University of Leicester in the Media, December 2011

A summary of coverage of the University in the news online.

Broadcast News

Dr Noelle Robertson from the School of Psychology was interviewed by Jenny Murray on Woman's Hour for a programme on juror trauma broadcast on 28th December.

31 December 2011

Tribe still a factor in Zim politics - The Zimbabwe Standard One of the most refreshing and interesting pieces of literature on the subject that I have recently come across is University of Leicester scholar John ...

Cancer-Stricken Former DEEP PURPLE Keyboardist Says He Is 'Doing ... - Blabbermouth.net ... the band he co-founded in 1968. Lord earlier in the year received the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Music from the University of Leicester.

Honours: Order of the British Empire, Civil - MBE - The Independent Director, Physics Innovations Centre for Excellence in Teaching, University of Leicester. For services to Science Education. ...

' I can't wait to tell the children' - Leicester Mercury Bringing physics to life is what earned Professor Derek Raine, a physics lecturer at the University of Leicester, his nomination for an MBE. ...

New Year honours list: MBEs - The Guardian Professor Derek Jeffrey Raine, Director, Physics Innovations Centre for Excellence in Teaching,University of Leicester. For serv Science Education. ...

New Year Honours 2012: full list of recipients - Telegraph.co.uk Director, Physics Innovations Centre for Excellence in Teaching, University of Leicester. For services to Science Education. (Bushby, Leicestershire) Hanif ...

30 December 2011 

China plans manned moon mission - The Guardian ... then I believe the impact could be game-changing," said Professor Ken Pounds, a leading figure in UK space research at Leicester University. ...

Why Women Report Being in Worse Health than Men - Scientific American ... is a reporting bias or not," said sociologist Ellen Annandale of the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom, who was uninvolved in the new work. ...

Refueling the tanks: Learning to value time off - WKBT La Crosse Consider Denmark, the world's happiest country, according to independent studies from the University of Leicester and the University of Michigan. ...

World chess masters gather at Hastings tournament - Hastings Observer He decided to take part while in England visiting his girlfriend of four years, Jingo Wei, 23, who is studying at Leicester University. ...

29 December 2011 

Leveson inquiry given examples of 'sexist and offensive' reporting - The Guardian ... the line "women who drink alcohol, wear short skirts and are outgoing are more likely to be raped, claim scientists at the University of Leicester". ...

Why Women Report Being in Worse Health than Men - LiveScience.com ... is a reporting bias or not," said sociologist Ellen Annandale of the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom, who was uninvolved in the new work. ...

Why women report being in worse health than men - msnbc.com ... is a reporting bias or not," said sociologist Ellen Annandale of the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom, who was uninvolved in the new work. ...

Why Women Report Being in Worse Health than Men - MyHealthNewsDaily ... is a reporting bias or not," said sociologist Ellen Annandale of the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom, who was uninvolved in the new work. ...

2011 remembered in Leicestershire - July and August - Leicester Mercury At the University of Leicester, Nobel Peace Prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Leicester born musician and ex-Deep Purple and Whitesnake keyboard ...

Genealogists give York men chance to discover Viking heritage - The Press, York Genealogists from the University of Leicester are using DNA tests to paint a picture of ancestry dating back to the time when the race settled in the north ...

Correia's Thinking Out Loud provides fresh, bold outlook - Trinidad Guardian She has graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of the West Indies and a Masters in Mass Communications from the University of Leicester, ...

28 December 2011 

New plan for medical school - Leicester Mercury The University of Leicester has launched a fresh attempt to get permission to build a new £30 million medical school after its initial plans were rejected. ...

 

27 December 2011 

Beachcomber helps out NCC - The Nelson Mail ... was not that curious for the man who recently received a prestigious fellowship to help with his research on locusts at Leicester University in England. ...

26 December 2011 

Evolution of English Language Being Triggered by Young Women - MedIndia According to the study by UK's Leicester University, women are more likely to disclose information about emotional topics and write about them with ...

23 December 2011 

Who owns sunken treasure? Author will tackle topic - Orlando Sentinel He holds graduate degrees from the University of Miami plus the University of Oxford and University of Leicester, both in Great Britain. ...

Young women pushing evolution of English language - TruthDive According to the study by UK's Leicester University, women are more likely to disclose information about emotional topics and write about them with ...

IMI - issue press release about their "industry achievements for 2011" - Auto Body Professionals Club drives business and this year it published four independent studies in July and December, which were carried out by the University of Leicester. ...

