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New project looks to end lupus 'trial and error'

The University of Leeds is to be a key partner in a new £5.1 m project aimed at eliminating the ‘trial and error’ approach to the treatment of lupus.

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World-class medical research highlighted in report

World-class medical research from the University of Leeds into a rare blood disorder has been highlighted in a key report out today (Thursday, 29 January).

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Leeds researcher takes top spot in national image competition

A University of Leeds researcher has been named the winner of the British Heart Foundation (BHF) image competition.

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Best time of the day for decision making

Emeritus Professor, John Maule (Leeds University Business School) says complex decisions should be made at the beginning of the day, before decision fatigue kicks in. If you are tired, you spend less time weighing up the different options carefully.

Marie Claire
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From analysing wool fibres to unravelling insulin

Dr Kersten Hall (Philosophy, Religion and the History of Science) writes about the important work of lesser-known Leeds Nobel prize winners Archer Martin and Richard Synge.

North Leeds Life
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Fracking draws closer, but at snail’s pace

Professor Quentin Fisher’s (School of Earth and Environment) is quoted in this article about the slow introduction of fracking.

The Economist
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