The Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society is hosting a talk by Prof. Eric Blair on "The science of three-person babies" on Thursday 19 October at 7.30 pm in University House. The lecture is open to all, free and does not require a ticket. Tea and bi
Short bouts of interval exercise may be most beneficial for older women at increased risk of heart-related illness, according to new University of Leeds research.
A research team led by Prof Dave Rowlands has developed a groundbreaking vaccine against poliovirus using plants.
The award honours the Society’s distinguished members who demonstrated excellence in science.
The EPSRC-funded PoPPI project aims to deepen understanding of interactions between proteins, and involves the Universities of Leeds and Bristol, along with a number of industrial partners.
Two significant research projects have been awarded £16million to build resilience in African businesses and communities as part of the University’s commitment to tackling the world's greatest issues.
A Nature-published paper linking the loss of wild flowers with pollinator decline has won the 2017 RSPB Award for a scientific paper of high conservation importance.
Food@Leeds member Prof Tim Benton's contribution includes an interactive infographic on land-use challenges.
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 Paul Milner has led a team of scientists on a project to develop antibody-based biosensor technologies.
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.
Badrilla is working with outstanding academic collaborators to develop new technologies for calibration of immunoassays.