Bake sale raises money for Help for Heroes.
Remembering those from Leicestershire who gave their lives in the Great War.
Online resource collects prestigious award.
Matthew O' Conner has been awarded the Society for General Microbiology (SGM) undergraduate Microbiology Prize 2011 - an award for best performance in second year microbiology modules.
It’s National Pro Bono Week, and our School of Law has teamed up with the Leicestershire and Rutland branch of ILEX for a Question Time-style event.
Events from Monday 7 November to Sunday 13 November 2011
University-based Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group is an example of best practice in cancer support
The group produces award-winning publications and has just been certified as a provider of safe, reliable, high quality health and social care information
Former Chancellor considers conflicting needs of people and planet on 11 November.
New theory from team led by University scientist proposes that huge black holes are surrounded by the crushed remains of dead planets
A state-of-the-art facility for vibration measurement has been announced following the latest announcement of funding from the Government’s Regional Growth Fund.
As details of the franchise's 23rd movie are announced, Professor James Chapman reassures fans that James Bond will be as explosive as ever
The Mango Groovy revival starts here!
Bringing our sports clubs together behind one identity.
Barbara Jacobs recalls how the University was one of few places where multiculturalism was practised and accepted.
Replica T. rex sized up for the first time as part of a study into the mass and growth rate of Tyrannosaurs