June

Revolutionary technology to improve bedside tumour diagnosis in patients

Universities of Leicester and Nottingham to develop mini hybrid gamma ray camera to revolutionise identification and removal of tumours and lymph nodes

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College Court to increase capacity due to high demand

University of Leicester Conference Centre and Hotel adds 100-delegate meeting room to its offering

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Patients and public get to the heart of research

University of Leicester study investigates how cardiac surgery can lead to organ damage

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University of Leicester launches archaeology fieldschool at Bradgate Park

Archaeologists set to unearth secrets from the Stone Age through to the Second World War at popular county attraction

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University of Leicester to lead development of space instrument

Mission aims to understand how the Sun affects the Earth’s magnetic environment and space weather

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Century-old ‘culture of blame’ is still prominent today, say researchers

University of Leicester event to explore how patient safety and medical negligence have a forgotten historical legacy that can inform policy-makers today

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Fishy antics on TV get expert University advice

BBC Springwatch benefits from biologists' expertise on sticklebacks and ospreys

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Art and science seen in a new light at Leicester Physics Centre evening lecture

Former University of Leicester artist in residence Jo Joelson presents ‘Library of Light’ talk on Wednesday 10 June

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Do you eat as much as a hobbit?

Scientific investigations by University of Leicester students into Tolkien’s Middle-earth

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Discover the key to composting

Demonstration site opened at University of Leicester Botanic Garden

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Academic warns of the effects of tax avoidance on national economies in new documentary

University of Leicester researcher to appear in ‘The Price We Pay’ making its British premiere at Open City Documentary Festival in London on 19 June

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‘Focus on Medicine’ Open Day to inspire tomorrow’s doctors

Students interested in studying medicine invited to University of Leicester event on Saturday 20 June

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Finalists of the 2015 Reaxys® PhD Prize Announced

University of Leicester Chemistry postgraduate among those shortlisted for prestigious prize

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University of Leicester to hold 2015 Summer School on Materials Processing

Centre for Doctoral Training in Innovative Metal Processing (IMPaCT) welcomes experts to lecture at five-day event

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Barbarians from the West: an Arabic perspective of the Crusades

Lecture by University of Leicester History postgraduate on Friday 19 June to examine Arabic writings overlooked in the West

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World leaders announced in support for HeForShe

University of Leicester was among first institutions in the world to support UN campaign

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Number crunchers: how maths drives Formula One and launches Angry Birds

University of Leicester offers free online course to learn about the importance of calculus in modern life

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Report finds most hate crimes against LGB and T victims go unreported

University of Leicester report reveals a significant number of victims remain silent and struggle to inform police

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Archaeology discovery day to reveal mysteries of Bradgate Park

Free public University of Leicester event to explore new findings at popular attraction to take place on Saturday 27 June

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Richard III discovery at the Royal Society Summer Exhibition

University of Leicester scientists present their research at public event from 30 June – 5 July 2015

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Genes responsible for increased activity during the summer

University of Leicester researchers reveal that a thermosensory gene changes behaviour in warmer climates

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Leicester pioneers introduce new imaging autopsy service to the NHS

University of Leicester and Leicester’s Hospitals researchers introduce novel new service to NHS in Leicestershire

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Study into visual 'supersense' provides new insights

Researchers discover new insights into the ability to perceive polarisation of light in humans

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