THE IMI'S INDUSTRY ACHIEVEMENTS FOR 2011 - 3D Car Shows ... drives business and this year it published four independent studies in July and December, which were carried out by the University of Leicester. ...

Roadworks misery warning for drivers using London Road, Leicester - Leicester Mercury The work will connect the University of Leicester to the network. The overall scheme will link four housing estates and extends the network to other ...

The weddings of the year 2011 and those which did not last. - allvoices According to a study from the University of Leicester (UK), despite its precarious financial situation, the Bhutanese were in 2008 the eighth happiest ...

Chemotherapy for bladder cancer in patients with impaired renal ... - UroToday Department of Cancer Studies & Molecular Medicine, University of Leicester, 2nd Floor, Osborne Building, Leicester Royal Infirmary, Leicester LE1 5WW, UK. ...

22 December 2011 

Study: Global Climate Change Could Benefit Parasites, Harm Fish - Outdoor Life Magazine (blog) Researchers from the University of Leicester recently published a study that looked at the relationship between sticklebacks and parasitic tapeworms. ...

Source of Stonehenge's First Circle Rocks Discovered - The Epoch Times The research, by Dr. Rob Ixer of Leicester University and Dr. Richard Bevins of Amgueddfa Cymru (National Museum Wales), looked at the composition of ...

Researchers Confirm Source of Stonehenge Rocks - JotZoom Over a period of nine months, Dr Bevins, keeper of geology at National Museum Wales, and Dr Rob Ixer of Leicester University have been collecting and ...

Advanced Touch Screen Technology Opens New Doors to the Student ... - AZoOptics.com By Andy Choi The University of Leicester's School of Museum Studies in association with the British Museum provides innovative opportunities for students as ...

21 December 2011 

England's most expensive allotment? - Which?  That's much more expensive than any allotment found in a recent University of Leicester survey, which found that plot rents ranged from 1p a sq m to 55p a ...

Girls are poking out the tongue - NEWS.com.au A study by the UK's Leicester University found young women were leading the ... Leicester University English lecturer Dr Ruth Page said young women were ...

Source of Stonehenge Rocks Found - AllMediaNY The discovery by researchers at the National Museum Wales and Leicester University opens questions as to how the people of that time were able to move giant ...

From Pembrokeshire to Stonehenge - Loughborough News A new paper in Archaeology in Wales, produced by Dr Rob Ixer of Leicester University and Dr Richard Bevins of Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales ...

British scientists ID source of Stonehenge rocks - New York Daily News Ixer, of Leicester University, called the discovery “quite unexpected and exciting.” But the mysteries of Stonehenge were not entirely resolved by the duo ...

DONATION TO HEART APPEAL FOR LOCAL HOSPITAL - Loughborough News A cheque for £2612.11 raised in memory of a heart attack victim has been presented to the University of Leicester in support of an appeal for a ...

Researchers reveal formula for success in increasing smoke alarm use - Loughborough News Professor Nicola Cooper, in the Department of Health Sciences at the University of Leicester, is a specialist in healthcare evaluation research and was one ...

Space Ideas Hub creates business opportunities in medical imaging - Loughborough News The University of Leicester is developing small, high resolution gamma-ray camera ... The event is co-hosted by Medilink EM and the University of Leicester. ...

Schools connect with chemistry - Loughborough News In this event, the University of Leicester will be celebrating the 'International ... from The Leicester University Chemistry Department for last Thursday. ...

University of Leicester employability event exhibits ... - Loughborough News On 14th December, a University of Leicester event funded by the National Higher Education STEM Programme saw potential employers giving direct input into ...

20 December 2011 

Origin of Stonehenge Formation Uncovered - Kozmedia News The National Museum Wales and Leicester University have identified the source as Craig Rhos-y-felin, located more than 100 miles from the Stonehenge site. ...

Secrets of Stonehenge: Scientists find origin of central rocks - Tecca According to Robert Ixer of the University of Leicester and Richard Bevins of the National Museum of Wales, the famous monument's inner circle of stones ...

Scientists Discover Origin of Stonehenge Rocks - Bangstyle The National Museum of Wales and Leicester University have identified Craig Rhos-y-felin- over 100 miles from the Stonehenge site- as the original site. ...

Stonehenge's oldest monoliths origin traced back by geologists - ZME Science The study was made by scientists at University of Leicester and the National Museum of Wales, and was published in the journal Archaeology. ...

