With our new series of public lectures at the University, we are making science more accessible and exciting for the public.
Is there any truth to a popular belief? For the first time ever the relationship between sport and the military over a long period of time is analysed in a new book.
A University of Leicester academic behind a revolutionary forensic technique is giving the Science Museum the benefit of his expertise for their coverage of fingerprints in the interactive gallery ‘Who Am I?’
A noted historian singing Woody Guthrie numbers for his lecture? It can only be the University of Leicester's New History Lab.
Last week the Department of Geology held a 'Mega Cake and Coffee Morning' in memory of a much-missed colleague from the other side of the world. Clare Stanga reports on the success of the event and the reason behind it:
Over 10-12 December the alien world of Pern comes to the stage of the Percy Gee Building as LUTheatre present Dragonsong, an ambitious, authorised adaptation of one of the early novels in the massively successful series.