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Stuck between a Brokk and a hard place!

When it comes to roguish robots, we think we’ve got something to give Disney’s WALL-E or R2-D2 from Star Wars a run for their money!

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Ilkley Literature Festival 2019 tickets offer

Staff and students can get 20% off tickets for many of the events at the North of England’s largest and longest-running celebration of all things literary.

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Inside track

Inside Track - Dr Tim Peakman: A University for the future

Chief Operating Officer, Tim Peakman, updates us on the work taking place to develop the post-2020 vision and strategy for our University.

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Dr Tim Peakman is the Chief Operating Officer (COO) at the University.

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Event highlights

Aug 22
  • 13:10 to
  • 14:00
  • Free
Public Art Walk
The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery

Join us on a walk around the University of Leeds campus to explore our collection of Public Art.

Aug 29
  • 12:00 to
  • 14:00
  • Free
Coffee Connections: a community for students, staff, partners and families
Level 12 Common Room, Marjorie and Arnold Ziff Building

Coffee Connections is an event for students, staff and their partners and families to meet each other, make new friends and share ideas about how to make the most of living in Leeds.

Sep 2
  • 14:00 to
  • 15:30
  • Free
Introduction to Microsoft Teams Workshop
Roger Stevens LT 17 (7.17)

IT are running a series of Microsoft Teams workshops to demonstrate the key features of Teams and give you hands-on practice at using it. You must book a place in advance.

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Reporter 611 June 2019 June 2019

ISSUE 611 June 2019

In this issue:
  • Poet Laureate 'honour'
  • Nexus and CBI report
  • New alliances with Europe
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The Reporter is the University's staff newsletter and is produced five times a year.

Watch & Listen

Dr Martin Stow, Director of Nexus, describes how businesses and academics can collaborate to create innovative solutions to modern challenges. Read more about the new Nexus and CBI report into the opportunities for business presented by harnessing the potential of data.

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Leeds research

Antiseptic resistance in bacteria could lead to next-gen plastics

The molecular machinery used by ‘superbugs’ to resist chemicals designed to kill them could also help produce precursors for a new generation of nylon and other polymers, according to new research.

Early education setback for summer premature births

Children born as little as three weeks premature, who consequently fall into an earlier school year are at increased risk of experiencing setbacks in their education after their first year of school.