A new study reveals that disabled households in the Europe Union currently consume 10% less energy than other households, as well as being 5% more likely to experience energy poverty.
New analysis of genetic diversity within the British Pakistani population will have important implications for medical studies, according to researchers.
Professor Martin Iddon, Head of the School of Music at the University of Leeds, has won the Ivors Composers Award for Solo Composition.
Sales of discounted fruit and vegetables rose by almost 80% during two trials at Sainsbury’s.
People who watched a loved one die with dementia were more likely to support euthanasia for patients with the disease, a new study has found.
Children growing up in the North of England face greater poverty and are more likely to die before reaching their first birthday than children in other parts of England, according to a new report.
Special status has been awarded to the habitat of a species of seal left endangered due to human activity.
Scientists discover two intense periods of volcanism triggered a period of global cooling and falling oxygen levels in the oceans, causing one of the most severe mass extinctions in Earth history.
Plans to restore Indonesian peatlands are a cost-effective strategy for reducing the impacts of peatland fires to the environment, climate and human health, says a new study.
Fanny Passavant, the first Librarian of the University Of Leeds, has been honoured with the unveiling of a blue plaque.