A rare kind of mineral which scientists hope could be used to remove toxic metals and radioactive species from the environment played a similar, crucial role early in Earth's history.
Is aristocratic pornography or obscure political theory more likely to start a revolution? A new database developed at the University of Leeds will shed light on this and other historical questions.
The former Director General of MI5, Britain's top prosecutor and an acclaimed historian have been honoured by the University of Leeds.
Wire bridges built to guide bats safely across busy roads simply do not work, University of Leeds researchers have confirmed.
Scientists have shown how a promising viral therapy that delivers a double blow to cancer can sneak up on tumours undetected by hitching a ride on blood cells.
An extraordinary type of volcanic eruption in Iceland could inject large quantities of hazardous gases into North Atlantic and European flight corridors for months at a time, a new study suggests.
Medicines for treating ADHD will now include information written with youngsters and teens in mind, thanks to work by researchers at the University of Leeds and the MHRA.
New guidance for doctors and other prescribers on the use of strong painkillers for patients with chronic or incurable disease has been welcomed by researchers at the University of Leeds.
The University of Leeds has scooped Gold at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show today (22 May) with its first exhibit at the prestigious event.
Scientists at the University of Leeds are looking to discover how dust particles in the solar system interact with the Earth's atmosphere.