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Professor John Trinick

Colleagues will be sorry to learn of the death, on 15 January 2019, of John Trinick, Professor of Animal Cell Biology.

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Inside Track – Sir Alan Langlands: Building a platform for changing times

As we reach the end of a year of real and tangible progress at the University across a range of issues, we are celebrating the award of significant European research grants.

Sir Alan Langlands Sir Alan Langlands

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

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Event highlights

Jan 24
  • 13:00 to
  • 16:00
  • Free
Still Life: Things Devouring Time - Symposium
The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, LS2 9JT

A symposium accompanying the exhibition ‘Still Life: Things Devouring Time’, exploring themes of the exhibition, particularly consumer culture and sustainability.

Jan 25
  • 10:45 to
  • 16:00
  • Free
Funding Justice or Fuelling Crime? The Political Economy of Crime and Justice in Historical Perspective - Leeds Historical Criminology Seminar
Maurice Keyworth Building

This seminar series aims to showcase research that uses historical perspectives to enrich understandings of crime, criminal justice and related issues in the present as well as the past.

Jan 26
  • 1:00 to
  • 1:00
  • See The Bowes Museum website for admission prices.
SOLD! The Great British Antiques Story
The Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, Co Durham DL12 8NP

This new exhibition at The Bowes Museum, curated by Dr Mark Westgarth, looks at the role of antiques dealers over the last 200 years.

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Reporter 609 December 2018

ISSUE 609 December 2018

In this issue:
  • Robotics research campaign launched
  • 'Fantastic' Channel 4 announcement
  • 2023PlasticFree pledge
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The Reporter is the University's staff newsletter and is produced five times a year.

Watch & Listen

Professor Martin Levesley, from the School of Mechanical Engineering, tells how robotics research is offering new hope to stroke survivors. Read more about how a new Footsteps Fund campaign is helping develop the technology behind the project.

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Leeds’ research on Japanese knotweed to drive Parliament debate

There is no evidence that Japanese knotweed causes more significant structural damage to buildings than many other plants, a Parliamentary committee will hear today.

SOLD! The antiques trade gets its first museum exhibition

A new exhibition taking visitors on a journey through the history of antique dealing, curated by a Leeds academic, opens this week at The Bowes Museum, County Durham.