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University to lead medical technologies audit

Published
Wednesday 23rd November, 2016
Categories
University

A University of Leeds-led consortium has been chosen by the Government to carry out an audit of research, innovation and industry in medical technologies.

Harnessing genetics to tackle TB

Published
Friday 28th September, 2018
Categories
Health
Science

A landmark study could herald a quicker, more tailored treatment for the millions of people around the world living with tuberculosis (TB).

Tuberculosis under microscope

How technology is changing the world of work

Published
Monday 27th January, 2020
Categories
Society & Politics
Working with business

A new £8 million research centre exploring how technology is changing the world of work will officially launch this week.

Picture of Mark Stuart

Mimicking human driving in autonomous vehicles

Published
Thursday 1st February, 2018
Categories
Science
Technology

Researchers from the University of Leeds are contributing to a 30-month autonomous vehicle project that will culminate in the most complex journey yet attempted across the UK without driver input.

HumanDrive, ITS

Cutting fuel costs and CO2 emissions

Published
Thursday 24th March, 2016
Categories
Environment

Cars of the future which advise how to drive more safely and economically could bring significant cuts in fuel consumption and emissions.

Ecodrive project

A high note for research and education

Published
Tuesday 7th June, 2022
Categories
University
Science
Technology
Working with business

A fanfare performed by the Black Dyke Band has marked the official opening of the Sir William Henry Bragg building, a hub for physical sciences and engineering teaching and research at the University.

Quintet from the Black Dyke Band

Rogue proteins targeted by new technology

Published
Monday 30th May, 2022
Categories
Health
Science
Working with our region

Scientists plan to develop technology to isolate and extract fragments of a "rogue" protein linked to diabetes.

Biological sciences building, University of Leeds

Taking UK airborne research to new heights

Published
Wednesday 15th June, 2022
Categories
Environment
Technology

The UK’s flying laboratory will remain at the forefront of environmental research following a significant investment by the UK Government.

FAAM Airborne Laboratory aircraft in a hangar.

Helping a heavy industry reach net-zero

Published
Thursday 13th February, 2020
Categories
Technology
Environment

Scientists have secured funding to investigate ways the UK steel industry can be decarbonised within 30 years.

The picture shows a steel workier looking at a giant furnace as hot, molten metal is poured into it. The heat is so intense, an orange g glow is given off.