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University of Leicester in the Media - July 2010

Monthly summary of stories with web links citing the University of Leicester

You can access details of previous months' media as well as press coverage here .


Broadcast News

  • Professor David Lambert was interviewed by BBC Radio Leicester about PhD research by Nikolaos Dietis into new drugs that relieve cancer pain which he supervised.
  • James Treadwell was interviewed on BBC News 24 on 8 July at 12.30pm and on BBC World News Today on 9 July about the Raoul Moat manhunt.
  • James Treadwell appeared on the BBC Radio Leicester Breakfast Programme on 8 July to discuss the backgrounds and social circumstances of young people who offend.
  • On the 22 July, James Treadwell was interviewd by BBC News 24 about the decision of the CPS not to bring charges in the Tomlinson case and the policing of the G20 demonstration.

31 July 2010

Scotsman - Living - Real Lives: Top award for a city academic who really counts - ...also chancellor of the University of Leicester from 1995 to 2005. My wife Lily was brought up in Edinburgh and it was only fair to bring her back, he said. "I like hills and in Edinburgh I can see hills wherever I look. I used to live in Cambridge, which is quite flat. But Edinburgh is a beautiful city, one of the finest in the UK.

Edinburgh Evening News - Real Lives: Top award for a city academic who really counts - ...also chancellor of the University of Leicester from 1995 to 2005. My wife Lily was brought up in Edinburgh and it was only fair to bring her back," he said. "I like hills and in Edinburgh I can see hills wherever I look. I used to live in Cambridge, which is quite flat. But Edinburgh is a beautiful city, one of the finest in the UK.

30 July 2010

The Malta Independent - Second Maltese student awarded prestigious award - ...Science programme of the University of Leicester?s Centre for Labour Market Studies. Joe Gerada, chief executive officer of the Foundation for Human Resources Development, which represents the centre in Malta, said that this achievement is another demonstration of the abilities of local students following the CLMS Human Resources programmes. In fact 30 per cent of students following these programmes...

Jarrow & Hebburn Gazette - Fancy a dance, your Majesty? - ...Historical Studies at the University of Leicester, and one of several friends who has nominated the couple for an award, called Mrs and Mrs Smith "absolutely selfless.

South Tyneside Today - Fancy a dance, your Majesty? - ...Historical Studies at the University of Leicester, and one of several friends who has nominated the couple for an award, called Mrs and Mrs Smith "absolutely selfless.

This Is Weston Supermare - Time dedicated to enriching village life through church - ...officer. She went to Leicester University to study sociology and met Paul through the university Scout and Guide Club.

29 July 2010

Leicester Mercury - He's the hottest new talent in the hip-hop-pop world after a string of top ... - It will be based at the University of Leicester's new £16.8 million Students' Union building. The Academy Music Group, whose shareholders are Live Nation, ...

Times Higher Education - Works of art featured - ... works of art featured in an international exhibition of sculpture that has been held annually at the University of Leicester for the past nine years. ...

Billboard Business News - AMG Continues UK Expansion - UK urban star Professor Green will officially launch the 1450-capacity venue, which is housed within the University of Leicester Students' Union complex. ...

Daily Telegraph - Women refugees: stories of success and survival in Britain - ...in political science at Leicester University and is about to start a PhD. I love my job, but England isn't my home. I was 31 when I came, and my life is back home. I don't consider myself lucky. Everything I've got here I deserve.

Melton Today - Mum and daughter's degree glee - ...English local history from Leicester University. Ann, who works as a chemistry technician at Melton's King Edward VII School, studied part-time for two years. It is her second degree after she graduated with a degree in nutrition at the age of 21 from Queen Elizabeth College in London.

Times Higher Education Supplement - Neurodiversity: Discovering the Extraordinary Gifts of Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia and Other Brain Differences - ...research associate at the University of Leicester, where she has recently completed a doctorate on autistic intelligence.

E-Health Insider - EHI's industry round up - ...and emergency medicine from Leicester University. It helps GPs and doctors and nurses in emergency departments to examine and diagnose seven common childhood problems, such as rash, fever and fits.

Times Higher Education Supplement - University of Leicester - Left behind - University of Leicester - Left behind. . Highly educated people often assume their politics are left wing even when they are not. James Rockey, lecturer in economics at the University of Leicester, used the World Values Survey to compare 136,000 individuals' perceptions of their political leanings with their actual positions on substantive issues. He said one reason for the discrepancy might be that...

Melton Times - Saddle up and help beat heart disease - ...research work at the University of Leicester. Entry is for adults and £5 for children under 16.

Stereo Board - Goo Goo Dolls Tickets - ...00, O2 Academy Leicester, O2 Academy Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom, AgencyThe Goo Goo Dolls

Music Week - Report questions whether music works - ...work done by the University of Leicester in 1999 that found productivity is lower when no music is played and that music will improve moral of staff. PRS says music can “create a positive effect of customers and employees”.

28 July 2010

Leicester Sound 105.4FM - Professor Green at O2 Leicester - ...Gee building, at the University of Leicester, currently undergoing a 15m development. The introduction of the live music and club venue is an integral feature of this programme, with facilities to cater for the biggest live acts on the touring circuit. With a vibrant local scene, there will be two additional production-complete venues on site, O2 Academy2 Leicester (500 capacity) and O2 Academy3...

The National - Israel is doing well for itself, Arabs are not - ...research team from the University of Leicester in Britain. The study found that the death rate among newborns and the cancer rate among the Fallujah population after the 2004 US military raids have exceeded those registered in Hiroshima and Nagasaki,? according to the columnist.

Music Week - Professor Green to open O2 Academy Leicester - ...its transformation at the University of Leicester campus. The September 23 curtain raiser will mark the debut performance at the 1,450 capacity O2 Academy 1 Leicester, which has been purpose built by Academy Music Group to extend the level of shows that can be hosted by the venue.

musicweek.com - Professor Green to open O2 Academy Leicester - ... Professor Green will open the new O2 Academy Leicester in September when the venue completes its transformation at the University of Leicester campus. ...

Gigwise - Professor Green To Open New Academy Venue In Leicester - The Academy is located on the University of Leicester campus. A further two venues are also set to open. The Magic Numbers, Corinne Bailey Rae and Plan B

NME.com - Professor Green to open new venue in Leicester - ticket details - His performance marks the beginning of a series of shows on the grounds of the University Of Leicester. Other acts set to appear on the bill in the coming ...

