Scientists at Leeds and Cambridge have successfully reversed age-related memory loss in mice and say their discovery could lead to the development of treatments to prevent memory loss in people.
Three Leeds academics have been elected to British Academy Fellowships, and Simon Armitage - Poet Laureate and Professor of Poetry - has been elected an Honorary Fellow.
A West Yorkshire city’s ambitious plans to tackle the effects of climate change are being supported by three University of Leeds students.
Eight new fellowships designed to promote equality, diversity and inclusion in science have been awarded at Leeds, thanks to an historical endowment established alongside the British Heart Foundation.
A new survey carried out by academics specialising in British politics from universities across the UK has rated Sir Keir Starmer as a better post-war Leader of the Opposition than Jeremy Corbyn.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Simone Buitendijk’s latest blog considers the importance of respect for each other's dignity.
A major £3.4 million research project has launched to identify the best way to treat and support the one million people in the UK now living with long COVID.
Improving ventilation in workplaces and on public transport and fears of NHS overload during the COVID-19 pandemic have been highlighted in two new research reports.
Researchers are asking everybody across the UK to help survey one of the most amazing phenomena in the insect world – when millions of ants take to the air for their nuptial flight.
Work by the University’s Gatenby Fellow in Contemporary Art has been selected for Yorkshire Sculpture International's summer programme, which starts this weekend.