From a visit to The Great Hall in 1958, to many special moments around the world that followed, the Leeds community share their memories of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II from around the globe.
Scientists have discovered how a chemical in the cells of marine organisms enables them to survive the high pressures found in the deep oceans.
Poison Information Coordinator Sherika Whitelocke-Ballingsingh (MPh Public Health 2016) has received international recognition for her work to prevent lead poisoning in children across Jamaica.
From space exploration to protecting the world’s rainforests, the benefits of creating virtual models of real-life scenarios are limitless.
Renowned scholar Professor Mary Beard is to give the latest public lecture in a University of Leeds series celebrating strong women.
Getting enough sleep plays an important role in the mental health of new and established parents, according to a new study led by the University of Leeds.
Global warming is likely to cause a decline in the number of species of microbes that live in tropical soils - and that could threaten the biodiversity of rainforests and increase carbon emissions.
Climate models are unreliable when it comes to predicting the damage that tropical cyclones will do to sensitive coral reefs, according to a new study published in the journal Earth’s Future.
Leeds Digital Festival has announced the full schedule for its latest instalment of the tech showcase, with over 200 events taking place from Tuesday 20 to Friday 30 September.
Simon Armitage, Professor of Poetry at Leeds' School of English, has written a poem to mark the death of Queen Elizabeth II, in his role as Poet Laureate.