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Please visit our coronavirus website for the latest updates and information, which includes our student and staff case statistics and how we support our staff and students. If you're an applicant or offer holder please visit our coronavirus information FAQs tailored to you.

Research to understand COVID-19 spread on public transport

Coronavirus, Health, Science
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Pioneering Leeds researchers accepted into leading programme

Global challenges, Research and innovation
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New Deputy Vice-Chancellor to head research and innovation

University
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Learning lessons from lockdown school closures

Society & Politics, Coronavirus, Health
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Faster footballs result in harder headers

Science, Health
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COVID-19 vaccine trial begins in Leeds

Health, Science, Coronavirus
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Predicting tornadoes on UK cold fronts for the first time

Environment, Science
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Undergraduate Virtual Open Days

General public
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Be Curious 2020

Fairs and social events
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Beyond open access: how, why and what's next for open research at Leeds?

Lectures and seminars
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Global Opportunities Week

Fairs and social events
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Theatre, asylum and sanctuary - part of Intercultured Festival

Conferences
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A guide to survival in medieval fairy tales

Lectures and seminars
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Enabling Change - Process: The Key to Consistency

Lectures and seminars
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Spotlight

The University focuses research on the coronavirus threat

Across the University of Leeds – from arts and humanities to fundamental science and engineering – teams are developing new ideas and redirecting existing research to help the world cope with the pandemic and its impact. Read More

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