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A new machine which can spot even small amounts of the highly infectious Clostridium difficile bacteria through 'smell' has been developed by researchers at Leicester.
Our next Open Days are on Saturday 20 September and Saturday 25 October. Open Days give you the perfect opportunity to meet some of our current students and teaching staff and hear about living and studying at Leicester.
HSBC research reveals that Leicester is the most affordable university destination in Britain saving students almost £100 per week compared to other locations. The research looked at the cost of living at universities in the twenty towns and cities in Britain with the largest student populations.
An educational film from the University of Leicester has been nominated for a Royal Television Society Award. The film showcases the stories of seven people living in Leicester who have been victimised for different reasons and in a variety of ways.
Tributes to figure with huge energy and dynamism who had a lifelong association with the University of Leicester and the city.
A team from our Department of Chemistry and the British Geological Survey have carried out groundbreaking research which could improve efficiency and reduce the environmental impacts of the fracking process which recovers gas and oil from shale rock.
The Royal Society has announced that Professor Sir Alec Jeffreys KBE FRS has been awarded the Copley Medal, believed to be the world’s oldest scientific prize. Jeffreys receives the medal for his pioneering work on variation and mutation in the human genome.
New experiment, led by the University of Leicester, reveals the liquid-like motion of atoms, giving new possibilities for man-made materials.
A study, funded by Kidney Research UK and conducted by the Leicester Kidney Exercise Team has shown that walking for half an hour, three to five days a week can significantly reduce kidney disease symptoms and their frequency, including tiredness, joint pain and muscle weakness.
Members of our Earth Observation Science Group will work with NASA on an important new mission to investigate atmospheric carbon dioxide. The group will analyse data from Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2), NASA's first spacecraft dedicated to studying atmospheric carbon dioxide which was launched last week.
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Leicester has won a ‘terrific treble’ in the National Teaching Fellowship scheme, with the award of three prestigious fellowships. This year’s winners are Professor Glenn Fulcher, Professor Sue Law and Professor Jeremy Levesley.