An international team of researchers have warned that keeping your baby sound asleep may take more than tip-toeing around the cot.
The Campaign for Social Science rolls into town next Thursday when Leicester is the East Midlands venue for the campaign’s 2011 roadshow.
RSM briefing about innovative new blood pressure monitor developed at Leicester.
Our Students’ Union has been awarded a Gold Standard in the NUS Green Impact scheme which encourages environmental innovation.
A regular review of coverage of the University in the media
Geologists from Leicester are in London today convening a conference at the Geological Society on the dawn of a new epoch.
The University of Leicester has launched a competition to find 10 future world class research leaders.
If you have ever wondered how theoretical research at the University transfers to practical application, then this event will demonstrate this.
Sorrow, need, sickness, trouble, fear, grief, passion, or perturbation of the mind. Now here's Peter with the weather...
Local bands are stepping into a musical battle on Thursday 12 May; the winning act gets to perform at summer festival.
When the EconomyWatch website were preparing their special report on corruption around the world, they called on the expertise of Dr Jon Moran from our Department of Politics and International Relations.
Free public lectures on Wednesday 11 May showcase our outstanding PhD graduates from the College of Arts, Humanities and Law.
Top telly historian returns for another public lecture. Lack of snow guaranteed.
£30 million state-of-the-art teaching facilities for trainee doctors.
Events from Monday 9 May to Sunday 15 May 2011.
Leicester astronomers and astrophysicists spent the week before Easter in the charming seaside resort of Llandudno, presenting papers and posters at the National Astronomy Meeting 2011.
Gozo News.com (“for all the latest Gozo and Malta news”) reports that Martin Bugelli has been appointed as the European Commission’s new Head of Representation in Malta.
Free public lecture on historical press panic on 11 May.
According to a Leicester-led study most adults with autism or Asperger’s syndrome go undiagnosed.
Learn more about what you could learn from the Institute of Lifelong Learning.