University of Leicester in the Media - October 2011

Summary of the University of Leicester's media coverage for October 2011, with links to news articles available online

You can access details of previous months' media as well as press coverage here .

Broadcast news

Dr Alex Korb of the Stanley Burton Centre for Holocaust and Genocide Studies was interviewed by Central News on 24 October on the subject of Holocaust Awareness Week, held at the University.

31 October 2011 

Open days put universities under the microscope - The Guardian Leicester University saw a 13% rise in numbers from the previous year, with more than 4500 visitors during one weekend in June. Jonathan Tinnacher, its head ...

The Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills (Vince Cable) - Hansard

Open days put universities under the microscope - EducationGuardian.co.uk Leicester University saw a 13% rise in numbers from the previous year, with more than 4500 visitors during one weekend in June. Jonathan Tinnacher, its head ...

Fund 'will bring £25m and 2000 jobs' to Leicestershire - BBC News The University of Leicester has received more than £1m. Andrew Bacon, of the Leicester and Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership (LLEP), said the schemes ...

Are Black Holes Planet Smashers? - Ray Sanders for Universe Today These clouds have been an unsolved puzzle, but last week a scientist at the University of Leicester proposed a new theory to explain the origins of these ...

Planets sacrifice themselves to protect us from supermassive black ... - io9 According to a research team from the University of Leicester, these mysterious clouds might well be formed by the high speed collisions of planets and ...

Planets smashed into dust near supermassive black holes - Astronomy Magazine Sergei Nayakshin from the University of Leicester, England, points out that this harsh environment — radiation and frequent collisions — would make the ...

Dusty Cloaks Around Huge Black Holes Could Be Smashed Planets - Space.com ... black holes sterile, even before they are destroyed, said the study's lead author Sergei Nayakshin, of the University of Leicester in England. ...

Planets Smashed into Dust Near Black Holes - Space Ref  The scientists, led by Dr. Sergei Nayakshin of the University of Leicester, publish their results in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical ...

Planets smashed into dust near supermassive black holes - Space Daily The scientists, led by Dr. Sergei Nayakshin of the University of Leicester, publish their results in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical ...

Half of supermassive black holes are surrounded by 'dust clouds' - ZME Science Dr. Sergei Nayakshin of the University of Leicester and his team found that doughnut-shaped dust shrouds that cover about half of supermassive black holes ...

Melton ladies stand firm to earn Charnwood victory - Melton Today Melton face a tough proposition at Leicester University on Saturday. Melton: M. Roskell, H. Dearson, D. Johnson, D. Grant, R. Streater, C. Mills, B. Pawley, ...

Simon Soh appointed as General Manager at Centara Hotel Manila - ITCM Simon Soh, a Singaporean national has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from theUniversity of Leicester, United Kingdom. ...

Regional Director – Leadership Development - Third Sector ... a strong emphasis on partnership working with schools and the Regional Training Providers (University of Nottingham and the University of Leicester), ...

Simon Soh appointed General Manager for Centara Hotel Manila - eTravelBlackboard Asia Edition Simon Soh, a Singaporean national has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from the University of Leicester, United Kingdom. ... 

Handel and Haydn Society Presents A Bach Christmas 12/15, 12/18 - Broadway World In October 2008, Christophers was awarded an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Music from the University of Leicester. Most recently, he was elected an Honorary ...

30 October 2011 

Source of dust around black holes eyed - Tehran Times Researchers at the University of Leicester have developed a theory of the dust's origin they say is inspired by our solar system, where so-called zodiacal ... 

Supermassive black holes found in most galaxies - TruthDive Now scientists, led by Dr Sergei Nayakshin of Leicester University, believe that the dust is formed of the remnants of broken worlds. ... 

Planets Smashed Into Dust Near SuperMassive Black Holes - Astrobiology Magazine The scientists, led by Dr. Sergei Nayakshin of the University of Leicester, publish their results in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical ...

Simon Soh appointed GM for Centara Hotel Manila - Breaking Travel News Simon Soh, a Singaporean national, has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from the University of Leicester, United Kingdom. ...

Forget Stone Roses..... Mango Groovy are back! - Hucknall Today Guitarist John (43) now lives in Ravenshead, while Phil (43) is a professor of English at Leicester University. They have recruited Leicester-based musician ...

29 October 2011 

Black holes surrounded by 'dust clouds' of smashed-up planets - Daily News & Analysis The scientists, led by Dr Sergei Nayakshin of the University of Leicester, publish their results in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical ... 

Black holes surrounded by 'dust clouds' of smashed-up planets - Newstrack India The scientists, led by Dr. Sergei Nayakshin of the University of Leicester, publish their results in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical ...

Black holes surrounded by 'dust clouds' of smashed-up planets - TruthDive The scientists, led by Dr. Sergei Nayakshin of the University of Leicester, publish their results in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical ...

Black holes surrounded by `dust clouds` - Zee News The scientists, led by Dr. Sergei Nayakshin of the University of Leicester, publish their results in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical ...

Source of dust around black holes eyed - Dalje.com Researchers at the University of Leicester have developed a theory of the dust's origin they say is inspired by our solar system, where so-called zodiacal ...

Developer defends scheme for student flats - Leicester Mercury Julian Levy, director of Launch Padz, wants to build three blocks of flats in Brookland Road, off Welford Road, to house 215 University of Leicester ...

28 October 2011 

Black holes are surrounded by a 'dust cloud' of smashed-up worlds ... - Daily Mail Now scientists, led by Dr Sergei Nayakshin of Leicester University, believe that the dust is formed of the remnants of broken worlds. ...

Source of dust around black holes eyed - Middle East North Africa Financial Network Researchers at the University of Leicester have developed a theory of the dust's origin they say is inspired by our solar system, where so-called zodiacal ...

Source of dust around black holes eyed - UPI.com Researchers at the University of Leicester have developed a theory of the dust's origin they say is inspired by our solar system, where so-called zodiacal ... 

V838 Monocerotis study shows planets smashed into dust near ... - Science Codex The scientists, led by Dr. Sergei Nayakshin of the University of Leicester, publish their results in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical ... 

Planets smashed into dust near supermassive black holes - Eureka! Science News The scientists, led by Dr. Sergei Nayakshin of the University of Leicester, are publishing their results in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal ...

Supermassive Black Holes Smash Planets To Dust - RedOrbit The scientists, led by Dr. Sergei Nayakshin of the University of Leicester, publish their results in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical ...

Diabetes screening overhaul could cut GP workload - Tom Moberly for GP Online Professor Kamlesh Khunti, professor of primary care diabetes at the University of Leicester and a GP in the city, is leading a study to assess the ... 

Planets smashed into dust near supermassive black holes - EurekAlert The scientists, led by Dr. Sergei Nayakshin of the University of Leicester, publish their results in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical ...

Planets smashed into dust near supermassive black holes - PhysOrg.com The scientists, led by Dr. Sergei Nayakshin of the University of Leicester, publish their results in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical ...

Gold in them hills - Tom Marshall for PhysOrg.com Nyree Hill, a PhD student in geology at the University of Leicester, is working with Scotgold Resources, the company behind the mining plans, to try to find ...

Planets Smashed Into Dust Near Supermassive Black Holes - Science Daily The scientists, led by Dr. Sergei Nayakshin of the University of Leicester, are publishing their results in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal ...

Quality clinical education why it really matters - Loughborough News A University of Leicester psychiatrist nominated for a prestigious teaching award is to lecture on how quality medical education brings real-world benefits ...

Undergraduates take on future climate challenges - Loughborough News University of Leicester students have made it into the final of the npower ... Owen Littlejohns, an Undergraduate from the University of Leicester said "We ...

Vikings and villains - Loughborough News Dr Turi King, a member of the University of Leicester Department of Genetics and the School of Historical Studies, will discuss her research on the link ...

Company develops revolutionary new crime detection products with ... - Loughborough News “The collaboration with the University of Leicester has made a huge ... The collaboration between VDT and the University of Leicester is one which has been ...

Planets smashed into dust near supermassive black holes - Loughborough News The scientists, led by Dr. Sergei Nayakshin of the University of Leicester, publish their results in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical ...

