanthropist, is to receive an honorary degree from the University of Leeds.
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Leeds shares massive R&D boost for UK’s creative industries

Publish date: 2018/9/7 05:19 Posted by Latest News
A new multi-million pound research project to boost creative innovation in the textile and fashion industry is being spearheaded by the University of Leeds.
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Improving Leeds care homes through research

Publish date: 2018/9/7 03:31 Posted by Latest News
Two nursing homes in Leeds are to be the test bed for a new research programme aiming to improve the quality of life of nursing home residents.
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Jet-air dryers should not be used in hospital toilets

Publish date: 2018/9/7 01:00 Posted by Latest News
Jet-air hand dryers in hospital toilets spread more germs than disposable paper towels and should not be used, say researchers.
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Joining the Arctic research ship ‘drifting’ past North Pole

Publish date: 2018/8/28 16:00 Posted by Latest News
A research ship carrying 600 international scientists, including researchers from the University of Leeds, is studying the region’s climate system.
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Networks of underground faults may pre-determine earthquakes

Publish date: 2018/8/23 03:30 Posted by Latest News
The timing and size of three deadly earthquakes that struck Italy in 2016 may have been pre-determined, according to new research that could improve earthquake forecasting.
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Coming to a platform near you … Leeds Piano Trail

Publish date: 2018/8/17 03:00 Posted by Latest News
A trail featuring a dozen imaginatively decorated pianos launches across Leeds today.
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Indian students find the Spark for new businesses

Publish date: 2018/8/16 06:33 Posted by Latest News
Becoming an entrepreneur is an exciting step to take, but every successful business owner needs the right training and support to make their venture a success.
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A new weapon against one of the deadliest cancers?

Publish date: 2018/8/15 11:00 Posted by Latest News
Aggressive brain tumour cells taken from patients were found to self-destruct after being exposed to a chemical in laboratory tests by researchers.
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Nurturing the next generation of skilled researchers

Publish date: 2018/8/15 03:39 Posted by Latest News
The Universities of Leeds, York and Sheffield have been awarded funding by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) to support more than 250 PhD researchers.
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Shining a light on the operation of lasers

Publish date: 2018/8/13 08:43 Posted by Latest News
Lasers are widely used as high power sources of light operating at a specific frequency. But how does this frequency get selected when a laser is turned on, and how quickly?
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Improving air quality could prevent thousands of deaths in India

Publish date: 2018/8/10 03:13 Posted by Latest News
A new study shows more stringent emission controls are key to India's future health.
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A more efficient way for professionals to monitor diet

Publish date: 2018/8/9 03:33 Posted by Latest News
New research shows the myfood24 online diet monitoring tool is as effective as similar tools already available to health care practitioners, researchers and educators, and more efficient to use.
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The underestimated cooling effect on the planet from historic fires

Publish date: 2018/8/9 02:00 Posted by Latest News
Historic levels of particles in the atmosphere released from pre-industrial era fires, and their cooling effect on the planet, may have been significantly underestimated according to a new study.
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Leeds one of best in UK for student satisfaction

Publish date: 2018/7/27 01:49 Posted by Latest News
The University is one of the top in the UK for student satisfaction and joint first in the Russell Group of universities.
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Should family-focused nursing be recognised in the UK?

Publish date: 2018/7/26 02:47 Posted by Latest News
Nurses are being asked if the concept of ‘family nursing’ should be formally adopted in the UK, to help the growing number of carers who look after sick relatives.
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Women more at risk of dying after a heart attack

Publish date: 2018/7/16 03:46 Posted by Latest News
Women are at a greater risk of dying after a heart attack than men because their condition is being misdiagnosed, a leading researcher has told MPs.
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Growing a dinosaur’s dinner

Publish date: 2018/7/16 00:31 Posted by Latest News
Scientists have measured the nutritional value of herbivore dinosaurs’ diet by growing their food in atmospheric conditions similar to those found roughly 150 million years ago.
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53 ways we are tackling global challenges

Publish date: 2018/7/11 08:26 Posted by Latest News
The University of Leeds has been ranked in the top three UK universities for global funding success, according to new data from Research Fortnight.
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