August

Learning Lessons to Improve Care

Learning Lessons to Improve Care

University of Leicester academic authors local Mortality Review

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Online debating platform provides opportunity for academics to share opinions on topical news

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Walking reduces frequency of kidney disease symptoms, study finds

Walking reduces frequency of kidney disease symptoms, study finds

Study shows that walking for 30 minutes, three to five days a week can significantly reduce kidney disease symptoms

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New Blazing Car Murder investigation leads

New Blazing Car Murder investigation leads

Dr John Bond reveals the team investigating 1930's cold case have 'two good prospects'

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How the Gaza conflict will traumatise a generation of young people

How the Gaza conflict will traumatise a generation of young people

Professor Panos Vostanis explores how adolescents are affected by psychological disorders in warzones

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New student anthology to be published

New student anthology to be published

The New Luciad anthology launch event to take place on Tuesday 12 August in the Library Bookshop

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First scholarships recognising research potential awarded

First scholarships recognising research potential awarded

New scheme encourages excellent arts and humanities Masters students to progress to doctoral level

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Leicester chemistry graduate heads east

Leicester chemistry graduate heads east

Former student receives scholarship to take on PhD at University of Tokyo

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Archaeology team discovers ancient bodies

Archaeology team discovers ancient bodies

Team led by Dr Oliver Harris from the School of Archaeology and Ancient History discovers Bronze Age burial cist in Ardnamurchan peninsula

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Research shows no rise in autism in last two decades

Research shows no rise in autism in last two decades

Professor Terry Brugha involved in research which reveals no change in prevalence of autism spectrum disorders between 1990 and 2010

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Leicester the most affordable student destination, research finds

Leicester the most affordable student destination, research finds

HSBC research reveals cost of living at universities around Britain with Leicester coming out as the most affordable

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Grant awarded to Leicester Kidney Exercise Team

Grant awarded to Leicester Kidney Exercise Team

£50,000 secured for prominent research into kidney related fitness issues

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New insights into the lifestyle of Richard III

New insights into the lifestyle of Richard III

Chemistry analysis of the King's remains reveals changes in his diet and where he lived

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Research focus on hearing loss

Research focus on hearing loss

Study reveals changes in coating of auditory nerve affect our hearing

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Rock and Roll – New research could optimise fracking process

Rock and Roll – New research could optimise fracking process

‘Rock breaking’ research could improve efficiency and reduce environmental impacts of fracking

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Designs for state-of-the-art gallery building finalised

Designs for state-of-the-art gallery building finalised

Plans for the design of Embrace Arts’s exciting new sculpture and visual arts exhibition have now been finalised

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Student victorious in archery world championship

Student victorious in archery world championship

Gold Sports Scholarship student Kieran Slater and team battle for bronze medal in World Archery University Championship

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Funding for Leicester Castle digital project

Funding for Leicester Castle digital project

New heritage project 'Leicester Castle Tells Its Story' to launch in 2015

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Celebrating 10th anniversary of Centre for Interdisciplinary Science

Celebrating 10th anniversary of Centre for Interdisciplinary Science

Leading science personality Dr Kevin Fong to speak about his journey to becoming a top interdisciplinary scientist during lecture on Friday 5 September

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New video shows Richard III Memorial Stone lifted

New video shows Richard III Memorial Stone lifted

FWA Conservation lift relic at Leicester Cathedral to mark anniversary of the Battle of Bosworth

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Worldwide water scarcity will increase the privatisation of water resources

Worldwide water scarcity will increase the privatisation of water resources

Local collectives should control the world’s shrinking water supplies rather than multinational companies, according to expert Dr Georgios Patsiaouras

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Thought Leadership - read latest views and opinions from Leicester academics and join The Conversation

Thought Leadership - read latest views and opinions from Leicester academics and join The Conversation

Academics and experts from the University contribute their thoughts on the life and legacy of Lord Attenborough; conspiracy theorists; the threat of ISIS in Iraq

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Study into rare heart problem

Study into rare heart problem

Leicester team leads UK’s first scientific study into disease

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