July

New community counting materials for children launched

New community counting materials for children launched

Poster and playing cards feature local schoolchildren and Leicester legends Mark Selby, Professor Sir Alec Jeffreys and Richard III

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Book on British spy fiction receives prestigious award

Book on British spy fiction receives prestigious award

Dr Alan Burton receives RUSA Outstanding Reference Sources Award 2017 for recent publication

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Museum Studies students host an experiment in the Gallery

Museum Studies students host an experiment in the Gallery

Exhibition in collaboration with De Montfort University from 1 – 22 July explores themes of time and space

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West Antarctic Ice Sheet loss over the last 11,000 years shown in new study

West Antarctic Ice Sheet loss over the last 11,000 years shown in new study

Results of study involving Leicester scientist shed new light on how environmental change could impact rising sea levels in the future

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New video features student effort to develop eco-friendly technologies

New video features student effort to develop eco-friendly technologies

Socrates project offers a unique high quality training programme for 15 researchers, EU-wide, in both universities and industries

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Award for Leicester Law student

Award for Leicester Law student

Leicester student Khalida Azhigulova recognised for outstanding work

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Expert opinions cover Juno, Jupiter, the Kurdish Referendum and hacking

Expert opinions cover Juno, Jupiter, the Kurdish Referendum and hacking

The Conversation and Think: Leicester talking points: a range of topical issues tackled by academics between 1 - 12 July

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Academic publishes new book on Brexit, Trump and the Media

Academic publishes new book on Brexit, Trump and the Media

Leicester academic co-edits new book providing insights into modern political developments

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Expert discusses popularity of ITV's 'Love Island' with the BBC

Expert discusses popularity of ITV's 'Love Island' with the BBC

Tor Clark addresses recent complaints about characters shown smoking in the popular TV programme

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Student who started as a 12-year-old is youngest ever to graduate from our University

Student who started as a 12-year-old is youngest ever to graduate from our University

First-class degree for Yasha Asley, who turned 15 last month, and will now go on to study for a PhD in the Department of Mathematics

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British summer holiday habits of the past explored by Leicester researchers

British summer holiday habits of the past explored by Leicester researchers

Historical interviews show that seaside holidays and trips to local tourist attractions were popular choices in the 19th century

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Expert opinions cover Euroscepticism, Brexit and Jupiter's Great Red Spot

Expert opinions cover Euroscepticism, Brexit and Jupiter's Great Red Spot

The Conversation and Think: Leicester talking points: a range of topical issues tackled by academics between 13 - 19 July

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Leicester geologist leads new book on the forensic application of microfossils

Leicester geologist leads new book on the forensic application of microfossils

Professor Mark Williams has recently published a new book exploring how microfossils can be used to shed light on human history

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PhD student develops cancer survival prediction tool

PhD student develops cancer survival prediction tool

Sarwar Islam from our Department of Health Sciences develops unique online application to help to interpret statistics on cancer survival

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Prestigious fellowship for life-saving research

Prestigious fellowship for life-saving research

Novel study by researcher in Department of Cardiovascular Sciences will examine potential of breathing exercise for stroke survivors

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PhD researcher developing technique to estimate biomass and carbon more efficiently

PhD researcher developing technique to estimate biomass and carbon more efficiently

Tom Potter from the Department of Geography has used state-of-the-art mobile LiDAR sensors across multiple and complex forest environments at the Eden Project

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Start creating opportunities in Leicester

Start creating opportunities in Leicester

Attenborough Arts Centre has been selected for an arts education programme

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From flying warehouses to robot toilets – five technologies that could shape the future

From flying warehouses to robot toilets – five technologies that could shape the future

Leandro L. Minku, Nervo Xavier Verdezoto D. and Stephan Reiff-Marganiec from the Department of Informatics discuss advancing technologies and how they could benefit us

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