News

M&S and the University on the hunt for your M&S memories

Published
Thursday 25th August, 2011
Categories
Working with business
Business & Economy

Marks & Spencer and the University have today launched a search for people to contribute to the M&S Company Archive by coming forward with their stories and memories of the retailer.

Filling without drilling

Published
Monday 22nd August, 2011
Categories
Health
Science
Technology

Researchers at the University of Leeds have discovered a pain-free way of tackling dental decay.

Putting the ash clouds into perspective

Published
Wednesday 17th August, 2011
Categories
Environment

An analysis of ash fallout over the past 7,000 years suggests ash clouds are a relatively common occurrence throughout history.

Can you feel the force?

Published
Monday 15th August, 2011
Categories
Health
Science
Technology

Engineering students from the University of Leeds have found a way to let surgeons keep their sense of touch when operating at a distance with 'keyhole' techniques.

First Paralympic training camp at the University of Leeds

Published
Thursday 11th August, 2011
Categories
University

One of the fastest and most brutal Paralympic sports comes to the University of Leeds this week, when Beijing bronze medal holders Canada take on the Great Britain team at wheelchair rugby.

Herbal remedies escape EU law

Published
Tuesday 9th August, 2011
Categories
Health

Many herbal remedies available over-the-counter in pharmacies and health food shops are still lacking important information needed for safe use, according to University of Leeds researchers.

Leeds student to represent UK youth at UN climate talks

Published
Wednesday 3rd August, 2011
Categories
University
Environment

Leeds student Kristina Diprose has been selected as one of ten young people to represent UK youth at UN climate negotiations in South Africa this November.

Busy bees at work

Published
Tuesday 2nd August, 2011
Categories
Environment

A team of researchers including Leeds' Professor Bill Kunin will be working in Headingley and Meanwood for the next two years, looking at how bees and other pollinating insects respond to urban areas.