An international team led by University of Leicester researchers has made an astounding breakthrough in uncovering the biological cause of stress disorders.
Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and internationally renowned as a campaigner for peace and justice, Archbishop Tutu will be awarded an honorary Doctor of Letters in the University of Leicester’s summer graduation ceremonies this year.
Yes, you read that right. I Am in Love are a Leicester-based pop/rock band with four University of Leicester graduates in their five-person line up.
Research into the detection of fingerprints has helped three PhD students in our Department of Chemistry to win prizes at the London and South East Student Forensic Conference.
The Malaysia Star reports that Leicester graduate Professor Dr Peh Suat Cheng has been appointed Dean of the Faculty of Medical Sciences at UCSI University.
Events from Monday 25 April to Sunday 1 May 2011.
A new pathway that could lead somewhere very interesting indeed.
They have the best of intentions, but it is the most supportive academics that are most likely to suffer from work-related 'burnout', according to a study by clinical psychologists.
A University of Leicester Masters student has begun a research project on male videogamers and is looking for participants.
The University of Leicester was one of ten winners chosen at the the Intellectual Property Office's highly-competitive 2011 Fast Forward Competition.
Exploring the engineering challenges of hydroelectric generation without damming.
Public lecture in Jamaica suggests death of print is a long way off.
The University of Leicester has been shortlisted for the prestigious Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards or 'Thelmas'.
Events from Monday 18 April to Sunday 24 April 2011.
The Institute of Lifelong Learning recently held a ceremony at which more than 170 students received the awards which they had worked towards.
Magazine award for PhD student’s work uncovering hoard of Roman coins.
Watch the Second Battle of Bosworth Field on YouTube.
Clear your diary – the University’s annual sculpture exhibition returns once again to the Harold Martin Botanic Garden this summer.
Oliver Cromwell loses out at the last hurdle to Arthur Wellesley and ‘Uncle Bill’.