News

Clash of the crayfish: why the Americans are winning

Published
Wednesday 14th March, 2012
Categories
Environment
Science

Aggressive American signal crayfish are threatening Yorkshire's native white-clawed crayfish populations because they have better resistance to parasites and are less fussy about what they eat.

Climate Week 2012

Published
Monday 12th March, 2012
Categories
Environment

During this year's Climate Week, which runs from 12 - 16 March, the University will be showcasing its research and the positive impact it is having on sustainability.

More children now living with 'life limiting' conditions

Published
Monday 12th March, 2012
Categories
Health

The number of children with conditions such as muscular dystrophy, neurodegenerative disorders or severe cerebral palsy who are surviving into adulthood has been underestimated, a new study shows.

M&S Company Archive to open at University

Published
Friday 9th March, 2012
Categories
Working with business
Business & Economy

The new Michael Marks Building, which will house M&S' full Company Archive and include expansion space for collections from the University library, opens its doors to the public on Friday 16th March.

Turning the key to economic recovery

Published
Thursday 8th March, 2012
Categories
Business & Economy

Ana Botin, the CEO of Santander UK, will be delivering a guest lecture at Leeds University Business School in March on 'UK Banks and Small Businesses: key to economic recovery'.

Royal honour

Published
Tuesday 28th February, 2012
Categories
University

University Chancellor Lord Bragg, Vice-Chancellor Professor Michael Arthur and Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor John Fisher have visited Buckingham Palace to receive the Queen's Anniversary Prize.