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Meningitis vaccine awareness for new students

All new students coming to university are being encouraged to have the meningitis (MenACWY) vaccine before arriving.

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Knitters and crocheters wanted for university project

Do you knit or crochet? Find out more about an exciting opportunity to use your skills.

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Merger of History and Politics creates new School

New School of History, Politics and International Relations (HyPIR) announced

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Recognising excellent staff

Recognising excellent staff

One week left to submit your nominations for the Discovering Excellence Awards

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Statement on universities in Turkey by Magna Charta Observatory

University of Leicester is one of the signatories to the Magna Charta Universitatum

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Latest News

Latest News

Joe Orton’s celebrated play Loot to be explored 50 years after premiere

Joe Orton’s celebrated play Loot to be explored 50 years after premiere

Friends, family and fans gather in Leicester on 24 and 25 September on anniversary of controversial play

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Research reveals 'dramatic increase' in baby virus admissions to Leicester's hospitals

Research reveals 'dramatic increase' in baby virus admissions to Leicester's hospitals

Dr Julian Tang from the Department of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation authors new study

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‘Hijacking’ of religious symbols by extremists intensifies rifts and tensions, suggests academic

‘Hijacking’ of religious symbols by extremists intensifies rifts and tensions, suggests academic

Dr Saeeda Shah from the School of Education discusses how Islamic symbols are distorted through extremism

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Understanding how wildfires impact ecosystems could improve predictions of future climate changes, researcher suggests

Understanding how wildfires impact ecosystems could improve predictions of future climate changes, researcher suggests

Dr Kirsten Barrett outlines the impact of wildfires on society and climate in southern Siberia

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Researcher explores the 'special skills' required to be a medieval baker

Researcher explores the 'special skills' required to be a medieval baker

As The Great British Bake Off returns to our screens, PhD student Becky Lawton, who works on Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts with the British Library, discusses baking guilds in medieval Europe

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