University of Leicester in the Media - November 2011

Posted by fi17 at Nov 02, 2011 04:35 PM |
A monthly summary of online articles featuring the University of Leicester, with links to stories available online

You can access details of previous months' media as well as press coverage here.

Broadcast News

Dr Farida Vis was interviewed by BBC Radio Surrey on 18 November and BBC Radio Kent on 20 November about her survey into allotment availability.

30 November 

Breakthrough in the battle against malaria - HealthCanal.com The advance is the result of a collaboration between medical scientists at the University of Leicesterin the UK and a team from the French Institut ...

Breakthrough in the Battle against Malaria - Drug Discovery & Development The advance is the result of a collaboration between medical scientists at the University of Leicesterin the UK and a team from the French Institut ...

Africa: Researchers Find Malaria Parasite's Blood Lifeline - AllAfrica.com Andrew Tobin of Britain's University of Leicester said the search for a new weapon was vital, given the parasite's dismaying ability to build resistance ...

Breakthrough In The Battle Against Malaria - RedOrbit The advance is the result of a collaboration between medical scientists at the University of Leicesterin the UK and a team from the French Institut ...

Scientists Claim to have Made Malaria Breakthrough - TopNews New Zealand In this regard, a research was recently carried out by researchers from the University of Leicester, in cooperation with groups from Canada and Lausanne in ...

Proteins Supporting Survival of Malaria Parasite Found - News Tonight The researchers of Leicester University are overjoyed over their findings. It is estimated that every year, malaria leads to the death of 780000 people all ...

Experts find malaria's parasite's lifeline - Independent Online Andrew Tobin of Britain's University of Leicester said the search for a new weapon was vital, given the parasite's dismaying ability to build resistance ...

Breakthrough in Battle Against Malaria - MedIndia Andrew Tobin of Britain's University of Leicester said the search for a new weapon was vital, given the parasite's dismaying ability to build resistance ...

Scientists make Malaria breakthrough - Sky News Australia Researchers at the University of Leicester, with teams from Lausanne in Switzerland, and Canada, hope their discovery will provide a breakthrough in ...

Scientists make Malaria breakthrough - BigPond News Researchers at the University of Leicester, with teams from Lausanne in Switzerland, and Canada, hope their discovery will provide a breakthrough in ...

Scientists make Malaria breakthrough - Sky News Australia Researchers at the University of Leicester, with teams from Lausanne in Switzerland, and Canada, hope their discovery will provide a breakthrough in ...

Researchers find malaria parasite's blood lifeline - AsiaOne Andrew Tobin of Britain's University of Leicester said the search for a new weapon was vital, given the parasite's dismaying ability to build resistance ...

Malaria's Achilles' heel found - HealthCanal.com Collaborators included scientists at the University of Leicester in the UK and a team from the French Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche ...

Researchers find malaria parasite's blood lifeline - Saudi Gazette Andrew Tobin of Britain's University of Leicester said the search for a new weapon was vital, given the parasite's dismaying ability to build resistance ...

Scientists Make Malaria Killer Breakthrough - Mix 96 Researchers at the University of Leicester, with teams from Lausanne in Switzerland, and Canada, hope their discovery will provide a breakthrough in ...

Four PhD graduates to showcase cutting-edge research in University ... - News-Medical.net The University of Leicester has announced its upcoming Doctoral Inaugural Lectures for 2011, which celebrate and showcase four doctoral graduates who are ...

29 November 

Scientists Make Malaria Killer Breakthrough - KL.FM 96.7 Researchers at the University of Leicester, with teams from Lausanne in Switzerland, and Canada, hope their discovery will provide a breakthrough in ...

Scientists Make Malaria Killer Breakthrough - Eagle Radio Researchers at the University of Leicester, with teams from Lausanne in Switzerland, and Canada, hope their discovery will provide a breakthrough in ...

Researchers find malaria parasite's blood lifeline - MSN Philippines News Andrew Tobin of Britain's University of Leicester said the search for a new weapon was vital, given the parasite's dismaying ability to build resistance ...

Scientists Make Malaria Killer Breakthrough - 106 JACK fm Researchers at the University of Leicester, with teams from Lausanne in Switzerland, and Canada, hope their discovery will provide a breakthrough in ...

Scientists Make Malaria Killer Breakthrough - Sky News Researchers at the University of Leicester, with teams from Lausanne in Switzerland, and Canada, hope their discovery will provide a breakthrough in ...

Fight Against Malaria Breakthrough - Medical News Today The breakthrough has been achieved thanks to a collaboration between medical scientists at theUniversity of Leicester in the UK and a team from the French ...

Breakthrough in Fight Against Malaria - Outlook The advance is the result of a collaboration between medical scientists at the University of Leicesterin the UK and a team from the French Institut ...

Breakthrough in the battle against malaria - Medical Xpress The advance is the result of a collaboration between medical scientists at the University of Leicesterin the UK and a team from the French Institut ...

Breakthrough in the battle against malaria - PhysOrg.com The advance is the result of a collaboration between medical scientists at the University of Leicesterin the UK and a team from the French Institut ...

Researchers find malaria parasite's blood lifeline - Africasia Andrew Tobin of Britain's University of Leicester said the search for a new weapon was vital, given the parasite's dismaying ability to build resistance ...

University of Leicester scientists' malaria discovery - BBC News Medical scientists from the University of Leicester say they have made an important breakthrough in the fight against malaria. The disease is caused by the ...

Researchers find malaria parasite's blood lifeline - StarAfrica.com Andrew Tobin of Britain's University of Leicester said the search for a new weapon was vital, given the parasite's dismaying ability to build resistance ...

Breakthrough in the battle against malaria - Science Codex The advance is the result of a collaboration between medical scientists at the University of Leicesterin the UK and a team from the French Institut ...

Researchers find malaria parasite's blood lifeline - FRANCE 24 Andrew Tobin of Britain's University of Leicester said the search for a new weapon was vital, given the parasite's dismaying ability to build resistance ...

Scientists Make Malaria Killer Breakthrough - Sky News Researchers at the University of Leicester, with teams from Lausanne in Switzerland, and Canada, hope their discovery will provide a breakthrough in ...

Researchers find malaria parasite's blood lifeline - Radio Netherlands Andrew Tobin of Britain's University of Leicester said the search for a new weapon was vital, given the parasite's dismaying ability to build resistance ...

Researchers find malaria parasite's blood lifeline - AFP Andrew Tobin of Britain's University of Leicester said the search for a new weapon was vital, given the parasite's dismaying ability to build resistance ...

Fight against malaria gets a boost - Deccan Herald The advance is the result of a collaboration between medical scientists at the University of Leicesterin the UK and a team from the French Institut ...

Breakthrough in fight against malaria ? - Zee News The breakthrough was made by the teams led by Professor Andrew Tobin at the University of Leicester and Professor Christian Doerig, now at Monash University ...

Breakthrough in the battle against malaria - EurekAlert This is professor Andrew Tobin of the University of Leicester. ... 4 Protein and Nucleic Acid Chemistry Laboratory, University of Leicester, ...

Should monuments be lit at night? - BBC News ... chances are they will think Stonehenge," says Clive Ruggles, professor of archaeoastronomy at theUniversity of Leicester. "There's been loads of effort ...

Night lighting for Stonehenge? - SmartPlanet.com (blog)  In a debate with Pakenham on BBC radio this morning, University of Leicester professor Clive Ruggles pointed out that Stonehenge is “iconic of the ...

Antarctica trip is a good way for ship to break the ice - Portsmouth News The second will see scientists from the University of Leicester who collaborate with the BAS visit James Ross Island to look for evidence of changes in ...

Amy carries torch for the 2012 Games - Knutsford Guardian Amy, who now lives in London after gaining a first class degree at Leicester University, will carry the torch for 150 metres of the route. ...

New way of monitoring blood pressure wins innovation and ... - News-Medical.net Revolutionary device developed by University of Leicester, in collaboration ... The University of Leicester has won the prestigious Times Higher Education ...

Branded by bullies - Herald Scotland Dr Jane Pilcher, a sociologist at the University of Leicester views uniform as a positive tool in helping to diminish brand bullying, but she thinks it can ... 

28 November 

Women Best At Online Socialising - FemaleFirst.co.uk Dr Ruth Page, of the Department of English, University of Leicester, has completed an extensive study of the use of social media – including how celebrities ...

Women are best at being social on social media, according to a new ... - HealthCanal.com Dr Ruth Page, of the Department of English, University of Leicester, has completed an extensive study of the use of social media – including how celebrities ...

The ABCC9 of sleep - Science Codex In collaboration with scientists from the Leicester University, the team blocked the function of the ABCC9 homolog in the fly nervous system, the duration ...

Scientists Discover Gene That Allows People to Get by on Four ... - Fox News After finding that a similar gene was present in fruit flies, the team—in collaboration with scientists from Leicester University, in central ...

The ABCC9 of sleep: A genetic factor that regulates how long we sleep - Medical Xpress In collaboration with scientists from the Leicester University, the team blocked the function of the ABCC9 homolog in the fly nervous system, the duration ...

The ABCC9 of sleep: A genetic factor that regulates how long we sleep - PhysOrg.com In collaboration with scientists from the Leicester University, the team blocked the function of the ABCC9 homolog in the fly nervous system, the duration ...

Two decades of dedication - Independent Online England is the spiritual home of the game, and there's a lot of nostalgia for me there because I studied at Leicester University. Also, the easiest part of ...

HIV/Aids: Why were the campaigns successful in the West? - BBC News They were visually so striking," says Dr Sarah Graham of Leicester University, who recently organised an exhibition of Aids poster campaigns. ...