Researchers Confirm Origin Of Stonehenge Rocks - RedOrbit The researchers — geologists Robert Ixer of the University of Leicester and Richard Bevins of the National Museum of Wales — have matched fragments of stone ...

The Two-Way : NPR - NPR As the BBC reports, Robert Ixer of the University of Leicester and Richard Bevins of the National Museum of Wales pinpointed the source to within 230 feet ...

Scientists find source of Stonehenge stones - Salisbury Journal Research by National Museum Wales and Leicester University has ... The work was carried out over nine months by researchers from Leicester University, ...

Is modern architecture now old hat? - Telegraph.co.uk James Stirling's Engineering Building in Leicester University, a proud and unapologetic mid-Fifties revival of muscular Victorian redbrick. ...

Higher education standards: improving course evaluation - The Guardian (blog)  Alex Nutt, academic affairs officer at the University of Leicester Students' Union, said: "I think students will want to know that institutions take their ...

19 December 2011 

Stonehenge rocks Pembrokeshire link confirmed - BBC News - But research by National Museum Wales and Leicester University has ... For nine months Dr Bevins and Dr Rob Ixer of Leicester University collected and ...

Scientists discover source of rock used in Stonehenge's first circle - The Independent The Leicester University and National Museum of Wales scientists' discovery ... The detective work, that the University of Leicester and the National Museum ...

Discovery paves way to new understanding of how stones were ... - Daily Mail Geologists Robert Ixer from the University of Leicester and Richard Bevins of the National Museum of Wales believe the stones came from Craig Rhos-y-Felin, ...

News to rock your world: Mystery of Stonehenge stones¿ origin ... - Daily Mail Geologists Robert Ixer from the University of Leicester and Richard Bevins of the National Museum of Wales believe the stones came from Craig Rhos-y-Felin, ...

Scientists locate exact source of Stonehenge stone - Telegraph.co.uk The work - carried out by geologists Robert Ixer of the University of Leicester and Richard Bevins of the National Museum of Wales - has identified the ...

Scientists discover source of rock used in Stonehenge's first circle - Belfast Telegraph The Leicester University and National Museum of Wales scientists' discovery ... The detective work, that the University of Leicester and the National Museum ...

Stonehenge rock tracked to a tiny crag in Preselis - WalesOnline The work – carried out by geologists Robert Ixer of the University of Leicester and Richard Bevins of the National Museum of Wales – has pinpointed the ...

Stonehenge mystery finally solved? - New Zealand Herald Dr Richard Bevins of the National Museum of Wales and Dr Robert Ixer at Leicester Universitynarrowed down the source of the rocks - called rhyolites - to ...

Stonehenge origin traced - Times of India Geologists led by Robert Ixer from the University of Leicester and Richard Bevins of the National Museum of Wales identified the source as a site called ...

Stonehenge Bluestones 'matched' to quarry in north Pembrokeshire ... - The Australian Robert Ixer from the University of Leicester and Richard Bevins of the National Museum of Wales told the UK Daily Mail that the finding could help explain ...

Source of Stonehenge stones pinpointed - UPI.com "Being able to provenance any archaeologically significant rock so precisely is remarkable," Rob Ixer ofLeicester University said. ...

Source of Stonehenge stones pinpointed - Middle East North Africa Financial Network "Being able to provenance any archaeologically significant rock so precisely is remarkable," Rob Ixer ofLeicester University said. ...

Scientists Pinpoint Source Of Stonehenge's Inner Stones - NPR As the BBC reports, Robert Ixer of the University of Leicester and Richard Bevins of the National Museum of Wales pinpointed the source to within 230 feet ...

British scientists unravel riddle about Stonehenge rocks - Daily News & Analysis Geologists Robert Ixer from the University of Leicester and Richard Bevins of the National Museum of Wales suggest the stones came from Craig Rhos-y-Felin, ..

Geologists Find Source of Stonehenge's Inner Stones - Wired News Robert Ixer of the University of Leicester and Richard Bevins of the National Museum of Wales painstakingly identified samples from various rock outcrops in ...

18 December 2011 

Scientists discover source of rock used in Stonehenge's first circle - The Independent The Leicester University and National Museum of Wales scientists' discovery ... The detective work, that the University of Leicester and the National Museum ...

Scientists Pinpoint Location Of Stonehedge Rock Quarry - The Inquisitr Geologists Robert Ixer of the University of Leicester and Richard Bevins of the National Museum of Wales discovered the rock formations original location by ...

