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Leeds embarks on biggest ever academic recruitment drive

The University of Leeds is offering 250 new opportunities for academic researchers in its biggest ever recruitment drive.
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Grouse moor burning causes widespread environmental changes

Evidence of the environmental impact of heather burning is published today in the first authoritative study on the subject, to help relieve tensions on both sides of the grouse moor management debate.
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University treasures to go on display with help of Lottery grant

A treasure trove of rare manuscripts and books held at the University of Leeds can go on show to the public thanks to a round of Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) grants announced today.
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Ten year trends reveal more children admitted to intensive care but with lower staffing ratios

More children than ever are being admitted to intensive care units in England and Wales but there are fewer staff per bed available to cope with the increase.
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Artist draws on First World War archive for inspiration

A unique archive of letters, interviews and diaries relating to the First World War is providing the inspiration for a new artist in residence at the University of Leeds.
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Name change ushers in new era for choir

The Clothworkers Consort of Leeds is the new name for the Leeds University Liturgical Choir.
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Fostering a research environment in Arts

The Leeds Humanities Research Institute (LHRI) is launching a new set of activities in 2012-13, following a strategic review by the Faculty of Arts.
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Team Talk - Plant Nematology Group

We talk to the University's Plant Nematology Group, who carry out research into plant parasitic nematodes, about their projects, challenges and rewarding experiences.
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Bulbs for bees

Look out for a colourful surprise next spring, when some 3,000 crocus and snowdrop bulbs burst into life across campus.
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