British University Confers Visiting Fellowship on AMU English ... - Northern Voices Online ALIGARH: The School of English, University of Leicester, UK has conferred the title and status of Honorary Visiting Fellow on Professor Abdur Raheem Kidwai, ... 

27 November

26 November

Scientists Find Gene That Controls Sleep - FOX 4 News After finding that a similar gene was present in fruit flies, the team -- in collaboration with scientists from Leicester University, in central England ...

Scientists Find Gene That Controls Sleep - FOX 9 News After finding that a similar gene was present in fruit flies, the team -- in collaboration with scientists from Leicester University, in central England ...

Scientists Find Gene That Controls Sleep - Fox News Local Affiliates After finding that a similar gene was present in fruit flies, the team -- in collaboration with scientists from Leicester University, in central England ...

Awards hat-trick for Bognor Regis school's staff - Bognor Today He had spent three years on a distance learning course at the University of Leicester in history and international politics. “It was most extraordinary to ...

25 November 

My hero: WG Hoskins by Penelope Lively - The Guardian ... presiding over local history and landscape history studies from his professorial chair at Leicester University. He raised the profile of local history, ...

QOF diabetes targets are not evidence-based, study suggests - GP online Leicester GP Professor Kamlesh Khunti, professor of primary care diabetes at the University of Leicester, said the data supported other studies showing the ...

Police take to social media in their droves - Vertical Leap News Speaking to theinquirer.net of the trend, media and communications lecturer at the University of Leicester Dr Paul Reilly explained: ”Every territorial ...

24 November 

Internships that provide real benefits - Leicester Mercury At the University of Leicester we feel very strongly that our students and graduates need to develop leadership skills and obtain relevant work experience ...

Roving for Martians - Sydney Morning Herald ... astrobiology and space instrumentation at Britain's University of Leicester and former mission manager of the European Space Agency's Beagle 2 mission. ...

The ABCC9 of sleep: A genetic factor regulates how long we sleep - Science Daily In collaboration with scientists from the Leicester University, the team blocked the function of the ABCC9 homolog in the fly nervous system, the duration ...

The ABCC9 of sleep - HealthCanal.com In collaboration with scientists from the Leicester University, the team blocked the function of the ABCC9 homolog in the fly nervous system, the duration ...

'Elections are bad for business' - Scoop.co.nz... co-authored by Artem Durnev of the University of Iowa, Maria Boutchkova of the University of Leicester and Hitesh Doshi of the University of Houston. ...

Elections are bad for business - study - Voxy ... co-authored by Artem Durnev of the University of Iowa, Maria Boutchkova of the University of Leicester and Hitesh Doshi of the University of Houston. ...

Elections are bad for business - study - guide2.co.nz ... co-authored by Artem Durnev of the University of Iowa, Maria Boutchkova of the University of Leicester and Hitesh Doshi of the University of Houston. ...

'Elections are bad for business' - Massey News... co-authored by Artem Durnev of the University of Iowa, Maria Boutchkova of the University of Leicester and Hitesh Doshi of the University of Houston. ...

More police take to Twitter - Inquirer Dr Paul Reilly, media and communication lecturer at the University of Leicester said, "There has been a massive surge in the number of police officers ...

Over 600 police officers now using Twitter - V3.co.uk (blog) Speaking at a Westminster Forum event, Paul Reilly, a lecturer in media and communications at the University of Leicester, noted that since the riots the ...

MBAs plug into remote study - The Independent More than 8000 students now subscribe to the University of Leicester's distance learning programmes. Oxford Brookes University offers 200 examination ...

Pair in the running for awards - Keynsham People Brendan, who did an access to higher education course at the college and is now at Leicester University, is in line for the Solent Stevedores Flying Start ...

Take pride in your area and stop the burglars - Leicester Mercury The University of Leicester launched the campaign yesterday in Victoria Park to strengthen relationships between residents and students, cut anti-social ... 

23 November 

Serabi Gold plc ("Serabi" or "the Company") Drilling Update ... - Stockhouse He holds a BSc (Hons) Geology, University of London, a MSc Mining Geology, University of Leicester and is a Fellow of the Institute of Materials, ...

Maine thankful to be located in happy middle - Lewiston Sun Journal Researchers at Britain's University of Leicester have developed the “World Map of Happiness.” Based upon 80000 responses worldwide, they ranked 178 ...

Shakespeare 'could help doctors become better' - BBC News Dr Paul Lazarus, a senior clinical educator from the University of Leicester, is one of those advocating a broader curriculum at medical schools, ...

Grant awards send message to think big - Times Higher Education The University of Leicester also fared well, seeing the value of its awards rise by 82 per cent. Kevin Schürer, pro vice-chancellor for research and ...

'Lethal' radiation doses can be treated with drugs - New Scientist Don Jones at the University of Leicester, UK, finds the study "very exciting". "The therapy looks to be very effective at mitigating the effects of total ...

Wound Dressing Monitors For Infection - Medical News Today At a University of Leicester public lecture, Dr. Toby Jenkins, a leading researcher in nano-biotechnology and Head of Biophysical Chemistry Research at the ...

Students career gets off to a flying start - Loughborough News An A Level student of Physics is finding the path to his chosen career somewhat smoother, thanks in part to his work with the University of Leicester's ...

Leicester academic to speak on eCrime and cyber-threats at policy ... - Loughborough News A University of Leicester expert on politics and new media has been asked to speak at the Westminster e-Forum Keynote seminar on cyber-threats and ...

Highcross hosts heart appeal for local hospital - Loughborough News On Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 November, a group of students from the University of Leicester will be taking part in a fundraising collection at Highcross, ...

Peatland palm oil has twice the CO2 emission as previously thought - Biofuels Digest In the UK, research from the University of Leicester on behalf of the International Council on Clean Transportation says that palm oil produced in peatland ...

Tailored training takes quarry managers from “chalk”-face to rock-face - Hub 4 .. skills through bespoke qualifications launched by the University of Leicester. ... said, "The development of this programme with Leicester University ... 

22 November 

The Public Intellectual: Simon Dawes - truthout He has taught at Nottingham Trent University, Derby University and the University of Leicester in the UK. His research revolves around theories of public ...

AMIs 2011: Royal College of Physicians and Shape win prestigious ... - Disability Arts Online It is currently on display at the University of Leicester's School of Museum Studies until the end of January 2012. Further details about touring venues and ...

Tailored training takes quarry managers from “chalk”-face to rock-face - Loughborough News ... skills through bespoke qualifications launched by the University of Leicester. ... said, "The development of this programme with Leicester University ...

Keeping the family together through new media - Loughborough News This is the reality for many migrant workers in Britain today , but ground-breaking research about to be published by a University of Leicester expert in ...

Women 'want more personal approach to cervical smears' - International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics The investigation, which was conducted by a team at the University of Leicester and the Glasgow Caledonian University in the UK and published in the journal ... 

21 November 

Study shows high emissions from growing biodiesel from palm oil - Environmental Expert The research, carried out at the University of Leicester in Great Britain, says palm oil produced in peatland areas generates 86 tonnes of carbon dioxide ...

Roving for Martians - WA today ... astrobiology and space instrumentation at Britain's University of Leicester and former mission manager of the European Space Agency's Beagle 2 mission. ...

University of Leicester Study: Cervical Smears can be Humiliating ... - MedIndia A new study from the University of Leicester says that personal testimonies revealed by women ...

Women find smear tests stressful - Marie Claire.co.uk The test for cervical cancer, which killed Jade Goody at the age of 27, is essential but researchers from the University of Leicester say the current ... 

20 November 

New kidney blood pressure clues - Wigan Today This research was carried out by the Universities of Sydney and Ballarat in Australia, and theUniversity of Leicester. The study received funding from ...

Roving for Martians - The Age ... astrobiology and space instrumentation at Britain's University of Leicester and former mission manager of the European Space Agency's Beagle 2 mission. ... 

19 November 

Some like it hot (if they're riddled with parasites) - io9 Vicki Macnab and Iain Barber from the University of Leicester found that temperature is the deciding factor in this conflict of interests. ...

Matt's scoring return cannot prevent defeat - Cambridge News The women's rugby Blues also managed to win in style, beating Leicester University 41-0. Tries came from Charlotte Hill (2), Bryony Coombs (2), Jenny Hawkin ...

Cervical screening needs more personalized approach: researchers say - TopNews Arab Emirates A team of researchers from the University of Leicester and Glasgow Caledonian University studied 34 women's accounts of cervical screening, and found most ...

30 November: Professor Gordon Campbell visits Bedford - AboutMyArea Professor Gordon Campbell Professor Gordon Campbell of the School of English at the University of Leicester will base his illustrated talk on his lavish new ...

Pioneering study looks at links between being born early and ... - Loughborough News The project is being led by Dr Johnson, from the University of Leicester, who is a psychologist with expertise in the long-term development of babies who ...

Anniversary celebration for unique education network - Loughborough News The anniversary conference of the Colleges-University of Leicester Network ... The University of Leicester is acknowledged as the most socially inclusive of ...

University of Leicester creates knowledge hubs to tackle issues of ... - Loughborough News Professor King said: “This new Centre will place the University of Leicester at the forefront of local, regional and national debates about the generation, ...

University of Leicester research project shortlisted for major ... - Loughborough News A project from the University of Leicester's Space Research Centre has been shortlisted for the 'Most Innovative Research Project' prize in the Food and ... 

18 November 

How cervical screening embarrassment affects women - BBC News This is how some women described the experience in a study of 34 women's accounts of cervical screening by researchers from the University of Leicester and ...

Cervical Smears - The Stress And Humiliation - Medical News Today According to a new investigation from the University of Leicester ... Investigators from the Department of Health Sciences at the University of Leicester, ...

Cervical smears 'humiliating and stressful', say British women - Netdoctor A research team at the University of Leicester and Glasgow Caledonian University questioned 34 women about their experiences of undergoing cervical ...

