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Investigating how scarred hearts affect athletes

Published
Monday 16th May, 2022
Categories
Health
Science

New research will monitor the heartbeats of more than 100 athletes over two years to measure how endurance exercise impacts their heart.

computerised human body with the heart highlighted

REF 2021: University of Leeds research delivers real world impact 

Published
Thursday 12th May, 2022
Categories
News
University

The results of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021 identified that over 90% of University of Leeds research has an overall quality rating of “world leading” or “internationally excellent”.

Picture of the Great Hall with trees in full bloom

Seeing Stars: New exhibition takes art into outer space

Published
Wednesday 11th May, 2022
Categories
Arts & Culture

A new exhibition at The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery is shining a light on contemporary artists who use the newest technologies for space imaging in their art practice.

Hondartza Fraga photographed in front of Saturn and Melancholy

Novel approach to brain tumour treatment

Published
Monday 9th May, 2022
Categories
Health
Science

A potential new approach to treating one of the most common and devastating forms of brain cancer in adults has been developed in a seven-year research project.

A human brain scan showing repeated images of a brain tumour

Clinical trial opens new way of treating prostate cancer

Published
Wednesday 4th May, 2022
Categories
Health

A different way of treating people with prostate cancer will be investigated by researchers at the University of Leeds in a new clinical trial funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research. 

A radiotherapy machine in a hospital treatment room,

Historic dialect recordings archive digitised for the public

Published
Thursday 28th April, 2022
Categories
Arts & Culture
Society & Politics

If you are feeling a bit peckish do you enjoy a bit of scran or docky? Perhaps if you have a sweet tooth then a bag of cooshies or jumbles might hit the spot.

A mid 20th century picture showing a male researcher holding a microphone in front of another man.