November

Artisans and activists in the world of handmade crafts

Sustainability and social justice in the crafts to be explored at University of Leicester from 8 – 11 November

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Female fish judge males on DIY skills, study shows

International team show that male fish build nests to suit local environments - and females judge males on their ability to respond to changing conditions

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New advance in RNA studies holds out hope for cancer drug development

International team led by University of Leicester designed a new method to find RNA structures linked to cancer

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Leicester's post-war memories to be preserved in £27,000 project

The East Midlands Oral History Archive wins Heritage Lottery Fund support for an oral history of post-war Leicester

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EarthSense Systems Sponsors National Air Quality Award

EarthSense Systems, the new name in commercial air quality monitoring solutions, is sponsoring a national award for air quality

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College Court’s culinary talents served two national awards

Chef and sommelier from University of Leicester conference centre secure wins in Venues of Excellence contest

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Brexit and the law

University of Leicester public events focus on legal ramifications of Britain’s EU exit

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LLEP rallies Government to support Charnwood 'Life Sciences' Zone

The Leicester & Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership (LLEP) is spearheading a campaign to ask the Government to support Charnwood Campus (the former Astra Zeneca site) near Loughborough as the UK’s first 'Life Sciences* Opportunities Zone' (LSOZ)

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LEICESTER EXPERTS LAY IT ON THE LINE

Unique knowledge of Leicester engineers supports National Grid

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University of Leicester team to update patients on latest SCAD research findings

Second Beat SCAD conference to support people with Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection taking place on Saturday 12 November

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Leicester launch of Orton memoir at University of Leicester

Sister of controversial playwright to discuss her memoir with Dr Emma Parker during University’s Literary Leicester Festival

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What can Google tell us about ‘the memory web’ in the brain?

University of Leicester research in collaboration with the University of California Los Angeles uses internet searches to show how long-term memories are coded in the brain

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How to fight and die like a Greek woman

University of Leicester free public lecture to explore depictions of ancient Greek women in combat on Tuesday 15 November

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From Disaster Chef to Winning Chef

One of Britain’s most disastrous cooks, Bassam Al Yaseen from Leicester, has been crowned the winner of Kenwood Disaster Chef 2016

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Conservation project to save threatened wildflowers from extinction

University of Leicester Botanic Garden launches Genebank55 project to conserve Leicestershire & Rutland’s rare plant species

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Sessions staged to prevent Type 2 diabetes

Free fitness and healthy eating workshops will be staged in Leicester over the next five months

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Space technology used for cancer imaging featured in new book for medical practioners

Universities of Leicester and Nottingham research features in new book described as essential reference for surgeons, theatre staff and other key medical personnel

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Award for Centre for Medicine’s sustainability credentials

Largest non-residential Passivhaus building at University of Leicester is attracting praise for its approach to managing its environmental impact

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Digital opportunities for crisis work and international development

University of Leicester launches Newton Tech4Dev Network bridging academics, humanitarians, and developing country partners on 25 & 26 November

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University of Leicester and Japanese University in new agreement

Link between Kanazawa Institute of Technology and Leicester paves way for staff and student exchanges and new academic programmes

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Mysteries of enzyme mechanism revealed

International team led by University of Leicester unveil hidden step in enzyme mechanism

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Earth’s ‘technosphere’ now weighs 30 trillion tons, research finds

University of Leicester researchers outline how kinds of products of our technology now outnumber the planet’s biotic species

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Women's sexual and reproductive health during humanitarian crisis tackled at international conference

Research project aims to reduce the number of women falling ill or dying as a result of complications from unsafe menstrual regulation, unsafe abortion and post abortion care in flood-prone areas in Bangladesh

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