Cervical smears can be humiliating and stressful, study says - Medical Xpress Researchers from the Department of Health Sciences at the University of Leicester wrote the paper in collaboration with colleagues at Glasgow Caledonian ...

The rise of the superbugs, GPs and personalised smear tests - Pulse Interviews with 34 women by Dr Natalie Armstrong of the University of Leicester reported in the International Journal of Family Practice found the smear ...

Revolution offers chance for Libyan archaeology - Nature.com... destruction of archaeology in Libya that it's heartbreaking," says David Mattingly, an expert in Roman archaeology at the University of Leicester, UK. ...

Why do children born prematurely struggle more at maths ... - Cordis News Project leader Dr Samantha Johnson from the University of Leicester says: 'We are carrying out this important study to help us understand what aspects of ...

PETRO MATAD LIMITED : 17th November 11 Operational Update View PDF ... - 4-traders Petro Matad's field efforts included collaboration with academics from the Mongolian Academy of Sciences, University of Leicester, University of Utah, ...

Unlocking the promise of future diabetes research - HealthCanal.com ... activates their internal signalling mechanisms in different ways,” explains lead researcher Professor Nigel Brunskill of the University of Leicester. ...

 

17 November

Antisocial Personalities May Find Social Niche in Gangs - iVillage Entertainment ... they make friends with other members and feel a strong connection to the group, the University of Leicester researchers said in a journal news release. ... 

Antisocial Personalities May Find Social Niche in Gangs- Doctors Lounge ... they make friends with other members and feel a strong connection to the group, the University of Leicester researchers said in a journal news release. ... 

Antisocial Personalities May Find Social Niche in Gangs - Health.com ... they make friends with other members and feel a strong connection to the group, the University of Leicester researchers said in a journal news release. ... 

Antisocial Personalities May Find Social Niche in Gangs - U.S. News & World Report ... they make friends with other members and feel a strong connection to the group, the University of Leicester researchers said in a journal news release. ... 

From where I sit - Two-way traffic in land of rivers - Times Higher Education I was in Kurdistan with a University of Leicester delegation because the government of this autonomous region of Iraq has prioritised investment in ... 

Studying Links Between Being Born Early And Struggling With Math - Eurasia Review The project is being led by Dr Johnson, from the University of Leicester, who is a psychologist with expertise in the long-term development of babies who ... 

New 'personalised' approach needed for smear test as women find ... - Mail on Sunday ... which killed Jade Goody at just 27, puts women through stress, anxieties and pain, the researchers from the University of Leicester found. ...

New 'personalised' approach needed for smear test as women find ... - Daily Mail ... which killed Jade Goody at just 27, puts women through stress, anxieties and pain, the researchers from the University of Leicester found. ... 

Cervical smears can be humiliating and stressful, says new study ... - Science Codex Researchers from the Department of Health Sciences at the University of Leicester wrote the paper in collaboration with colleagues at Glasgow Caledonian ... 

Cervical smears can be humiliating and stressful, says new study ... - EurekAlert Researchers from the Department of Health Sciences at the University of Leicester wrote the paper in collaboration with colleagues at Glasgow Caledonian ... 

Women want a more personal approach when it comes to cervical smears - FemaleFirst.co.uk Researchers from the Department of health Sciences at the University of Leicester wrote the paper in collaboration with colleagues at Glasgow Caledonian ...

Cervical Smears Can Be 'Degrading And Embarrassing', Says Study - Huffington Post UK The research, from the University of Leicester, was based on women's personal testimonies of their experience of cervical smear testing in the UK. ... 

Some like it hot (if they're riddled with parasites) - Discover Magazine Vicki Macnab and Iain Barber from the University of Leicester found that temperature is the deciding factor in this conflict of interests. ... 

Doubts cast on biofuels' air quality claims - ACTmedia In a new study, researchers at the University of Leicester who examined palm ... Leicester University's Page says European policy-makers should consider the ... 

GPs to screen 'all adults' for diabetes - Stephen Robinson for GP Online It comes as a University of Leicester study found that south Asians with a BMI of 23 to 28 were at similar risk of diabetes and cardiovascular disease as ...

16 November 2011 

Health Check radio show on BBC World Service - BBC News But using data from more than 6000 people Professor Kamlesh Khunti from Leicester University is calling for a lower cut-off point. ...

Obesity Cutoff in South Asians Should Be Lower, Experts Say - Maureen Salamon for MyHealthNewsDaily ... migrant South Asians, scientists at the University of Leicester in England determined that BMIs between 23 and 28 should be the limit for South Asians. ... 

Pioneering study looks at link between premature birth and ... - Lara Brunt for MadeForMums ... find particularly difficult and what the underlying causes might be," said project leader Dr Samantha Johnson, from the University of Leicester. ... 

Did he really say that? When edgy humour is done right, we laugh ... - Rene Bruemmer for Canada.com ... Simon Weaver, a research associate at the University of Leicester in England and author of The Rhetoric of Racist Humour, told The Gazette in an email. ... 

Journalisted Weekly: Armistice, Berlusconi and James Murdoch - Rachel McAthy for Journalism.co.uk He has an NCTJ Preliminary Certificate in Newspaper Journalism from Lambeth College and a BA in Geography from the University of Leicester. ...

15 November 2011 

You want an allotment? Come back in 2026... Gardeners forced to ... - Daily Mail The researchers, from the University of Leicester, also found that the average cost of an allotment had soared by a fifth in the past three years. ...

Researchers Call For South Asian Obesity Threshold To Be Redefined - Asian Scientist Magazine A team from the University of Leicester's Departments of Health Sciences and Cardiovascular Sciences has called for a redefinition of obesity thresholds in ... 

MBAs focus on entrepreneurship - The Guardian ... 38, was working in senior management for a pharmaceutical giant when he enrolled on a distance learning MBA at the University of Leicester. ... 

If were going to get looked at anyway, we might as well get paid ... - Loughborough News Re-framing disability: Portraits from the Royal College of Physicians will be at the School of Museum Studies, University of Leicester until January 2012 ... 

When is an Olympian a cheat - Loughborough News The question of how we define an unfair advantage in sport will be the subject of debate at the next University of Leicester 'Insights into the Games' ... 

Mayor to use electric car - Leicester Mercury Points exist at the city council offices, in New Walk, Highcross, park-and-ride terminals, Leicester railway station and the University of Leicester. ...

Leicester taxi driver hit in face by rock hurled at car - Leicester Mercury Mohammed Patel was taking five people home from a night out at the University of Leicester campus when the apparently random attack happened in the early ... 

Doubts cast on biofuels' air quality claims - EurActiv In a new study, researchers at the University of Leicester who examined palm ... Leicester University's Page says European policy-makers should consider the ... 

Satellite Finds pre-Islamic Civilization Buried in Libyan Desert - Sudan Vision A team from the University of Leicester in the UK discovered a remarkably preserved area containing more than 100 fortified farms, villages, and towns. ... 

Combat high blood pressure - Menshealth The condition has doubled in the young in 20 years," says Professor Bryan Williams, vascular clinician from Leicester University. "In the '80s, 50 was the ...

14 November 2011 

Diabetes day sees the world turn blue - Leicester Mercury Professor Kamlesh Khunti, a leading researcher into diabetes from the University of Leicester, said: "More people are being diagnosed with the condition as ... 

Antisocial people most likely to join gangs: study - Cordis News A two-man research team from the University of Leicester and University College London discovered how within criminal groups, while some individuals got ...

I'm on a Mission to Rescue Edo - Edebiri [interview] - Middle East North Africa Financial Network Early this year , he received a postgraduate certificate in business administration from the University of Leicester's School of Management. ... 

New kidney blood pressure clues - Worksop Today This research was carried out by the Universities of Sydney and Ballarat in Australia, and theUniversity of Leicester. The study received funding from ... 

Scholarship opportunities - Times of India The University of Leicester: Scholarships of up to £2945 are offered to first class degree holders and £3945 for students with marks above 70% in their ... 

The Decline in Teacher Status: Difficult Times Ahead? - Huffington Post UK ... of Cambridge and the University of Leicester, it was clear that by this time, perceptions of the teaching profession had become more positive. ...

13 November 2011 

Mapping Minds - Z.G. Muhammad for GreaterKashmir.com Richard Bonney, Professor of Modern History at the University of Leicester from 1984 to 2006. He is the author of Jihad: from Qur'an to Bin Laden (Palgrave ... 

Stick tae cooncil juice ya jakey – and stay off the Salisbury Crag - Peter Laing for Deadline News Professor Julie Coleman from Leicester University is organising the conference next September. She said there was often confusion over what was Scottish ...

I'm on a mission to rescue Edo – Edebiri - Adekunle Adekoya for Vanguard Early this year , he received a postgraduate certificate in business administration from the University of Leicester's School of Management. ..

12 November 2011 

We laugh until it hurts - Rene Bruemmer for Montreal Gazette ... Simon Weaver, a research associate at the University of Leicester in England and author of The Rhetoric of Racist Humour, told The Gazette in an email. ... 

The men and women at IEBC helm - The Standard Born on October 11, 1958, Wangai holds a Masters degree in Business Administration-Finance from the University of Leicester and a bachelor of Commerce from ... 

I'm Articulate, Tenacious and Gentle - Dabota Lawson - Middle East North Africa Financial Network I have a BA in financial Economics from the University of Leicester and a CIMA Accounting and Business from the London School of Business and Finance. ... 

Nigeria: I'm Articulate, Tenacious and Gentle - Dabota Lawson - AllAfrica.com I have a BA in financial Economics from the University of Leicester and a CIMA Accounting and Business from the London School of Business and Finance. ...

