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Student research helps to settle who the victor of a 'superhero showdown' would likely be

Student research helps to settle who the victor of a 'superhero showdown' would likely be

Students use scientific principles to examine the feasibility of the powers behind renowned comic book superheroes – and suggest Superman may have the greatest chance of winning in a fight

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Leicester student research stories rated most 'out of left field' in May

Leicester student research stories rated most 'out of left field' in May

Gerard Kelly & Partners list recent research into Harry Potter's spells and the feasibility of crying a river as the top two most interesting University research stories of the month

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'The Boy Who Lived'? Students put the science of Harry Potter’s universe to the test

'The Boy Who Lived'? Students put the science of Harry Potter’s universe to the test

Natural Sciences students calculate the properties of Gillyweed and Skele-Gro and how their effects must be truly magical in order to work

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