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In a week packed with news stories, we saw students battle at Bosworth and host a dating game show for charity; academics spoke on surnames and social media; and we welcomed our new glassblower to the campus.
A new study at the University of Leicester has joined up some unlikely dots and could lead to new cancer treatments
Postgraduate posters from the College of Medicine, Biological Sciences and Psychology.
On 14 March, 60 promising researchers travelled down to the House of Commons to present some of the impressive work that they have begun their careers with for a national poster competition.
For most people, selenium is just a box in the periodic table. Tucked in between arsenic and bromine, it has an atomic number of 34, it’s a dark greyish-red colour and you don’t need to be well-versed in Greek to spot that it is named after the Moon. But what does it do? What good is it?