Discovering Autism: Homing in on the right label - Bellingham Herald "That would seem to imply the incidence has not changed very much," said Dr. Terry Brugha, a professor of psychiatry at the University of Leicester who led ...

Discovering Autism: Homing in on the right label - Sacramento Bee "That would seem to imply the incidence has not changed very much," said Dr. Terry Brugha, a professor of psychiatry at the University of Leicester who led ...

Low-Density Lipoprotein Treatment Breakthrough - South Asia Mail The research by Prof John Schwabe, Dr Ben Goult and Dr Louise Fairall at the University of Leicestertogether with the University of California Los Angeles ...

17 December 2011 

Costing the dream: Struq - Financial Times A law degree from Leicester University had initially led him to a position in the legal department of Espotting Media, the pay-per-click advertising pioneer ...

Shree Sanatan Mandir donates £1001 to hospital appeal - Asian Image By Asian Image reporter » A cheque for £1001 has been presented to the University of Leicester in support of an appeal for a state-of-the-art heart research ...

University of Leicester Scoops Industry Award for Keysource Data ... - Industry Today University of Leicester has scooped a national industry award for its highly efficient data centre that was designed, built and continues to be managed by ...

Industry leaders recognized at awards - DatacenterDynamics The Leadership in the Public Sector Award, sponsored by Rittal was awarded to Leicester University, partnered by Keysource, for its high performance ...

16 December 2011 

Researchers reveal formula for success in increasing smoke alarm use - PhysOrg.com The study involved a collaborative research team from the Department of Health Sciences at The University of Leicester, the Centre for Health Economics at ...

Researchers reveal formula for success in increasing smoke alarm use - Medical Xpress The study involved a collaborative research team from the Department of Health Sciences at TheUniversity of Leicester, the Centre for Health Economics at ...

Researchers reveal formula for success in increasing smoke alarm use - PressZoom The study involved a collaborative research team from the Department of Health Sciences at TheUniversity of Leicester, the Centre for Health Economics at ...

Report Finds 1 in 50 Babies Has Birth Defect - MedIndia Professor Elizabeth Draper from the University of Leicester who is Chair of BINOCAR commented: "This report is important, not least because it highlights ...

Report finds one in 50 babies has birth defect and highlights ... - Loughborough News Professor Elizabeth Draper from the University of Leicester who is Chair of BINOCAR commented: “This report is important, not least because it highlights ...

Presentations made at Falconry Forum Al Ain - WAM - Emirates News Agency Developing a sustainable trade of Mongolian Saker Falcons submitted byChoikhand Janchivlamdan Department of Geography, University of Leicester, UK. ...

University of Leicester hosts workshop on nation building in ... - Loughborough News The University of Leicester hosted a major international workshop in December examining how Afghan universities can contribute to peace and nation building ...

Heartfelt donation to appeal for local hospital - Loughborough News A cheque for £1001 has been presented to the University of Leicester in support of an appeal for a state-of-the-art heart research centre at Glenfield ...

The IMI can prove ROI from training - AM-online The IMI commissioned four independent studies carried out by the University of Leicester, assessing the impact of their skills accreditation programme. ...

DatacenterDynamics Datacentre Leaders Awards Winners Announced At ... - DigitalJournal.com The Leadership in the Public Sector Award, sponsored by Rittal was awarded to Leicester University, partnered by Keysource, for its high performance ...

DatacenterDynamics Datacentre Leaders Awards Winners Announced At ... - Benzinga The Leadership in the Public Sector Award, sponsored by Rittal was awarded to Leicester University, partnered by Keysource, for its high performance ...

DatacenterDynamics Datacentre Leaders Awards Winners Announced At ... - PR Web The Leadership in the Public Sector Award, sponsored by Rittal was awarded to Leicester University, partnered by Keysource, for its high performance ...

Autism hidden in plain sight - Los Angeles Times  “That would seem to imply the incidence has not changed very much,” said Dr. Terry Brugha, a professor of psychiatry at the University of Leicester who led ...

15 December 2011 

National Space Academy helps teachers champion aerospace - BBC News The National Space Academy will be supported by scientists from the University of Leicester, the University of Nottingham and the STFC Rutherford Appleton ...

IMI - 32% of small busineses in the motor industry did NO staff ... - Auto Body Professionals Club The IMI commissioned four independent studies carried out by the University of Leicester, assessing the impact of their skills accreditation programme. ...

