NASA's Juno spacecraft, which left Earth August 5 to begin its five-year, 1.7 billion-mile journey to Jupiter, has close involvement with the University of Leicester.
Dr Cas Kramer reports on another well-received outreach event.
Sir Iain Chalmers to speak at University on 4 October.
Sociologists discuss this summer’s disturbances at public event.
Dr Neil Chakraborti was recently invited to speak at a symposium on the Philosophy of Hate Crime held in Gothenburg.
A new study by University of Leicester researchers suggests that many current lifestyle messages about cancer are not getting through to the public.
David Harvie and Keir Milburn have written another article for The Guardian, one of the world’s leading online newspapers.
A University of Leicester study has confirmed that victims defrauded by scammers on dating websites are more prevalent than reported.
A forthcoming book by a University of Leicester graduate takes a look at the issues of responsible museum collections management.
Knighton Chamber Orchestra kick off their 2011/12 season with a triple bill of great music.
This last week has seen two high profile studies linking genes to prevalent illnesses by teams with expertise from the University of Leicester.
Audio and video of last week’s event is now available.
Something for everyone in November at free events celebrating the written word.
Events from Monday 26 September to Sunday 2 October 2011.
Could this centenarian be our oldest graduate?
The long-running BBC Radio 4 magazine programme will be interviewing Dr Jane Pilcher on 27 September 2011.
The rapid variations in the flaring jet from a black hole have been observed for the first time using a telescope that monitors at short timescales.
Leicester cited as an example in newspaper feature.
One-day conference brings together experts from across the globe.