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Blog Entry GENIE's Dynamic DNA proves a big hit once again
Dr Cas Kramer reports on another well-received outreach event.
Located in News and Events / / 2011 Archive / September
Blog Entry Five Leicester researchers who SET an example
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.
Located in News and Events / / 2011 Archive / March
Blog Entry Leicester graduates in the news: Dr Rupika Delgoda
The Jamaica Observer last week carried a great feature on Dr Rupika Delgoda who runs the Natural Product Institute at the University of the West Indies.
Located in News and Events / / 2011 Archive / January
Blog Entry Leicester Biochemist nominated for bioscience teaching award
Could this be back-to-back wins for the University of Leicester?
Located in News and Events / / 2012 Archive / January
Blog Entry Flipping the 'biochemical switch' to turn off illness
Leicester researchers 'switch off' chemical linked to heart disease and stroke.
Located in News and Events / / 2012 Archive / March
Blog Entry ‘Year’s best paper’ award for cell structure research
Journal of Cell Science has recognised outstanding work by Leicester PhD student Carla Lopes.
Located in News and Events / / 2012 Archive / May
Blog Entry University of Leicester academic publishes Catalan book on cancer
Dr Salvador Macip publishes third book on popular science essays
Located in News and Events / / 2013 Archive / January
Blog Entry Festival of Postgraduate Research - Preview no.5
Postgraduate posters from the College of Medicine, Biological Sciences and Psychology.
Located in News and Events / / 2011 Archive / June
Blog Entry The health benefits of selenium: it's much more important than you think
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?
Located in News and Events / / 2011 Archive / January
Blog Entry University of Leicester in the News, 8 - 31 March 2012
A regular review from the Press Office of coverage of the University in the media.
Located in News and Events / / 2012 Archive / April

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