A regular review from the Press Office of coverage of the University in the media
Dr Abbi Mamo Kedir from our Department of Economics has been in Ethiopia this week for the Sixth African Economic Congress.
Leicester Academic examines what YouTube footage reveals about different takes on what really happened during Bristol riot.
Following a successful conference on genocide in September, the University is hosting a series of public talks on the Holocaust.
Exercise reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, according to new research involving the University of Leicester.
Professor Ian Hutchby discusses journalist impartiality with Laurie Taylor.
Leicester geologists have reconstructed the effects of deep impacts - and found remarkable similarities to volcanic eruptions.
Young Investigator Prize for Dr Will Nicolson is the latest in a series of accolades for the team working on heart health at Glenfield Hospital
Analysis of current and future global gas security one of only six new studies to be supported by the UKERC
Fully intact burial is the first of its kind discovered on the UK mainland
Design Council Award will help transform four academic projects into viable commercial products
Tiny fraction of jaw bone turns out to be world's largest toothed pterosaur
Study of undergraduate intentions and outcomes shows that student destinations match their career plans
New system means pharmacists can test patients and give results in minutes, making it easier to detect those at risk of type 2 diabetes
A groundbreaking study into the benefits of a training programme between De Beers and the University of Leicester has been showcased in a new book.
Our newly appointed Professor of Economics Chris Wallace claims that often too much stock is placed in the views that bankers express.
Industrial work placements are proving a boon to University of Leicester students, according to an award-winning study.
University neuroscientists have found a natural mechanism in the brain for eliminating bad memories
Seminar for the Department of Sociology on 12 October.
Award will fund groundbreaking research into how elderly people read