News

More support for end-of-life care

Published
Monday 11th July, 2011
Categories
Health

The University of Leeds together with St. Gemma's Hospice has appointed a new chair in Palliative Medicine.

National award for Leeds gallery volunteer

Published
Wednesday 6th July, 2011
Categories
Arts & Culture
University

The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery at the University of Leeds has been recognised nationally for the work of its outstanding volunteer, Elizabeth Stainforth.

The future is medieval this summer at Leeds

Published
Wednesday 6th July, 2011
Categories
Arts & Culture

More than 1,600 experts from all over the world will come together and take a medieval look at the contentious themes of poverty and wealth, at a forthcoming conference at the University of Leeds.

The worm that turned

Published
Tuesday 5th July, 2011
Categories
Technology
Science

A University of Leeds researcher has drawn inspiration from biology to build a giant robotic worm that can wiggle its way around obstacles.

Medieval morsels

Published
Thursday 30th June, 2011
Categories
Arts & Culture

Sample medieval food this weekend as the You are what you ate project comes to Millennium Square.

Will new drugs block hepatitis C virus in its tracks?

Published
Tuesday 28th June, 2011
Categories
Health

Targeted multi-drug treatments for hepatitis C patients that could stop the virus in its tracks have come a step closer, thanks to researchers at the University of Leeds, UK.