March

Rage and the marine explored in aggression study

Rage and the marine explored in aggression study

Biologists to provide insights from fish in international ‘Aggressotype’ project

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Charity hosts events to celebrate and inspire women

Charity hosts events to celebrate and inspire women

Organisation led by Leicester PhD student marks International Women’s Day on 8 March

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Author behind the “The Rotters’ Club” to give free public lecture

Author behind the “The Rotters’ Club” to give free public lecture

3rd Annual Creative Writing Lecture delivered by award-winning writer Jonathan Coe on Wednesday 5 March 2014

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New national guidance to help prevent rise in diabetes

New national guidance to help prevent rise in diabetes

Leicester academics help shape National Institute for Health and Care Excellence guidance

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Study finds that cancer patients protect themselves from bad news

Study finds that cancer patients protect themselves from bad news

Leicester healthcare professionals develop support tool to help determine patients’ preferences during consultation

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Air quality mapper to be trialled across UK

Air quality mapper to be trialled across UK

Bluesky announce commercial trials of satellite prototype developed by Leicester scientists

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Naomi Allaway all “SET for Britain”

Naomi Allaway all “SET for Britain”

Leicester students to present cancer cell regulation research in Parliament

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‘Business managers and bosses could learn important lessons from The Lego Movie’

‘Business managers and bosses could learn important lessons from The Lego Movie’

Professor Martin Parker from the School of Management outlines how The Lego Movie shows what audiences think of large corporations

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Lifting the lid on the science and collaborations behind Richard III discovery

Lifting the lid on the science and collaborations behind Richard III discovery

Big Bang Fair stand on Richard III highlights interdisciplinary research by University in uncovering last Plantagenet king between 13-16 March

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How to stop elitism in graduate recruitment?

How to stop elitism in graduate recruitment?

Public debate will ask what recruiters and universities must do to remove barriers to social mobility

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University to hear from award-winning educational pioneer

University to hear from award-winning educational pioneer

Diversity Seminar featuring Julia Malkin to focus on “Exploring diverse experience through poetry” at School of Psychology on Tuesday 18 March 2014

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A need for speed will drive you up the wall

A need for speed will drive you up the wall

Driving a racing car at an angle of 90 degrees to the ground could be possible with the right track design, suggests student paper

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My Kingdom for a Knight

My Kingdom for a Knight

University of Leicester theatre group LUTheatre to revive award-winning chess-themed production of Richard III

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Exclusive interview with an astronaut

Exclusive interview with an astronaut

Belgian Astronaut Frank de Winne offers insight for future space pioneers

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New Richard III audio tour available

New Richard III audio tour available

Re-live the story of the last plantagenet king’s final days in Leicester

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Alumni Dinner triumph

Alumni Dinner triumph

Record numbers attended annual gala evening last month

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Parental care of the young from 450 million years ago

Parental care of the young from 450 million years ago

Leicester-led scientists discover new species in pre-historic ‘nursery in the sea’

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Young learners to view ground-breaking biomedical science firsthand

Young learners to view ground-breaking biomedical science firsthand

Local schools invited to tour biomedical research facility during National Science Week - 15-24 March

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Northern Irish parades and protests in the age of social media

Northern Irish parades and protests in the age of social media

Dr Paul Reilly is investigating how Northern Irish communities use Facebook and Twitter in relation to controversial events

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Leicester sponsors new award for employers striving to help the most disadvantaged students

Leicester sponsors new award for employers striving to help the most disadvantaged students

University of Leicester’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Robert Burgess will present a new award for social mobility in graduate recruitment on Thursday, 20 March

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Catapult announces three new Centres of Excellence

Catapult announces three new Centres of Excellence

University of Leicester, University of Nottingham and British Geological Survey in new consortium

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Maths gets down to business

Maths gets down to business

University of Leicester to work with business and industry to shape postgraduate degree programmes

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Students get green-fingered for campus ‘Good Life’

Students get green-fingered for campus ‘Good Life’