I'm Articulate, Tenacious And Gentle – Dabota Lawson - Leadership Newspapers I have a BA in financial Economics from the University of Leicester and a CIMA Accounting and Business from the London School of Business and Finance. ... 

Ground-breaking Study into the Causes of High Blood Pressure - Sheela Philomena for MedIndia The study was co-authored by the University of Leicester's Dr Maciej Tomaszewski, Senior Clinical Lecturer in Cardiovascular Medicine in the Department of ...

Campaigners want halt to 'scourge' of wind farms - Cate Devine for Herald Scotland Dr Chris Hanning, of Leicester University Hospitals, said studies conducted in the United States and Canada showed rural communities felt the negative ...

11 November 2011 

"Lost" Fortresses of Sahara Revealed by Satellites - James Owen for National Geographic ... to see the level of preservation" of the ancient mud-brick compounds, said project leader David Mattingly, of the UK's University of Leicester. ...

Fall of Gaddafi's regime allows archaeologists in to explore ... - Daily Mail Professor David Mattingly, an expert of Roman Archaeology at the University of Leicester, said: 'It is like someone coming to England and suddenly ... 

Castles in the desert - satellites reveal lost cities of Libya - Space Daily The team from the University of Leicester has identified the mud brick remains of the castle-like complexes, with walls still standing up to four metres ...

The Case for Legal Organ Sales - Abby Wisse Schachter for Reason Online (blog)‎ And Sir Peter Bell, professor of surgery at the University of Leicester, suggests that “compensatory payments” should be made to relatives who donate the ... 

Experts recommend changes to obesity thresholds for South Asian ... - Pulse Study leader Professor Kamlesh Khunti, professor of primary care diabetes at the University of Leicester and a GP in the city, said the majority of the ...

University of Leicester study finds Asian BMI should drop - BBC News A University of Leicester medical study has suggested that levels of obesity among some Asians needs to be reduced. Most GPs determine a person's ideal ...

Uni dropout guilty of actor killing - Buxton Advertiser A university dropout is facing a long sentence for killing a budding children's TV actor and Leicester university student who was stabbed in the heart in ...

Lost kingdom found in deserts of Libya - Marcus Sherifi for gapyear.com David Mattingly, a professor of Roman archaeology at the University of Leicester, said in a press release: “It is like someone coming to England and ...

'Every loss is heartbreaking' - families remember loved ones ... - Leicester Mercury The University of Leicester student said: "I have been thinking about Liam a lot recently, but also about all the others who have died in Afghanistan. ...

Asteroids stir up black hole - Pravda A group of astrophysicists from Leicester University of Amsterdam developed a model that explains the nature of the activity of compact radio source located ...

Students Aim To Tackle Dog Fouling - AboutMyArea Guest speakers Peter Rose, with guide dog Hogan, and Dr Wayne Heaselgrave of Leicester University kept the students riveted with presentations about real ...

Biofuels aren't so green after all - ZME Science A team of researchers from University of Leicester have revealed in a recently published study that carbon dioxide emission levels, due to oil palm ...

10 November 2011 

Herman Cain Sucks. Here's the Real 9-9-9: 9 Nights, 9 Shows, 9 ... - Duff McKagan for Seattle Weekly (blog) Work out at Leicester University gym, and rock like crazy. My wife showed up in London, so I take a car to London after the show and proceed to have "fancy ...

Satellite Finds pre-Islamic Civilization Buried in Libyan Desert - Theo Valich for Bright Side of News A team from the University of Leicester in the UK discovered a remarkably preserved area containing more than 100 fortified farms, villages, and towns. ...

Satellites Reveal Lost Cities of Libya - HappyNews.com The team from the University of Leicester has identified the mud brick remains of the castle-like complexes, with walls still standing up to four metres ...

New insight into genetic causes of high blood pressure revealed - Zenopa Led by Dr Maciej Tomaszewski of the University of Leicester's department of cardiovascular sciences, the study examined key genes, messenger RNAs and ...

Genetics Of Hypertension - Breakthrough In Understanding - Petra Rattue for Medical News Today According to a study published in the academic journal Hypertension, researchers from the University of Leicester's Department of Cardiovascular Sciences ... 

Key genes behind high BP identified - Zee News Renin is one of the most important contributors to blood pressure regulation,” said co-autho Dr Maciej Tomaszewski from University of Leicester's Department ... 

Key genes behind high BP identified - Times of India Renin is one of the most important contributors to blood pressure regulation," said co-autho Dr Maciej Tomaszewski from University of Leicester's Department ... 

Key genes behind high BP identified - TruthDive Renin is one of the most important contributors to blood pressure regulation,” said co-autho Dr Maciej Tomaszewski from University of Leicester's Department ... 

Key genes behind high BP identified - Newstrack India Renin is one of the most important contributors to blood pressure regulation," said co-autho Dr Maciej Tomaszewski from University of Leicester's Department ... 

Those with Antisocial Personality Drawn to Gangs - Rick Nauert for PsychCentral.com In the study, psychologist Dr. Vincent Egan of the University of Leicester and Matthew Beadman of University College London gave adult male prisoners a ... 

Anti-social personalities join gangs - Dalje.com Dr. Vincent Egan of the University of Leicester and Matthew Beadman of University College London said people with anti-social personalities often act rashly ...

Anti-social personalities join gangs - Middle East North Africa Financial Network Dr. Vincent Egan of the University of Leicester and Matthew Beadman of University College London said people with anti-social personalities often act rashly ... 

Anti-social personalities join gangs - UPI.com Dr. Vincent Egan of the University of Leicester and Matthew Beadman of University College London said people with anti-social personalities often act rashly ...

New study suggests EU biofuels are as carbon intensive as petrol - environmentalresearchweb The study from the University of Leicester was conducted for the International ... Ross Morrison, of the University of Leicester Department of Geography, ...

"Green" biofuels anything but - Will Parker for Science a Gogo The findings, by researchers at the University of Leicester (UK), have been published ... Previous studies, contend the University of Leicester researchers, ... 

Is there a future for magistrates - Loughborough News In 2012, from 16th April-31st May it will be at the University of Leicester School of Law, and from 24th September to 19th October at the Law & Business ... 

No such thing as bad publicity for Leicester's space centre - Leicester Mercury The UK's space industry employs 24000 people, while the University of Leicester has been involved in at least one space mission every year for the past 50 ...

9 November 2011 

Castles in the desert: Lost cities of Libya - Examiner.com The team from the University of Leicester has identified the mud brick remains of the castle-like complexes, with walls still standing up to four meters ...

Zamki w piasku - Kolpalnia Wiedzy

Satellites reveal Libya's lost 2000-year-old cities - io9 Archaeologists from the University of Leicester have used all this aerial data to identify as much as they can about the so-called Garamantes people, ...

Lost cities found beneath sands of Sahara by satellites - Lewis Page for Register According to David Mattingly, professor of Roman archaeology at Leicester uni, the vanished "Garamantes" culture was a highly advanced one. ...

An EU-funded team of archaeologists has unearthed the remains of a ... - Balkans.com Business News Researchers from the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom used satellite imagery ... Added Dr Martin Sterry, also of the University of Leicester, ... 

Lost civilization of the Garamantes discovered in Libya's Sahara ... - David Wendt for 100gf | Politics and Computers A team from the University of Leicester have now used aerial photos to identify the ruins of villages and towns with walls up to 4ft high. ...

Lost Cities Discovered in Libyan Sahara - The Epoch Times Led by David Mattingly at the UK's University of Leicester, a team of archeologists found over 100 fortified farms, several towns, and villages with mud ... 

Gadhafi fall reveals hidden pre-Islamic civilization in the desert - Elizabeth Weise for USA Today ... archaeology at the University of Leicester, said in a release The desert area with zero rainfall today was "once very densely built up and cultivated. ...

South Asians need to revisit obesity cut-offs - Times of India A team from the University of Leicester has called for a revision for the point at which South Asians should be classed as obese. "South Asians around the ...

Lower cut points for defining obesity needed for migrant South Asians - BioScholar News ... blood pressure and cholesterol,” said Professor Khunti who is Professor of Primary Care Diabetes and Vascular Medicine at the University of Leicester. ... 

New research calls for lower limit to be set for South Asian ... - Eureka! Science News A major study calling for levels of obesity among South Asians to be recalculated has been published by researchers from the University of Leicester. ... 

South Asian Obesity Level Limit Should Be Lowered - Petra Rattue for Medical News Today Researchers from the University of Leicester have published a major study in PLoS One, a journal of the Public Library of Science, calling for a ... 

Lower cut points for defining obesity needed for migrant South Asians - TruthDive ... blood pressure and cholesterol,” said Professor Khunti who is Professor of Primary Care Diabetes and Vascular Medicine at the University of Leicester. ... 

Lower cut points for defining obesity needed for migrant South Asians - Newstrack India ... blood pressure and cholesterol," said Professor Khunti who is Professor of Primary Care Diabetes and Vascular Medicine at the University of Leicester. ... 

Call for obesity levels of South Asians to be re-assessed - Diabetes.co.uk The research, carried out at the University of Leicester and published in the journal PLoS One, found that there is a need for obesity levels to be ...

Conventional definition of obesity needs to be lowered in migrant ... - News-Medical.net A major study calling for levels of obesity among South Asians to be recalculated has been published by researchers from the University of Leicester. ... 

Call for Revision on Obesity Level for South Asians - MedIndia This unique collaboration between NHS trusts and the University of Leicester is funded by the NIHR and is part of a five year programme to ensure that the ... 

Breakthrough in understanding the genetics of high blood pressure - Science Codex A researcher from the University of Leicester's Department of Cardiovascular ... The study was co-authored by the University of Leicester's Dr Maciej ...