Vikings and villains - 24dash Dr Turi King, a member of the University of Leicester Department of Genetics and the School of Historical Studies, will discuss her research on the link ... 

Hamilton rewards its stars of 2011 - Melton Today ... team which is much too strong for Group Five and are already almost promotion certainties. l The ladies' third team lost 6-2 to Leicester University. ... 

Undergraduates take on future climate challenges - 24dash University of Leicester students have made it into the final of the npower ... Owen Littlejohns, an Undergraduate from the University of Leicester said "We ...

Planets smashed into dust near supermassive black holes - 24dash The scientists, led by Dr. Sergei Nayakshin of the University of Leicester, publish their results in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical ...

Planets smashed to smithereens near supermassive black holes - Emma Woollacott for TG Daily ... in this way blocks much of the harmful radiation from reaching the rest of the host galaxy,” says Dr Sergei Nayakshin of the University of Leicester. ...

Alarming growth at Blidworth firm - Mansfield Chad ... with the University of Leicester during the development of WebEye CMS. ... director of innovation partnerships at Leicester University, said: “VDT ...

Seeking the e-health elixir - Beverley Head for iTWire The youngest medical student of the year at the University of Leicester, Haikerwal immediately plunged into the political fray, becoming the president of ...

27 October 2011

 Novel Research Seeks to Locate Scotland's Next Gold Mine ... - Science Daily Now the University of Leicester is involved in the search for the next ... University of Leicester PhD student, Nyree Hill, explained: "The problem is that ...

Simon Soh appointed General Manager for Centara Hotel Manila - Forimmediaterelease.net Simon Soh, a Singaporean national, has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from theUniversity of Leicester, United Kingdom. ...

Centara Hotels and Resorts names new GM for Manila property - eTurboNews Simon Soh, a Singaporean national, has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from theUniversity of Leicester, United Kingdom. 

Anglo-Greek Symposium on Banking and Finance at Leicester University - Greek Reporter The University of Leicester is working with a Greek University to focus attention on banking and finance issues.The Efficiency and Productivity Research ...

Leicester's Special Olympics 'worth £2.8m to economy' - BBC News The University of Leicester and De Montfort University carried out the research to show the impact of the games on the city. But the study also claims the ...

VDT and University of Leicester experts realise "revolutionary ... - Brian Sims for Info4Security Mansfield-based Video Domain Technologies (VDT) Direct Limited has been working with experts at the University of Leicester during the ... 

Gold in them hills - Tom Marshall for Planet Earth Nyree Hill, a PhD student in geology at the University of Leicester, is working with Scotgold Resources, the company behind the mining plans, to try to find ... 

Kasabian left 'buzzing' after Radio1's 'intimate' gig in Leicester - Leicester Mercury Ahead of a sell-out gig at the O2 Academy last night, the lads played a live morning acoustic session at the University of Leicester. Staged by Radio 1, ... 

African Governments Urged to Protect Small Farmers (AfDB) - AllAfrica.com In a presentation on "Household credit, Consumption and Asset Growth in Urban Ethiopia", Abbi Kedir from the University of Leicester, UK, ... 

University of Leicester hosts Anglo-Greek symposium on banking and ... - Loughborough News The University of Leicester is working with a Greek University to focus attention on banking and finance issues. The Efficiency and Productivity Research ...

Novel research seeks to locate Scotlands next gold mine - Loughborough News Now the University of Leicester is involved in the search for the next ... University of Leicester PhD student, Nyree Hill, explained: “The problem is that ...

Study Identifies Genetic Basis of Human Metabolic Individuality - Insciences Organisation ... and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität; Nilesh J. Samani of University of Leicester and Leicester NIHR Biomedical Research Unit in Cardiovascular Disease, ... 

Novel research seeks to locate Scotland's next gold mine - 24dash Now the University of Leicester is involved in the search for the next ... University of Leicester PhD student, Nyree Hill, explained: “The problem is that ... 

IMF Raises Red Flag On Cyprus' Economy, Hurt By Greece - Andy Dabilis for Eurasia Review University of Leicester Financial Economics Professor Panicos Demetriades told SETimes the government's deficit reduction plan is credible, but should be ... 

University bids are down - Leicester Mercury University of Leicester bosses confirmed 5145 applications had been received ... The University of Leicester has confirmed it will charge the top amount of ... 

Study Identifies Genetic Basis of Human Metabolic Individuality - Newswise... and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität; Nilesh J. Samani of University of Leicester and Leicester NIHR Biomedical Research Unit in Cardiovascular Disease, ... 

Research May Lead to Highly Targeted, Individualized Therapies - Newswise... and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität; Nilesh J. Samani of University of Leicester and Leicester NIHR Biomedical Research Unit in Cardiovascular Disease, ... 

26 October 2011 

Study Identifies Genetic Basis of Human Metabolic Individuality - Media Newswire... and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität; Nilesh J. Samani of University of Leicester and Leicester NIHR Biomedical Research Unit in Cardiovascular Disease, ... 

Study identifies genetic basis of human metabolic individuality - EurekAlert... and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität; Nilesh J. Samani of University of Leicester and Leicester NIHR Biomedical Research Unit in Cardiovascular Disease, ... 

Study Identifies Genetic Basis of Human Metabolic Individuality - HealthCanal.com ... and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität; Nilesh J. Samani of University of Leicester and Leicester NIHR Biomedical Research Unit in Cardiovascular Disease, ...

IMF raises red flag on Cyprus' economy - Andy Dabilis for Southeast European Times University of Leicester Financial Economics Professor Panicos Demetriades told SETimes the government's deficit reduction plan is credible, but should be ...

Kasabian in homecoming gig - Leicester Mercury The band's homecoming gig will take place at the O2 Academy, at the University of Leicester, tonight. The gig is part of BBC Radio 1's Student Tour , which ... 

Energy, Environment Climate Change Irreconcilable Conflict or ... - Loughborough News Sir Peter Williams, former Chancellor of the University of Leicester, is to be the speaker at the next meeting of the Haldane Society on Friday 11th ...

University of Leicester commissions consultants to preserve one of ... - Loughborough News A major project to preserve and enhance one of Britain's most iconic buildings has been announced today (Tuesday October 25) by the University of Leicester. ...

Feel the Breeze award-winning poet in performance and conversation - Loughborough News In January of this year Jean Binta Breeze was appointed the University of Leicester's first ever Honorary Creative Writing Fellow by our School of English ...

Editor-in-Chief: Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman - The News International ... in International Security and Nuclear Non-proliferation from the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Leicester, UK. ...

Scholar completes PhD under HEC programme - Pakistan Daily Times ... in International Security and Nuclear Non-proliferation from the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Leicester, UK. ...

 25 October 2011 

'Job Seekers' Hand Booklet' Published - Middle East North Africa Financial Network ... Belford in the USA and his Masters Degree (MBA) and post-graduate diploma in Banking and Financial Services from the University of Leicester in the UK. ... 

A Qatari researcher has discovered a new solar system - Zawya (subscription) The international team members are from Harvard University, St. Andrews University, and Leicester University. Earlier last year, the same survey team made ... 

VIDEO: Landmark building to get facelift - BBC News The Stirling-Gowan Engineering Building at the University of Leicester's Victoria Park, described by its owners as "one of the most famous buildings in ...

Leicester's Stirling-Gowan Engineering Building to get facelift - BBC News The Stirling-Gowan Engineering Building at the University of Leicester's Victoria Park, described by its owners as "one of the most famous buildings in ...

University of Leicester commissions consultants to preserve one of ... - 24dash A major project to preserve and enhance one of Britain's most iconic buildings has been announced today (Tuesday October 25) by the University of Leicester. ...

Energy, Environment & Climate Change –Irreconcilable Conflict or ... - 24dash Sir Peter Williams, former Chancellor of the University of Leicester, is to be the speaker at the next meeting of the Haldane Society on Friday 11th ...

Art by Alison on display - Lutterworth Today Alison Barwick is displaying Free View at the University of Leicester's Harold Martin Botanical Gardens in Oadby. Alison, of Nithsdale Avenue, ... 

Art by Alison on display - Harborough Mail Alison Barwick is displaying Free View at the University of Leicester's Harold Martin Botanical Gardens in Oadby. Alison, of Nithsdale Avenue, ...

