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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.
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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.
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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.
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Study breathes new life into 2.3bn-year-old ‘Great Oxidation Event’

Publish date: 2017/2/7 07:18 Posted by Latest News
New research based on Precambrian rocks provides insight into how life evolved alongside changes in the chemistry of Earth’s surface.
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Improving the accuracy of essential African weather forecasts

Publish date: 2017/2/6 04:30 Posted by Latest News
A comprehensive new handbook about weather forecasting in West Africa could help safeguard lives and resources in the region.
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Scientists prove new approach to Polio vaccines works

Publish date: 2017/2/1 02:15 Posted by Latest News
Scientists have identified new ways to provide vaccines against polio, which do not require the growth of live virus for their manufacture.
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Young people call on government for greater digital rights

Publish date: 2017/1/31 09:48 Posted by Latest News
A new report reveals children’s attitudes to the Internet and their recommendations for policymakers.
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University unveils £17m Astbury lab investment

Publish date: 2017/1/31 03:30 Posted by Latest News
The results of a £17 million investment in advanced biological research equipment have been unveiled at the University today, with the official opening of the Astbury BioStructure Laboratory.
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New spin-out firm tackles diet-related disease

Publish date: 2017/1/30 08:27 Posted by Latest News
A new spin-out company, Dietary Assessment Ltd, has formed to help track and analyse dietary intake.
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How a larger windscreen could improve lorry safety

Publish date: 2017/1/30 03:47 Posted by Latest News
The size of a lorry's windscreen can have a dramatic impact on the safety of other road users, according to a series of experiments conducted by psychologists at the University of Leeds.
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New C.diff treatment reduces recurrent infections by 40%

Publish date: 2017/1/26 02:08 Posted by Latest News
A new treatment for Clostridium difficile (C.diff) reduces recurrent infections by nearly 40%, a large study has found.
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Tests reveal major variation in flood risk models

Publish date: 2017/1/25 04:53 Posted by Latest News
The first ever comparison of six of the major global flood risk monitoring computer models has revealed wide discrepancies between the information they provide.
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Overuse of antibiotics the main cause of C.diff epidemic

Publish date: 2017/1/25 02:07 Posted by Latest News
Restricting the use of a common antibiotic was more important than a high profile 'deep clean' of hospitals in massively reducing UK antibiotic resistant Clostridium difficile, a major study found.
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Advanced Imaging Centre will give new insight into human body

Publish date: 2017/1/24 02:40 Posted by Latest News
A new £6.8m medical imaging centre which aims to transform the diagnosis and treatment of patients suffering from cancer, heart disease and musculoskeletal diseases has opened.
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New resource offers unique insight into life and death in Leeds

Publish date: 2017/1/23 09:47 Posted by Latest News
A mine of information for genealogists has been made available online.
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Forging the future of the UK’s steel industry

Publish date: 2017/1/23 02:40 Posted by Latest News
A blueprint for the future of the UK’s steel industry is set out in a new report by a cross-party group of MPs and Leeds University Business School.
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DARE Art Prize shortlist announced

Publish date: 2017/1/19 10:32 Posted by Latest News
The University's Cultural Institute and Opera North have announced the shortlist for their inaugural DARE Art Prize.
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Giving robots a change of heart

Publish date: 2017/1/19 10:02 Posted by Latest News
A prototype robotic sleeve, which can wrap around a weak heart before synchronising with its natural motion to help it keep beating, has been developed by an international team of engineers.
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Professor lobbies at Davos summit for a better global food system

Publish date: 2017/1/18 03:51 Posted by Latest News
The global food system needs to be made more equitable and sustainable, according to a University expert who is lobbying senior politicians and business figures this week.
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Leeds now among UK’s top five universities targeted by employers

Publish date: 2017/1/17 05:34 Posted by Latest News
Students at the University of Leeds are now the fifth most targeted in the UK by leading employers.
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Climate policies alone will not save Earth's most diverse tropical forests

Publish date: 2017/1/16 07:53 Posted by Latest News
A focus on policies to conserve tropical forests for their carbon storage value may imperil some of the world’s most biologically rich tropical forests.
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Scientists collaborate to reduce number of animals needed for research

Publish date: 2017/1/13 06:00 Posted by Latest News
More than 200 scientists have signed up to a tissue-sharing database designed to reduce the number of animals needed for biomedical research.
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World’s largest tropical peatland discovered in Congo swamps