27 July 2010

NewsBlaze - East Midlands Researchers Living La Vida Local - For the month of September, a lecturer from the University of Leicester and his partner from the University of Nottingham plan to live solely off produce ...

Free Market Mojo (blog) - Who is Left-Wing, and Who Just Thinks They Are? - by Ariel Goldring A new study published by the University of Leicester Department of Economic suggests that highly educated people assume that they are left .

Leicester Mercury - Residents are campaigning for secure gates to be fitted to alleyways in ... - The University of Leicester law lecturer met a number of victims of multiple burglaries when she stood as a Liberal Democrat candidate in Castle ward ...

The Epoch Times - Oldest Evidence of Pet Tortoise in UK Discovered - ... said Dr. Richard Thomas, a zooarchaeologist at the University of Leicester, who described the find in the journal Post-Medieval Archaeology. ...

News Blaze - East Midlands Researchers Living La Vida Local - ...a lecturer from the University of Leicester and his partner from the University of Nottingham plan to live solely off produce sourced from within a 1.5 mile radius of their home.

Investegate - Acquisition of Teck Cominco B - ...mineral exploration from the University of Leicester. He has worked in South America and in Central America and Europe, where he was responsible for grassroots regional metalliferous exploration programmes through to resources definition and mine development.

Herts and Essex Observer - Edward’s on a mission to stir up support - ...just graduated from the University of Leicester with a degree in sociology. He got a taste for charity fund-raising while studying.

Diabetes UK - Diabetes Risk Score assessment tool - ...developed in collaboration with University of Leicester and University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust.

Aviva Ireland - 26.07.10 - Enzyme research brings skin cancer hope - ...a team from the University of Leicester, UK, found that vitamin C is effective in helping to repair skin cells damaged by the sun.

BBC News - Ample bodied - ...for a PhD at Leicester University, says Hendricks has a much more realistic figure because she's not skinny, but women looking to match it may end up falling short.

26 July 2010

25 July 2010

TheHeart.Org - Unique study reveals "mosaic" model for TG genetics - ... only a small proportion of the heritability is explained by the discovered common variants," explained Dr Nilesh J Samani (University of Leicester, UK). ...

24 July 2010

23 July 2010

Globe and Mail - Have your friends become closet conservatives? - Researchers at the University of Leicester recently examined the stated values of 136000 people in 48 countries and found that well-educated people are most ...

This is Nottingham (Evening Post) - Sir David Attenborough receives honorary degree at Nottingham Trent University - ...as the son of University of Leicester academics, and how that motived him to pursue learning himself. Sir David Attenborough gave a pretty inspiring speech said graduate Nadzry Nurdin. It was quite moving.

24Dash.com - Amazed at a maze - ...a maze in the University of Leicester Botanic Garden in Oadby, as part of ‘Heart, Head and Hands’, the ninth summer sculpture exhibition held by the University. Not quite, perhaps, on the scale of Ha. Gudrun Nielsen's work 'Labyrinth'

22 July 2010

Leicester Mercury - De Montfort University, Leicester - The university is one of 61 higher education institutions facing fines. A HEFCE spokesman confirmed the University of Leicester stayed within its limits ...

Early Day Motions - DIABETES RESEARCH - ...work done by the University of Leicester, which is one of only 20 centres worldwide which are capable of harvesting the pancreatic islets; notes that diabetes and diabetes-related conditions cost the NHS 1 million per hour; and calls on the Government to increase research funding as this could prevent this huge expenditure in the future.

Healthcare Republic - How to ... Deal with a stalking problem - ...According to a 2005 University of Leicester study on stalking, victims may suffer from stress, insomnia, depression, paranoia and even post-traumatic stress disorder.

21 July 2010

Leicester Mercury - Supercomputer unveiled to aid researchers - Alice, which has processing power equivalent to more than 2000 desktop computers, will help University of Leicester researchers find answers to mysteries ...

24Dash.com - Iron in the soul - ...exhibition held by the University of Leicester in its Botanic Garden in Oadby, Leicester rediscovered his ancestral roots through his art. Expl. L-R: John Sydney Carter's works 'Joker', 'Knot' and 'Red Plus Black'

20 July 2010

Fostering Network - Booking for the annual conference is now open! - ...in education at the University of Leicester and founder of The Letterbox Club. Workshops and seminars will cover a range of topics including autism and play; the transition from care to higher education; and how to inspire a love of books.

This is Nottingham (Evening Post) - Professor John Brookfield: How DNA profiling works - ...Alec Jeffreys, at the University of Leicester in the early 1980s, it seems that every year individuals can be identified with greater certainty.

BBC Leicester - Festival of British Archaeology - ...Richard Buckley, of the University of Leicester Archaeology Services and director of excavations at Leicester Abbey, took a guided walk around the remains. I met Richard in the park for a foretaste of the event.

Logistics Handling - Pall-Ex CEO honoured for contribution to business - ...honorary degree from the University of Leicester. Hilary – who founded the UK's number one network for the distribution of palletised freight in 1996 – was presented with her degree of Doctor of Laws by the University's Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Robert Burgess at a graduation ceremony on Tuesday 13 July.

This is London - What makes an honorary graduate? - O'Grady is to receive an Honorary Doctor of Arts from De Montfort University in Leicester. As he walks across the stage at De Montfort Hall, O'Grady will be

19 July 2010

Freight Industry Times - Pall-Ex CEO honoured for contribution to business - ...honorary degree from the University of Leicester. Hilary – who founded the UK’s number one network for the distribution of palletised freight in 1996 – was presented with her degree of Doctor of Laws by the University’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Robert Burgess at a graduation ceremony on Tuesday 13th July.

International Freighting Weekly - Hilary Devey - ...Honorary degree from the University of Leicester. Pall-Ex CEO Hilary Devey has been recognised for her contribution to business in Leicestershire by the award of an honorary degree from the University of Leicester.

DailyTech - Record-Breaking Blast Left NASA Satellite "Dazed And Confused" - ...Phil Evans from the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom. So many photons were bombarding the detector each second that it just couldn't count them quickly enough. It was like trying to use a rain gauge and a bucket to measure the flow rate of a tsunami.