IMI CALLS ON MOTOR INDUSTRY TO INVEST ITS WAY TO A PROFITABLE FUTURE - 3D Car Shows The IMI commissioned four independent studies carried out by the University of Leicester, assessing the impact of their skills accreditation programme. ...

Staffordshire University Men's rugby 1sts reach cup quarter-final - StaffsLive ... win for their second cup victory of the season and will now play either Oxford Brookes 3rds orUniversity of Leicester 3rds in the quarter-finals.

Lukwesa Burak - News On News She was then awarded a European Union scholarship to complete a Master of Science degree fromLeicester University. A year studying in Switzerland as part ...

Gateley LLP | Law firm brings festive cheer to Leicester ... - Linex Legal Joining the Gateley team and to add some Christmas cheer to the festivities were students fromLeicester University and a dog from the Pets as Therapy ...

Borneo tough for red-haired vegans - Science News ... resources that fluctuate so extremely, says Mark E. Harrison of the University of Leicester in England, who also has studied orangutan feeding ecology. 

14 December 2011 

Reading the Riots conference – live blog - The Guardian (blog) ... Manchester Dr Farida Vis, lecturer in media and communication, University of Leicester 2.35pm Research findings: What role did gangs play in the riots? ...

Solving a supernova mystery - EurekAlert... as was data from the UK Swift Science Data Centre at the University of Leicester. The Carnegie Institution for Science (carnegiescience.edu) is a ...

Report finds 1 in 50 babies has birth defect and highlights ... - Medical Xpress Professor Elizabeth Draper from the University of Leicester who is Chair of BINOCAR commented: "This report is important, not least because it highlights ...

Report finds 1 in 50 babies has birth defect and highlights ... - PhysOrg.com Professor Elizabeth Draper from the University of Leicester who is Chair of BINOCAR commented: "This report is important, not least because it highlights ...

Report finds one in 50 babies has birth defect and highlights ... - HealthCanal.com Professor Elizabeth Draper from the University of Leicester who is Chair of BINOCAR commented: “This report is important, not least because it highlights ...

13 December 2011 

Warming World Abets a Fish Parasite, Study Suggests - New York Times (blog)  For Dr. Barber, who heads the biology department at the University of Leicester, “the main interest is in understanding how the parasite exploits its fish ...

Report finds 1 in 50 babies has birth defect and highlights ... - EurekAlert Professor Elizabeth Draper from the University of Leicester who is Chair of BINOCAR commented: "This report is important, not least because it highlights ...

This Week in PNAS - BioArray News Leicester University's Massimiliano Agostini and his colleagues show that in mice, "overexpression of miR-34a alters hippocampal spinal morphology, ...

All salt of the earth - Bizcommunity.com According to Andrew Tobin, professor of cell biology at the University of Leicester: "If we stop these proteins kinases from working, then we kill the ...

12 December 2011 

Migrant boom over last 14 years 'was driven by open borders and ... - Daily Mail ... for Economic Co-operation and Development and the University of Leicester was based on the findings of large-scale official surveys of immigration. ...

Warming World Abets a Fish Parasite, Study Suggests - New York Times For Dr. Barber, who heads the biology department at the University of Leicester, “the main interest is in understanding how the parasite exploits its fish ...

Universities risk aggressive marketing - The Guardian Richard Taylor, director of corporate affairs at the University of Leicester, says it is hardly surprising that universities are beginning to change the way ...

A TEESSIDE astrophysicist has won a national award - and £70000 of ... - Gazette Live ... in Eaglescliffe, and then Egglescliffe School, Andrew studied physics and astrophysics at the University of Leicester. He completed a Masters degree and ...

Low-Density Lipoprotein Treatment Breakthrough - Medical News Today The research by Prof John Schwabe, Dr Ben Goult and Dr Louise Fairall at the University of Leicestertogether with the University of California Los Angeles ...

11 December 2011 

HEALTH BITES: All salt of the earth - Times LIVE According to Andrew Tobin, professor of cell biology at the University of Leicester: "If we stop these proteins kinases from working, then we kill the ...

Drugs to Handle 'Bad' Cholesterol on the Verge of Realization - MedIndia Scientists from the University of Leicester and the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) have filed two patents for developing targeted drugs that ...

10 December 2011 

New Advance Announced In Reducing 'bad' Cholesterol - South Asia Mail Scientists from the University of Leicester and the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) have announced a major advance towards developing drugs to ...

