Star Trek’s Dr ‘Bones’ McCoy would feel right at home working with a new high-tech medical bed developed by a cross-disciplinary team from the University and the University Hospitals of Leicester.
The next time you go shopping, look out for the new sculpture installed in the Highcross – and why not contribute to our Cardiovascular Research Centre appeal at the same time?
For the first time, a massive black hole has been caught in the act of swallowing up a star.
Events from Monday 29 August to Friday 2 September 2011. (It's a quiet week...)
Top mathematician present public lecture as part of major European maths conference.
Find out more about part-time courses on 7 and 14 September.
Were you a student at Beaumont Hall? Sign up now for a weekend of fun and nostalgia.
Our departments are hosting eleven events in four weeks.
GENIE*, the CETL** in our Department of Genetics, has posted a report and photos from a recent event based around the HERO*** project.
The results of a national survey of student satisfaction with their universities has placed Leicester top after Oxbridge out of 120 mainstream public universities.
The international Society of Hypertension has picked a Leicester student as its first ‘New Investigator of the Month’.
Events from Monday 22 August to Sunday 28 August 2011.
News network stops off in Leicester on the ‘Road to Durban’.
Watch art meet science on a guided tour with a difference.
As part of the continuing celebration of 50 years of space research at the University of Leicester, our Space Research Centre is convening a symposium to consider the next half century.
Potentially life-threatening and a constant risk – but are we taking nut allergies seriously enough?
Academics talk on political action and zombies
Atomic energy expert who shared a Nobel Peace Prize and now bakes a mean cheesecake.
Events from Monday 15 August to Sunday 21 August 2011.