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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European Law: public seminars and human rights conference

European Law: public seminars and human rights conference

Posted by mjs76 at Oct 14, 2010 10:30 AM |

The Centre for European Law and Integration (CELI) which is part of our School of Law celebrates its tenth anniversary this year with a series of public seminars and a one-day conference.

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Are we taking full advantage of our botanic gardens?

Are we taking full advantage of our botanic gardens?

Posted by pt91 at Oct 14, 2010 10:00 AM |

A report produced by the School of Museum Studies has highlighted the untapped potential for social action in botanic gardens

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Celebrity Twitter Talk

Celebrity Twitter Talk

Posted by mc234 at Oct 13, 2010 09:55 AM |

New study investigates how celebrities use Twitter to make people feel closer to them.

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That great story about Rock Hyrax urine you've always wanted to read

That great story about Rock Hyrax urine you've always wanted to read

Posted by mjs76 at Oct 12, 2010 05:30 PM |

Ancient urinary deposits provide a unique insight into Africa’s prehistoric climate change.

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Public lecture: Black History in Football

Public lecture: Black History in Football

Posted by pt91 at Oct 12, 2010 05:06 PM |

Particularly pertinent following Saturday’s events in Leicester, the Department of Sociology is holding a discussion on the role of Black History in football on 13 October

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