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Friday 23 June 2017

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Student education

A research-based curriculum and pioneering approach to teaching

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University of the Year

The Times and The Sunday Times
Good University Guide 2017

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Discovery of ‘hidden forests’ adds to global forest area

Environment
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Same-sex couples denied religious marriage ceremonies

Society & Politics
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Partnership aims for a new generation of optical instruments

Science, Technology, Working with Business
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Antarctic Peninsula ice more stable than previously thought

Environment
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Prestigious Royal Society fellowship for Engineering professor

University, Science
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Manufacturing technique can make proteins less effective

Science
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Guardian University Guide success for Leeds

University
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Future Legacies: Collections, Collecting and Artists’ Books

Exhibitions
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Caught in the Russian Revolution: The British Community in Petrograd, 1917-1918

Exhibitions
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Kenneth Armitage: Sculpture and Drawing of the 1950s

Exhibitions
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Katagami – the Craft of the Japanese Stencil

Exhibitions
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Clothworkers Consort: Celebrating 15 years

Concerts and performances
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Pre-Election Leeds Salon: What's the Future of Democratic Politics?

Lectures and seminars
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Front Desk Network meeting

Networking and staff groups
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Spotlight

Better living through microscopy

Two of the most powerful cryo-electron microscopes in the world have been installed in the University’s Astbury BioStructure Laboratory. The microscopes, which operate using a stream of electrons rather than light to display images, will allow researchers from across the University and around the world to view biological systems in unprecedented detail. Read More

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Electron microscope