Researchers Find Breakthrough in Developing Drug to Control Bad ... - International Business Times Researchers from University of Leicester and the University of California, Los Angeles, have announced a ...

Global warming changes balance between parasite and host in fish ... - Science Codex The study from the University of Leicester revealed that global warming had the ... The researchers from the University of Leicester's Department of Biology ...

China Times: Boosting happiness is government's responsibility - eTaiwan News The first-ever "world map of happiness," published in 2006 by the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom, ranked the people of Taiwan and Hong Kong ...

China Times: Boosting happiness is government's responsibility - Focus Taiwan News Channel The first-ever "world map of happiness," published in 2006 by the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom, ranked the people of Taiwan and Hong Kong ...

9 December 2011 

Brookhaven Lab Physicists Graham Smith and Craig Woody Named IEEE ... - R & D Magazine Beginning in 1973, he was a research associate at the University of Leicester, England, before joining Brookhaven Lab in 1982 as an associate physicist in ...

Brookhaven Lab Physicists Graham Smith and Craig Woody Named IEEE ... - ECNmag.com Beginning in 1973, he was a research associate at the University of Leicester, England, before joining Brookhaven Lab in 1982 as an associate physicist in ...

Employability boot camp enlists Jedi Jim - Loughborough News The University of Leicester has invited Jim 'Jedi Jim' Eastwood from BBC 1's The Apprentice to give final year students a masterclass in personal impact ...

The Nature of Nurture - Loughborough News Our parents have a huge impact on how we grow up, but at his professorial inaugural lecture aUniversity of Leicester psychologist will examine how we ...

University of Leicester study fundamentally alters our ... - Loughborough News The researchers, led by a team at the University of Leicester, put forward a theory for the first time based on research evidence that new air sacs, ...

University finds new understanding of lung growth - Mediplacements A ground-breaking study at the University of Leicester into how lungs develop has challenged traditional medical understanding that the lungs are fully ...

Putting fun into fund raising - Loughborough News Staff and students from the University of Leicester donned Santa costumes to take part in the Loughborough Santa Fun Run to benefit the University of ...

Social media not to blame for inciting rioters - Loughborough News A multidisciplinary team involving researchers from the University of Leicester in a JISC funded study found that instead, Twitter was a force for good, ...

A personal art collection begins here - Loughborough News Embrace Arts, the University of Leicester's Arts Centre, can now help art lovers to buy works of art and crafts on display in the Embrace Arts gallery, ...

Balances Tilt in Favor of Parasitic Worms That Infect Fish - FishChannel.com Photo courtesy Dr Iain Barber/University of Leicester. Parasitic worms that infect fish, and can have a devastating effect on their reproduction, ...

New advance announced in reducing bad cholesterol - Loughborough News Scientists from the University of Leicester and University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) have announced a breakthrough advance in tackling dangerous ...

Drugs to tackle 'bad' cholesterol come closer to reality - BioScholar News Scientists from the University of Leicester and the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) have filed two patents for developing targeted drugs that ...

Scientists move closer to targeted cholesterol drugs - Netdoctor Professor John Schwabe, head of biochemistry at the University of Leicester, said: 'Development of a drug that interferes with IDOL's activity could help ...

Drugs to tackle 'bad' cholesterol come closer to reality - Newstrack India Scientists from the University of Leicester and the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) have filed two patents for developing targeted drugs that ...

Drugs to tackle 'bad' cholesterol - Zee News Scientists from the University of Leicester and the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) have filed two patents for developing targeted drugs that ...

New finding could lead to more effective cholesterol drugs - Private MD Investigators from the University of California, Los Angeles, and the University of Leicester reported in the journal Genes and Development and Proceedings ... 

8 December 2011 

Breakthrough advance in tackling dangerous 'bad' cholesterol in ... - News-Medical.net Scientists from the University of Leicester and University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) have announced a breakthrough advance in tackling dangerous ...

Breakthrough in Search for 'Bad' Cholesterol Drug - Medical Daily Our research has greatly enhanced our understanding of this important process," said Dr. John Schwabe, Head of Biochemistry at the University of Leicester. ...

New advance announced in reducing 'bad' cholesterol - Science Codex Scientists from the University of Leicester and University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) have announced a breakthrough advance in tackling dangerous ...

New advance announced in reducing 'bad' cholesterol - Medical Xpress Credit: University of Leicester Scientists from the University of Leicester and University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) have announced a breakthrough ...

