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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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Findings could represent breakthrough in how autopsy practice is conducted in UK and worldwide

Findings could represent breakthrough in how autopsy practice is conducted in UK and worldwide

Posted by ap507 at May 24, 2017 11:30 PM |

Research suggests non-invasive post-mortem should become future standard first-line test in natural death

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Research into ‘agricultural revolution’ in Anglo-Saxon England sheds new light on medieval land use

Research into ‘agricultural revolution’ in Anglo-Saxon England sheds new light on medieval land use

Posted by ap507 at May 24, 2017 10:49 AM |

Academics work with University of Oxford in project to examine how historical farming methods changed England’s landscape

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Exhibition to shed light on important moments in our lives

Exhibition to shed light on important moments in our lives

Posted by ap507 at May 23, 2017 12:26 PM |

Free public poetry and photograph installation runs from 25 May to 10 June at Leicester Cathedral

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From feeding the city to researching a country in turmoil: PhD graduates return to share their research

From feeding the city to researching a country in turmoil: PhD graduates return to share their research

Posted by pt91 at May 23, 2017 12:22 PM |

Next Doctoral Inaugural Lectures take place on 24 May

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Leicester spearheads event to encourage more medical students from non-traditional backgrounds

Leicester spearheads event to encourage more medical students from non-traditional backgrounds

Posted by pt91 at May 22, 2017 01:38 PM |

Conference in collaboration with University of Nottingham on 29 June targets teachers in Lincolnshire

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