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Announcements

Announcements

Researchfish submission is now open

Reporting period for research funded by any of the UK Research Councils and most major medical charities closes on 10 March

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Science researchers invited to take part in BBC Learning primary science campaign

Can you propose a project for schools across the UK? Deadline is 15 February

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Unitemps: More cost effective than external agencies

Unitemps: More cost effective than external agencies

Unitemps work in partnership with the Career Development Service to provide quality full-time and temporary staff for the University.

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LGBT History Month: Faith and Sexual Orientation

LGBT History Month: Faith and Sexual Orientation

We are celebrating LGBT History Month with a free lecture by Oxford academic Dianna Anderson.

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Happy Chinese New Year

This year is the Year of the Monkey and President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Paul Boyle would like to wish all our Chinese members of staff a happy new year.

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Latest News

Latest News

A hilarious line-up at Attenborough Arts

A hilarious line-up at Attenborough Arts

Twelve new shows specially for Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival from 11 - 20 February

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Winners of  short story competition celebrate their success

Winners of short story competition celebrate their success

Vaughan Centre for Lifelong Learning announce the winning entries in their 2015 writing competition

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Expert opinion covers Trident and cyber attacks

Expert opinion covers Trident and cyber attacks

Think: Leicester talking points: a range of topical issues tackled by academics 4 - 10 February

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Research uses Sir David Attenborough’s DNA to determine link between Y chromosome and surname

Research uses Sir David Attenborough’s DNA to determine link between Y chromosome and surname

Sir David revisited the University in January to deliver the Chancellor’s Distinguished Lecture and open new arts centre extension

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Untold stories of the Holocaust: South Russia's largest city to be explored at exhibition

Untold stories of the Holocaust: South Russia's largest city to be explored at exhibition

Stanley Burton Centre for Holocaust Studies to shed light on wartime events in Nazi occupied Rostov-on-Don in Russia

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