News Highlights

University of Leicester receives biggest ever gift from an individual - £2.7 million - for transformative kidney research
Funding by entrepreneur Mr Jimmy Mayer to establish world’s first register of patients with disease that is one of the biggest causes of kidney failure globally
Three new Athena SWAN awards announced for Leicester
Departments in College of Medicine, Biological Sciences and Psychology and the College of Science and Engineering recognised for commitment to gender equality
Success for student entrepreneur in national space challenge competition
Physics and Astronomy student Razzia Gafur’s project uses space data for the gaming market and virtual reality

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Leicester researchers work with dogs to sniff out chemicals that identify human remains

Leicester researchers work with dogs to sniff out chemicals that identify human remains

Posted by ap507 at Jun 22, 2017 09:36 AM |

University of Leicester research to help improve accuracy of criminal investigations

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New report on stillbirth and neonatal death rates

New report on stillbirth and neonatal death rates

Posted by ap507 at Jun 22, 2017 12:05 AM |

Study shows fall in stillbirth rate across the UK – a step towards the Government target

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Inclusivity in sport award nomination for our University

Inclusivity in sport award nomination for our University

Posted by ap507 at Jun 21, 2017 03:55 PM |

Sport & Active Life Service shortlisted for British University & Colleges Sport (BUCS) Awards

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Leicester expert discusses UK journalism with the BBC

Leicester expert discusses UK journalism with the BBC

Posted by ap507 at Jun 21, 2017 02:50 PM |

Tor Clark discusses the role newspapers played during the recent General Election on BBC Radio Leicester on 20 June

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Researchers organise symposium to explore significance of music in criminal justice system

Researchers organise symposium to explore significance of music in criminal justice system

Posted by ap507 at Jun 21, 2017 02:40 PM |

Free public event to take place on Friday 23 June

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