A new book by an archaeologist at Leicester challenges previous histories of the ancient Roman Empire by focusing not on its rulers, but those they ruled.
If you’re already missing the sight of the snowy landscape, our space scientists have provided the best view of it – from above the atmosphere!
You might think that anyone who plans to cycle right round the world may well be mad, even to raise money for charities, but that is exactly what Ian Reeds, in the School of Archaeology and Ancient History at the University of Leicester plans to do.
If you suffer with a mental health difficulty, our researchers have discovered you may suffer in the quality of preventive care you receive too.
A new local history project from the University of Leicester would love to see your historical pictures and records of the city and county. Bring them along to the Records Office in Wigston this Saturday.
Prisons have been found to cause harm to prisoners by virtue of their nature and the way in which the loss of freedom and autonomy affects the sense of self. Could teaching yoga to prisoners lessen this harm and have a knock-on positive effect for society as a whole?