New advance announced in reducing 'bad' cholesterol - PhysOrg.com Credit: University of Leicester Scientists from the University of Leicester and University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) have announced a breakthrough ...

New advance announced in reducing 'bad' cholesterol - HealthCanal.com Scientists from the University of Leicester and the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) have announced a major advance towards developing drugs to ...

New Advance Announced in Reducing -Bad- Cholesteroll - HealthNewsDigest.com By Staff Editor (HealthNewsDigest.com) - Scientists from the University of Leicester and University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) have announced a ...

New advance announced in reducing 'bad' cholesterol - EurekAlert Scientists from the University of Leicester and the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) have announced a major advance towards developing drugs to ...

Your Lungs Keep Growing Well After Childhood - dailyRx A new study by the University of Leicester shows that this may not be the case. Researchers studied 100 healthy individuals, whose age ranged from seven to ...

Social media 'not to blame' for inciting rioters - HealthCanal.com ... from the University of Leicester in a JISC funded study found that instead, ... Dr Farida Vis fromLeicester University led on the development of coding ...

Social media 'not to blame' for inciting rioters - Bioscience Technology For more information visitwww.analysingsocialmedia.org Dr Farida Vis from Leicester University led on the development of coding frames used to analyse the ...

Social media 'not to blame' for inciting rioters - University of Manchester For more information visitwww.analysingsocialmedia.org Dr Farida Vis from Leicester University led on the development of coding frames used to analyse the ...

University researchers launch groundbreaking new study into ... - HealthCanal.com Researchers from the University of Leicester have launched a new study into vision ... The team from the University of Leicester's School of Psychology is ...

Common Sense Approach to Drug Use In Sport - University of Ulster Online The retired Director of the Centre for Research into Sport and Society at Leicester University says this is an appropriate time to reconsider some key ...

7 December 2011 

How Twitter was used to spread – and knock down – rumours during ... - The Guardian ... a story that is in the end not verified, but goes unchallenged," said Dr Farida Vis, lecturer in media and communication at the University of Leicester. ...

New World Leading Center of Excellence in Vibrometry to be Established at University of Leicester - Polytec

Lung Growth - Groundbreaking Discovery Challenges Medical Textbooks - Medical News Today One of the study leaders, Dr. Manjith Narayanan from the University of Leicester, declared: "It was believed that there was no further increase in the ...

Study Challenges Existing Medical Understanding of How Lungs Form - news Stories Researchers, led by a team at the University of Leicester, have put forward a theory based on research evidence that new alveoli are constantly being formed ...

Women set the tone on social media (v. eexxcciiittting!) - USA Today ... lecturer in the Department of English at the University of Leicester and author of a new book, Stories and Social Media: Identities and Interaction. ...

Women better at putting the 'social' in social media - USA Today or emoticons (:-) ), according to a new study lead by Ruth Page, PhD, of the University of Leicesterin the UK "In general, a young woman's social media ...

Imbalance Between Fish and Their Parasites Due to Global Warming - MedIndia C.Muppala on December 07, 2011 at 8:59 PM Environmental Health According to researchers from theUniversity of Leicester, global warming had the potential ...

Angry students start petition over changes to graduations - Leicester Mercury ... international relations, said: "Curve is a fantastic venue in the city centre, whereas De Montfort Hall is practically on Leicester University's campus. ...

6 December 2011 

Leicester set to fly high in India's first-ever national astronomy ... - Space Daily On 5th December 2011, the University of Leicester will host an event to celebrate the ... The University of Leicester has invested a significant amount of ...

New study fundamentally alters our understanding of lung growth - Medical Xpress Credit: University of Leicester A ground-breaking international study into the ways lungs ... The researchers, led by a team at the University of Leicester, ...

Thomas J. Kent, Jr., Chairman and CEO of Kent Global, LLC, Forms a ... - Sacramento Bee Mr. Kent holds degrees from Wilberforce University and the University of Leicester. Bull and Bear is a boutique investment banking firm based in Chicago. ...

Thomas J. Kent, Jr., Chairman and CEO of Kent Global, LLC, Forms a ... - NEWS.GNOM.ES Mr. Kent holds degrees from Wilberforce University and the University of Leicester. Bull and Bear is a boutique investment banking firm based in Chicago. ...

