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Computer packs the punch of 500,000 iPads

Published
Friday 8th March, 2013
Categories
Technology
Science

A new supercomputer hosted at the University of Leeds is offering businesses and academic researchers across the North of England world-class computing power.

New centre to revolutionise medical technology

Published
Wednesday 27th February, 2013
Categories
Technology
Health

The University of Leeds is leading a £5.7 million, government-backed initiative to transform the way replacement joints and other medical implants are made.

'Wet' computer server could cut internet waste

Published
Wednesday 27th February, 2013
Categories
Science
Technology

A revolutionary liquid-cooled computer server that could slash the carbon footprint of the internet is being tested at the University of Leeds.

Leeds joins partners in £170m European drug development project

Published
Thursday 7th February, 2013
Categories
Health
Working with business

Chemists at the University of Leeds will join a £170 million pan-European project, bringing together university researchers and pharmaceutical companies to develop the next generation of drugs.

DEMAND Centre Aims for Reduction in Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Published
Tuesday 4th December, 2012
Categories
Environment

The Institute for Transport Studies will play an important role in the DEMAND: Dynamics of Energy Mobility and Demand Centre, one of the RCUK's five new End Use Energy Demand (EUED) research centres.

Leeds research to fuel growth

Published
Thursday 15th November, 2012
Categories
Science
University

The University of Leeds is to receive more than £2 million in government funding to help its cutting-edge research deliver benefits to business.

Jonathon Porritt joins campus panel discussion

Published
Friday 2nd November, 2012
Categories
Environment

Low carbon technologies such as solar power could support almost the entire global economy by 2050, environmentalist Jonathon Porritt told an alumni audience at the University of Leeds last night.

Food security effects of climate change will be felt in 10 years

Published
Wednesday 12th September, 2012
Categories
Environment

Research released today shows that within the next 10 years large parts of Asia can expect increased risk of more severe droughts, which will impact regional and possibly even global food security.