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This exhibition celebrates ‘katagami’: Japanese resist dyeing stencils. Although produced simply as tools, in recent years the katagami have come to be appreciated as beautiful objects themselves.

Josie Appleton discusses her book ‘Officious: Rise of the Busybody State’ with Adam Crawford, Prof of Criminology at the University of Leeds, and Dr Paul Wetherly, Reader in Politics, Leeds Beckett

An update on results from a European research project (Life Long Joints) which aims to improve the lifespan and performance of implants used for joint replacement (http://lifelongjoints.eu/)

An update on results from a European research project (Life Long Joints) which aims to improve the lifespan and performance of implants used for joint replacement.

A free lunchtime talk by Ann Dinsdale, Principal Curator of the Brontë Parsonage Museum, to mark the bicentenary of the birth of Branwell Brontë.

At the end of his life, Lenin wrote ‘we didn’t know everything’, acknowledging the dilemmas he faced on the road to revolution and beyond.