Over the past 12 months, Newsblog has brought you news about everything that has happened at the University of Leicester.
GENIE runs successful course for post-16 science teachers
Recognition for Leicester’s eco-friendly supercomputer
Source for bluestones narrowed down to a few metres!
Leicester establishing exchange link with leading nanotechnology centre.
‘Scarman Lecture Series’ will cover riots, drugs and air pollution.
Employability is the word as the University introduces two new ways for students to gain the skills they need for the competitive job market.
UK/Ireland branch of Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics convenes at Leicester next month.
Spectroscopy and dynamics experts gather in Oadby, first week back.
PhD student presents conference paper on international trade in Sakers.
Christmas has come early for several of those working at the University as they are recognised for significant achievements this year.
Nigel Henbest and Biddy Baxter will be honoured in January 2012.
The importance of universities in nation building was the topic of discussion at a recent workshop hosted by the University of Leicester.
Dr Farida Vis from our Department of Media and Communications reports from inside this week's high-level conference investigating the summer's riots.
Leicester cancer specialist honoured for providing good service to hospital patients.
Worms infecting fish grow four times faster in warmer waters, and can even control the host's behaviour, new study finds
University of Leicester study challenges conventional wisdom on how our lungs grow
Staff and students zumba in the park.
A regular review from the Press Office of coverage of the University in the media.
Congratulations to Planet On Standby, national winners of the npower Future Leaders Challenge