Breakthrough in understanding the genetics of high blood pressure - Eureka! Science News A researcher from the University of Leicester's Department of Cardiovascular ... The study was co-authored by the University of Leicester's Dr Maciej ... 

Breakthrough in understanding the genetics of high blood pressure - HealthCanal.com A researcher from the University of Leicester's Department of Cardiovascular ... The study was co-authored by the University of Leicester's Dr Maciej ... 

Breakthrough in Understanding the Genetics of High Blood Pressure - Bioscience Technology A researcher from the University of Leicester's Department of Cardiovascular ... The study was co-authored by the University of Leicester's Dr Maciej ... 

Breakthrough in understanding the genetics of high blood pressure - Science Daily 9, 2011) — A researcher from the University of Leicester's Department of ... The study was co-authored by the University of Leicester's Dr Maciej ... 

The Genetics Of High Blood Pressure - RedOrbit A researcher from the University of Leicester's Department of Cardiovascular ... The study was co-authored by the University of Leicester's Dr Maciej ...

Breakthrough in understanding the genetics of high blood pressure - Insciences Organisation Study co-authored by University of Leicester cardiovascular expert identifies key genetic ... A researcher from the University of Leicester's Department of ... 

Breakthrough in understanding the genetics of high blood pressure - Medical Xpress A researcher from the University of Leicester's Department of Cardiovascular ... The study was co-authored by the University of Leicester's Dr Maciej ... 

Breakthrough in understanding the genetics of high blood pressure - EurekAlert A researcher from the University of Leicester's Department of Cardiovascular ... The study was co-authored by the University of Leicester's Dr Maciej ... 

Ground-breaking study into causes of high blood pressure - News-Medical.net A researcher from the University of Leicester's Department of Cardiovascular ... The study was co-authored by the University of Leicester's Dr Maciej ... 

Breakthrough in understanding the genetics of high blood pressure - Loughborough News A researcher from the University of Leicester's Department of Cardiovascular ... The study was co-authored by the University of Leicester's Dr Maciej ... 

New research finds extreme antisocial personality predicts gang ... - Eureka! Science News The study, conducted by Dr Vincent Egan of the University of Leicester's School of Psychology, and Matthew Beadman of UCL (University College London), ... 

Extreme Antisocial Personality Predicts Gang Membership, Finds ... - Science Daily The study, conducted by Dr Vincent Egan of the University of Leicester's School of Psychology, and Matthew Beadman of UCL (University College London), ... 

New research finds extreme antisocial personality predicts gang ... - Medical Xpress The study, conducted by Dr Vincent Egan of the University of Leicester's School of Psychology, and Matthew Beadman of UCL (University College London), ... 

New research finds extreme antisocial personality predicts gang ... - EurekAlert The study, conducted by Dr Vincent Egan of the University of Leicester's School of Psychology, and Matthew Beadman of UCL (University College London), ...

New research finds extreme antisocial personality predicts gang ... - Loughborough News The study, conducted by Dr Vincent Egan of the University of Leicester's School of Psychology, and Matthew Beadman of UCL (University College London), ... 

Is our galaxy's black hole shredding asteroids, planets? - World Science Kastytis Zubovas of the University of Leicester, UK and colleagues developed the theory to explain small, near-daily flares detected around an object ... 

Black hole noms: planetary treats for the galactic monster - The Conversation One recent suggestion from UK astronomer Kastytis Zubovas, based at the University of Leicester, is that the food for the flares are planets and asteroids. ...

Online education expert joins Swinburne - Swinburne University Media Centre ... of E-learning and Learning Technologies, and Head of the Beyond Distance Research Alliance and the Media Zoo, at the University of Leicester in the UK. ... 

University of Leicester professors visit St.Kitts & Nevis - ZIZ Live ZIZ NEWSROOM, BASSETERRE, 9th NOVEMBER, 2011 - Two officials from the University of Leicester's School Of Management are in the federation meeting with ... 

Uni dropout guilty of actor killing - Grantham Today A university dropout is facing a long sentence for killing a budding children's TV actor and Leicester university student who was stabbed in the heart in ... 

Uni dropout guilty of actor killing - Rutland and Stamford Mercury A university dropout is facing a long sentence for killing a budding children's TV actor and Leicester university student who was stabbed in the heart in ...

EU-funded study identifies a specific protein generated by the ... - Euroalert.net Researchers at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom have identified a specific protein generated by the brain in response to stress. ... 

ACE inhibitors cut risk at normal blood pressure - Emma Wilkinson for Pulse Professor Bryan Williams, professor of medicine at the University of Leicester, said: 'It is likely that the findings do reflect the reality, that is, ... 

Leicester: Things to do in the East Midlands city - Travel-News.co.uk This unmissable tall structure devotes itself to astronomy and space science and opened in 2001, incorporating studies from the University of Leicester as ...

8 November 2011 

New Research Calls for Lower Limit to Be Set for South Asian ... - Science Daily This unique collaboration between NHS trusts and the University of Leicester is funded by the NIHR and is part of a five year programme to ensure that the ...

New research calls for lower limit to be set for South Asian ... - Medical Xpress A major study calling for levels of obesity among South Asians to be recalculated has been published by researchers from the University of Leicester. ... 

New research calls for lower limit to be set for South Asian ... - Science Codex A major study calling for levels of obesity among South Asians to be recalculated has been published by researchers from the University of Leicester. ... 

New research calls for lower limit to be set for South Asian ... - EurekAlert A major study calling for levels of obesity among South Asians to be recalculated has been published by researchers from the University of Leicester. ... 

New research calls for lower limit to be set for South Asian ... - HealthCanal.com A major study calling for levels of obesity among South Asians to be recalculated has been published by researchers from the University of Leicester. ... 

New research calls for lower limit to be set for South Asian ... - Loughborough News A major study calling for levels of obesity among South Asians to be recalculated has been published by researchers from the University of Leicester. ... 

New study suggests EU Biofuels are as carbon intensive as petrol - Road Transport (blog)  University of Leicester research into greenhouse gas emissions from oil palm ... The study from theUniversity of Leicester was conducted for the ... 

Lost Civilization Discovered - Fox News Using satellites and air photographs to identify the remains in one of the most inhospitable parts of the desert, a team from the University of Leicester in ...

Castles in the desert - satellites reveal lost cities of Libya - Loughborough News The team from the University of Leicester has identified the mud brick remains of the castle-like complexes, with walls still standing up to four metres ...

ERC researchers discover lost civilisation in Sahara - Cordis News Researchers from the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom used satellite imagery ... Added Dr Martin Sterry, also of the University of Leicester, ...

Mudbrick and stone castle-like structure in Libyan desert - Diego DiGhero for The Cutting Edge The team from the University of Leicester has identified the mud brick remains of the castle-like complexes, with walls still standing up to four metres ...

UK Scientists Discover 'Lost Civilization' in Libya That Was ... - Pooja Ravikumar for IBTimes The team from the University of Leicester used satellites and aerial photographs to identify the remains of more than 100 fortified dams and villages with ... 

Satellites Reveal Lost Cities Of Libya - RedOrbit The team from the University of Leicester has identified the mud brick remains of the castle-like complexes, with walls still standing up to four meters ... 

Satellite images reveal 'lost cities' of Libya after the fall of ... - Daily News & Analysis ... and unrecorded under the Gaddafi regime,” stated the project leader David Mattingly FBA, Professor of Roman Archaeology at the University of Leicester.

Satellite images reveal 'lost cities' of Libya after the fall of ... - TruthDive ... and unrecorded under the Gaddafi regime,” stated the project leader David Mattingly FBA, Professor of Roman Archaeology at the University of Leicester. ... 

Academic support given to students studying online - SKNVibes.com The University of Leicester, School of Management is a research-led university based ... “We greatly value distance learning at the University of Leicester. ... 

Rom-cons: targeting the lonely hearts club - MSN Tech & Gadget UK More than 200000 people may have been defrauded by online romance scams, according to research by Leicester University. Since the majority of these cases ... 

Using engineering to help developing countries - Loughborough News A talk hosted by the University of Leicester will demonstrate how young engineers can use their skills to make a difference to people in developing ... 

Professional doctorates enhance careers and personal development ... - Loughborough News Research into the impact of professional doctorates, carried out by Hilary Burgess of the University of Leicester and Jerry Wellington, of Sheffield ... 

Shortlist announced for Innovation Awards 2011 - Manufacturer.com The University of Leicester Space Research Centre, Nottingham Trent University School of Science and Technology, Nottingham Trent University School of ... 

Southport poet Margaret Gleave launches second book at Sefton ... - Janine Yaqoob for Southport Visiter Margaret Gleave grew up in Oldham and went on to Leicester University, where she gained her degree in classics. As a teacher of english and music for many ...

7 November 2011 

Satellite images reveal 'lost cities' of Libya after the fall of ... - Newstrack India ... and unrecorded under the Gaddafi regime," stated the project leader David Mattingly FBA, Professor of Roman Archaeology at the University of Leicester. ...

Lost cities discovered after Gadhafi - Calgary Sun (Toby Savage/University of Leicester) A team of British researchers have discovered castle-like structures and uncovered several ancient "lost cities" in ...

Castles in the desert - satellites reveal lost cities of Libya - Eureka! Science News The team from the University of Leicester has identified the mud brick remains of the castle-like complexes, with walls still standing up to four metres ... 

Castles in the desert: Satellites reveal lost cities of Libya - Science Daily The team from the University of Leicester has identified the mud brick remains of the castle-like complexes, with walls still standing up to four metres ...

Lost castles of forgotten civilisation found in Libyan desert - Mike Swain for Mirror.co.uk A University of Leicester team run by Professor David Mattingly identified the ruins from the satellite photos. Spokesman Dr Martin Sterry said: “It was an ...