24 October 2011 

Fossil Came From Big, Toothy Flyer - Daisy Yuhas for Audubon Magazine The scientists, from the University of Portsmouth and the University of Leicester, identified the fossil's source as a pterosaur (specifically ... 

AHRC Fellow to look into disposal by sale - Patrick Steel for Museums Association Janet Ulph, a professor of commercial law at the University of Leicester, has been appointed Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Fellow at the ...

Youth interested in studying abroad - The News International ... University of Leicester, Cambridge Education Group, Navitas, Bradford College University Centre, South Thames College, Holborn College and many more. ...

23 October 2011

 University Of Leicester's Fourth Annual Literary Leicester Festival - Booktrade.info The University of Leicester's fourth annual Literary Leicester festival takes place from 9-12 November, presenting a glittering list of writers and poets ...

Viking buried with axe, sword and spear found with fully intact ... - Science Daily Dr Oliver Harris, project co-director from the University of Leicester's School of Archaeology and Ancient History, said: "This project examines social ...

Kenya: Flower cash crops reap hunger, destruction - Tony Iltris for Green Left Weekly University of Leicester environmentalist David Harper told the March 28, 2006, British Times: “Almost everybody in Europe who has eaten Kenyan beans or ...

Businesses urged to join internship scheme - Harborough Mail The initiative is being project-managed by the University of Leicester. Richard Mendez, work-related learning manager at the University of Leicester, ...

22 October 2011 

UK Volcanologists Reconstruct Impact Of Meteorite On Earth - Deirdre Lyons for iWeather Online New research by Mike Branney, of the University of Leicester's Department of Geology, and Richard Brown, University of Durham, shows that some aspects of ...

The Northern Lights' story of sun-formed celestial substorms - Loughborough News The next professorial inaugural lecture at the University of Leicester on 25 October will explore the role that our sun plays in the violent space weather ...

Literary giants at the Literary Leicester festival - Loughborough News The University of Leicester's fourth annual Literary Leicester festival takes place from 9-12 November, presenting a glittering list of writers and poets ... 

21 October 2011 

Kasabian get into car chases and crashes in 'Re-Wired' video - watch - Daniel Sperling for Digital Spy UK ... up to the BBC Radio 1 Student Tour alongside Coldplay and Example, announcing plans to play a one-off show at the University of Leicester on October 26. 

Literary giants at the Literary Leicester festival - 24dash The University of Leicester's fourth annual Literary Leicester festival takes place from 9-12 November, presenting a glittering list of writers and poets ... 

Handel and Haydn Society Presents 158th Annual Handel Messiah - Broadway World In October 2008, Christophers was awarded an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Music from the University of Leicester. Most recently, he was elected an Honorary ... 

Students in pond patrol cleaning op - Leicester Mercury A group of 22 University of Leicester volunteers helped city council park officers carry out the work at the pond in Victoria Park. ...

Art by Alison on display - Harborough Mail Alison Barwick is displaying her Free View sculpture at the University of Leicester's Harold Martin Botanical Gardens in Oadby. Alison, of Nithsdale Avenue, ...

Art by Alison on display - Lutterworth Today Alison Barwick is displaying her Free View sculpture at the University of Leicester's Harold Martin Botanical Gardens in Oadby. Alison, of Nithsdale Avenue, ...

Birmingham academic tells how he mingled with Birmingham rioters - Birmingham Mail Mr Treadwell, from Druids Heath, is now a lecturer in criminology at the University of Leicester. He said: “I saw what was happening so I put on a hooded ...

Willow tree not found anywhere else in the world discovered in ... - Daily Mail Richard Gornall, director of the botanical gardens at the University of Leicester, said it was unusual to see a hybrid of four parent plants in a natural ...

The Northern Lights' story of sun-formed celestial substorms - 24dash The next professorial inaugural lecture at the University of Leicester on 25 October will explore the role that our sun plays in the violent space weather ... 

Viking burial site found in Scotland - The Asian Age Dr Oliver Harris, of the University of Leicester, who led the project with Cobb, said: “In previous seasons our work has examined evidence of changing ...

 Archaeologists unearth Viking boat burial in Scottish Highlands - Bryony Jones for CNN But Dr Oliver Harris of the University of Leicester, one of the project's leaders, said the boat burial was "the best of the bunch. ... 

CSI-style investigation of meteorite hits on Earth - Space Daily New research by Mike Branney, of the University of Leicester's Department of Geology, and Richard Brown, University of Durham, shows that some aspects of ...

New species of tree discovered in Leicester - Mike Swain for The Mirror Richard Go rnall, who is director of the botanical garden…

20 October 2011

Elections Increase Market, Economic Volatility‎ Newswise Durnev's study, "Precarious Politics and Return Volatility," was co-authored by Maria Boutchkova of the University of Leicester, Hitesh Doshi of the ...

Afghanistan 10 years on: A Cambridge father who lost his son asks ... ‎- Cambridge First He studied mechanical engineering at Leicester University and lived in Oakington with his parents Kevin and Lynda, brother Adam and sister Elizabeth before ...

Archeologists Discover Viking Burial Site- NTDTV Dr. Oliver Harris from the University of Leicester described the find as something one only dreams about, "A Viking boat burial - the kind of thing you used ...

Archaeologists unearth Viking boat burial in Scottish Highlands- WTSP 10 News But Dr Oliver Harris of the University of Leicester, one of the project's leaders, said the boat burial was "the best of the bunch. ...

University of Leicester to commence work on £14 million conference ...- Venues.org.uk The University of Leicester has gained planning approval for a £14m project to transform a former hall of residence into a residential conference venue. ...

Meet, eat and keep healthy with Leicester Conferences - Venues.org.uk The University of Leicester has recently started work on constructing a new sports complex at the Oadby Student Village that will significantly enhance the ...

A welcome return to Leicester for the one and only Togmeister ...- Venues.org.uk Leicester Conferences at the University of Leicester was delighted to ... I am not being sycophantic, but the University of Leicester has a very good ...

The Austerity Olympics London 1948 and 2012- Loughborough News ... Games in London for 2012, but a public lecture at the University of Leicester will reveal how Britain managed it once before – and even made a profit. ...

University of Leicester gets green light for £14m event centre‎ - Event Magazine - Chantelle Dietz The University of Leicester has been given planning approval to transform a former Grade II listed hall of residence into a £14m residential event and ...

A world exclusive: Unique tree is found in Leicester- Leicester Mercury Richard Gornall, director of the botanical gardens at the University of Leicester, said it was unusual to see a hybrid of four parent plants in a natural ...

The Austerity Olympics– London 1948 and 2012- 24dash ... Games in London for 2012, but a public lecture at the University of Leicester will reveal how Britain managed it once before – and even made a profit. ...

University of Leicester to build dedicated conference centre - Ben Bold for CIT Magazine The University of Leicester has unveiled plans to build a £14m conference centre by converting a Grade II-listed former hall of residence. ...

Viking's body and boat buried in Scotland- ABC Online Archaeologist, Oliver Harris, from the University of Leicester, can barely contain his excitement at the find. OLIVER HARRIS: It's absolutely fantastic, ...

1000-year-old Viking boat burial site found in Scotland - Oman Tribune Oliver Harris, of the University of Leicester, who led the project with Cobb, said: “In previous seasons our work has examined evidence of changing beliefs ...

Viking boat burial find is UK mainland first- Media Newswire Dr Oliver Harris, project co-director from the University of Leicester's School of Archaeology and Ancient History, said: “This project examines social ...

Viking boat burial site discovered in Scottish Highlands- eTurboNews But Dr Oliver Harris of the University of Leicester, one of the project's leaders, said the boat burial was "the best of the bunch. ...

Viking boat find found in Lochaber- Lochaber News Oliver Harris, project co-director from the University of Leicester's School of Archaeology and Ancient History, said: "This project examines social change ...

Meteorite Impacts can be Likened to Volcanic Eruptions, New ...‎ - International Business Times AU Mike Branney, one of the study team members from the University of Leicester in England, said the way that and dust stick together seems identical. ... 

Cuts threaten feeder route to part-time study‎ - Jack Grove for Times Higher Education "We are pricing out (everyone except) those who can pay a lot," said Professor Jones, an honorary chair in lifelong learning at the University of Leicester...

