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 shortlisted for four education marketing awards

Leicester shortlisted for four education marketing awards

Posted by er134 at May 19, 2017 05:11 PM |

University's marketing and student recruitment activities nominated for four Heist Awards

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Leicester academic awarded grant for project exploring animal welfare in research

Leicester academic awarded grant for project exploring animal welfare in research

Posted by es328 at May 19, 2017 12:40 PM |

Dr Claire Gibson will refine model of experimental stroke in mice which offers improved welfare and allows for fewer animals to be used per experiment

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University showcases opportunities for mature students at open afternoon

University showcases opportunities for mature students at open afternoon

Posted by es328 at May 19, 2017 11:29 AM |

Open afternoon on 3 June will provide valuable information about student finance, UCAS and careers

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Researchers identify unique cell-signalling system in some S. pneumoniae strains

Researchers identify unique cell-signalling system in some S. pneumoniae strains

Posted by ap507 at May 19, 2017 10:49 AM |

Research involving University academics listed as Featured Research Article in prestigious PLOS Pathogens journal

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University involved in new trial to fight cancer caused by asbestos

University involved in new trial to fight cancer caused by asbestos

Posted by ap507 at May 19, 2017 01:00 AM |

Professor Dean Fennell working with University of Southampton

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