Some of the UK’s well-known firms will be represented at a trade show at the end of August which aims to boost exports in the food and drink sector.
A regular review from the Press Office of coverage of the University in the media
Leicester historian develops Naseby guide for visually impaired visitors.
One of the top ten African women in ICT.
Patients treated with antipsychotic medication are at a high risk of metabolic problems yet are not offered regular monitoring, according to a University of Leicester study.
Forensic scientists at the University of Leicester received a visit from Brett Scott, a representative of the Australian Federal Police, last month.
University of Leicester academics explain the difference between civil unrest now and in the 1980s, and the relevance of social media.
School pupils join University of Leicester students in unearthing Iron Age remains.
A rare chance to buy a piece of history - the 1968 edition of ‘Lucifer’.
Award nomination for Leicester historian’s book on squaddies in sports kit.
Canadian paediatrician who trained among remote Inuit communities.
Join us for drinks and canapés on the terrace…
Events from Monday 8 August to Sunday 14 August 2011.
Tomorrow’s World presenter Maggie Philbin has written about the benefits of a University of Leicester Innovation Partnership in the Leicester Mercury
Leicester-born actress and honorary degree recipient Parminder Nagra stars in the new Horrid Henry movie.
A postgraduate student in the School of Education has been awarded a grant for an ambitious study into language testing.
The University of Leicester is working with Leicestershire Victoria Country Trust to research the history of twenty-seven towns and villages in and around the Charnwood Forest area of Leicestershire.
Major new funding in Cell Physiology and Pharmacology.
Damien Walter has secured his own blog for the national newspaper’s book section.
A researcher has been honoured by the Royal Society of Chemistry as part of a UK-wide research team in biological chemistry.