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Happy Hanukkah!

Happy Hanukkah!

Tuesday 12 December marks the start of Hanukkah, an important 8 day Jewish festival.

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Paternoster lift in Attenborough

Paternoster lift in Attenborough

It is with a heavy heart that we have to inform the University community that we are going to have to retire the Paternoster lift in the Attenborough Tower.

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Student PCs to be able to operate Windows 10 from summer 2018

The project enabling University computers to function on the new operating system continues to make good progress however technical challenges mean the system will not be rolled out until next year.

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University grateful for overwhelming support from students, staff and alumni on #GivingTuesday

Staff and students came together this Giving Tuesday, to find out how they can support the University and all of its amazing causes.

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Latest News

Latest News

Student calculates which colour lightsaber would be most powerful

Student calculates which colour lightsaber would be most powerful

Leicester student analyses power output of iconic Star Wars weapons based on wavelengths

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New research blows the lid on volcanic activity

New research blows the lid on volcanic activity

Study of ancient eruptions challenges hotly debated issues

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Leicester’s Hospitals signs Memorandum of Understanding with China

Leicester’s Hospitals signs Memorandum of Understanding with China

Deal follows establishment of a Sister Renal Centre between Leicester and Nantong last year and a joint PhD programme established by our University

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School of Business Professor features in FT on impact of trauma

School of Business Professor features in FT on impact of trauma

Professor Mark Stein describes how trauma can affect political and economic decision making

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Leicester Diabetes Centre gets global recognition

Leicester Diabetes Centre gets global recognition

A diabetes research centre based in Leicester has officially been recognised for its “high global standards” by an international authority on the condition

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