Sports science at Leeds has been ranked 1st amongst the Russell Group universities and 3rd in the UK by the Guardians University League Table.
Biopharma and food businesses working with proteins now have access to better information about how a type of fluid flow used in manufacturing processes can affect the quality of their products.
A new £5m University of Leeds sports facility launches this week, named after its most successful sporting alumni.
A former MSc student of the Faculty of Biological Sciences has helped the Yorkshire Dales National Park with its tree planting strategy.
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.
Research by Dr Simon Goodman shows how large the effect of human activity has been on the Caspian Seal.
Professor Sheena Radford has undertaken research to determine how peptides self-aggregate and form fibrils under certain conditions.
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.
Professor Ingham examinines the biological effects of wear particles from joint replacements.