Publish date: 2017/1/11 11:00 Posted by Latest News
A vast peatland in the Congo Basin has been mapped for the first time, revealing it to be the largest in the tropics.
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Arthritis drug cuts heart attack risk

Publish date: 2017/1/11 09:50 Posted by Latest News
A drug used to treat rheumatoid arthritis can reduce the risk of heart attacks in such patients by nearly 40%, a new study has found.
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Suppressing repair protein could be key to treating brain tumours

Publish date: 2017/1/10 07:30 Posted by Latest News
Targeting a specific DNA-repairing protein in the brain could be an effective way to treat the most aggressive type of brain tumour, a study suggests.
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New study estimates frequency of volcanic eruptions

Publish date: 2017/1/3 03:04 Posted by Latest News
Holidaymakers concerned about fresh volcanic eruptions causing flight-disrupting ash clouds might be reassured by a study setting out the first reliable estimates of their frequency.
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New year’s honour for influential engineer

Publish date: 2016/12/31 11:20 Posted by Latest News
Senior University of Leeds academic Professor Anne Neville has been made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the New Year’s Honours list, for services to engineering.
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Satellites help discover a jet stream in the Earth’s core

Publish date: 2016/12/19 09:00 Posted by Latest News
A jet stream within the Earth’s molten iron core has been discovered by scientists using the latest satellite data that helps create an ‘x-ray’ view of the planet.
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Baby born from ovary frozen in childhood

Publish date: 2016/12/14 09:18 Posted by Latest News
The first woman to have an ovary frozen before the onset of puberty has given birth to a baby boy.
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Building closer relations with leading Chinese university

Publish date: 2016/12/14 02:22 Posted by Latest News
Closer relations between two leading international universities have been confirmed this week following top-level meetings which will strengthen UK-China research and teaching opportunities.
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HE Reforms: University and LUU statement

Publish date: 2016/12/9 10:19 Posted by Latest News
Joint statement on the Government’s Higher Education Reforms.
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Symptoms may be mistaken for tamoxifen side effects

Publish date: 2016/12/9 08:01 Posted by Latest News
Women taking tamoxifen to prevent breast cancer may be stopping their treatment because of a mistaken belief it is causing certain side-effects, a study suggests.
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How infrastructure robots can keep countries efficient

Publish date: 2016/12/8 08:25 Posted by Latest News
Robots operating in pipes, on lamp posts, flying over power lines and on train tracks will be key to identifying future infrastructure issues, saving money and keeping countries efficient.
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Leeds academics recognised for teaching excellence

Publish date: 2016/12/7 08:55 Posted by Latest News
Two University of Leeds academics have received a National Teaching Fellowship (NTF), one of the most prestigious awards for higher education teaching.
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Major investment in the UK’s manufacturing research base

Publish date: 2016/12/6 04:35 Posted by Latest News
Six new multi-million pound research hubs, aimed at strengthening the UK’s manufacturing industries, have been announced this week by Universities and Science Minister, Jo Johnson MP.
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The climate-changing desert dust fertilising our oceans

Publish date: 2016/12/5 10:10 Posted by Latest News
The way in which man-made acids in the atmosphere interact with the dust that nourishes our oceans has been quantified by scientists for the first time.
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The vulnerability of social housing policies

Publish date: 2016/12/2 03:02 Posted by Latest News
The extent of the mental and physical health problems caused by homelessness among some of society’s most vulnerable people is laid bare in a new report.
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Whistle while you work - women in Disney animations

Publish date: 2016/11/29 09:29 Posted by Latest News
From Snow White washing the dishes to a bunny rabbit police officer in Zootopia, Disney’s animated films have portrayed many memorable female characters in the workplace during the past 80 years.
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World-leading medical engineering shown to Minister

Publish date: 2016/11/28 04:40 Posted by Latest News
Cutting-edge developments in medical technology have been demonstrated to Government Health Minister Lord Prior, during a fact-finding mission to Leeds.
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Award-winning: computer gaming simulates field trips

Publish date: 2016/11/25 01:50 Posted by Latest News
A tool that uses computer gaming to simulate field trips has won a prestigious Times Higher Education award.
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University to lead medical technologies audit

Publish date: 2016/11/23 06:44 Posted by Latest News
A University of Leeds-led consortium has been chosen by the Government to carry out an audit of research, innovation and industry in medical technologies.
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Multi-million pound investment in pig research