19 October 2011

Viking boat burial find 'a first'- BBC News Dr Oliver Harris, project co-director from the University of Leicester's School of Archaeology and Ancient History, reinforced the importance of the burial ...

Ardnamurchan Viking boat burial discovery 'a first'- BBC News  Dr Oliver Harris, project co-director from the University of Leicester's School of Archaeology and Ancient History, reinforced the importance of the burial ...

Viking boat burial site uncovered- The Press Association Oliver Harris, project co-director from the University of Leicester, said: "This project examines social change on the Ardnamurchan peninsula from the first ... 

Viking buried in a ship found in Scottish Highlands- Myles Burke for The Telegraph ... tell us is about what did the people who buried him think of him," said Dr Oliver Harris from theUniversity of Leicester, who co-led the excavation. ...

Archaeologists unearth Viking boat burial in Scottish Highlands‎ - Bryony Jones for CNN International But Dr Oliver Harris of the University of Leicester, one of the project's leaders, said the boat burial was "the best of the bunch. ...

Viking first for UK historians- Sky News ... from the first farmers 6000 years ago to the Highland Clearances of the 18th and 19th century," said the University of Leicester's Oliver Harris. ... 

Intact Viking Burial Site Found In Scotland - Lulu Sinclair for Sky News The University of Leicester's Oliver Harris said archaeologists in the area were not just searching for Viking-era artefacts, but were examining social ...

Viking boat burial site uncovered- The Mirror Oliver Harris, project co-director from the University of Leicester, said: "This project examines social change on the Ardnamurchan peninsula from the first ...

Viking boat burial site uncovered‎ - Evening Standard Oliver Harris, project co-director from the University of Leicester, said: "This project examines social change on the Ardnamurchan peninsula from the first ...

Viking boat burial site discovered in Scottish Highlands‎ - Channel 4 News Oliver Harris, project co-director from the University of Leicester, said: "This project examines social change on the Ardnamurchan peninsula from the first ...

Viking axe excavated after 1000 years - video- The Guardian  Oliver Harris of the University of Leicester lifts the axe in a soil block from a 1000-year-old boat burial of a Viking chief. The boat burial is the only ...

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Meteorite Impact Sites Treated To CSI Techniques- Tammy Plotner for Universe Today Now, new research done by Mike Branney, of the University of Leicester's Department of Geology, and Richard Brown, University of Durham, are giving us ...

Geologists assess deep impacts of near-Earth object strikes - Space Ref New research by Mike Branney, of the University of Leicester's Department of Geology, and Richard Brown, University of Durham, shows that some aspects of ...

Ancient Meteorite Blast Resembled Volcanic Eruption‎ - Space.com

CSI-style investigation of meteorite hits on Earth‎ - Loughborough News New research by Mike Branney, of the University of Leicester's Department of Geology, and Richard Brown, University of Durham, shows that some aspects of ...

Meteorite CSI - Astrobiology Magazine New research by Mike Branney, of the University of Leicester's Department of Geology, and Richard Brown, University of Durham, shows that some aspects of ...

Ancient meteorite blast resembled volcanic eruption‎ - msnbc.com  "In particular, the way that ash and dust stick together seems identical," said study team member Mike Branney of the University of Leicester in England. ...

University of Leicester researchers celebrate 'double hat-trick ... - Loughborough News A University of Leicester researcher is celebrating a hat-trick of awards for the quality of his work. Dr Will Nicolson, Clinical Research Fellow at the ...

University of Leicester to Commercialise Ground Breaking Research ...- Loughborough News The University of Leicester application, led by the Enterprise and Business Development Team, got the go-ahead to spearhead four groundbreaking research ...

Science and art combine to explode a myth- Loughborough News The Leicester Physics Centre is sponsored by the Institute of Physics and hosted by the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Leicester. ...

Park research breaks new ground- Loughborough News An urban historian at the University of Leicester, Katy Layton-Jones, has been championing the cause of public parks since her undergraduate days. ...

Holocaust Awareness Week - lecture series- Loughborough News The University of Leicester Stanley Burton Centre for Holocaust and Genocide Studies is holding a series of three lectures and linked discussions as part of ...

University of Leicester announces groundbreaking English language ...- Loughborough News This capacity-building project between the University of Leicester and the University of Kurdistan-Hewler (UKH), in northern Iraq, will provide new ...

From Pillow Talk to The Hurt Locker film history lecture series ... - Loughborough News ... topics all feature in a series of public lectures this autumn being organised by the University of Leicester Department of History of Art and Film. ...

Social media study reveals unreported truths on the nature of ...- Loughborough News A new study from the University of Leicester into the use of social media in ... Dr Paul Reilly, from the University of Leicester's Department of Media and ...

From Pillow Talk to The Hurt Locker: film history lecture series ...‎ - 24dash ... topics all feature in a series of public lectures this autumn being organised by the University of Leicester Department of History of Art and Film. ...

Park research breaks new ground- 24dash An urban historian at the University of Leicester, Katy Layton-Jones, has been championing the cause of public parks since her undergraduate days. ...

Three Recognized for 25 Year Commitment at PSU DuBois‎ - Gant Daily Weiner received his Ph.D. at Leicester University, England, in 1970. Weiner's central research focus is on the study of the philosophic and mathematical ...

Ready for Rosat's Reentry?‎ - Kelly Beatty for Sky and Telescope Its wide-field camera, supplied by British researchers at the University of Leicester, surveyed the entire sky. More importantly, a high-resolution imager, ... 

18 October 2011

Ancient Meteorite Blast Resembled Volcanic Eruption- Our Amazing Planet "In particular, the way that ash and dust stick together seems identical," said study team member Mike Branney of the University of Leicester in England. ...

SCIENCE AND ART COMBINE TO EXPLODE A MYTH - A new phenomenon called Red Sprites - Cultural Odyssey

CSI-style investigation of meteorite hits on Earth‎ - Eureka! Science News New research by Mike Branney, of the University of Leicester's Department of Geology, and Richard Brown, University of Durham, shows that some aspects of ...

Geologists Assess Deep Impacts Of Near-Earth Object Strikes- RedOrbit New research by Mike Branney, of the University of Leicester's Department of Geology, and Richard Brown, University of Durham, shows that some aspects of ...

CSI-style investigation of meteorite hits on Earth- Science Daily New research by Mike Branney, of the University of Leicester's Department of Geology, and Richard Brown, University of Durham, shows that some aspects of ... 

CSI-style investigation of meteorite hits on Earth‎ - 24dash New research by Mike Branney, of the University of Leicester's Department of Geology, and Richard Brown, University of Durham, shows that some aspects of ...

Holocaust Awareness Week - lecture series - 24dash The University of Leicester Stanley Burton Centre for Holocaust and Genocide Studies is holding a series of three lectures and linked discussions as part of ...

Science and art combine to explode a myth- 24dash The Leicester Physics Centre is sponsored by the Institute of Physics and hosted by the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Leicester. ...

Beloved Beware – Online Dating Scams Break Hearts And Wallets - Peter Murray for Singularity Hub A recent survey by the University of Leicester suggests that as many as 200000 people in the UK have ...

Winners and finalists of the 2011 Zerofootprint Re-Skinning Awards ... - Canadian Architect  Canada by du Toit Architects Ltd.; and the Percy Gee Building at the University of Leicester in Leicester, England by Shepheard Epstein Hunter. ... 

17 October 2011

Kasabian sells out in hours - O2 Academy Leicester - Altsounds.com ...of tea and coffee and free chips to keep the masses fed and watered, with the University of Leicester throwing open its doors for the 9am “on sale”.  

Fans queue through night for Kasabian tickets - Leicester Mercury The show, which was announced last week, will take place at the O2 Academy, at the University of Leicester, on Wednesday, October 26. ...

Drug treatment trial allows Pc to return to work - Leicester Mercury David's treatment is being overseen by Dr Anne Thomas, a reader in medical oncology at the University of Leicester. Dr Thomas told the Mercury earlier this ...

Social media double-edged sword in protests - CorpComms Magazine Paul Reilly, professor at the University of Leicester's Department of Media and Communication, also found that some rioters ran the risk of implicating...

