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Astronomers explain dying stars' beautiful dust clouds

Science
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Home of ‘Asian unicorn’ becomes nature reserve in Vietnam

Environment, Global
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Universities team up against antisocial behaviour

University
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Working together to stay safe

University
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Ice sheets could add 39 centimetres to sea level by 2100

Global, Science, Environment
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Making maths targets add up

Society & Politics, Business & Economy, Coronavirus
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The intricate protein architecture linked to disease

Health, Science
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Undergraduate Virtual Open Days

General public
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History, Imagination, Art and Culture: Student Welcome to Leeds University Library Galleries

Events
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Leeds Alumni Voices: Sustainability through everyday fashion and lifestyle choices

Lectures and seminars
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Digital Education Live Session: Online teaching resources for high school students

Lectures and seminars
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What are the material and manufacturing challenges in making fashion sustainable?

Sustainability
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The Seven Dimensions of Chinese Culture

Lectures and seminars
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Be Curious 2020

Fairs and social events
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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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