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Blog Entry Space technologies to help improve environmental and living conditions at banks of the Ganges
International team led by University of Leicester scientists monitors land use, food and water security at Ganges Basin
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / May
Blog Entry Project to help measure pollution of urban atmosphere in cities
University partnership with Bluesky to improve understanding of nitrogen dioxide in cities
Located in News and Events / / 2014 Archive / November
Physics and Poetry of the Northern Lights
*PLEASE NOTE THE LOCATION HAS CHANGED TO PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY LECTURE THEATRE B*
Located in Academic Departments / / Leicester Physics Centre / Past events
Blog Entry The innovative technology that will explore planet Mercury in unprecedented detail
Leicester scientists to present out of this world research behind BepiColombo mission to Mercury at Farnborough Airshow on 20 July
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / July
Blog Entry Science Minister praises Leicester's leading position in space science - and pledges to visit University
Leicester West MP Liz Kendall highlights Leicester as ‘a world leader in space research and engineering’
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / July
Blog Entry Honorary Graduate, 11 July 2013 11am – Professor Ken Pounds
Emeritus Professor of Space Physics known for his discovery of black holes
Located in News and Events / / 2013 Archive / July
Blog Entry Astrophysics Professor talks junk!
Professor Martin Barstow, Head of our College of Science and Engineering, was interviewed in yesterday’s Daily Telegraph as part of a feature on the dangers of orbiting debris or ‘space junk’.
Located in News and Events / / 2010 Archive / November
Blog Entry Walking in the air: a satellite's view of the UK under snow
If you’re already missing the sight of the snowy landscape, our space scientists have provided the best view of it – from above the atmosphere!
Located in News and Events / / 2010 Archive / December
Blog Entry Exploring the red planet in leaps and bounds
Space scientists in Leicester are working on plans for a revolutionary new type of Martian rover – one that doesn’t have any wheels.
Located in News and Events / / 2010 Archive / November
Blog Entry Running rings around a gas giant: Leicester Academic presents stunning new images of Saturn
One of our astronomers, working on data from the Cassini mission, has presented some amazing new images of Saturn’s aurora at an international conference.
Located in News and Events / / 2010 Archive / September

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