Stock Markets Review - Risk of death higher for babies born outside normal working week in Scotland - ... to the rest of the UK and perhaps other countries, say David Field and Lucy Smith from the University of Leicester in an accompanying editorial. ...

18 July 2010

17 July 2010

People.co.uk - Wogan to receive honorary degree - ...annual conference at the University of Leicester, which decided to recognise the former Radio 2 Breakfast Show presenter with an honorary degree. The 71-year-old Irishman, who was born in Limerick, is being awarded a Doctor of Laws at De Montfort Hall in the city during a Friday afternoon ceremony.

Wired-Gov - UK Space Agency to explore the Universe with Cosmic Vision - ...London, University College London, University of Leicester, Open University, University of Cambridge and Warwick University) have involvement in PLATO and Prof Don Pollacco of Queens University Belfast is the Principal Investigator of the international PLATO Science Consortium.

Englemed Health News - Out of hours risk to new babies - ...Field, a neonatal specialist at Leicester University, says the results probably apply across Britain.#

Leicester Mercury - Broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan, University of Leicester, degree - Leicester-born Peter Wilby, a former pupil of Beauchamp College in Oadby, was also given an honorary degree by the University of Leicester yesterday for his ...

Borneo Bulletin - Royal Geographical Society awards Brunei student for research - By Aziz Idris A postgraduate student from Brunei, studying at the University of Leicester's Department of Geography, has been awarded the Masters ...

16 July 2010

MedPage Today - Off-Hour Births Carry Higher Risk of Perinatal Death - In an accompanying editorial, David Field, MBBS, DM, and Lucy Smith, PhD, of the University of Leicester in England, wrote, "Although similar data are not ...

The Week Magazine - Left-wing or just over-educated? - Photo: Corbis A new study out of England's University of Leicester has found that well-educated people often consider themselves more liberal than they

The Press Association - Wogan to receive honorary degree - Terry's Old Geezers and Girls (Togs) hold their annual conference at the University of Leicester, which decided to recognise the former Radio 2 Breakfast ...

Loughborough News - Brunei student at Leicester, UK, wins prestigious prize - A postgraduate student from Brunei, studying at the University of Leicester Department of Geography, has been awarded the Masters Dissertation Prize from ...

Weasel Zippers (blog) - Study: Well-Educated People More Likely to Think They Are Left-Wing Even ... - ScienceDaily (July 14, 2010) — A new study from the University of Leicester Department of Economics reveals that highly educated people make wrong ...

Daily Mail - Babies born at night three times more at risk of death - Professor David Field from the University of Leicester, said: 'If problems show up on a heart rate monitor then it is highly likely a woman will be given a

Daily Mirror - Wogan to receive honorary degree - ...annual conference at the University of Leicester, which decided to recognise the former Radio 2 Breakfast Show presenter with an honorary degree.

24Dash.com - Brunei student at Leicester, UK, wins prestigious prize - ...Brunei, studying at the University of Leicester Department of Geography, has been awarded the Masters Dissertation Prize from the Royal Geographical Society’s Planning and Environment Research Group (PERG).

Whitby Gazette - Sir Terry to receive honorary degree

Fenland Citizen - Sir Terry to receive honorary degree

Today's Zaman - Brightest star explosion seen blinds satellite - ...Evans of Britain’s University of Leicester, who discovered the burst when he was going through some recorded data from Swift.

BBC News - Right on - ...socialists. Dr James Rockey, of Leicester University, analysed the stated values of 136,000 people in a survey carried out in 48 countries, and found that the well-educated were most likely to misplace themselves on the political spectrum.

Halstead Gazette - Wogan to receive honorary degree

www.chad.co.uk - Wogan receives honorary degree

Whitby Gazette - Wogan receives honorary degree

Belfast Telegraph - Wogan to receive honorary degree

Carnoustie Today Guide & Gazette - Wogan receives honorary degree

Booktrade - Book2Book - Letterbox Club Gets The Green Light From The Siobhan Dowd Trust! - ...Lecturer in Education at University of Leicester Rose Griffiths (joint chair)?Letterbox Club Programme Manager Marian Keen-Downs (joint chair).

Sunday Herald - At last stalking is treated with the gravity it needs - ...2005 survey by the University of Leicester with NSS found that 98% of stalking victims suffered emotional effects, and as many as one-third told the survey that they had lost their job or relationship or been forced to move because of the stalking.

Queen Mary, University of London - Scientists hope Cosmic Vision will find distant planets - ...Queens University Belfast, UCL, University of Leicester, the Institute for Astronomy in Edinburgh and University of Cambridge.

asian lite - Well-educated presume they`re more left wing - ...economics lecturer at the University of Leicester, the Telegraph reports.

Larne Times - Sir Terry to receive honorary degree

Calverley Today - Wogan receives honorary degree

Yahoo.uk Entertainment - Wogan to receive honorary degree - ...annual conference at the University of Leicester, which decided to recognise the former Radio 2 Breakfast Show presenter with an honorary degree.

Daily Telegraph - Nasa satellite 'blinded by biggest ever star explosion in space' - ...Dr Phil Evans, of Leicester University's space department, added: "The burst was so bright when it first erupted that our data-analysis software shut down.

Dromore Leader - Wogan to receive honorary degree - ...annual conference at the University of Leicester, which decided to recognise the former Radio 2 Breakfast Show presenter with an honorary degree.

The Bookseller - Booktrust extends Letterbox Club - ...lecturer in Education at University of Leicester Rose Griffiths and Keen-Downs (joint chair).

Net Doctor - Higher risk for babies born outside 9-5 - 16 Jul 10 - ...Lucy Smith, from the University of Leicester, wrote in an accompanying editorial that it is 'reasonable to assume that these results can be generalised to the rest of the UK'.

Larne Times - Wogan receives honorary degree - ...honorary degree from the University of Leicester.. Giving a speech to medical graduates at De Montfort Hall in the city, the former Radio 2 Breakfast Show presenter, 71, said:

Calverley Today - Sir Terry to receive honorary degree - ...honorary degree from the University of Leicester where his fan club meets most years.. Terry's Old Geezers and Girls (Togs) hold their annual conference at the university, which decided to recognise the former Radio 2 Breakfast Show presenter with an honorary degree.

www.chad.co.uk - Sir Terry to receive honorary degree - ...honorary degree from the University of Leicester where his fan club meets most years.. Terry's Old Geezers and Girls (Togs) hold their annual conference at the university, which decided to recognise the former Radio 2 Breakfast Show presenter with an honorary degree.

