A regular review from the Press Office of coverage of the University in the media.
Print Services cakes and Bookshop fancy dress contribute to appeal.
Students’ Union building adds another award to its impressive trophy cabinet.
The National Institute for Academic Anaesthesia has made the University’s Dr Jonathan Thompson their Macintosh Professor of Anaesthesia for 2010-11.
Two seminars this week will combine specialist research with insights from other disciplines.
Nine medals for University of Leicester jiu jitsu squad at national champoinship.
Leicester students have been exploring the benefits and flaws in a novel means of deliberating public issues.
Full audio recording of ‘Faith and Politics’ talk available.
Successful entrepreneur with an MBA in his sights.
Research conducted at the University reveals many women have negative experiences of cervical smear tests, often finding them stressful and embarrassing
Leicester graduate Alissandra Cummins has been elected Chairperson of the UNESCO Executive Board.
A contemporary update of Measure for Measure this Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Study funded by Action Medical Research will look into links between being born early and struggling with maths and numeracy
Events from Monday 21 November to Sunday 27 November 2011.
Our School of Museum Studies has just launched an innovative exhibition that shows historical portraits of people with disabilities -and offers perspectives from the modern day.
An increased risk of heart disease and diabetes has led to Leicester researchers calling for a lower limit for obesity levels amongst South Asians.
Dr Louise Anderson, a postdoctoral researcher in our Department of Geology, delivered a seminar to students and staff from the middle of the Atlantic Ocean last week.
Journalism and gypsy caravans: exploring the lives of Armstrong, Crooks and Nicol.
It’s not all spreadsheets and Powerpoint in our School of Management!
Enjoy an Indian meal in support of our renal research labs.