Publish date: 2016/11/21 09:47 Posted by Latest News
Yorkshire will soon become one of the best places in Europe for pig research, thanks to significant investment from the University of Leeds and the Government.
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Cocktail of drugs is polluting our rivers

Publish date: 2016/11/16 03:40 Posted by Latest News
A study suggests that pharmaceuticals are polluting our rivers more than pesticides.
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Common virus could help fight liver cancer and hepatitis

Publish date: 2016/11/16 03:07 Posted by Latest News
A virus that causes childhood coughs and colds could help in the fight against primary liver cancer.
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Water solution programme to benefit Yorkshire economy by £50 million

Publish date: 2016/11/15 06:00 Posted by Latest News
A new £6 million project led by the University of Leeds is predicted to bring a £50 million benefit to the Yorkshire economy by reducing the costs and impact of water-related threats to the region.
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Battling superbugs with the power of knowledge

Publish date: 2016/11/14 04:30 Posted by Latest News
In the last 60 years mankind has come to rely on the wonder-cure of antibiotics to solve a multitude of ills by inhibiting disease-causing bacteria and curing potentially fatal infections.
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Leeds' expertise showcased at Indian Tech Summit

Publish date: 2016/11/7 04:34 Posted by Latest News
A University delegation is focussing on significant education and research partnerships with businesses and academics in India, as well as encouraging its students to study in Leeds.
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Step into Leeds’ theatrical past with new heritage walking trail

Publish date: 2016/11/2 07:03 Posted by Latest News
Leeds’ rich theatrical history can now be easily explored on foot using a new heritage walking trail.
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Strengthening links with leading Chinese universities

Publish date: 2016/11/1 08:41 Posted by Latest News
Strengthened relationships and shared approaches to global challenges between top universities in the UK and China are the focus of high-level meetings in Shanghai this week.
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Targeting the biological host to get rid of unwanted guests

Publish date: 2016/11/1 05:03 Posted by Latest News
A new approach has been developed to combat diseases caused by herpesvirus infections, including everything from cold sores to cancer.
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Researchers uncover origin of atmospheric particles

Publish date: 2016/10/28 03:38 Posted by Latest News
In a study led by the University of Leeds, scientists have solved one of the most long-standing challenges in atmospheric science: to understand how particles are formed in the atmosphere.
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Leeds Institute for Teaching Excellence launches today

Publish date: 2016/10/26 08:03 Posted by Latest News
The University of Leeds is investing £3.5 million in an institute to inspire new ideas and practices in teaching and learning.
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Cultural Institute heralds a new era of artistic endeavour

Publish date: 2016/10/25 03:35 Posted by Latest News
The University of Leeds has today launched its Cultural Institute, ­strengthening its place in the UK’s cultural and creative economy.
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Bowel cancer patients more likely to survive in research-active hospitals

Publish date: 2016/10/19 03:28 Posted by Latest News
Bowel cancer patients are more likely to survive if treated in hospitals where lots of clinical research is taking place - even if they themselves are not involved in trials, a study has found.
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EU referendum: information

Publish date: 2016/10/14 05:28 Posted by Latest News
On 23 June 2016 the UK narrowly voted to leave the European Union (EU).
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Britain's post-war prime ministers ranked by politics experts

Publish date: 2016/10/13 00:46 Posted by Latest News
David Cameron has been rated one of the worst performing post-war prime ministers in a poll of academics specialising in British politics and contemporary British history.
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£96m investment in Engineering & Physical Sciences

Publish date: 2016/10/10 07:15 Posted by Latest News
The University has given the seal of approval to the proposed plans to create an international Centre for Engineering and Physical Sciences on the north eastern part of campus.
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Events explore what it means to be human

Publish date: 2016/10/7 03:36 Posted by Latest News
A series of free public events has been organised by the University of Leeds as part of Being Human 2016, the UK’s only national festival of the humanities.
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Light Night 2016

Publish date: 2016/10/5 05:41 Posted by Latest News
Light Night, Leeds’ biggest free annual multi-arts event, takes place later this week.
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Professional bodies playing a role in banking

Publish date: 2016/10/3 10:21 Posted by Latest News
New research has concluded that the potential exists for professional bodies to play a greater role in raising levels of competence and promoting ethical behaviour in the banking sector.
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#WeAreInternational

Publish date: 2016/10/1 08:50 Posted by Latest News
We're incredibly proud to support #WeAreInternational, celebrating our diversity
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Global award for international student satisfaction