Sleaford Standard - Wogan receives honorary degree - ...honorary degree from the University of Leicester.. Giving a speech to medical graduates at De Montfort Hall in the city, the former Radio 2 Breakfast Show presenter, 71, said:

Culture 24 (Graves Art Gallery) - Culture24 kicks off metrics research project - ...PhD scholarship at the University of Leicester – will revolutionise the way the sector thinks about its digital output, the audiences it reaches and the ways in which we measure our success.

Evening Telegraph (Peterborough) - Wogan receives honorary degree - ...honorary degree from the University of Leicester. Giving a speech to medical graduates at De Montfort Hall in the city, the former Radio 2 Breakfast Show presenter, 71, said:

The Clitheroe Advertiser & Times - Sir Terry to receive honorary degree - ...honorary degree from the University of Leicester where his fan club meets most years.. Terry's Old Geezers and Girls (Togs) hold their annual conference at the university, which decided to recognise the former Radio 2 Breakfast Show presenter with an honorary degree.

e! Science News - Risk of death higher for babies born outside normal working week in Scotland - ...Lucy Smith from the University of Leicester in an accompanying editorial. However, the data leave several policy questions unanswered, such as where does the problem lie and is the difference in performance related to the numbers of staff available or their level of experience?

Science Centric - Risk of death higher for babies born outside normal working week in Scotland - ...Lucy Smith from the University of Leicester in an accompanying editorial. However, the data leave several policy questions unanswered, such as where does the problem lie and is the difference in performance related to the numbers of staff available or their level of experience?

Rutland & Stamford Mercury - Wogan to receive honorary degree - ...annual conference at the University of Leicester, which decided to recognise the former Radio 2 Breakfast Show presenter with an honorary degree.

British Medical Journal (BMJ) - Neonatal outcomes in babies born out of hours - ...Department of Health Science, University of Leicester, Leicester LE1 6TP, Time of birth and risk of neonatal death at term: retrospective cohort study Dharmintra Pasupathy, Angela M Wood, Jill P Pell, Michael Fleming, and Gordon C...

Daily Mirror - Sir Terry Wogan receives honorary degree Leicester University - ...Wogan receives honorary degree Leicester University. Sir Terry Wogan received an honorary degree yesterday from Leicester University - the place he called the "Lost City" because it kept cropping up on his traffic bulletins..

Asylum (blog) - Educated People May Not Be as Liberal as They Say They Are - James Rockey, an economist at the University of Leicester, came to this conclusion using data found in the World Values Survey -- an extensive questionnaire ...

15 July 2010

New Statesman (blog) - Graduate tax: the devil's in the details - He studied English Literature at the University of Leicester and served as a sabbatical officer at the students' union.

National Geographic - Ultrabright Gamma-ray Burst "Blinded" NASA Telescope - Luckily Swift team member Phil Evans, a postdoctoral researcher at the UK's University of Leicester, went back through the scrapped data and discovered the ...

Softpedia - Cosmic Explosion Blinds NASA Satellite - “The burst was so bright when it first erupted that our data-analysis software shut down,” said Phil Evans of Britain's University of Leicester. ...

Space Daily - Record-Breaking X-ray Blast Briefly Blinds Space Observatory - ...research assistant at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom who wrote parts of Swift's X-ray-analysis software.

BBC Glasgow, Lanarkshire and West - Out-of-hours births 'are riskier' - ...of neonatal medicine at Leicester University, agreed it was important that more experienced clinicians were immediately available. But he also stressed that there was increasing momentum towards giving women more choice over where they gave birth, including at home, in hospital, or in a midwife-led unit.

Science Codex - Risk of death higher for babies born outside normal working week in Scotland - ...Lucy Smith from the University of Leicester in an accompanying editorial. However, the data leave several policy questions unanswered, such as where does the problem lie and is the difference in performance related to the numbers of staff available or their level of experience?

The Guardian - Employment statistics by university: how likely are you to get a job when you leave your course? Full data - as a spreadsheet and visualised

Daily Mail - Cosmic X-ray blast blinds satellite - ...in the software,' explained University of Leicester’s Phil Evans. 'So many photons were bombarding the detector each second that it just couldn't count them quickly enough, it was like using a rain gauge and a bucket to measure the flow rate of a tsunami.’

Shanghai Daily - Brightest star explosion seen blinds satellite - ...Evans of Britain's University of Leicester, who discovered the burst when he was going through some recorded data from Swift.

IC Stafford - Stafford Post - Bone provides clues to pets at the castle - ...Post-Medieval Archaeology by University of Leicester archaeologist Dr Richard Thomas, suggests that by the late 19th century ordinary families were keeping animals as pets, with which there was probably some bond of affection.

Science Centric - Record-breaking X-ray blast briefly blinds space observatory - ...research assistant at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom who wrote parts of Swift's X-ray-analysis software. 'So many photons were bombarding the detector each second that it just couldn't count them quickly enough. It was like trying to use a rain gauge and a bucket to measure the flow rate of a tsunami.'

Reuters UK - Brightest star explosion seen blinds satellite - ...Evans of Britain's University of Leicester, who discovered the burst when he was going through some recorded data from Swift.

TG Daily - X-ray blast blinds Swift space observatory ...research assistant at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom who wrote parts of Swift's X-ray-analysis software.

Materials Handling World - Palletised distribution network Pall-Ex CEO Hilary Devey honored by University of Leicester - ...Hilary Devey honored by University of Leicester. Hilary Devey awarded honorary degree by University of Leicester Pall-Ex CEO and entrepreneur Hilary Devey has been recognised for her contribution to business in Leicestershire with an honorary degree from the University of Leicester.

24Dash.com - Dazzling Display From Outside Our Galaxy Caught On Camera - ...IMAGE CREDIT: Phil Evans, University of Leicester Scientists from the University of Leicester have played a leading role in an international team that has identified a dazzling burst of X-rays – the brightest ever detected from an object outside our own galaxy.

