New Websites: May - September 2013

Posted by sss38 at Oct 01, 2013 03:15 PM |
We continuously work with yourselves when you are creating websites. See which new websites we have published in the period May - September 2013.

If you would like to create a new website, or significantly change an existing one, fill in the Website Brief and email it to before you begin. We will then contact you directly to begin the process.

Below is a list of websites that we have published recently. If you have any questions on how the sites were
created contact us through .

Body Donation

Discover how you can donate your body for medical education after your death, for teaching of the structure and function of the human body.

Leicester Cardiovascular Biomedical Research Unit

Update and redesign BRU website with sections for the public and researchers. Create relevant social media channels.

Centre for English Local History

The website offers information about the teaching, events, publications and learning resources concerning the degree programmes in English Local History.


ChiSRA brings together colleagues from across the University and beyond who have a research interest in China and China Studies into a network which aims to both build research links and help to shape strategy for developments in this area.

Enterprise and Business Development

Internal business site for staff.

Business Services

External business site for the public.

Education CPD+

Providing CPD support and consultancy for education.

Extremes of Cruelty Research Network

Draws together academics, practitioners, and other interested parties, from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds to explore shared interests in human evil and cruelty.

Global, Colonial & Postcolonial Research at Leicester

The Global, Colonial & Postcolonial Network was established in 2012 to bring together researchers from across the Colleges of  Arts, Humanities & Law, Social Science and Science & Engineering.

Social Worlds/100 Objects

The social science of project was developed in response to a desire to increase understanding of the social sciences amongst potential students and the public. It is also designed to solve an internal communications challenge and develop internal understanding social sciences at Leicester.

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