News and events
University of Leicester’s Richard III Open Day will provide a host of public activities on Saturday 29 June
University of Leicester geneticist among team investigating promising compound
Returning Professor to head new University of Leicester research centre for Genetic Architecture of Complex Traits
University of Leicester leads team studying telomere length in chromosomes whose findings open up potential future health benefits
Online poll lists University of Leicester discovery as a contender in national campaign
Lecture to explore archaeology and genetics of the Search for Richard III Thursday 21 March
If you have ever wondered why a curry feels hot, or about the risks of inherited disease, two eminent experts will give you an answer at a University of Leicester public event on Tuesday 12 March
New documentary to examine the unseen scientific work by University of Leicester staff
Video and audio recordings of the University of Leicester's announcement are now available online.
University makes momentous announcement, revealing wealth of evidence which proves Greyfriars skeleton belonged to medieval monarch
Dr Alan Cann and Dr Raymond Dalgleish achieve Senior Fellowship status of the Higher Education Academy
Leicester geneticists working with New Walk Museum for latest exhibition
University of Leicester scientist who helped catch Leicester murderer is thanked by victim's family
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.