Green Party Leader to observe student self-sufficiency project at University of Leicester on Thursday 20 March

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Top firms debate how to improve fairness in graduate jobs market

Top firms debate how to improve fairness in graduate jobs market

University hosts Leicester Exchanges debate on Social Mobility – Realising Ambitions at the offices of Teach First in London on Thursday, 13 March

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Camera obscurer: How the Doppler Effect could get you out of a speeding ticket

Camera obscurer: How the Doppler Effect could get you out of a speeding ticket

Physics and Astronomy students find it would be possible to become invisible to speed cameras – if you could travel at a sixth of the speed of light

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The Sounds of the Cultural Quarter

The Sounds of the Cultural Quarter

New project to investigate sounds of Leicester's past and present

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Funding windfall links University PhD talent with industry

Funding windfall links University PhD talent with industry

Prestigious Industrial CASE Studentships will encourage collaboration between Leicester scientists and industry

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Driving employability for tomorrow’s Future Leaders

Driving employability for tomorrow’s Future Leaders

University Awards programme with Enterprise Rent-A-Car to offer students valuable insight into the world of work

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A Crusading Richard III?

A Crusading Richard III?

Professor Norman Housley discusses evidence connecting the last Plantagenet king with The Crusades

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Leicester experts map structure of lung cancer culprit protein

Leicester experts map structure of lung cancer culprit protein

University of Leicester researchers have discovered the molecular structure of a protein which causes an aggressive type of lung cancer

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Leicester top-ranked among UK universities for employing graduates

Leicester top-ranked among UK universities for employing graduates

The University of Leicester is ranked as the top employer of graduates among UK universities by The Complete University Guide

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New tool for retailers to test their loss prevention programme

New tool for retailers to test their loss prevention programme

Online benchmarking tool developed by University of Leicester enables retailers to understand how their shrinkage strategy is performing

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Maths students get formula down to a tea

University of Leicester maths students’ equation equals a perfect builders’ brew

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Technofossils – an unprecedented legacy left behind by humans

Technofossils – an unprecedented legacy left behind by humans

New international study by academics from the University highlights unique nature of fossil footprint left behind by mankind

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EU Careers Day for students

EU Careers Day for students

University of Leicester hosted successful EU Careers Day to promote job opportunities at European Union Institutions

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Scientists solve decades old space mystery

Scientists solve decades old space mystery

New theory advanced for how collapsed stars become polluted – pointing to ominous fate that awaits planet Earth

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Primary school students take flight as legal eagles

Primary school students take flight as legal eagles

Students from the School of Law provide give primary school children an insight into critical legal issues

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Stem cell register record broken in Leicester

Stem cell register record broken in Leicester

Student group Leicester Marrow involved in record breaking 'One Spit Wonder' campaign

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Georgian chocolate-making rooms opened to the public

Georgian chocolate-making rooms opened to the public

Dr Kate Loveman's discovery contributes to historic recipe for royal chocolate at Hampton Court Palace

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World of forensic science and criminal justice revealed

World of forensic science and criminal justice revealed

Free course explores how the police use science in criminal investigations and how it interacts with the criminal justice system

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Is it Richard III?

Is it Richard III?

Peer-review research will point to evidence confirming identity of remains

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New discovery suggests Ice Age hunters targeted Bradgate Park as a hunting ground

New discovery suggests Ice Age hunters targeted Bradgate Park as a hunting ground

University of Leicester Archaeological Services involved in project discovering 15,000 year old remains in Bradgate Park

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Students celebrate Varsity victory

Students celebrate Varsity victory

Results from this year's local competition with DMU and photos from rugby matches at Leicester Tigers' stadium

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English Local History leading the way

English Local History leading the way

University of Leicester partnership with Google's Niantic Labs to provide historical information to the popular Field Trip app

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Student voices transform Leicester's medical curriculum

Student voices transform Leicester's medical curriculum

Medical students seek additional practical experience during degree in response to Francis Report

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