Publish date: 2016/9/30 08:06 Posted by Latest News
The University of Leeds has won a StudyPortals Award for Excellent International Student Satisfaction 2016.
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How drug-resistant bacteria build defences

Publish date: 2016/9/30 07:07 Posted by Latest News
Improved understanding of the way hundreds of different types of disease-causing bacteria operate could help pave the way to tackling their effects, according to leading scientists.
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Introducing the new Pro-Vice-Chancellor: International

Publish date: 2016/9/29 07:04 Posted by Latest News
Professor Hai-Sui Yu, the University's new Pro-Vice Chancellor: International, appears in a video talking about his role and aims, and the challenges he expects to face.
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University of the Year 2017

Publish date: 2016/9/23 04:00 Posted by Latest News
The University of Leeds has been named University of the Year 2017 by The Times and The Sunday Times’ Good University Guide.
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Can alternative finance help build a better economy?

Publish date: 2016/9/22 08:31 Posted by Latest News
A new report into the UK’s burgeoning alternative finance industry is calling on the Government to underwrite consumers’ investments in the sector in a bid to encourage wider participation.
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University’s Paralympians secure medals in Rio

Publish date: 2016/9/19 08:52 Posted by Latest News
University of Leeds graduates claimed three gold medals and one silver in the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, with one helping set a new world record in the process.
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Introducing the new Deputy Vice-Chancellors

Publish date: 2016/9/15 09:00 Posted by Latest News
New Deputy Vice-Chancellors, Professor Lisa Roberts and Professor Tom Ward, have each made a short film in which they discuss their roles, and the aims and challenges they expect to face.
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The Power of 8: value to economy more than entire Premier League

Publish date: 2016/9/15 04:33 Posted by Latest News
The value to the economy of the N8, the eight most research-intensive universities in the North, is almost double that of the entire Premier League, a report reveals today.
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Helping students to access university

Publish date: 2016/9/15 03:19 Posted by Latest News
For the first time essential resources and advice are available online and free of charge for teachers and advisers who are helping their students go on to leading universities.
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Terminal cancer patients 'not getting adequate pain relief'

Publish date: 2016/9/15 01:42 Posted by Latest News
Many terminal cancer patients are not getting adequate pain relief early enough, according to a University of Leeds study.
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Talks on the wild side

Publish date: 2016/9/14 04:55 Posted by Latest News
The President of Iceland gave a keynote address at the University of Leeds.
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Expert trio elected as Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering

Publish date: 2016/9/8 09:51 Posted by Latest News
Three University of Leeds professors have been elected as Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering, in recognition of their significant contribution to the field.
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Nexus set to accelerate innovation and collaboration

Publish date: 2016/9/8 02:58 Posted by Latest News
A new £40m innovation and enterprise centre at the University of Leeds has been given the green light by Leeds City Council today.
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High hopes for University’s five Rio Paralympians

Publish date: 2016/9/7 01:00 Posted by Latest News
The athletic ability of five University of Leeds sports stars will be tested to the limit during the Paralympics, which begin today in Rio de Janiero.
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Rare Shakespeare treasures

Publish date: 2016/9/6 05:43 Posted by Latest News
A new exhibition is celebrating the legacy of William Shakespeare with a display of rare items from the University of Leeds’ Special Collections.
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Too few school packed lunches meet nutritional standards

Publish date: 2016/9/6 02:53 Posted by Latest News
Only a tiny proportion of children’s packed lunches are meeting nutritional standards, despite high-profile awareness campaigns, a University of Leeds study has found.
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Increase in invasive heart procedures improves survival rates

Publish date: 2016/8/29 23:30 Posted by Latest News
Rates of survival following the most common type of heart attack have risen due to the increased use of invasive cardiac treatments, a study by the University of Leeds has found.
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Heart attacks in women more likely to be missed

Publish date: 2016/8/29 16:01 Posted by Latest News
Women have a 50 per cent higher chance than men of receiving the wrong initial diagnosis following a heart attack, according to a new study by the University of Leeds.
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First students welcomed to joint engineering school in China

Publish date: 2016/8/26 03:30 Posted by Latest News
The first cohort of Chinese engineering students will soon begin studying at the University of Leeds and Southwest Jiaotong University Joint School, following a welcome ceremony held today.
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Triathlon success for University’s Olympic Brownlee brothers

Publish date: 2016/8/19 02:06 Posted by Latest News
Triathletes Alistair and Jonny Brownlee confirmed their status as the sport’s pre-eminent stars on the roads of Rio yesterday, claiming gold and silver in a highly convincing Olympic win.
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Swallows and Amazons author plagued with doubts, archive letters reveal

