The University has been working with its closest partners – including Leeds University Union and its global alumni community – to support those most in need during the coronavirus crisis.
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The Covid-19 emergency could, over the next year, lead to a 20% rise in the number of deaths from people who have been newly diagnosed with cancer, according to research supported by DATA-CAN.
Four online courses developed by the University of Leeds are part of a new platform launched today by the Department for Education.
A research team at Leeds has developed a way of creating a ventilatory system for covid-19 patients that can be made rapidly on a 3D printer.
Leeds Institute for Data Analytics (LIDA) is providing a powerful new COVID-19 data alliance with secure infrastructure, scientific expertise and access to global academic research networks.
Engineers and scientists have developed a way to convert a sleep apnoea machine into a ventilator to treat people with covid-19.
Scientists have for the first time used anonymous data from pre-payment food cards to get a unique insight into the eating habits of first year university students.
Leading cancer experts have recommended a one-week course of radiotherapy and delaying surgery as the best way to treat patients with rectal cancer during the covid-19 pandemic.
Oncologists from the Universities of Leeds, Birmingham and Oxford have launched the first cancer coronavirus registry in the world.
The University is playing its part in helping to reduce the burden of coronavirus (covid-19), both at a regional and national level.