University of Leicester announces groundbreaking English language ... - 24dash This capacity-building project between the University of Leicester and the University of Kurdistan-Hewler (UKH), in northern Iraq, will provide new...

University of Leicester to Commercialise Ground Breaking Research ... - 24dash The University of Leicester application, led by the Enterprise and Business Development Team, got the go-ahead to spearhead four groundbreaking research...

A CLASS APART! - Gulf Daily News Sa'ad is studying biological science at the University of Leicester, UK. In the GCSE examinations, 91pc of students scored grades A* to C compared to a UK...

16th October 2011

Birmingham riots: Public debate discusses impact - BBC News Leah Bassell, a sociology lecturer at the University of Leicester, said: "People are making a lot more distinctions now. "They're saying this is not the ...

University of Leicester to Commercialise Ground Breaking Research ... - 24dash The University of Leicester application, led by the Enterprise and Business Development Team, got the go-ahead to spearhead four groundbreaking research ...

Tiny fossil fragment reveals giant-but-ugly-truth - Stock Markets Review 

Dr David Martill from the University of Portsmouth and Dr David Unwin from the University of Leicesterexamined the fossil – which consisted of the tip of a ...

Fossil Fragment Reveals Giant, Toothy Pterosaur - Sudan Vision ... it allows us to put a likely upper limit on that size —around 7 meters (23 feet) in wingspan," said David Unwin from the University of Leicester, ...

15th October 2011

Pterosaurs bigger than previously thought after scientists ... 

Daily Mail David Martill from the University of Portsmouth and David Unwin from the University of Leicester reported the discovery in the journal Cretaceous Research. ... 

Social Media Study Reveals Unreported Truths On Nature Of Street ...

- Eurasia Review A new study from the University of Leicester into the use of social media in ... Dr Paul Reilly, from the University of Leicester's Department of Media and ...

14th October 2011

Social media study reveals unreported truths on the nature of ... - 24dash A new study from the University of Leicester into the use of social media in ... Dr Paul Reilly, from the University of Leicester's Department of Media and ...

Social Media Study Reveals Unreported Truths On the Nature of ... - Science Daily A new study from the University of Leicester into the use of social media in street protests and riots has revealed how it is ...  

Social media proves useful both for police and for protesters - Public Service Researchers from the University of Leicester found that such media proved effective in the hands of both protesters and police forces. ...

Fossil fragment reveals giant, toothy pterosaur - Wynne Parry for msnbc.com it allows us to put a likely upper limit on that size — around 7 meters (23 feet) in wingspan," said David Unwin from the University of Leicester, ...

Tyrannosaurus Rex Grew Twice as Fast as Previously Thought - Scientific Computing casts was granted by the Museum of the Rockies, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Department of Geology at Leicester University and Manchester Museum....

Peak Metal: U.S. Preparing for the Coming Shortages in Metals and ... - OilPrice.com Dr. Gawen Jenkin, of the Department of Geology, University of Leicester, and the lead convenor of the Fermor Meeting of the Geological Society of London ...

Business continuity briefs: - Continuity Central Dr. Gawen Jenkin, of the Department of Geology, University of Leicester, is the lead convenor of the Fermor Meeting of the Geological Society of London ... 

A passionate researcher of British banking - Claire Jones for Financial Times ...once a student of Pressnell and now a professor at the University of Leicester. His meticulous approach lasted throughout his career. ...

Lords debate Universities: Impact of Government Policy - Lord Giddens for DeHavilland He writes wearing his professional hat as an academic at Leicester University about the difficulties that universities are having with the UK Border Agency ...

13th October 2011 

Tiny fossil fragment reveals giant-but-ugly-truth - Eureka! Science News Dr David Martill from the University of Portsmouth and Dr David Unwin from the University of Leicester examined the fossil -- which consisted of the tip of ...

Toothed pterosaur: Tiny fossil fragment reveals giant-but-ugly-truth - PhysOrg.com Dr David Martill from the University of Portsmouth and Dr David Unwin from the University of Leicester examined the fossil - which consisted of the tip of a ... 

Fossil Fragment Reveals Giant, Toothy Pterosaur - Wynne Parry for LiveScience.com ...it allows us to put a likely upper limit on that size —around 7 meters (23 feet) in wingspan," said David Unwin from the University of Leicester, ...

Tiny fossil fragment reveals giant-but-ugly-truth - Biology News Net Dr David Martill from the University of Portsmouth and Dr David Unwin from the University of Leicester examined the fossil - which consisted of the tip of a ...

Tiny Fossil Fragment Reveals Giant-but-ugly-truth - RedOrbit Dr David Martill from the University of Portsmouth and Dr David Unwin from the University of Leicester examined the fossil – which consisted of the tip of a ... 

Tiny fossil fragment reveals giant-but-ugly-truth - Science Codex Dr David Martill from the University of Portsmouth and Dr David Unwin from the University of Leicester examined the fossil - which consisted of the tip of a ... [Also covered by EurekAlert and 24dash]

Revolutionary New Brain Chip Allows Monkeys To Grasp AND Feel ... - Peter Murray for Singularity Hub 

“If you want to reach and grasp a glass, visual feedback won't help you,” Quian Quiroga, a neuroscientist at the University of Leicester, UK said in a ...  

Geologists warning over metals shortage - Manoramaonline ... nickel, silver, zinc, aluminium, gold, lead, manganese, palladium, platinum and tin," said Gawen Jenkin, geologist from the University of Leicester. ...

Metal shortages alert from leading geologists - Loughborough News Dr. Gawen Jenkin, of the Department of Geology, University of Leicester, is the lead convenor of the Fermor Meeting of the Geological Society of London ...

Geologists warning over metals shortage - Zee News ...nickel, silver, zinc, aluminium, gold, lead, manganese, palladium, platinum and tin," said Gawen Jenkin, geologist from the University of Leicester. ... 

Geologists warning over metals shortage - iNewsOne ...nickel, silver, zinc, aluminium, gold, lead, manganese, palladium, platinum and tin,' said Gawen Jenkin, geologist from the University of Leicester. ...

Geologists Warning Over Metals Shortage Daijiworld.com ... nickel, silver, zinc, aluminium, gold, lead, manganese, palladium, platinum and tin," said Gawen Jenkin, geologist from the University of Leicester. ...

Free locks given out to deter cycle thefts - Leicester Mercury Police visited the University of Leicester campus yesterday to hand out metal ... The replacement locks were paid for by the University of Leicester. ...

Campaign offers support for students mental health - Loughborough News Students at the University of Leicester have received information about some simple steps they can take which can help with wellbeing and contributes to the ...

New Internet magazine (cornertalk.org) to engage young ... - 

DigitalJournal.com The project involves students from Royal Holloway University of London, UCL, LSE, Loughborough University, University of Leicester and University of Surrey ... 

New Internet magazine (cornertalk.org) to engage young ... - Benzinga The project involves students from Royal Holloway University of London, UCL, LSE, Loughborough University, University of Leicester and University of Surrey ...

New Internet magazine (cornertalk.org) to engage young ... - PR Web The project involves students from Royal Holloway University of London, UCL, LSE, Loughborough University, University of Leicester and University of Surrey ...

KPI Bridge Oil appoints trader for UK office - bunkerworld He has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Technical Institute of Greece and is Master in Business Administration from Leicester University, ...

12th October 2011

Stock plagiarism penalties don't always fit the crime - Jack Grove for Times Higher Education ... respectively academic director and web resources development officer at the University of Leicester's School of Biological Sciences, and Margaret Green, ...

Leicester students create multi-faith tour of city - BBC News A faith trail exploring different places of worship has been devised by students from the University of Leicester. The three-mile-walk, which includes ...

World demand for metals said a concern UPI.com ... nickel, silver and zinc, aluminium, gold, lead, manganese, palladium, platinum and tin," Gawen Jenkin of the University of Leicester said. ...

World demand for metals said a concern - Middle East North Africa Financial Network ... nickel, silver and zinc, aluminium, gold, lead, manganese, palladium, platinum and tin," Gawen Jenkin of the University of Leicester said. ...

Metal shortages alert from leading geologists - Nanowerk LLC Dr. Gawen Jenkin, of the Department of Geology, University of Leicester, is the lead convenor of the Fermor Meeting of the Geological Society of London ...