Castles of 'lost cities' revealed in Libyan desert - msnbc.com The team from the University of Leicester has identified the mud brick remains of the castle-like complexes, with walls still standing up to 13 feet (4 ...

Castles of 'Lost Cities' Revealed in Libyan Desert - Our Amazing Planet Using satellites and air photographs to identify the remains in one of the most inhospitable parts of the desert, a team from the University of Leicester in ...

Castles of 'Lost Cities' Revealed in Libyan Desert - Toby Savage for LiveScience.com Using satellites and air photographs to identify the remains in one of the most inhospitable parts of the desert, a team from the University of Leicester in ... 

Libya: Satellites Reveal Lost Cities: Castles In The Desert - Eurasia Review The team from the University of Leicester has identified the mud brick remains of the castle-like complexes, with walls still standing up to four metres ...

Ancient Libyan civilisation arouses interest - Hindustan Times Describing the recent finds as “extraordinary” in a paper, Professor David Mattingly of the University of Leicester argues that the discoveries demonstrate ... 

Lost cities discovered after Gadhafi - Edmonton Sun  (Toby Savage/University of Leicester) A team of British researchers have discovered castle-like structures and uncovered several ancient "lost cities" in ... 

Lost cities discovered after Gadhafi - Winnipeg Sun  (Toby Savage/University of Leicester) A team of British researchers have discovered castle-like structures and uncovered several ancient "lost cities" in ... 

Lost cities discovered after Gadhafi - Toronto Sun  (Toby Savage/University of Leicester) A team of British researchers have discovered castle-like structures and uncovered several ancient "lost cities" in ... 

Castles in the desert - satellites reveal lost cities of Libya - Science Codex The team from the University of Leicester has identified the mud brick remains of the castle-like complexes, with walls still standing up to four metres ... 

Lost cities discovered after Gadhafi - 24 Hours Vancouver There are more than 100 fortified farms and villages, researchers from the University of Leicester have found, thanks to satellite images. ... 

Libya's 'lost cities' emerging - Sun News Network There are more than 100 fortified farms and villages, researchers from the University of Leicester have found, thanks to satellite images. ... 

Lost cities discovered after Gadhafi - CANOE There are more than 100 fortified farms and villages, researchers from the University of Leicester have found, thanks to satellite images. ... 

Lost cities discovered after Gadhafi - London Free Press  (Toby Savage/University of Leicester) A team of British researchers have discovered castle-like structures and uncovered several ancient "lost cities" in ... 

Satellites reveal lost cities in Libya - Kate Taylor for TG Daily The University of Leicester team has identified the mud brick remains of castle-like complexes, with walls still standing up to four metres high. ... 

EU-funded project found evidence of a lost civilisation in Libya ... - Euroalert.net A team from the University of Leicester (UK) has identified the mud brick remains of the castle-like complexes, with walls still standing up to four metres ... 

Gene Behind Fatal Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Unveiled: Research - Amit Pathania for TopNews United States Scientists from the University of Leicester have recently explored the origins of the said protrusion, and have found a single gene which contributes to the ...

Gene behind fatal abdominal aortic aneurysm unfolded: Research - HealthJockey.com Exploring the genesis of this condition, scientists from the University of Leicester have spotted a single gene contributing to abdominal aortic aneurysm. ... 

New study suggests EU biofuels are as carbon intensive as petrol - Eureka! Science News The study from the University of Leicester was conducted for the International ... Ross Morrison, of the University of Leicester Department of Geography, ... 

Biofuels 'as carbon intensive as gasoline' - Emma Woollacott for TG Daily University of Leicester researchers carried out the first comprehensive literature review of the scale of greenhouse gas emissions from oil palm plantations ... 

New Study Suggests EU Biofuels Are As Carbon Intensive As Petrol - EP Magazine The study from the University of Leicester was conducted for the International ... Ross Morrison, of the University of Leicester Department of Geography, ... 

New study suggests EU biofuels are as carbon intensive as petrol - Loughborough News The study from the University of Leicester was conducted for the International ... Ross Morrison, of the University of Leicester Department of Geography, ... 

Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Biofuels Costing the Earth - Cameron Chai for AZoCleantech The University of Leicester conducted a study into greenhouse gas emissions emitted from oil palm plantations for the International Council ... 

New Study Suggests EU Biofuels Are As Carbon Intensive As Petrol - Oil and Gas Online The study from the University of Leicester was conducted for the International ... Ross Morrison, of the University of Leicester Department of Geography, ... 

Study Suggests EU Biofuels Are As Carbon Intensive As Petrol - Newsroom America The study from the University of Leicester was conducted for the International ... Ross Morrison, of the University of Leicester Department of Geography, ... 

University of Leicester scholars recognised by top honour - Loughborough News The Academy of Social Sciences has conferred the award of Academician to four distinguished scholars from the University of Leicester. ... 

Leicester leads the way towards a sustainable lake in Africa - Loughborough News University of Leicester conservation scientists David Harper, ... The University of Leicester projects are fully endorsed by Imarisha Naivasha and will lay ... 

Caribbean Poetry Performance at Literary Leicester festival - Loughborough News Internationally acclaimed poets Grace Nichols and John Agard come together on Thursday 10th November at 7.30pm at the University of Leicester's fourth ... 

Leicester involved in discovery of new solar system - Loughborough News The University of Leicester has been involved in an international study that ... Dr Richard West from the University of Leicester Department of Physics and ... 

Are courts demanding too much from jurors? - U.TV Dr Noelle Robertson, a senior lecturer in clinical psychology at Leicester University, carried out a study in 2009. "We did find evidence of traumatisation. ... 

Are courts demanding too much from jurors? - The Guardian (blog) Dr Noelle Robertson, a senior lecturer in clinical psychology at Leicester University, carried out a study in 2009. "We did find evidence of traumatisation. ... 

Rural racism still exists in parts of Leicestershire, according to ... - BBC News Dr Neil Chakrabati, who has published a paper on rural racism, looked at experiences of ethnic minorities living in rural towns and villages in the county. ...

Southport poet Margaret Gleave launches second book at Sefton ... - Yanine Yaqoob for Formby Times Margaret Gleave grew up in Oldham and went on to Leicester University, where she gained her degree in classics. As a teacher of english and music for many ... 

6 November 2011 

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Linked to Newly-Discovered Gene - Kathy Jones for MedIndia An international team led by Matt Bown, a vascular surgeon from the University of Leicester, identified a single gene that is linked to the development of ... 

Study says biofuels produce as much carbon as petrol - Christopher Davies for Manufacturing Digital A new study from the University of Leicester on greenhouse gas emissions from oil ... Ross Morrison, of the University of Leicester Department of Geography, ...

Study Suggests EU Biofuels Are As Carbon Intensive As Petrol - Newsroom America The study from the University of Leicester was conducted for the International ... Ross Morrison, of the University of Leicester Department of Geography, ... 

Fall of Gaddafi opens a new era for the Sahara's lost civilisation - U.TV ... Professor David Mattingly of the University of Leicester argues that the discoveries demonstrate that substantial trade across the Sahara long pre-dated ... 

5 November 2011 

Fall of Gaddafi opens a new era for the Sahara's lost civilisation - The Guardian ... Professor David Mattingly of the University of Leicester argues that the discoveries demonstrate that substantial trade across the Sahara long pre-dated ...

New kidney blood pressure clues - Bellshill Speaker This research was carried out by the Universities of Sydney and Ballarat in Australia, and theUniversity of Leicester. The study received funding from ... 

Ex-cop to fill troubled corrections department position - Middle East North Africa Financial Network A Marine vet who served in the 1991 Iraq war, Marcantel earned a master's degree in forensic science and legal psychology from the University of Leicester ... 

EU Biofuels Are As Carbon Intensive As Petrol - RedOrbit The study from the University of Leicester was conducted for the International ... Ross Morrison, of the University of Leicester Department of Geography, ...

Monster black hole in our galaxy eating worlds - Daily News & Analysis The study led by Dr Kastytis Zubovas from the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom, said Sagittarius A, a giant black hole 26000 light-years from ...

Huge black hole eating worlds in Milky Way - Hindustan Times The study led by Dr Kastytis Zubovas from the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom, said Sagittarius A, a giant black hole 26000 light-years from ...

Monster black hole in our galaxy eating worlds - Zee News The study led by Dr Kastytis Zubovas from the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom, said Sagittarius A, a giant black hole 26000 light-years from ... 

Monster black hole in our galaxy eating worlds - TruthDive The study led by Dr Kastytis Zubovas from the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom, said Sagittarius A, a giant black hole 26000 light-years from ... 

Monster black hole in our galaxy eating worlds - Newstrack India The study led by Dr Kastytis Zubovas from the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom, said Sagittarius A, a giant black hole 26000 light-years from .. 

 4 November 2011 

Leicester leads the way towards a sustainable lake in Africa - FirstScience By University of Leicester University of Leicester conservation scientists David Harper, Caroline Upton and Ed Morrison (Departments of Biology and ... 

Leicester leads the way towards a sustainable lake in Africa - EurekAlert University of Leicester conservation scientists David Harper, ... The University of Leicester projects are fully endorsed by Imarisha Naivasha and will lay ... 

Ex-cop to fill troubled corrections department position - Steve Terrell for Santa Fe New Mexican.com A Marine vet who served in the 1991 Iraq war, Marcantel earned a master's degree in forensic science and legal psychology from the University of Leicester ... 

New kidney blood pressure clues - Dromore Today This research was carried out by the Universities of Sydney and Ballarat in Australia, and the University of Leicester. The study received funding from ... 

New Study Suggests EU Biofuels are as Carbon Intensive as Petrol - Product Design & Development By University of Leicester Conditions at a mature oil palm plantation site, ... University of Leicesterresearch into greenhouse gas emissions from oil palm ... 

