Leeds has achieved some of its highest ever scores in the latest International Student Barometer survey.
The body’s peripheral nervous system could be capable of interpreting its environment and modulating pain, neuroscientists have established, after studying how rodents reacted to stimulation.
Leeds has been voted in the top five universities in the UK in the new Times Higher Education’s Student Experience Survey.
Urgent action to reduce sea temperatures is needed, as 2015-2016 saw record highs that triggered significant coral bleaching across the tropics and the Australian Great Barrier Reef.
Our Link to Leeds ambassadors are available online to share their experience with international students and offer holders.
Leeds Festival of Science is back, offering a range of events from songs about science to a chance to have a go at keyhole surgery.
A research team led by Professor Anne Forster have been awarded a £3Million National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Programme Grant for Applied Research.
We are proud to announce that Dr John Lydon, a long-time member of FBS, has been awarded the prestigious George Gray Medal from the British Liquid Crystal Society.
Scientists at the Universities of Leeds, York and Helsinki say they are a step closer to cracking what researchers have called the ‘Enigma code’ of the common cold virus.
Over 50,000 people in Yorkshire and the Humber carry a faulty gene putting them at high risk of developing heart disease or sudden death, according to new estimates by the British Heart Foundation.
New report authored by Professor Tim Benton of FBS calls for the UK to be more self-sufficient in food production, in the wake of continued global uncertainty and reliance on food produced elsewhere in the world.
A new £5m University of Leeds sports facility is to be named after its most successful alumni athletes, Olympic heroes Alistair and Jonny Brownlee.
Scientists have identified new ways to provide vaccines against polio, which do not require the growth of live virus for their manufacture.
Professor Miller has demonstrated a weanling pig feed formulation which avoids the use of antibiotics.
Research carried out by Dr Ichiyama has led to the development of a rehabilitation training regime which allows an animal with spinal cord injury causing complete paralysis to walk again.
Dr Utley has carried out research over a number of years to increase understanding of the issues faced by children with varying types of movement and co-ordination difficulties.
Professor John Altringham's research on the conservation of bat species has promoted the need for evidence based conservation practices