Geologists Warn Of Metals Shortages Due To Consumer Demand - Peter Fowler for Newsroom America Dr. Gawen Jenkin, of the Department of Geology, University of Leicester, is the lead convenor of the Fermor Meeting of the Geological Society of London ...

World demand for metals said a concern - Dalje.com ... nickel, silver and zinc, aluminium, gold, lead, manganese, palladium, platinum and tin," Gawen Jenkin of the University of Leicester said. ...

UPI NewsTrack Health and Science News - UPI.com ... nickel, silver and zinc, aluminium, gold, lead, manganese, palladium, platinum and tin," Gawen Jenkin of the University of Leicester said. ...

Smartphone, laptop demands will lead to future metal shortages - Gerald Lynch for Tech Digest Dr. Gawen Jenkin of the Department of Geology, University of Leicester, and lead convenor of the Fermor Meeting of the Geological Society of London, ...

World demand for metals said a concern - istockAnalyst.com ... nickel, silver and zinc, aluminium, gold, lead, manganese, palladium, platinum and tin," Gawen Jenkin of the University of Leicester said. ... [Also covered by Science Daily, EurekAlert and 24dash]

T. Rex Was Bigger and Grew Faster Than Previously Thought ... - Science Daily ...with specimen access kindly provided by the Museum of the Rockies, the University of Leicester Geology Department, and the Carnegie Museum of Natural ...

New hi-tech study finds T. rex was bigger and grew faster than ... - EurekAlert ... with specimen access kindly provided by the Museum of the Rockies, the University of Leicester Geology Department, and the Carnegie Museum of Natural ...

Suspects Exonerated In The Quenching Of Star Formation - RedOrbit Image courtesy of Ian Stewart and Mike Watson (Leicester University/XMM-Newton Survey Science Centre)and ESA. Image 3: X-ray view of a galaxy reveals a ... [Picture credit]

Suzanne stands up to be the president - Bob Rae for The Star Suzanne Liversidge studied marketing at Leicester University and even had a piece of research to her name on the prospects for selling Pot Noodles to the ...

Shortage of Nurses Taking Its Toll! - Ria Patel for TopNews United States While commenting upon the findings of the researchers, Researcher Professor Elizabeth Draper from Leicester University said that the recruitment of ...

Funeral incentive to be donor 'will fail' - Leicester Mercury But Mary Dixon-Woods, professor of medical sociology at the University of Leicester, welcomed the suggestion. She said: "If you pay for something you take ...

IMC Exploration Group Plc: Admission to PLUS Market - Marketwise A graduate of Leicester University in 1973 with a M.Sc. in mineral exploration and mining geology, Gareth commenced his career with the National Coal Board ...

11th October 2011

Kasabian in homecoming gig at 02 Leicester - Leicester Mercury The show, for 1450 fans, will take place at the O2 Academy, at the University of Leicester, on Wednesday, October 26. It will give fans who bag tickets a ...

Coldplay live show to be part of Radio 1 Student Tour - Viagogo Other bands performing as part of the tour include Kasabian, who will grace the stage at the University of Leicester on October 26th. ...

Coldplay and Kasabian for Radio 1 Student Tour - Ben Cardrew for musicweek.com ... continues the following day at the University of Hertfordshire with Example and Flux Pavilion, then moves onto the University of Leicester on October 26 ...

Intensive care units for young short-staffed, study shows - Scotsman Researcher Professor Elizabeth Draper, of the University of Leicester, said: “Qualified nurse staffing levels have improved over time, with more than ... 

Two-thirds of children's intensive care units 'have too few nurses' - Netdoctor Professor Elizabeth Draper, co-principal investigator at the University of Leicester, said: 'Qualified nurse staffing levels have improved over time, ...

Childrens intensive care comes under scrutiny - Loughborough News Professor Elizabeth Draper, co-principal investigator of PICANet from the University of Leicester, commented: “Qualified nurse staffing levels have improved ...

After the Riots Analysis and Public Debate - Loughborough News Dr Leah Bassel Lecturer in the Department of Sociology at the University of Leicester said: “The recent civil disturbances across a number of English cities ...

After the Riots: Analysis and Public Debate - 24dash Dr Leah Bassel Lecturer in the Department of Sociology at the University of Leicester said: “The recent civil disturbances across a number of English cities ...

Economics expert says it pays to be vague in the world of banking - Loughborough News ... according to a game theory expert who has been appointed Professor of Economics at the University of Leicester. Extolling the benefits of being vague, ...

UKERC awards 2M for topical energy projects - Loughborough News The project led by the University of Leicester is: The Geopolitical Economy of Global Gas Security and Governance: Implications for the UK. ...

Leicester Based Research Study Highlighted in National Report - Loughborough News Professor Kamlesh Khunti from the University of Leicester, Principal Investigator of the study, said “The prevalence of type 2 diabetes in Leicester is one ...

Political reporters challenge the limits of objectivity - Loughborough News A University of Leicester sociologist is to explore the issue at a seminar this week. In 'Going Ballistic: Non-neutrality in the Televised Hybrid Political ...

UK Immigration: UK Border Agency Forces Removal Of Fake University ... - eGov monitor ... building in the centre of town, and the impressive glass building featured on the site is in fact a library belonging to the University of Leicester. ... 

10th October 2011

Business Diary: Rock's doors still revolving - The Independent University of Leicester students should not worry if their new Professor of Economics isn't always crystal clear. For Chris Wallace, an expert in game ...

Economist says central bankers are right to be vague - North Denver News ... according to a game theory expert who has been appointed Professor of Economics at the University of Leicester. Extolling the benefits of being vague, ...

Economics expert says it pays to be vague in the world of banking - 24dash ... according to a game theory expert who has been appointed Professor of Economics at the University of Leicester. Extolling the benefits of being vague, ...

Children's intensive care comes under scrutiny - HealthCanal.com Professor Elizabeth Draper, co-principal investigator of PICANet from the University of Leicester, commented: “Qualified nurse staffing levels have improved ...

Understaffed NHS children's wards put patients at risk - Active Quote Researchers at the University of Leeds and University of Leicester revealed that ... Researcher Professor Elizabeth Draper, of the University of Leicester, ...

Paediatric intensive care units 'understaffed' - Nursing Times Researcher professor Elizabeth Draper, from the University of Leicester, said: “Qualified nurse staffing levels have improved over time, with more than ...

Child wards 'have too few staff' - The Press Association Professor Elizabeth Draper, from the University of Leicester, said: "Qualified nurse staffing levels have improved over time, with more than three quarters ...

Kasabian announce Leicester gig - Leicester Mercury The band will be playing a concert for 1450 fans at the O2 Academy Leicester, at the University of Leicester in University Road, Leicester on Wednesday, ...

Homecoming Gig For Kasabian On Radio 1 Student Tour - Live4ever ... gigs across the UK, with Kasabian's show at their home city Leicester's University on October 26th likely to spark a mad scramble for tickets. ...

Coldplay, Kasabian, Example for Radio 1 Student Tour - Lewis Corner for Digital Spy Kasabian will play new material from their recent chart-topping album Velociraptor! at the University of Leicester on October 26. ...

Coldplay, Kasabian, Example To Play Radio 1 Student Tour 2011 - Gigwise

£14m university scheme given go-ahead - Insider Media Planning consent has been granted to turn the University of Leicester's College Hall listed building into a residential conference venue. ...

Go-ahead for Leicester Uni conference centre - Aaron Morby for Construction Enquirer The University of Leicester has gained planning for a £14m project to transform a Grade II Listed building into a residential conference venue. ...

Political reporters challenge the limits of objectivity - 24dash A University of Leicester sociologist is to explore the issue at a seminar ... Professor Ian Hutchby of the University of Leicester Department of Sociology ...

DNA study: Bones not those of James gang gunslinger - Dan Vergano for ABC News Another researcher, Mark Jobling of the United Kingdom's University of Leicester, reported a surprisingly high proportion of Englishmen with ancestry tied ...

DNA: Bones not those of James gang gunslinger - Dan Vergano for Tucson Citizen Another researcher, Mark Jobling of the United Kingdom's University of Leicester, reported a surprisingly high proportion of Englishmen with ancestry tied ...

