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Mathematical models can help solve physical and engineering problems
University of Leicester mathematician’s industry standard textbook was released on 1 July 2013
Cutting edge research on display at the University of Leicester on 27 June 2013
Free public lecture by University of Leicester economist on Tuesday 18 June reveals insights from game theory
Mathematicians demonstrate the magic of National Science and Engineering Week on Friday 15 March
Expertise of University’s archaeological team beats the odds as maths students demonstrate they had less than a 1per cent chance of discovering remains
University of Leicester public lecture on Tuesday 4 December tackles invasive plant and animal species
A mathematician responsible for solving one of the subject’s most challenging problems has published his latest work as a University of Leicester research report.
University of Leicester hosts Rubik's Cube Championship
A team led by a University of Leicester mathematician has proposed a new solution to a problem puzzling molecular biologists.
Two of our graduates have shown an extra dimension to their skills by netting themselves job offers by displaying signs encouraging City professionals to employ them.
We are not making this up, we are not joking. This really is what it seems.
Yuri Matiyasevich to give a talk on mathematics’ most enduring problem
It's not just eggs that have featured in Leicester's news output in the run-up to Easter - here's a selection of other recent news stories.
Why is five such a fascinating number, geometrically?
Hubert Parry to Harry Potter: Student music societies joint concert covers the full spectrum of great tunes
The phrase ‘something for everyone’ is overused but it certainly applies to the Joint Music Societies Spring Concert this Saturday. Unless you don’t like music at all…
Students’ Union plays host to amazing display of mathematical bubbles.
Employability is the word as the University introduces two new ways for students to gain the skills they need for the competitive job market.
UK/Ireland branch of Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics convenes at Leicester next month.
The links between literary fiction and mathematics are explored in a lecture being hosted by the University of Leicester tomorrow.