Thomas J. Kent, Jr., Chairman and CEO of Kent Global, LLC, Forms a ... - MarketWatch Mr. Kent holds degrees from Wilberforce University and the University of Leicester. Bull and Bear is a boutique investment banking firm based in Chicago. ...

Parasites outpace fish as temperatures go up - Cordis News Researchers from the Department of Biology at the University of Leicester also found the infected fish behaved differently, probably a result of how the ...

Global Warming Could Increase Fish Parasites - TheFishSite.com - 6 Dec 2011

Research from the University of Leicester shows that global warming could have serious implications for fish populations. As parasites grow faster in higher ...

5 December 2011 

Why illuminating Stonehenge is an unenlightened idea - The Guardian It needs, as Clive Ruggles, professor of archaeoastronomy at the University of Leicester explained patiently on the Today programme, an effort to "restore ...

Global warming triggers imbalance between fish and their parasites - BioScholar News According to researchers from the University of Leicester, global warming had the potential to change the balance between parasite and host, ...

Global warming benefits parasites, disadvantages fish: study - FIS Scientists from the University of Leicester's Department of Biology have found that higher water temperatures allow parasitic worms that infect fish to grow ...

Warming climate supercharging parasite lifecycle - Science a Gogo ... host fish in ways that benefit the parasites by maximizing their growth rates," explained study author Dr Iain Barber, of the University of Leicester. ..

Malaria Parasite's Blood Lifeline Discovered In Study - ThirdAge Andrew Tobin of the University of Leicester said that the search for a novel approach against the parasite's development was crucial to building new ways to ...

Predictors of Gestational Diabetes Persistence Require Follow-Up - Medscape ... are of questionable value, warn Kim John Ly, a medical student at the University of LeicesterHospitals NHS Trust in the United Kingdom, and colleagues. ...

This Week in PLoS - BioInform Global Phospho-Proteomic Analysis With Kinome-Wide Reverse Genetics in P. falciparum Over in Nature Communications, the University of Leicester's Lev ...

Advent Calendar Promotes Sensible Drinking - AboutMyArea ... Leicestershire and Rutland Probation Service, Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service, theUniversity of Leicester and Students' Union, ...

Taylor warns of continuing decrease in public funds for museums - Museums Association Addressing museum studies students at Leicester University last week, Museums Association director Mark Taylor warned that the future museum landscape would ...

NSV 11749 - born again and grown old - PhysOrg.com Credit: University of Leicester In 1996, a Japanese amateur astronomer discovered a new star in the constellation Sagittarius. Dubbed V4334 Sgr, astronomers ...

Alert after campus sex attack - Leicester Mercury Police have issued a security alert after a woman was sexually assaulted on the University of Leicester campus. The woman, who works at the university, ...

4 December 2011 

Mars Mission Hoping To Satisfy Curiosity - Space Daily by Staff Writers The University of Leicester is to play a key role in NASA's $2.5 billion mission to Mars. Dr. John Bridges of the University's Space ...

Advent calendar promotes responsible drinking - Melton Today ... Leicestershire and Rutland Probation Service, Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service, theUniversity of Leicester and Students' Union, ...

3 December 2011 

Wallingford's archaeological dig at mid-point - BBC News The Burh to Borough project was started by professionals at the University of Leicester. They enlisted the help of The Wallingford and Archaeological ...

Student's parking fine fury - Leicester Mercury Sarah Criddle, who is studying geography at the University of Leicester and lives in the city's West End, parked her car in Lancaster Road close to the ...

2 December 2011 

Government goes cold on fuel poverty - The Guardian ... UK Dave Prentis General secretary, Unison Professor Cosmo Graham Director Centre for consumers and essential services, University of Leicester.

NSV 11749 – Born Again and Grown Old - Universe Today ... H. Bond (STScI) and M. Barstow (University of Leicester) In 1996, a Japanese amateur astronomer discovered a new star in the constellation Sagittarius. ...

This Week in Science - Proteo Monitor Global Phospho-Proteomic Analysis With Kinome-Wide Reverse Genetics in P. falciparum Over in Nature Communications, the University of Leicester's Lev ...

Why is the crime rate falling in Leicestershire? - Leicester Mercury University of Leicester criminologist Dr James Treadwell is not so sure that is the case. Instead, he believes improved home and car security – even the ...

1 December 2011 

Final farewell to Ryedale CJD victim Holly Mills - Gazette & Herald In 2003 she gained a place at Leicester University to study midwifery but was not able to fulfil it. The family said: "We hope that Holly will be remembered ...

 

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