1994 Group - 'A Bold and Progressive Vision for the Sector': 1994 Group responds to Vince Cable's speech this morning - ...of London, Lancaster University, University of Leicester, Loughborough University, Queen Mary University of London, University of Reading, University of St Andrews, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of Surrey, University of Sussex, University of York.

The Post Chronicle - Brightest Star Explosion Seen Blinds Satellite - ...Evans of Britain's University of Leicester, who discovered the burst when he was going through some recorded data from Swift.

News Blaze - Who is Left-Wing, and Who Just Thinks They Are? - New research from University of Leicester Department of Economics A new study from the University of Leicester Department of Economics reveals that highly educated people make wrong assumptions about their political leanings - they are more likely to think they are left wing when they are more likely to be relatively conservative.

Trinity Mirror - Bone provides clues to pets at the castle - ...Post-Medieval Archaeology by University of Leicester archaeologist Dr Richard Thomas, suggests that by the late 19th century ordinary families were keeping animals as pets, with which there was probably some bond of affection.

Space.com - Record-Breaking X-Ray Blast Blinds Space Observatory Briefly - ... a postdoctoral research assistant at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom who wrote parts of Swift's X-ray-analysis software.

Earthtimes - Powerful X-ray blast blinds Swift, the gamma ray satellite - The burst shut down Swift's data-analysis software, said Phil Evans of Britain's University of Leicester, one of the software designers. ...

14 July 2010

New York Daily News - Well-educated people tend to be more right-wing than they think: study - The study, penned by a University of Leicester economics lecturer and reported in the Daily Telegraph, notes that college graduates aren't as likely to see ...

The Guardian - How have your political views changed over time? - ... how our political views change over time was carried out by Dr James Rockey, a lecturer in political economics at the University of Leicester. ...

Loughborough News - Who is Left-Wing, and Who Just Thinks They Are - A new study from the University of Leicester Department of Economics reveals that highly educated people make wrong assumptions about their political ...

Leicester Mercury - Hilary Devey was awarded an honorary degree by Leicester University - An entrepreneur who gambled her home to start her own company has been awarded an honorary degree by the University of Leicester. Hilary Devey, who founded ...

Reuters - Brightest star explosion seen blinds satellite - ...Evans of Britain's University of Leicester, who discovered the burst when he was going through some recorded data from Swift.

Red Orbit - Swift Temporarily Blinded By X-ray Blast - ...research assistant at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom who wrote parts of Swift's X-ray-analysis software.  "So many photons were bombarding the detector each second that it just couldn't count them quickly enough.  It was like trying to use a rain gauge and a bucket to measure the flow rate of a tsunami.

Health Canal - Who is Left-Wing, and Who Just Thinks They Are? - ...Are?. New research from University of Leicester Department of Economics. A new study from the University of Leicester Department of Economics reveals that highly educated people make wrong assumptions about their political leanings – they are more likely to think they are left wing when they are more likely to be relatively conservative.

24Dash.com - Archaeology fiond sheds new light on family pets - ...Hooley, Twycross Zoo. A University of Leicester archaeologist has discovered a bone belonging to a late19th-century tortoise from Stafford Castle, Staffordshire - believed to be the earliest archaeological evidence of a tortoise kept as a family pet.

24Dash.com - Who is Left-Wing, and Who Just Thinks They Are? - ...new study from the University of Leicester Department of Economics reveals that highly educated people make wrong assumptions about their political leanings – they are more likely to think they are left wing when they are more likely to be relatively co. A new study from the University of Leicester Department of Economics reveals that highly educated people make wrong assumptions about their political...

Science Codex - Swift space observatory blinded by record-breaking X-ray blast - ...research assistant at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom who wrote parts of Swift's X-ray-analysis software.

24Dash.com - Creative learning offers free class to lucky winner - ...recent open day at Embrace Arts, the arts centre at the University of Leicester, proved that interest in ‘Creative Learning’ has never.

e! Science News - Record-breaking X-ray blast briefly blinds space observatory - ...research assistant at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom who wrote parts of Swift's X-ray-analysis software.

13 July 2010

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Daily News & Analysis - Bone discovery could be earliest archaeological evidence for pet tortoises - Washington, DC: An archaeologist from University of Leicester has found a bone belonging to a late 19th century tortoise from Stafford Castle, Staffordshire ...

Loughborough News - Inaugural prize for English graduate - When Emily Jones, a student of English at the University of Leicester, graduates on Wednesday 14th July it will be with the added satisfaction of knowing ...

Yorkshire Post - Tortoise clue to pet history - ...Richard Thomas, from the University of Leicester, said the bone, belonging to a late 19th century tortoise, was found among skeletons of cats and dogs in Stafford Castle, Staffordshire.

Daily Mail - Tortoise skeleton from 19th century sheds new light on Britain's love of pets - ...Richard Thomas, from the University of Leicester, said the bone, belonging to a late 19th century tortoise, was found among skeletons of cats and dogs in Stafford Castle, Staffordshire.

Daily Telegraph - Well-educated people think they are more left wing - ...an economics lecturer at the University of Leicester. However, earning a high salary can jolt employees into a better awareness of where they sit in the political spectrum, he added.

This is Cheadle - Cheadle Post & Times - Tortoise bone unearthed at historic castle - ...Richard Thomas, from the University of Leicester, said the bone, belonging to a late 19th century tortoise, was found among skeletons of cats and dogs in Stafford Castle.

Cyclists Touring Club (CTC) - Congratulations to the winning Cycle Challenge teams - ...Funded), NHS Leicester City, University of Leicester, De Montfort University, Leicester City Council and Leicestershire County Council.

24Dash.com - From chipboard to mortar board - ...in Humanities from the University of Leicester in July this year. He was in the city centre and took shelter from the weather in the University’s Lifelong Learning Centre at V. It was a rain storm five years ago that led to Phil Evans’ graduation with a BA in Humanities from the University of Leicester in July this year.

Euro Investor - Maven Semantic: the Largest Database of International Toxicology Professionals - ...Agency. National Taiwan University. University of Leicester

Daily Telegraph - Champagne socialists 'not as left wing as they think they are' - ...political economics at the University of Leicester who carried out the research, also found that well-educated people are most susceptible to misunderstanding their true position within the political spectrum.

