Blog Entry Scientists take to air and sea to chart progress on greenhouse gases
University of Leicester among team measuring emissions across the UK
Blog Entry Was King Richard III a control freak?
University of Leicester psychologists believe Richard III was not a psychopath – but he may have had control freak tendencies
Blog Entry ‘University of Leicester is a five-star institution’
New audit awards University of Leicester with highest possible rating
Blog Entry Leicester brain researchers explain how your brain works for awareness week
University brain researchers to give series of talks on Wednesday, March 13 for Brain Awareness Week
Blog Entry Providing businesses with the route to success
Free workshop showcases new freight route mapping service from G-STEP at the University of Leicester
Blog Entry Geologists propose new 'compromise' for dispute over measuring time
University of Leicester scientist leads team tackling issue that has caused controversy and potential split in geologists’ community
Blog Entry Researchers propose 'new type of university'
Study traces development of universities through the ages
Blog Entry The science of the chilli pepper and the impact of inherited disease
Hot topics to be explored at the University of Leicester public lectures on Tuesday 12 March
Blog Entry Leicester schoolchildren create a scene at University of Leicester building project
Mural at University of Leicester’s College Hall brings together the local community
Blog Entry New book on the Great Depression provides lessons for today’s policymakers
New book co-edited by University of Leicester economic historian presents key research on the Great Depression of the 1930s
Blog Entry Leicester Geoscience Student Wins MICROMINE Bursary Award
Programme aims to invest in students’ technical development, showcasing links between academia and industry
Blog Entry ‘How do you solve a problem like behaviour?’
Expert social scientist to give Inaugural Lecture at University of Leicester on Tuesday 12 March.
Blog Entry University of Leicester’s discovery of King Richard III named Research Project of the Year
The Search for Richard III wins prestigious award from Current Archaeology magazine following a record number of votes from the general public
Blog Entry £600,000 boost for University of Leicester’s New Galleries Appeal
Funding will support building of new gallery wing at Embrace Arts, the University’s inclusive, multi-use arts venue
Blog Entry Leicester Cathedral Design Briefing for Reinterment of Richard lll
Leicester Cathedral to publish design brief on Wednesday 13 March
Blog Entry University of Leicester mathematicians calculate chances of actually discovering King Richard III were less than 1%
Fact that astonishing discovery was made at all is testament to world-class expertise of University of Leicester team
Blog Entry Virtual cities from laser scanning: how Pompeii and Ostia were brought to Japan
University of Leicester welcomes visiting Professor from Japan for a School of Archaeology and Ancient History special lecture on Tuesday 12 March
Blog Entry University of Leicester celebrates charity work of Leicester’s students
Students raise over £273,000 over three years for Childreach International
Blog Entry Neuro-magic: Magician uses magic tricks to study the brain’s powers of perception and memory
A magician is bringing his magic tricks to the field of neuroscience for his PhD at the University of Leicester
Blog Entry Students to visit site of Richard III’s death and learn Shakespearean stage fighting
University of Leicester English BA students to visit Bosworth battlefield heritage site for workshops on Thursday, March 14
Blog Entry Marvel at comic book language and explore links between Shakespeare and the Church
University of Leicester PhD graduates present their research on Wednesday 13 March
Blog Entry University of Leicester hosts events to mark Holocaust Awareness Week
The story of a Holocaust Survivor and the nature of Holocaust ‘tourism’ at talks on 13 and 14 March
Blog Entry Leicester Cathedral Design Briefing for Reinterment of Richard III
Design brief available online from 12noon, Wednesday 13th March
Blog Entry University of Leicester showcases technology that is out of this world
Space researchers among ‘best of the best’ in British creativity and innovation at Innovate UK 2013
Blog Entry Leicester community gathers to mark 25th anniversary of genocide
Kurdish people commemorate atrocity when 5,000 people were killed by poison gas
Blog Entry Leicester hosts top delegation of education leaders from Pakistan
Visit will strengthen links between Pakistan’s universities and Leicester
Blog Entry Mars rover finds conditions once suited for ancient life
Leicester planetary scientist involved in discovery of clay samples in Mars rock
Blog Entry The formula for fun: explore the mysteries of maths at the University of Leicester
Mathematicians demonstrate the magic of National Science and Engineering Week on Friday 15 March
Blog Entry Call for papers for major banking and finance conference co-organised by the University of Leicester
International Finance and Banking Society is inviting submissions for its 2013 Conference
Blog Entry Smithsonian award for Mars Rover mission featuring Leicester scientist
Prestigious trophy for Mars Science Laboratory Project, involving University of Leicester planetary scientist Dr John Bridges
Blog Entry Insights from key figures in Search for Richard III at public lecture
The Search for Richard III – the Archaeology and the Genetics explored at the University of Leicester on Thursday 21 March
Blog Entry Getting Inside the Minds of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown
University of Leicester to Host Conference Reflecting On Thirteen Years of New Labour
Blog Entry Should we consume less, more or differently? Mixed messages and multiple meanings in modern marketing
Marketing expert to give inaugural lecture on Tuesday 19 March at the University of Leicester
Blog Entry C is for Carbon Footprint
University of Leicester project teaches tomorrow’s heroes how to save the world
Blog Entry University of Leicester recognised for helping students prepare for the world of work
The University of Leicester has been recognised for its work helping students prepare for the world of work by the Association of Graduate Recruiters; the largest voice for graduate employers in the UK
Blog Entry Debates on ‘adult’ fashion for children reveal growing concern for ‘lost’ childhood
University of Leicester sociologist to highlight children’s own mixed reactions to controversial clothing styles
Blog Entry University of Leicester discovery is cited among the ‘most important British innovations’ of the past 100 years
Online poll lists Genetic Fingerprinting as a contender in national campaign
Blog Entry Hot air produced by MPs in the House of Commons has useful power output
University of Leicester Physics students calculate that MPs debating in the Commons produce 10.34 kW of power
Blog Entry University of Leicester continues to lead the way on widening access to top-ranking Higher Education
Latest HESA performance indicators show Leicester meeting or exceeding benchmarks for attracting students from low participation backgrounds
Blog Entry World Water Day: expert calls for end to ‘water inequality’
‘Water will in the coming century become like petrol - a scarce commodity of huge demand and limited supply’ - Dr Georgios Patsiaouras, University of Leicester
Blog Entry How to investigate the investigators
Criminology expert to discuss the ethical difficulties of becoming a police researcher at University of Leicester lecture on Wednesday 27 March
Blog Entry Lightbulb moment: University of Leicester partnership with local business leads to Innovation Award
Bulb Studios awarded for innovative market research apps created in partnership with the University of Leicester
Blog Entry Scientists identify link between faster ‘biological’ ageing and risk of developing age-related diseases such as heart disease and cancer
University of Leicester leads team studying telomere length in chromosomes
Blog Entry Mars Mission Talk Marks Anniversary of Astronomical Discovery
University of Leicester astronomer discusses his work on the Mars Curiosity Rover

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