November

Natera Chosen for Longitudinal Circulating Tumour DNA Study in Breast Cancer

Collaboration with Imperial College London and University of Leicester to Leverage Signatera™ (RUO) Personalized ctDNA Technology

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University of Leicester postgraduate students bring the story of WW1 African soldiers to light

Students Yewande Okuleye and I-Yun Cheng were involved in researching, developing and curating current exhibition at London’s Brent Museum and Archives

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New treatment offers hope for patients with heart failure

University of Leicester and Leicester’s Hospitals lead procedure as part of HOPE-HF clinical trial

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Author of ‘Madame Doubtfire’ and Carnegie Medal winner Anne Fine to share what inspires her writing

The Leicester-born, nationally acclaimed writer of children’s fiction will discuss tailoring writing to different audiences at Literary Leicester on 18 November

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Study of Natural Disasters offers insights to save lives

Book ‘Avoidable Deaths’ deals with one of the fundamental questions of the 21st Century

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Reverend Canon Dr Giles Fraser to deliver lecture on Theology and Refugees

Church of England Priest, journalist and broadcaster Giles Fraser will conduct this year’s Derek Hole lecture at University of Leicester on 20 November

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Leicester to become first UK city to join global initiative against urban diabetes

Leicester will join the likes of Copenhagen, Mexico City, Rome and Shanghai in becoming part of the Cities Changing Diabetes programme to tackle the dramatic rise of type 2 diabetes in urban areas

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University of Leicester students contribute to tourism development in city

International students taking the new MSc Marketing for Places and Tourism meet City Council to discuss ideas for generating innovative tourist products in Leicester

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Rhyme and ride with Arriva as Leicester gets literary!

Bus users could be in for more of a cultural experience while they travel this week, as Arriva gets on board with the Literary Leicester Festival (15th -18th November)

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£2 million boost for Leicester scientists to tackle hard-to-treat cancers

Scientists in Leicester are set to benefit from almost £2 million to look into new ways to treat lung cancer and pancreatic cancer

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Journeys in Translation

University of Leicester event on Thursday 23 November 2017 is free and open to all

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Exhibition showcases research and innovation to the public

46 images capturing the cutting-edge research of the University of Leicester will be on display at Queen’s Hall on Tuesday 5 December 2017

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Video interview with iconic street artist released

Creator of Orton artwork in Leicester talks to Dr Emma Parker from the University of Leicester

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Joe Orton on the BBC

BBC 2 Documentary made with support from University of Leicester

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Unique collection of metal artefacts from Iron Age settlement sheds new light on prehistoric feasting rituals

Prehistoric cauldrons, ancient sword and assorted metalwork among nationally significant findings discovered by University of Leicester archaeologists at Glenfield Park, Leicestershire

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First evidence for Julius Caesar's invasion of Britain discovered

University of Leicester archaeologists suggest Caesar’s fleet first landed in Pegwell Bay, Isle of Thanet, Kent in 54BC and constructed fort nearby

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Event to explore how arts and culture can better reflect our diverse society

University of Leicester event organised by CAMEo Research Institute for Cultural and Media Economies to take place on Thursday 30 November

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College Court wins national award for Best Customer Service

University of Leicester’s Conference Centre & Hotel picks up national recognition for excellence

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Leicester event to explore human rights issues through film and the Arts

“Broken Chords Can Sing a Little” to take place as part of Leicester’s Human Rights Arts and Film Festival on 5 December

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas on Campus

Christmas comes alive at the University of Leicester from Thursday 7 to Saturday 9 December

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas on Campus - Read More…

Public invited to celebrate creativity and wellbeing

University of Leicester to host public ‘I Feel Better When Wellbeing Matters’ event on 2 December

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