24Dash.com - Justice for women in a system geared to men - ...Criminology, hosted by the University of Leicester’s Department of Criminology, Carol Hedderman, Professor of Criminology at Leicester, will discuss recent government policy to examine why changes in the rhetoric around sending women to prison has had so little appreciable effect.

Red Orbit - Ancient Pet Tortoise Discovered In Britain - ...Dr. Richard Thomas of Leicester University, who lead the research, the keeping of pets had until then been considered "morally suspect.

Eureka Magazine - Safety first - ...project. Led by the University of Leicester, the 11 European collaborators aim to understand welding processes better over a wide range of scales, using computer modelling that incorporates knowledge based from both laboratory and industrial experiments.

12 July 2010

Sleaford Standard - Tortoise remains give insight into history of pets - ...Richard Thomas, from the University of Leicester, said the bone, belonging to a late 19th century tortoise, was found among skeletons of cats and dogs in Stafford Castle.

e! Science News - Archaeology find sheds new light on family pets - in Paleontology & Archaeology A University of Leicester archaeologist has discovered a bone belonging to a late19th-century tortoise from Stafford Castle, Staffordshire - believed to be the earliest archaeological evidence of a tortoise kept as a family pet. As reported in Post-Medieval Archaeology (volume 44/1) by University of Leicester archaeologist Dr Richard Thomas, the significance of...

Irish Independent - Tortoise remains 'clue to pet love'

Whitby Gazette - Tortoise remains give insight into history of pets

Science Codex - Archaeology find sheds new light on family pets

Hebden Bridge Times - Tortoise remains give insight into history of pets

Carrick Gazette - Tortoise remains give insight into history of pets

Calverley Today - Tortoise remains give insight into history of pets

Evening Telegraph (Peterborough) - Tortoise remains give insight into history of pets

Carnoustie Today Guide & Gazette - Tortoise remains give insight into history of pets

News Blaze - Archaeology Find Sheds New Light on Family Pets

Harehills Today - Tortoise remains give insight into history of pets

News Blaze - Justice for Women in a System Geared to Men - ...Criminology, hosted by the University of Leicester's Department of Criminology, Carol Hedderman, Professor of Criminology at Leicester, will discuss recent government policy to examine why changes in the rhetoric around sending women to prison has had so little appreciable effect.

The Clitheroe Advertiser & Times - Tortoise remains give insight into history of pets

Larne Times - Tortoise remains give insight into history of pets

www.chad.co.uk - Tortoise remains give insight into history of pets

Dromore Today - Tortoise remains give insight into history of pets

Fenland Citizen - Tortoise remains give insight into history of pets

Belfast Telegraph - Tortoise remains 'clue to pet love'

11 July 2010

BBC Leicester - Experts attend criminology event - ...criminology conference held at Leicester University attracts experts from around the world..

10 July 2010

Culture 24 (Graves Art Gallery) - Archaeologists say Victorian tortoise bone offers clues to Britain's love of pets - ...is Head of the University of Leicester’s Bone Laboratory and is an expert in the understanding of past human-animal relationships. He believes the find offers insights into the changing attitude of British society towards family pets.

Webindia123.com - Earliest archaeological evidence of pet tortoise in Britain - ...Dr Richard Thomas of Leicester University, who led the research, the keeping of pets had until then been considered "morally suspect

09 July 2010

BBC News - Earliest evidence of pet tortoise in Britain

NewsBlaze - Renowned neuroscientist to lecture at the University of Leicester - J. Freeman, will be delivering a lecture at the University of Leicester. Professor Freeman is an expert in central neural mechanisms in the brain and will ...

Independent - Women's prison numbers rising faster than men - ...of criminology at the University of Leicester, said looking at the growing number of women in jail could eventually help lower the prison population overall.

Isle of Wight County Press - Ollie’s Henley glory - ...trophy, is studying at Leicester University and has also rowed for the University of West England and Henley Rowing Club.

News Blaze - Graduating University of Leicester Student is New Lady Mayoress - Among the University of Leicester students graduating at the De Montfort Hall on the morning of Thursday 15th July will be Leicester's new Lady Mayoress.

BBC News - Earliest evidence of pet tortoise - ...Dr Richard Thomas of Leicester University, who led the research, the keeping of pets had until then been considered "morally suspect".

Health Canal - Many jumping genes still hopping around the human genome - ...Badge – presently at the University of Leicester in the UK – and HHMI investigator Evan Eichler at the University of Washington to test this notion using the DNA of six females from diverse backgrounds: one each from Japan, China, and Northern Europe; two from Africa; and one from an anonymous donor. Each person’s DNA previously had been collected and analyzed as part of a government funded project...

08 July 2010

This is Business East Midlands - Graduates face job struggle - ...support services at the University of Leicester, urged graduates not to give up. He said: "It is competitive, but many companies are still advertising vacancies.

Times Higher Education Supplement - British Cinema and Middlebrow Culture in the Interwar Years - ...film journalism at the University of Leicester.

1994 Group - 1994 Group comments on outcome of the Joint Negotiating Committee meeting on USS Pension Scheme - ...of London, Lancaster University, University of Leicester, Loughborough University, Queen Mary University of London, University of Reading, University of St Andrews, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of Surrey, University of Sussex, University of York.

24Dash.com - Heart, head and hands - a look beneath the surface - ...and Hands’ at the University of Leicester Botanic Garden in Oadby are an artistic spectacle, but look a little closer and there are other stories to be told.

News Blaze - University of Leicester to Host Hate Crime Question Time Event - A hotly anticipated Hate Crime Question Time event will be one of the special sessions at the forthcoming 2010 British Society...

Times Higher Education Supplement - The Canon: A Biographical Dictionary of Film by David Thomson - ...film journalism at the University of Leicester.

The Associated Press - Residents turn spies to combat crime and litter - But James Treadwell, a criminologist at the University of Leicester, said such behavior can have dangerous consequences — both for people who may be ...

Melton Today - Children step back in time - ...in the mood, the University of Leicester has been excavating at Burrough on the Hill for the first time in nearly 40 years.

07 July 2010

The Hindu - Brain chip may help paralysed patients - Rodrigo Quian Quiroga, heading a University of Leicester team working on the project, said such patients retain the ability to “think” commands from the ...

