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The Centre for Interdisciplinary Science
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Blog Entry Alumnus shortlisted for top sci-fi writing prize
Latest novel by Geology graduate Rod Duncan is in the running for the Philip K Dick Award
Located in News and Events / / 2015 Archive / February
Blog Entry A giant leap for student-kind
University of Leicester students join moon lander project with major European space company OHB System AG
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / April
Blog Entry Cassini: unfinished business? PhD Physics student and member of Leicester Cassini Team Tom Bradley tells us more
PhD Physics student Tom Bradley discusses his involvement with the data analysis of Cassini, and the long-term impacts that the mission will have
Located in Offices / / Features / Features (2017)
Blog Entry Martian atmosphere behaves as one
Study led at Leicester finds sought-after link in Red Planet’s environment
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / July
Blog Entry Stargazing LIVE programme now available
Events of astronomical proportions taking place on Wednesday 8 January
Located in News and Events / / 2014 Archive / January
Blog Entry Is it magic? Is it science? Or a bit of both?
Arthur C Clarke once said: “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” A public lecture on 1 June will tread similar ground.
Located in News and Events / / 2010 Archive / May
Blog Entry Nanoscience in Istanbul
Leicester establishing exchange link with leading nanotechnology centre.
Located in News and Events / / 2011 Archive / December
Blog Entry How much hot air is there in the House of Commons?
University of Leicester Physics students calculate that MPs debating in the Commons produce power equivalent to 1000 light bulbs
Located in News and Events / / 2013 Archive / March
Blog Entry From truncheons to TASERs: public lecture on 'less lethal weapons'
A free public lecture on Tuesday 12 April explores the science behind weapons that are designed to incapacitate but not kill.
Located in News and Events / / 2011 Archive / April

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