September

Blog Entry Archaeology team announces 'huge step forward' in King Richard III search
University of Leicester team confirms it has found medieval Grey Friars Church – the burial place of Richard III
Blog Entry Chance for public to view search for Richard III
Open day at archaeological dig Saturday September 8
Blog Entry Archaeologists uncover 'lost garden' in quest for Richard III
Public open day at dig site on Saturday 8 September from 11am-2pm
Blog Entry University of Leicester astronomer discovers millions of black holes
Professor Andrew Blain contributes to NASA’s WISE mission discoveries
Blog Entry Royal Society award for engineering expert
Professor Artur Jaworski receives the Royal Society Industry Fellowship
Blog Entry Deadline approaching for busy people studying part-time
New courses at Institute of Lifelong Learning start in October
Blog Entry Archaeological dig inches 'tantalisingly closer' to possible burial place of King Richard III
Search to continue for third week following huge public support and global media interest
Blog Entry Lecture reveals city's early history
Director of ULAS to give City Mayor Lecture to take place at University of Leicester
Blog Entry Search for King Richard III enters new phase after ‘momentous discovery has potential to rewrite history’
Human remains uncovered by University of Leicester-led archaeological search reveal circumstantial evidence consistent with battle wounds –but not in keeping with how Tudor sources portrayed the warrior king.
Blog Entry University of Leicester to launch UK’s first virtual autopsy course for pathologists, radiologists, coroners and radiographers
New course aims to give practioners training in post-mortem computed tomography
Blog Entry Children’s intensive care units performing well despite low staffing levels
New report by University of Leeds and the University of Leicester on paediatric intensive care units
Blog Entry Lessons from history from landmark dig for Richard III
Why a skeleton under a car park might reshape how we think of the past
Blog Entry ‘Killing pens’ of Hillsborough recollected by University of Leicester lecturer
Damning indictment of ‘cover-up’ by sociologist John Williams. ‘Hubris is quite staggering’ says academic Simon Bennett
Blog Entry Terry Wogan returns to the University of Leicester
University Conference facilities are a favourite for Terry's Geezers and Gals
Blog Entry Young Masters Exhibition & Prize 2012
Shortlisted artist – Claire Partington (University of Leicester alumnus)
Blog Entry New Director of Estates appointed at University of Leicester
Impact of physical landscape on staff and student experience is key to role
Blog Entry Infection data may not be comparable across hospitals - but “gaming” is not the explanation, study shows
Research highlights differing methods of reporting central line infections in hospitals
Blog Entry Media, Culture and Sport Committee report on Racism in Football risks repeating the mistakes of the past, says football research expert
Expert comment from University of Leicester sociologist
Blog Entry Novel plastic-and-papyrus restoration project
Environmental scheme funded by the German REWE Group aims to create ‘floating islands’ of recycled plastic bottles, containing the plant used to make the first paper
Blog Entry ‘Bronze’ takes gold: Leicester art historian curates Royal Academy exhibition
Professor David Ekserdjian traces bronze in art through the millennia
Blog Entry Bollywood blockbuster sequel at University of Leicester
Famous stars descend on campus for Yamla Pagla Deewana 2
Blog Entry Bollywood in Leicester – first images
University of Leicester is location for Yamla Pagla Deewana 2
Blog Entry New study of political defections identifies 'personality type' prone to switch sides
University of Leicester researcher reveals pattern to defections in first comprehensive study of is kind
Blog Entry After 35 years' service to University of Leicester DNA fingerprinting pioneer says: 'Work must go on'
Following retirement, Sir Alec Jeffreys to continue role at Leicester as Emeritus Professor
Blog Entry Work focuses on future of Richard III site
Trench excavated by University of Leicester archaeologists to be protected for further investigation
Blog Entry University of Leicester welcomes families of new students
Family Programme Parents’ Receptions: Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th September 2012
Blog Entry Leicester man bags Bollywood role with famous namesake
Estates manager steps into world’s biggest film industry
Blog Entry Launch of new centre to monitor effects of droughts, floods and land use change
University of Leicester launches its new Centre for Landscape and Climate Research
Blog Entry Students give University of Leicester top satisfaction rating again
University of Leicester holds top 10 position in latest National Student Survey results
Blog Entry Artists and artefacts: New exhibition uncovers secrets of museums
PhD students to hold art exhibition at the University of Leicester’s School of Museum Studies
Blog Entry University of Leicester receives major boost in heart surgery research funding
New Professor receives £1.3 million grant
Blog Entry 'What was Richard III really like?’ - A new study of the last Plantagenet king
David Baldwin of the University of Leicester discusses the controversial monarch and predictions made about the location of his remains coming true
Blog Entry New £16 million medical research facility opened in Leicester
Purpose-built University of Leicester centre will develop new techniques for fighting disease and treating patients
Blog Entry Lecture explores ‘window of opportunity’ for preventing brain degeneration
Insights into degenerative brain diseases at University of Leicester Frank May Prize lecture on 3 October
Blog Entry A simple blood test could be used to detect breast cancer
University of Leicester leads study to determine whether DNA in blood could show early signs of cancer

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