PRWeek UK - The Week in Charities - It has been created in collaboration with the University of Leicester and the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust. The British Lung Foundation has ...

Logistics Manager - Hilary Devey to receive honorary degree - ...honorary degree from the University of Leicester and will do my utmost to promote the region both nationally and in Europe… I started Pall-Ex in Leicestershire 14 years ago and it is now a multi million pound company and leader in its field.

Independent - Video calls: A face odyssey - ...of sociology at the University of Leicester, says: "While the videophone replicates face-toface contact, it's isn't the same as face-to-face contact. Your eye contact is mediated by the technology and that's why many people have a problem with it – it mimics something we're used to doing every day. But it actually isn't that.&

The News International - AWKU signs MoU with British varsity - MARDAN: Vice-chancellor of the Abdul Wali Khan University (AWKU) Mardan, Prof Ihsan Ali visited the University of Leicester in United Kingdom on Tuesday and ...

06 July 2010

Discovery News - Memories Less of a Mystery - Though it's certainly an intricate molecular affair, scientists at the University of Leicester in England think they've solved at least one part of the ...

24Dash.com - Leicester to host Hate Crime Question Time event - ...be hosted by the University of Leicester’s Department of Criminology. Following the format of the. A hotly anticipated Hate Crime Question Time event will be one of the special sessions at the forthcoming 2010 British Society of Criminology conference, to be hosted by the University of Leicester’s Department of Criminology.

05 July 2010

Stereo Board.com - The Birthday Massacre - ...00, O2 Academy3 Leicester, O2 Academy3 Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom

Your Deal and Sandwich - New group managing director starts at KCC

Your Maidstone - New group managing director starts at KCC

Your Swale - New group managing director starts at KCC

Your Thanet - New group managing director starts at KCC

Your Tunbridge Wells - New group managing director starts at KCC

Your Sevenoaks - New group managing director starts at KCC

Your Ashford - New group managing director starts at KCC

Your Tonbridge - New group managing director starts at KCC

Kent on Sunday - New group managing director starts at KCC

Your Canterbury - New group managing director starts at KCC - ...BA Honours Degree from Leicester University, an MSc in industrial relations from Strathclyde University and an MBA from De Montfort University, Leicester.

Gazette and Herald (Wilts) - Chippenham pupils hit heights as rocket blasts off - ...held on Tuesday at Leicester University Mr Fowlin said: “All the students involved have worked extremely hard to achieve this success, working through lunches and after school clubs to get where they are. They have conquered a very steep learning curve in a short space of time and fended off some fairly

Scotland on Sunday - Brain chip may offer an end to paralysis - ...Quian Quiroga, heading a University of Leicester team working on the project, explained such patients retained the ability to "think" commands from the brain.

The Scotsman - Brain chip may offer an end to paralysis - ...Quian Quiroga, heading a University of Leicester team working on the project, explained such patients retained the ability to "think" commands from the brain.

News Blaze - University of Leicester Team Wins Accolade for Multimedia Services - University of Leicester Team Wins Accolade for Multimedia Services. A DVD produced by the University of Leicester's ITS-Multimedia Services for training counsellors has won an award in the USA from HeSCA, the Health and Science Communication Association..

Your Dover - New group managing director starts at KCC - ...BA Honours Degree from Leicester University, an MSc in industrial relations from Strathclyde University and an MBA from De Montfort University, Leicester.

Oneindia - Soon, brain chip that could herald the end of paralysis - ... to "think" commands from the brain, according to Professor Rodrigo Quian Quiroga, who heads a University of Leicester team working on the project. ...

Escapist Magazine - Scientists Working on Neural Chips for Paralyzed Patients - ... for this cup of tea' - but the signal gets broken at the level of the spinal cord," said Professor Rodrigo Quian Quiroga of the University of Leicester.

04 July 2010

The Press Association - Brain chips 'could help paralysed' - Professor Rodrigo Quian Quiroga, heading a University of Leicester team working on the project, explained that such patients retain the ability to "think" ...

Your Deal and Sandwich - Bard's play boosts cows' milk production - ...of boffins from the University of Leicester, who found calming music boosts the milk yield. Other farmers have tried playing classical music to chickens in a bid to boost egg-laying, but this is the first time Shakespeare has been tried out in a similar vein.

Kent on Sunday - Bard's play boosts cows' milk production - ...of boffins from the University of Leicester, who found calming music boosts the milk yield. Other farmers have tried playing classical music to chickens in a bid to boost egg-laying, but this is the first time Shakespeare has been tried out in a similar vein.

Your Maidstone - Bard's play boosts cows' milk production - ...of boffins from the University of Leicester, who found calming music boosts the milk yield. Other farmers have tried playing classical music to chickens in a bid to boost egg-laying, but this is the first time Shakespeare has been tried out in a similar vein.

Daily Telegraph - Brain chips could help paralysed patients - ...Quian Quiroga, heading a University of Leicester team working on the project, explained that such patients retain the ability to ''think'' commands from the brain.

AOL UK - Brain chips 'could help paralysed' - ...Quian Quiroga, heading a University of Leicester team working on the project, explained that such patients retain the ability to "think" commands from the brain.

Yahoo! UK and Ireland - Brain chips 'could help paralysed' - ...Quian Quiroga, heading a University of Leicester team working on the project, explained that such patients retain the ability to "think" commands from the brain.

03 July 2010

Craegmoor Healthcare - Brain scans to predict Alzheimer's - ... Recently, scientists at the University of Leicester said they were closer to uncovering the mechanism by which memories are formed.

Yorkshire Evening Post - Nasa visit for Leeds student engineers - ...in the final at Leicester University. The finalists, including a second team from Horsforth, had to launch rockets that soared at least 825ft high, then spent between 40 and 45 seconds descending, and landed without a parachute, while ensuring the passenger – a medium-sized hen's egg – remained intact.

02 July 2010

New Scientist - How the moon got its whiskers - ...John Bridges of the University of Leicester, UK, says the discovery of carbon whiskers on the moon provides further evidence for the theory that the meteor shower helped seed life on Earth. It's a nice first identification of graphite in the lunar regolith he adds.

This is Business East Midlands - University stages education seminar - ...leading firms attended a University of Leicester seminar on the business benefits of higher education for staff. More than 50 companies took part in the half-day event, organised by The Leading Edge, the university's employee development arm.

