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Art partnership sealed between gallery and university

A major arts partnership is being cemented in West Yorkshire with a key new appointment.

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Icelandic volcano’s toxic gas is treble that of Europe’s industry

A huge volcanic eruption in Iceland emitted on average three times as much of a toxic gas as all European industry combined, a study led by the University of Leeds has revealed.

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If you’re sitting down, don’t sit still, new research suggests

New research suggests that the movements involved in fidgeting may counteract the adverse health impacts of sitting for long periods.

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The country is in safe corporate hands as the push to be greener continues

This year’s Yorkshire Post Environmental Awards illustrate the fight to become greener according to Phil Booth. The University of Leeds is mentioned as the winner of the Climate Change Award.

Yorkshire Post
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Radio: Liz Green

Dr Abigail Harrison Moore (Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies) discusses how the University works closely with The Hepworth Wakefield gallery to bring educational benefits for both organisations.

BBC Radio Leeds
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Firm’s needs will be met with tailor-made courses

Leeds University Business School is set to launch a range of tailor-made courses this autumn. Professor Cathy Cassell, Deputy Dean of the Business School, explains the courses.

Yorkshire Post
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