South African social rights activist to be briefed on the historic Grey Friars project during visit to University of Leicester
Study reveals important genetic clues about the origins of Parkinson’s
Centre aims to help police forces with some of the requests previously handled by the former Forensic Science Service
Michael Ibsen and Dr John Ashdown-Hill recount their reactions to news of Grey Friars find.
Free University of Leicester lecture will give clues to better understanding of the human brain
University of Leicester discovers that skeleton faced a battle with Victorian builders
Department of Genetics Public Engagement Lectures on 9 October make genetics more accessible by discussing topical issues.
Year 9 students praise Genetics Extravaganza
Sir Alec Jeffreys retires after 35 years, but he will still keep his acquaintance with the University
Infilling of trenches starts this week, protecting the underlying archaeology for the future.
The Alec Jeffreys Forensic Science Institute is a new multi-disciplinary centre at the University of Leicester aiming to help UK police forces solve out-of-the-ordinary crimes.
Staff and graduates to play Leicester music festival
Leicester botanist contributes to important breakthrough with far-reaching consequences.
Woody Guthrie centenary: the University of Leicester connection.
Talented A-level students enjoy a week of university science and technology study.
A new painting of Professor Sir Alec Jeffreys has been unveiled here at the University.
Come along and see our 'Breathless Genes' exhibit.
Quartet of knowledgeable specialists appointed to cancer research positions.
Ex-servicemen in prison; 'switching off' brain cell death; virtual genetics experiments; and why the prevalence of murder varies throughout history.
GENIE leads Leicester team to Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition 2012.