EU biofuels as carbon intensive as petrol - Science Codex The study from the University of Leicester was conducted for the International ... Ross Morrison, of the University of Leicester Department of Geography, ... 

Study finds EU biofuels as carbon-intensive as petrol - AgraNet... according to a new study carried out by the University of Leicester in the UK. The research on greenhouse gas emissions from oil palm plantations, ... 

New study suggests EU biofuels are as carbon intensive as petrol - EurekAlert The study from the University of Leicester was conducted for the International Council on ... TheUniversity of Leicester researchers carried out the first ... 

Study finds biofuels produce as much carbon as fossil fuels - Stephen Harris for The Engineer Researchers at Leicester University have found that emissions associated with palm oil plantations are 50 per cent worse than previously thought because the ...

Common gene mutation raises risk of life-threatening aneurysms - The Guardian A team led by Matt Bown, a vascular surgeon at Leicester University in the UK, compared the genetic makeup of 1866 patients with abdominal aortic aneurysms ...

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Gene Discovered - Petra Rattue for Medical News Today Matt Bown, a vascular surgeon from the University of Leicester who led the international team, discovered a single gene that is associated with the ... 

UK scientists identify genetic cause of abdominal aortic aneurysm - Netdoctor Scientists at the University of Leicester have identified a gene that appears to be associated with an increased risk of abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAAs) ... 

Gene behind fatal abdominal aneurysm isolated - BioScholar News An international team led by Matt Bown, vascular surgeon from the University of Leicester, identified the gene, LRP1, tied to the development of abdominal ... 

Gene Behind Fatal Abdominal Aneurysm Isolated - Pratibha Minhas for News Tonight In this regard, an international group steered by Matt Bown, a vascular surgeon from the University of Leicester, has been credited to identify the gene, ...

Fatal aneurysm gene identified - Deborah Condon for Irish Health ... the disease and how to treat it without resorting to operations," explained lead researcher, Mr Matt Brown, of the University of Leicester in the UK. ...

Gene behind fatal abdominal aneurysm isolated - Zee News An international team led by Matt Bown, vascular surgeon from the University of Leicester, identified the gene, LRP1, tied to the development of abdominal ... 

Scientists identify gene responsible for abdominal aortic aneurysms - News-Medical.net An international team led by Matt Bown, a vascular surgeon from the University of Leicester, identified a single gene that is linked to the development of ... 

Remnants discovery sheds light on landslide activity - Cordis News Volcanologists at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom and Roskilde University in Denmark have found the onshore remains of this landslide amid ... 

The prevalence puzzle: Autism counts - Nature.com In a study published this year 8 , a team led by Terry Brugha, a psychiatrist at the University of Leicester, UK, looked into autism's past by counting ... 

Process People & Skills Tracker: November 2011 - The Engineer The trio, Anushka Devaser, Edozie Nnoruka and Alex Jen Ken, were all from the Leicester University Graduate Internship Program. Read more Jee, a pipeline, ... 

Botulinum toxin treatment for overactive bladder and detrusor ... - UroToday Reproductive Science Section, Cancer Studies and Molecular Medicine, University of Leicester, Robert Kilpatrick Clinical Sciences Building, Leicester Royal ... 

Monster black hole eats worlds - Stuart Gary for ABC Science Online The research by scientists led by Dr Kastytis Zubovas from the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom, explains why Sagittarius A, a giant black hole ...

3 November 2011 

Skyfall opens new chapter for 007 - BBC News Professor James Chapman of Leicester University, author of Licence To Thrill: A Cultural History of the James Bond Films, said it was down to the films' ...

James Bond: Skyfall opens new chapter for 007 - BBC News Professor James Chapman of Leicester University, author of Licence To Thrill: A Cultural History of the James Bond Films, said it was down to the films' ...

Stress code in the spotlight - Cordis News Researchers at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom have identified a specific protein generated by the brain in response to stress. ...

Gene discovered as cause of fatal condition - Science Codex An international team led by Matt Bown, a vascular surgeon from the University of Leicester, identified a single gene that is linked to the development of ... 

Common gene mutation raises risk of life-threatening aneurysms - U.TV A team led by Matt Bown, a vascular surgeon at Leicester University in the UK, compared the genetic makeup of 1866 patients with abdominal aortic aneurysms ...

Gene discovered as cause of fatal condition - Medical Xpress An international team led by Matt Bown, a vascular surgeon from the University of Leicester, identified a single gene that is linked to the development of ...

Supermassive Black Holes Dust Mystery - MyFox Los Angeles University of Leicester scientists led by Sergei Nayakshin are proposing that high-speed crashes between planets and asteroids are causing doughnut-shaped ...

Gene discovered as cause of fatal condition - EurekAlert An international team led by Matt Bown, a vascular surgeon from the University of Leicester, identified a single gene that is linked to the development of ... 

Scientist: Planet, Asteroids Colliding in Front of Supermassive ... - MyFox Philadelphia University of Leicester scientists led by Sergei Nayakshin are proposing that high-speed crashes between planets and asteroids are causing doughnut-shaped ...

Scientist: Planet, Asteroids Colliding in Front of Supermassive ... - MyFox Houston University of Leicester scientists led by Sergei Nayakshin are proposing that high-speed crashes between planets and asteroids are causing doughnut-shaped ...

Scientist: Planet, Asteroids Colliding in Front of Supermassive ... - MyFox Detroit University of Leicester scientists led by Sergei Nayakshin are proposing that high-speed crashes between planets and asteroids are causing doughnut-shaped ...

Scientist: Planet, Asteroids Colliding in Front of Supermassive ... - FOX 9 News University of Leicester scientists led by Sergei Nayakshin are proposing that high-speed crashes between planets and asteroids are causing doughnut-shaped ... 

Scientist: Planet, Asteroids Colliding in Front of Supermassive ... - MyFox Chicago University of Leicester scientists led by Sergei Nayakshin are proposing that high-speed crashes between planets and asteroids are causing doughnut-shaped ...

Scientist: Planet, Asteroids Colliding in Front of Supermassive ... - MyFoxOrlando.com University of Leicester scientists led by Sergei Nayakshin are proposing that high-speed crashes between planets and asteroids are causing doughnut-shaped ... 

Scientist: Planet, Asteroids Colliding in Front of Supermassive ... - MyFox Tampa Bay University of Leicester scientists led by Sergei Nayakshin are proposing that high-speed crashes between planets and asteroids are causing doughnut-shaped ... 

Supermassive Black Holes Dust Mystery - MyFox Phoenix University of Leicester scientists led by Sergei Nayakshin are proposing that high-speed crashes between planets and asteroids are causing doughnut-shaped ... 

Scientist: Planet, Asteroids Colliding in Front of Supermassive ... - MyFox Memphis University of Leicester scientists led by Sergei Nayakshin are proposing that high-speed crashes between planets and asteroids are causing doughnut-shaped ... 

Scientist: Planet, Asteroids Colliding in Front of Supermassive ... - MyFox Dallas University of Leicester scientists led by Sergei Nayakshin are proposing that high-speed crashes between planets and asteroids are causing doughnut-shaped ... 

Scientist: Planet, Asteroids Colliding in Front of Supermassive ... - My Fox Boston niversity of Leicester scientists led by Sergei Nayakshin are proposing that high-speed crashes between planets and asteroids are causing doughnut-shaped ... 

Supermassive Black Holes Dust Mystery - myfoxny.com University of Leicester scientists led by Sergei Nayakshin are proposing that high-speed crashes between planets and asteroids are causing doughnut-shaped ... 

Supermassive Black Holes Dust Mystery - MyFox Washington DC University of Leicester scientists led by Sergei Nayakshin are proposing that high-speed crashes between planets and asteroids are causing doughnut-shaped ... 

Supermassive black hole dust from planet and asteroid collisions - John Thomas Didymus for DigitalJournal.com The team of astronomers from Britain's Leicester University propose that the central regions of galaxies which have supermassive black holes also have ...

Cyclists in Leicester are urged to use sturdier locks - Leicester Mercury Another cyclist, a 19-year-old University of Leicester student who asked not to be named, said: "My friend bought a new bike on a Friday and it was stolen ... 

The title of the latest James Bond film will be announced at a ... - Entertainmentwise Professor James Chapman, Director of Film Studies at the University of Leicester, told the BBC: "They are not going to turn Bond into George Smiley. ... 

Bond 23 Title To Be Announced Today - Gigwise Professor James Chapman, Director of Film Studies at the University of Leicester, told the BBC: "They are not going to turn Bond into George Smiley. ... 

Realty co. owner buys in Boca Raton Eastside [more] - Shania Sampson for Blockshopper She received an honorary doctorate of law from the University of Leicester. According to BlockShopper.com, there have been 1947 home sales in Boca Raton ... 

New kidney blood pressure clues - Littlehampton Gazette This research was carried out by the Universities of Sydney and Ballarat in Australia, and theUniversity of Leicester. The study received funding from ... 

New kidney blood pressure clues - Harborough Mail This research was carried out by the Universities of Sydney and Ballarat in Australia, and theUniversity of Leicester. The study received funding from ... 

New kidney blood pressure clues - Halifax Evening Courier This research was carried out by the Universities of Sydney and Ballarat in Australia, and theUniversity of Leicester. The study received funding from ... 

Research and Markets: Electrochemical Nanofabrication: Principles ... - Nanotechnology News A. Robert Hillman - Chairman, International Society of Electrochemistry, University of Leicester, UK. Nanotechnology has attracted billions of venture ... 

Dust Clouds Near Giant Black Holes Are Remains from Collisions ... - International Business Times AU The study's lead author Sergei Nayakshin, of the University of Leicester in England said this volatile environment where frequent collisions mix with ...

