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Congratulations to three Leeds researchers whose work has made the Altmetric Top 100 list of academic papers that have received the most media attention this year.

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Inside track

Inside Track - 8 December 2017 - Sir Alan Langlands

Focusing on what matters

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Alan Langlands is the twelfth Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leeds.

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Event highlights

Nov 22
  • 10:00 to
  • 17:00
  • Free
ONGOING EXHIBITION: Hondartza Fraga: Irresistible Distance
School of Design, Foyer Gallery (Clothworkers Central)

Irresistible Distance explores artist Hondartza Fraga’s fascination with remote landscapes and our attempts to capture them.

Dec 7
  • 10:00 to
  • 17:00
  • Free
ONGOING EXHIBITION: Now Then: Peek into the Dales
The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, Parkinson Court

Curated by a group of students, currently studying MA Art Gallery and Museum Studies at the University of Leeds, the 'Now Then' display features a selection of works by Marie Hartley (1905 - 2006).

Nov 22
  • 10:00 to
  • 17:00
  • Free
ONGOING EXHIBITION: Austin Wright: Emerging Forms
The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery

Exploring the career of Yorkshire-based sculptor Austin Wright, a Gregory Fellow at the University from 1961-1964.

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Reporter

Reporter issue 605 December 2017

ISSUE 605 December 2017

In this issue:
  • Championing technicians
  • Sustainability news
  • Leeds Doctoral College
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The Reporter is the University's staff newsletter and is produced five times a year.

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Director of the British Antarctic Survey, Professor Dame Jane Francis, has been announced as the University’s new Chancellor.
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Leeds research

Research points to second chance for rejected antibiotic candidate

An antibiotic candidate compound shelved in the 1970s in favour of more promising drugs could be worth a second look, new research has found.

Rush to treat liver patients causing more harm than good

Doctors risk overdiagnosing the most common and fastest-growing liver condition, exposing patients to harmful tests, according to a study published today.