Evenst from Monday 28 February to Sunday 6 March 2011.
Astronomy legend explains why humans must go ‘onward to Mars’ on our new discussion website.
Leicester Applied Geology students continue getting awards at a national minerals meeting.
It’s the semi-official start of spring at the University of Leicester: Crocus Sundays this week and next at the Botanic Garden.
Our talented student thespians have three very different productions coming up next month, from the broadly comic to the deeply serious.
Interested in studying as a postgraduate in the arts, humanities, social sciences or law? Then you should come along to our Open Evening on 29 March.
Congratulations to our Head of the Mechanics of Materials Group Professor Helen Atkinson for the continuing success in her already outstanding profession.
Four large sculptures by Elizabeth Frink have been installed as a temporary exhibit in the University’s Botanic Garden in Oadby.
The science of brain function and the visual arts are one and the same thing. That’s what a scientist at the University of Leicester believes, at least.
A regular review of coverage of the University in the media
In an exclusive interview with The Gold Report, Leicester graduate Michael Fowler provides insights on potential mergers and acquisitions in the gold market.
University of Leicester scientists have announced a new medical device that might just revolutionise the way that doctors take your blood pressure.
Events from Monday 21 February to Sunday 27 February 2011.
With the Olympics approaching, here’s a wonderful opportunity to find out more about England's role in the revival of the Games.
In a galaxy just next door to ours a team of astronomers, including University of Leicester scientists, have found an ideal model for investigating how large spiral galaxies like ours form.
Dr Andre Ng from our Department of Cardiovascular Sciences has been appointed as a Specialist Adviser to Interventional Procedures Programme of NICE, the National Institute for Clinical Evidence.
Two of our postgraduate forums join forces this Friday when the New History Lab meets The Attic to ask: ‘Does material culture have a future in the study of history?’
Last April, our School of Museum Studies hosted a conference where the keynote speaker was supposed to be film director Peter Greenaway but that pesky old cloud of volcanic ash put paid to his flight.
A regular review of coverage of the University in the media.