Diabetes UK - Diabetes UK launches new online diabetes risk test - ...in collaboration with the University of Leicester and the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, accurately identifies how much a person is at risk of developing the condition.

SFS Group - Ucas to review university admissions - ...vice-chancellor at the University of Leicester, said: A review is appropriate at a time when applicants are using an increasingly diverse range of qualifications to progress in to higher education.

01 July 2010

The Clitheroe Advertiser & Times - Sir Terry honoured by the 'Lost City' - ...being sycophantic, but the University of Leicester has a very good reputation. I am deeply honoured to have been offered an honorary doctor of laws. I will, of course, now demand a certain amount of respect.

Aylesham Messenger - Video: Farm cows are not half Bard - ...Previous research by the University of Leicester has shown playing music to cows has a similar effect. Researchers discovered the most popular songs with the animals included Moo-n River, by Danny Williams and Perfect Hay, by Lou Reed.

Craegmoor Healthcare - New Alzheimer's disease research 'could help develop new drug' - ...to research from the University of Leicester, which said that the mechanism by which memories are formed has been uncovered for the first time. Scientists hope the study has the potential to lead to the development of a new drug which could help to treat the disease.

Kent Messenger - Video: Farm cows are not half Bard - ...Previous research by the University of Leicester has shown playing music to cows has a similar effect. Researchers discovered the most popular songs with the animals included Moo-n River, by Danny Williams and Perfect Hay, by Lou Reed.

The Guardian - Points-based student offers under review - ...and vice-chancellor of Leicester University, said: "The Ucas tariff has been very valuable to the higher education sector which uses it in many different ways to support the admissions process and understanding of qualifications.

Clash Music - Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly Tour - ...Church, 19 Oxford Academy 2, 21 Leicester University, 22 Liverpool Academy 2, 23 Carlisle Brockyard, 25 Glasgow Barrowland, 26 Aberdeen Warehouse

Larne Times - Sir Terry honoured by the 'Lost City' - ...being sycophantic, but the University of Leicester has a very good reputation. I am deeply honoured to have been offered an honorary doctor of laws. I will, of course, now demand a certain amount of respect.

24Dash.com - Sir Terry Wogan to receive honorary degree from the University of Leicester - ...honorary degree from the University of Leicester. The popular broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan is to receive the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws from the University of Leicester on Friday 16th July at 3pm at the De Montfort Hall, Leicester.

Carnoustie Today Guide & Gazette - Sir Terry honoured by the 'Lost City' - ...being sycophantic, but the University of Leicester has a very good reputation. I am deeply honoured to have been offered an honorary doctor of laws. I will, of course, now demand a certain amount of respect.

Whitby Gazette - Sir Terry honoured by the 'Lost City' - ...being sycophantic, but the University of Leicester has a very good reputation. I am deeply honoured to have been offered an honorary doctor of laws. I will, of course, now demand a certain amount of respect.

Mediplacements - Cardiac physiologists 'may benefit from new research' - ...be undertaken at the University of Leicester. The institution, which was founded in 1921 and received its Royal Charter in 1957 - has secured a grant to study and develop the use of. People with cardiac physiology jobs may benefit from new research set to be undertaken at the University of Leicester.

News Blaze - Sir Terry Wogan to Receive Honorary Degree From The University of Leicester - ...Honorary Degree From The University of Leicester. Speaking on the occasion of his last visit to the University, Sir Terry said: 'What is memorable about Leicester is the kind of welcome you get from the University for the TOGs. That is why they keep coming back..

24Dash.com - Innovation partnerships launched to boost East Midlands SMEs - ...already working with the University of Leicester. Innovation Partnerships, a project run by the University of Leicester Enterprise and Business Development office, is looking for SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises) throughout the East Midlands to access funded support to work with the University to tackle resource efficiency.

24Dash.com - International crime experts at British Society of Criminology Conference 11-14th July 2010 - ...this year by the University of Leicester’s Department of Criminology. Keynote speakers are: renowned human rights lawyer Clive Stafford Smith, OBE, founder and Director of Reprieve, a legal charity which focuses on death penalty cases and the legal rights of terrorism suspects;

Calverley Today - Sir Terry honoured by the 'Lost City' - ...being sycophantic, but the University of Leicester has a very good reputation. I am deeply honoured to have been offered an honorary doctor of laws. I will, of course, now demand a certain amount of respect.

Sleaford Standard - Sir Terry honoured by the 'Lost City' - ...being sycophantic, but the University of Leicester has a very good reputation. I am deeply honoured to have been offered an honorary doctor of laws. I will, of course, now demand a certain amount of respect.

www.chad.co.uk - Sir Terry honoured by the 'Lost City' - ...being sycophantic, but the University of Leicester has a very good reputation. I am deeply honoured to have been offered an honorary doctor of laws. I will, of course, now demand a certain amount of respect.

Dartford Messenger - Video: Farm cows are not half Bard - ...Previous research by the University of Leicester has shown playing music to cows has a similar effect. Researchers discovered the most popular songs with the animals included Moo-n River, by Danny Williams and Perfect Hay, by Lou Reed.

Fenland Citizen - Sir Terry honoured by the 'Lost City' - ...being sycophantic, but the University of Leicester has a very good reputation. I am deeply honoured to have been offered an honorary doctor of laws. I will, of course, now demand a certain amount of respect.

OBBEC - 'Copy-and-paste DNA' More Common Than Previously Thought - ...a report from the University of Leicester, researchers at the Institute have demonstrated that movable sequences of DNA, which give rise to genetic variability and sometimes cause specific diseases, are far more common than previously thought.

The Scotsman - Sir Terry honoured by 'Lost City's' university - ...of laws from the University of Leicester in a ceremony on 16 July, the institution said yesterday. In the 1980s Sir Terry famously dubbed Leicester the Lost City" after it was frequently cited on traffic bulletins due to motorway repairs.

Daily Mail - Cows boost milk production after listening to Shakespeare - ... A study at the University of Leicester in 2001 showed that cows produced more milk after being exposed to slow, calm music which alleviated stress. Rob Forknall, artistic director of The Changeling Theatre Company, said even the actors were surprised at their effects on the herd.

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