Jonathan Smith, a PhD Student in the Department for Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour, has won a scientific writing competition for his essay on a “Superhero” Beetle.
Our Students’ Union is so much more than a place for sports and entertainment. They offer a huge range of support services for student. The following guest post from the SU explains more.
Dr Kal Karim has been shortlisted in the Science and Engineering Category.
Holocaust Memorial Day takes place on 27 January and the University will be marking the loss of life during the holocaust with a series of events and public lectures.
The Centre for American Studies invites you to “Obamapalooza: Reflecting on Obama and Looking Ahead".
Earth Observation scientists offer a rare glimpse of city and county from orbit
Professor Dirk Moses (Sydney) to explore the links between European colonial atrocities and the Holocaust in free public lecture on Tuesday 24 January
Double-bill discounted tickets available for some of 18 new shows hosted at Centre by local favourites and new emerging comedians
Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust is supporting the appointment of specialist professorial teams at our University
Leicester graduate Anietie Isong has recently published his first novel, Radio Sunrise