Publish date: 2016/8/14 01:06 Posted by Latest News
It is one of the most popular children’s stories of all time and has sold millions of copies, but letters by the author of Swallows and Amazons reveal his doubts about the book’s prospects.
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Satisfaction at Leeds with National Student Survey 2016

Publish date: 2016/8/9 16:01 Posted by Latest News
This year's National Student Survey (NSS) secures the University joint second place among the Russell Group for satisfaction – up from joint third last year.
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University of Leeds alumni competing in Olympic Games

Publish date: 2016/8/8 02:10 Posted by Latest News
Four University of Leeds alumni are part of the TeamGB squad in the Olympic Games which is carrying the hopes of the nation on its shoulders.
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First ever satellite track of endangered Caspian seals

Publish date: 2016/8/3 07:35 Posted by Latest News
The first ever satellite tracking study of one the world’s endangered seal species has revealed new information about their migration habits and hunting patterns.
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University welcomes Chinese Ambassador on his first visit to Leeds

Publish date: 2016/7/29 07:49 Posted by Latest News
China’s Ambassador to the UK was shown a wealth of world-leading University of Leeds research and culture on his first visit to the city.
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‘Pain paradox’ discovery provides route to new drugs

Publish date: 2016/7/28 08:59 Posted by Latest News
A natural substance known to activate pain in the central nervous system has been found to have the opposite effect in other parts of the body, potentially paving the way for new pain control methods.
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Stern Review: University of Leeds response

Publish date: 2016/7/28 07:55 Posted by Latest News
University of Leeds statement: Lord Stern’s review of the Research Excellence Framework
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Starting gun fired on £5m sports facility fit for Olympians

Publish date: 2016/7/26 07:16 Posted by Latest News
Work has started on a £5m University of Leeds sports development that will enhance facilities for cycling and triathlon in the region.
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Rare Chinese texts unearthed as part of global theatre collaboration

Publish date: 2016/7/26 03:12 Posted by Latest News
Precious 17th century copies of plays by Tang Xianzu – Shakespeare’s Chinese contemporary – have come to light as part of a unique international theatre project at the University of Leeds.
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Jamie Oliver’s cooking courses and improving eating habits

Publish date: 2016/7/19 08:18 Posted by Latest News
Jamie Oliver’s back-to-basics approach to improving our diets works, according to a new study.
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Red hair gene variation drives up skin cancer mutations

Publish date: 2016/7/12 04:53 Posted by Latest News
Gene variants associated with red hair, pale skin and freckles are linked to a higher number of genetic mutations in skin cancers, new research has found.
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Report highlights urgent climate change risks for the UK

Publish date: 2016/7/11 16:01 Posted by Latest News
The impacts of climate change are already being felt in the UK and urgent action is needed, concludes a report published today.
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University announces honorary degrees 2016

Publish date: 2016/7/8 06:56 Posted by Latest News
Twelve significant individuals from the disciplines of law, education, film, science and engineering will be presented with honorary degrees recognising their contribution to their fields and society.
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Drought caused the Amazon to stop storing carbon

Publish date: 2016/7/7 08:08 Posted by Latest News
The most extensive land-based study of the effect of drought on Amazonian rainforests to date has shown that a recent drought completely shut down the Amazon Basin’s carbon sink.
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What do the 'lungs of Leeds' mean to you?

Publish date: 2016/7/5 01:47 Posted by Latest News
From Golden Acre and Gotts to Roundhay and Rothwell, there are more than 60 parks to enjoy in Leeds.
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Feasting monks and strange foods

Publish date: 2016/7/1 04:25 Posted by Latest News
Jousting knights, feasting musicians, food demonstrators and artists will descend on Leeds from 3-7 July.
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Vision for better living through robotics

Publish date: 2016/7/1 04:09 Posted by Latest News
Robots rarely get a good press. They’re either turning rogue, trying to control the human race as in The Matrix, or wreaking a path of destruction to kill the hero in Will Smith’s I, Robot.
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First signs of healing in the Antarctic ozone layer

Publish date: 2016/6/30 00:49 Posted by Latest News
Scientists have observed clear signs that the hole in the Antarctic ozone layer is beginning to close.
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EU Referendum: Statement

Publish date: 2016/6/24 03:43 Posted by Latest News
Statement from Vice-Chancellor, Sir Alan Langlands
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