DNA study: Bones not those of James gang gunslinger - Dan Vergano for USA Today

Ernst & Young organises corporate fraud and bribery briefings - CPI Finanical The study will be undertaken by Professor Martin Gill of the University of Leicester, UK, a criminologist and Director at Perpetuity Research and ... 

9th October 2011

University of Leicester students raise nearly £126000 for charities - Loughborough News Students don't just raise the roof, at the University of Leicester they also raise a great deal of money for charities year in, year out. ...

Corporate Fraud and Bribery Briefings - Dubai Chronicle The study will be undertaken by Professor Martin Gill of the University of Leicester, UK, a criminologist and Director at Perpetuity Research and ...

Ernst and Young organizes Corporate Fraud and Bribery briefings - AME Info The study will be undertaken by Professor Martin Gill of the University of Leicester, UK, a criminologist and Director at Perpetuity Research and ...

Ernst & Young organizes Corporate Fraud and Bribery briefings - Zawya 

The study will be undertaken by Professor Martin Gill of the University of Leicester, UK, a criminologist and Director at Perpetuity Research and ...

Toxins, mutagens and the dangers to your DNA - Loughborough News The University of Leicester is world-renowned for the discovery of DNA fingerprinting by Professor Sir Alec Jeffreys of the Department of Genetics. ...

5 million sports development in Oadby - Loughborough News Work on a new £5 million fitness facility being developed at the University of Leicester will be officially launched with a ground-breaking ceremony in the ...

Love after death - Dave Emke for Evening Observer She then traveled to England, where she earned a master's degree in museum studies at the University of Leicester. After college, though, she found gaining ...

What Would Happen If You Took The New Eternal Sunshine Of The ... - Jezebel 

University of Leicester researchers identified a protein called lipocalin-2 that the brain produces in response to stress. Lipocalin-2 reduces junctions ...

8th October 2011

A pill that wipes away bad memories - Independent Online The Leicester University research could also provide the foundation for new treatments for depression. Mice genetically engineered to be unable to make a ...

Red flags didn't colour romance until too late - Lauren La Rose for TheChronicleHerald.ca Monica Whitty, professor of contemporary media at the University of Leicester, said the estimate is based on their representative sample of more than 2000 ...

Monkey-See, Monkey-Do, Monkey-Feel: Duke Univeristy Researchers ... - Gavin Corley for Medgadget.com ... of brain–machine interfaces, says Rodrigo Quian Quiroga, a neuroscientist at the University of Leicester, UK who was also not involved in the study. ...

Massive Ancient Landslide's Remains Discovered - LiveScience.com 

... were discovered amid the canyons and ravines of the island's desert landscape by volcanologists at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom. ...

Remains of a massive ancient landslide discovered - msnbc.com ... were discovered amid the canyons and ravines of the island's desert landscape by volcanologists at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom. ...

Toxins, mutagens and the dangers to your DNA - HealthCanal.com The University of Leicester is world-renowned for the discovery of DNA fingerprinting by Professor Sir Alec Jeffreys of the Department of Genetics. ...

Fugitive jailed over crash death - Harborough Mail; Buxton Advertiser Naeem Imran Rashid, 34, appeared at Nottingham Crown Court 11 years after he was originally arrested for causing the death of Leicester University student ...

7th October 2011

University of Leicester's public lectures to explore reality of ... - News-Medical.net The University of Leicester is world-renowned for the discovery of DNA fingerprinting by Professor Sir Alec Jeffreys of the Department of Genetics.

Leicester Marathon: Race in need of a top performance from winner - Leicester Mercury Last year's winner, Cornwall's Noel Kindon, a former University of Leicester student, who ran 2.39.01, is not running because of the Birmingham event later ...

Toxins, mutagens and the dangers to your DNA - 24dash 

The University of Leicester is world-renowned for the discovery of DNA fingerprinting by Professor Sir Alec Jeffreys of the Department of Genetics.

University wins bid to host 2014 education event - Ben Bold for CIT Magazine The University of Leicester has been selected to host the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD)'s 17th annual symposium in 2014...

University of Leicester Library wins bid to host a prestigious ... - Venues.org.uk 

The Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD) has recently announced that theUniversity of Leicester will be the host for their 17th ... 

PRINT OUT exhibition launch at Embrace Arts, Leicester Friday 7th ... - Leicester Mercury 

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Leicester Print Workshop and the 10th anniversary of the University of Leicester Sculpture in the Garden we present ...

Print Out exhibition celebrates double anniversary - 24dash A unique exhibition to mark the 25th anniversary of Leicester Print Workshop and the tenth year of the University of Leicester's annual 'Sculpture in the...

Waleed Aly ABC Religion and Ethics 6 Oct 2011 - ABC Online There was no truth in the article's suggestion that Leicester University had banned pork on campus. In actual fact, the university Student Union had made...

Massive Ancient Landslide's Remains Discovered - Our Amazing Planet ...were discovered amid the canyons and ravines of the island's desert landscape by volcanologists at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom.

6th October 2011

Leicester policeman posts student safety videos on YouTube - BBC News (video) In July, he received an honorary masters degree for his work from the University of Leicester. PC Harvey Watson on campus at the University of Leicester.

Innovative PR in higher education - live chat best bits - The Guardian (blog) ...then look at these two examples: Leicester Exchanges, from the University of Leicester and Nottingham University's blog on the UK 2010 elections

Brainy Bodysuit Could Help Quadriplegics Walk - Katie Moisse for ABC News (blog) “If you want to reach and grasp a glass, visual feedback won't help you,” Rodrigo Quian Quiroga, a neuroscientist at the University of Leicester, UK...

University of Leicester students raise nearly £126000 for charities - 24dash Students don't just raise the roof, at the University of Leicester they also raise a great deal of money for charities year in, year out.

Time Teams Mick Aston to deliver public lecture - Loughborough News The University of Leicester will host a public lecture by the famous archaeologist and Time Team regular Mick Aston. The lecture 'The Winscombe Project...

The Future of Medical Research - Loughborough News The man responsible for a £800M government health research budget is to give one of the University of Leicester's most prestigious public lectures...  

Print Out exhibition celebrates double anniversary - Loughborough News A unique exhibition to mark the 25th anniversary of Leicester Print Workshop and the tenth year of the University of Leicester's annual 'Sculpture in the Garden'...

Leicester Marathon runner is spurred on to help others - Leicester Mercury Seven University of Leicester medical students want to raise £1000 for a wheelchair for 10-year-old Umaymah Dakri, from Highfields, Leicester, who has spina bifida...

Glastonbury Univ: A fake UK varsity - Indian Express The website used the glitzy image of the David Wilson Library at the University of Leicester, and claimed it as its campus. It claimed to be well regarded...

Would You Take A Pill To Forget About Your Breakup? - Maressa Brown for YourTango The gist: University of Leicester researchers identified a protein called lipocalin-2 that the brain produces in response to stress... [Also covered by The Stir]

Archaeology degrees stuck in the (far distant) past - Matthew Reisz for Times Higher Education Marilyn Palmer, emeritus professor of industrial archaeology at the University of Leicester, said she was unhappy that pressures on academics had in many...

Prof Petra Wend: Universities need freedom to make next big discovery - Petra Wend for Scotsman ...but it was the result of the University of Leicester having attracted an excellent researcher, Professor Alec Jeffreys from the University of Amsterdam... 

Online romance scams hurt hearts and wallets - Andrew Vaughan for Guelph Mercury Monica Whitty, professor of contemporary media at the University of Leicester, said the estimate is based on their representative sample of more than 2000...

Fugitive jailed over crash death - The Press Association 

Naeem Imran Rashid, 34, appeared at Nottingham Crown Court 11 years after he was originally arrested for causing the death of Leicester University student ... [Also covered by Buxton Advertiser and Harborough Mail]

5th October 2011

Monkey brains 'feel' virtual objects - Susan Young for Nature.com ... of brain–machine interfaces, says Rodrigo Quian Quiroga, a neuroscientist at the University of Leicester, UK who was also not involved in the study.