2 November 2011 

Supermassive black hole clouds formed by asteroid-planet collisions - Alaska Dispatch ... black holes sterile, even before they are destroyed, said the study's lead author Sergei Nayakshin, of the University of Leicester in England. ...

Research and Markets: Electrochemical Nanofabrication: Principles ... - Business Wire A. Robert Hillman - Chairman, International Society of Electrochemistry, University of Leicester, UK. Nanotechnology has attracted billions of venture ...

Supermassive black hole clouds caused by exploding planets - Christian Science Monitor ... black holes sterile, even before they are destroyed, said the study's lead author Sergei Nayakshin, of the University of Leicester in England. ... 

The prevalence puzzle: Autism counts - Karen Weintraub for Nature.com In a study published this year 8 , a team led by Terry Brugha, a psychiatrist at the University of Leicester, UK, looked into autism's past by counting ...

Can You Help Support A Music Startup On Reality TV Show? - Music Indistry News Network Research from Dr Adrian North of Leicester University also showed that brands with music in their brand identity are 96% more likely to be recalled than ... 

Research and Markets: Electrochemical Nanofabrication: Principles ... - Bradenton Herald A. Robert Hillman - Chairman, International Society of Electrochemistry, University of Leicester, UK. Nanotechnology has attracted billions of venture ... 

Research and Markets: Electrochemical Nanofabrication: Principles ... - Virtual-Strategy Magazine A. Robert Hillman - Chairman, International Society of Electrochemistry, University of Leicester, UK. Nanotechnology has attracted billions of venture ... 

Research and Markets: Electrochemical Nanofabrication: Principles ... - SunHerald.com A. Robert Hillman - Chairman, International Society of Electrochemistry, University of Leicester, UK. Nanotechnology has attracted billions of venture ... 

Research and Markets: Electrochemical Nanofabrication: Principles ... - SYS-CON Media A. Robert Hillman - Chairman, International Society of Electrochemistry, University of Leicester, UK. Nanotechnology has attracted billions of venture ... 

IMF Raises Red Flag on Cyprus' Economy - Southern Daily Press University of Leicester Financial Economics Professor Panicos Demetriades told SETimes the government's deficit reduction plan іѕ credible, but shоuld bе ...

Team Leicester provides new sporting identity for clubs at ... - Loughborough News The University of Leicester and Students' Union have announced the launch of Team Leicester- a new identity for the varied sports clubs on campus. ...

Quality accolade for University of Leicester based Childrens ... - Loughborough News The Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group (CCLG) at the University of Leicester has been certified as a provider of high quality health and social care ... 

World leading centre of excellence in vibrometry to be established ... - Loughborough News The University of Leicester has been allocated £1.07 million towards a £5.6 ... Vice-Chancellor of theUniversity of Leicester, Professor Bob Burgess, ...

University of Leicester development named Project of the Year at ... - Loughborough News The £17m redevelopment of the University of Leicester's Percy Gee building has won another major regional award. The ambitious redesign of the University's ...

A cricketing century - England vs India, 1911-2011 - Loughborough News As England and India once more end their battle on the cricket field, this time in India, a University of Leicester historian has been studying the ...

University researcher seeks elderly volunteers to help with new ... - Loughborough News A University of Leicester student is embarking on new research into visual perception in the elderly. The findings could have important implications for ... 

Tacitus prism the reality of Roman Egypt - Loughborough News The true face of life in Roman Egypt will be laid bare in a lecture by a former University of Leicesterhistorian on 1 November. ... 

World authorities on English slang to converge on Leicester - Loughborough News An impressive list of the greatest authorities on English slang worldwide will be gathering at theUniversity of Leicester in September 2012 for a workshop ... 

Evidence That Black Holes Eat Planets And Asteroids Too - Technology Review (blog) Today, Kastytis Zubovas, at the University of Leicester in the UK, and a couple of pals say they know. These guys think the small flares are the death ... 

Coloured light could provide home treatment for tinnitus - Stephen Harris for The Engineer Scientists from Leicester University and UK company Orthoscopics will work with designers from the public body to explore ways in which research on the ... 

Vibrometry research centre to be established at University of ... - Eureka The University of Leicester has been allocated £1.07million to help create a world leading vibrometry research centre supporting engineering and ...

Festival proves a hit with faithful - Victoria Owen for The Oxford Times Renaissance expert Prof Gordon Campbell, of Leicester University, and University of Wales linguist David Crystal brought the KJV to life with animated ... 

Festival proves a hit with faithful - Victoria Owen for Banbury Cake Renaissance expert Prof Gordon Campbell, of Leicester University, and University of Wales linguist David Crystal brought the KJV to life with animated ... 

Mysterious Clouds Around Super-massive Black Holes Caused by ... - International Business Times The researchers from Britain's Leicester University found that some of these black holes were "obscured from view" due to the presence of the mysterious ... 

New kidney blood pressure clues - Banbridge Leader This research was carried out by the Universities of Sydney and Ballarat in Australia, and the University of Leicester. The study received funding from ... 

New kidney blood pressure clues - Dromore Today This research was carried out by the Universities of Sydney and Ballarat in Australia, and the University of Leicester. The study received funding from ... 

New kidney blood pressure clues - Filey Today This research was carried out by the Universities of Sydney and Ballarat in Australia, and the University of Leicester. The study received funding from ...

New kidney blood pressure clues - Antrim Times This research was carried out by the Universities of Sydney and Ballarat in Australia, and the University of Leicester. The study received funding from ... 

New kidney blood pressure clues - Tyrone Today This research was carried out by the Universities of Sydney and Ballarat in Australia, and theUniversity of Leicester. The study received funding from ... 

New kidney blood pressure clues - Littlehampton Gazette This research was carried out by the Universities of Sydney and Ballarat in Australia, and the University of Leicester. The study received funding from ... 

New kidney blood pressure clues - Harborough Mail This research was carried out by the Universities of Sydney and Ballarat in Australia, and the University of Leicester. The study received funding from ... 

New kidney blood pressure clues - Halifax Evening Courier This research was carried out by the Universities of Sydney and Ballarat in Australia, and the University of Leicester. The study received funding from ... 

1 November 2011 

Supermassive Black Hole Surrounded By Dust From Collisions - Claire Shefchik for ThirdAge ... harmful radiation from reaching the rest of the host galaxy," study author Sergei Nayakshin of England's University of Leicester said in a statement. ...

Supermassive Black Hole Clouds Made By Cosmic Collisions - Sarah Long for ThirdAge ... how they affect their host galaxies, said the study's lead author, Sergei Nayakshin of the University of Leicester in England, as reported by Reuters. ...

Planet Collisions May Create Mysterious Dust Clouds - Voice of America Scientists at Britain's Leicester University suggest the powerful cosmic crashes generate such tremendous energy that microscopic dust grains are all that ...

Dusty Cloaks Around Huge Black Holes Could Be Smashed Planets - LiveScience.com ... black holes sterile, even before they are destroyed, said the study's lead author Sergei Nayakshin, of the University of Leicester in England. ...

Smashed planet remains may surround black holes - CBS News ... black holes sterile, even before they are destroyed, said the study's lead author Sergei Nayakshin, of the University of Leicester in England. ...

Planets Smashed into Dust Near Supermassive Black Holes - Fars News Agency The scientists, led by Dr. Sergei Nayakshin of the University of Leicester, are publishing their results in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal ...

Dust Around Black Holes May Be Smashed Planets - The Epoch Times ... much of the harmful radiation from reaching the rest of the host galaxy," said Sergei Nayakshin at the University of Leicester in a press release. ...

Planets may be smashed to dust near black holes - World Science A group of scientists led by Sergei Nayakshin of the University of Leicester, UK, has published the theory in the research journal Monthly Notices of the ...

£5.5m windfall brings 400 jobs to Leicestershire - Leicester Mercury The University of Leicester secured £1.07 million to build a centre to test the impact of severe vibration on motor vehicles. Professor Kevin Schurer ...

Center of Excellence in Vibrometry to be Established at University ... - Product Design & Development By University of Leicester Rear From Left: Professor Sarah Hainsworth, Professor in ... Credit:University of Leicester The University of Leicester has been ...

Leicester University plans vibrometry research centre - The Engineer Leicester University is to establish a vibrometry research centre to support engineering and manufacturing in the automotive, aerospace and space sectors. ...

World leading center of excellence in vibrometry to be established ... - PhysOrg.com Credit: University of Leicester The University of Leicester has been allocated ... Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leicester, Professor Bob Burgess, ...

World leading center of excellence in vibrometry to be established ... - EurekAlert The University of Leicester has been allocated £1.07 million towards a £5.6 ... Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leicester, Professor Bob Burgess, ...

World leading centre of excellence in vibrometry to be established ... - Nanowerk LLC The University of Leicester has been allocated £1.07 million ... Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leicester, Professor Bob Burgess, ... 

Ben's hat-trick is crucial for Derwent - Bakewell Today ... threat down the left flank in their match against Leicester University. ... away at frequent intervals and almost inviting Leicester Uni on to them, ...

Ben's hat-trick is crucial for Derwent - Matlock Today ... threat down the left flank in their match against Leicester University. ... away at frequent intervals and almost inviting Leicester Uni on to them, ...

Dept. of Defense analyst sells Capitol Hill North 2BD - Shania Sampson for Blockshopper She holds a BA in fine arts from New York University and an MFA in museum administration from the University of Leicester. According to BlockShopper.com, ...

New kidney clue to high blood pressure - NHS Choices This research was carried out by the Universities of Sydney and Ballarat in Australia, and theUniversity of Leicester. The study received funding from ...

Festival proves a hit with faithful - Victoria Owen for Oxford Mail Renaissance expert Prof Gordon Campbell, of Leicester University, and University of Wales linguist David Crystal brought the KJV to life with animated ... 

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