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400 years after the death of William Shakespeare, this special exhibition displays for the first time in one place the rare Shakespeare materials left to Leeds University Library by Lord Brotherton.

An exhibition exploring the exploring the life and haunting work of Hungarian-born, and Yorkshire-adopted artist, György Gordon.

Members of Staff and Postgraduate Researchers from Classics present aspects of their research that link the ancient and modern worlds for a general audience.

Join Dr Kersten Hall for Lecture 11 in our series as he explores the life and work of Leeds-based physicist William T. Astbury and his hidden role in the discovery of DNA.

Prof Ken O’Halloran from University of Cork will describe his 2016 visit to Everest Base Camp on a scientific expedition to study high altitude acclimatization.

Royal Statistical Society local group seminar - Robin Lovelace - Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds - Open source software for statistics and transport: a match made in heaven?