Crimspace - Featured Content: Linking Different Types of Crime Using Geographical and Temporal Proximity

Fugitive taxi driver jailed for fatal Nottingham crash - BBC News The court heard Mr Walia, a University of Leicester student, had been killed instantly when a Peugeot 405 being driven by Rashid crashed into the back of ... [Also covered by Press Association, Daily Mail, the Independent, Buxton Advertiser, and Harborough Mail]

Glastonbury University? Beware of this fake UK varsity - Indian Express The website used the glitzy image of the David Wilson Library at the University of Leicester, and claimed it as its campus. It claimed to be well regarded ... [Also covered by Moneycontrol.com, MSN India, Zee News, NDTV.com]

How The Brain Responds To Stress - Heal Blog A new discovery by the research team from the University of Leicester has discovered the nerve cells which are responsible for coping mechanism to stress...

Forget bad memories with these pills - JOE Some brainy people from Leicester University have been studying what makes us feel pain through our memories. Now they believe that by singling out a... 

Soon, a Pill to Fight Emotional Trauma - Gunraj Sandhu for TopNews Arab Emirates During the examination of nerve cells, the Leicester University researchers found a protein, lipocalin-2 t, which is produced by the brain in acute stress... [Also covered by MedIndia and HealthCanal.com]

The Future of Medical Research - 24dash The man responsible for a £800M government health research budget is to give one of the University of Leicester's most prestigious public lectures...  

Time Team's Mick Aston to deliver public lecture - 24dash The University of Leicester will host a public lecture by the famous archaeologist and Time Team regular Mick Aston. The lecture 'The Winscombe Project'... 

Tenerife geology discovery is among worlds best - Loughborough News Volcanologists from the University of Leicester have uncovered one of the world's best-preserved accessible examples of a monstrous landslide that followed... 

Leicester faith and place trail launch - Loughborough News A 'Leicester Faith and Place Trail' will be launched by a group of University of Leicester archaeologists at the Museum & Art Gallery, New Walk, 

Stunning development at University of Leicester increases awards tally - Loughborough News A stunning new £17 Million development at the University of Leicester that has won a clutch of awards since it was formally opened this year has picked up... 

Stunning development at University of Leicester increases awards tally - 24dash A stunning new £17 Million development at the University of Leicester that has won a clutch of awards since it was formally opened this year has picked up...

Management degree offers new benefits to voluntary sector - Loughborough News The University of Leicester is offering a management degree focusing on charities and the voluntary sector, which has recently become affiliated to the...

4th October 2011

'Ugly' fossil is largest toothed pterosaur - Ella Davies for BBC News David Martill from the University of Portsmouth and David Unwin from the University of Leicester reported the discovery in the journal Cretaceous Research.

Online romance scams can hurt hearts and ravage wallets of victims - Lauren La Rose for Brandon Sun Monica Whitty, professor of contemporary media at the University of Leicester, said the estimate is based on their representative sample of more than 2000... [Also covered by Winnipeg Free Press and DaniWeb (blog)]

Fugitive cabbie to face court - Asian Image The Rover's front seat passenger, Nadeep Singh Walia, a student at Leicester University from London, was killed and six other people injured...

Why are museums so scared of LGBT stories? - Geraldine Kendall for Museums Association ...and transgender (LGBT) community in their public programming, according to Richard Sandell, head of museum studies at the University of Leicester. 

Pill That Can Ease Bad Memories and Stress, Study Says - Fox News ...researchers from the University of Leicester, in central England, discovered that it was possible to alter what is remembered... [Also covered by Fox News Affiliates, Heal Blog, PsychCentral.com, Insciences Organisation, RedOrbit, Zee News, TruthDive, Newstrack India, and Times of India]

Evidence found of ancient huge landslide - Dalje.com ...years ago and the onshore remains of the landslide have just been discovered, researchers at the University of Leicester said in a release Sunday. 

Management degree offers new benefits to voluntary sector - 24dash The University of Leicester is offering a management degree focusing on charities and the voluntary sector, which has recently become affiliated to the...

3rd October 2011

History of how China won the Star Wars - Radhakrishna Rao for Daily News & Analysis 'The moon is an obvious target for China and they would be there by 2020,' observes Ken Pounds, professor, space science, Leicester University... 

Take Five: Neil Fowler - HoldTheFrontPage.co.uk 

Trainee reporter, Leicester Mercury, preceded by very occasional submissions to Ripple, the newspaper of Leicester University Students Union...

Disjointed approach hampers hooligan crackdown -  Matthew Allen for swissinfo.ch ... disasters forced the government into evolving a national strategy, according to John Williams, professor of sociology at the University of Leicester... 

Evidence found of ancient huge landslide - UPI.com ... years ago and the onshore remains of the landslide have just been discovered, researchers at theUniversity of Leicester said in a release Sunday...

Tenerife geology discovery is among 'world's best' - 24dash Picture Volcanologists from the University of Leicester have uncovered one of the world's best-preserved accessible examples of a monstrous landslide that ...

Tenerife geology discovery is among 'world's best' - Eureka! Science News Volcanologists from the University of Leicester have uncovered one of the world's best-preserved accessible examples of a monstrous landslide that followed ...

Tenerife geology discovery is among 'world's best': Holiday Island ... - Science Daily (press release) Volcanologists from the University of Leicester have uncovered one of the world's best-preserved accessible examples of a ...

Tenerife Landscape Reveals Explosive Past - RedOrbit Volcanologists from the University of Leicester have uncovered one of the world's best-preserved accessible examples of a monstrous landslide that followed ...

Pill that can wipe away bad memories? Scientists unfold the ... - Fiona Macrae for Daily Mail The Leicester University research could also provide the foundation for new treatments for depression. Mice genetically engineered to be unable to make a...

Pill that can wipe away bad memories after scientists unfold the ... - Fiona Macrae for Mail on Sunday The Leicester University research could also provide the foundation for new treatments for depression. Mice genetically engineered to be unable to make a... 

Breakthrough Discovery Shows How The Brain Copes With Stress - Medical News Today A research team from the University of Leicester say they have discovered the nerve cells in the brain that are responsible for coping with stress...

Breakthrough brain study reveals stress code - Eureka! Science News A team from the University of Leicester has identified a particular protein that the brain produces in response to stress. Tests on mice revealed that those... [Also covered in Science Daily and EurekAlert]

X Factor: Nu Vibe through and celebrations all round for ... - Huddersfield Examiner Jordan, who was head boy at Newsome High School, and Ashford, who is studying languages at Leicester University, grew up within a few miles of each other...

Nobel prizes: Asian scientists set to topple America's run of wins - The Guardian One is Sir Alec Jeffreys, the Leicester University biochemist who, in 1984, developed the techniques of DNA fingerprinting and profiling that have...

MANY STILL CAVALIER ABOUT ALLERGIES - Dave Gordon for Community Magazine Researchers at the University of Leicester in Britain found that some parents of children with allergies are accused of being neurotic, and some allergic...

2nd October 2011 

In Tough Times, Invest in the Classics ‎- Daily Beast David Ekserdjian, a Renaissance scholar at the University of Leicester in Britain who once worked in the art market, has a slightly more skeptical take:

In Tough Times, Invest in the Classics - Newsweek David Ekserdjian, a Renaissance scholar at the University of Leicester in Britain who once worked in the art market, has a slightly more skeptical take: 

Tenerife geology discovery is among 'world's best' - EurekAlert Volcanologists from the University of Leicester have uncovered one of the world's best-preserved accessible examples of a monstrous landslide that followed...

Tenerife island landscape reveals explosive past - PhysOrg.com Credit: Pablo Dávila-Harris Volcanologists from the University of Leicester have uncovered one of the world's best-preserved accessible examples of a ...

People 'still ignorant about cancer risks' - Private Healthcare UK This is the major finding of work conducted by the University of Leicester which found "there was widespread lack of awareness about the roles diet...

1st October 2011

Lonely hearts broken by ruthless scammers - Jeff Salway for Scotsman Research carried out by the University of Leicester last week revealed that more than 200000 people in the UK have fallen victim to online dating fraud. [Also covered in Scotland on Sunday]

Romance fraud emerges as an organised crime in the UK - Hindustan Times... one in every 50 online adults (2 per cent) know someone personally who had fallen victim to it, University of Leicester which led the research said...

UK dating scams more common than believed: survey - CTV.ca The University of Leicester in Britain completed what is believed to be the first detailed study on dating fraud. The results suggest that far more people...

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