Just over one hundred years ago Sir Arthur Conan Doyle published the Cottingley fairies photographs in “The Strand Magazine”.
Sir William Henry Bragg, and his son Lawrence, changed the way we understand the world around us, all from a laboratory at the University of Leeds.
This exhibition celebrates the work of British artists in the second half of the 20th century.
MA students from the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies use the world’s open access collections to tell stories of provenance in this set of 10 online exhibitions.
Learn about the innovative new open science platform with its creator, Dr Alexanda Freeman.
The Global Food and Environment Institute is delighted to invite you to join our February 2022 webinar.
An all-female panel of expats currently working in Beijing share their tips and personal experiences to inspire others who want to start a career and build a network in China.
Come and see the breadth of Language@Leeds research through presentations and a poster session and discuss opportunities for new interdisciplinary collaborations.
The Global Food and Environment Institute (GFEI) is delighted to invite you to join our April 2022 webinar ‘How to make agriculture and food systems resilient to climate change: lessons from AFRICAP’.
Exploring the ecological and economic limits of ‘the urban’ through wasteland farming in Southwest China
The Global Food and Environment Institute (GFEI) is delighted to invite you to join our May 2022 webinar.