Field tests have begun using intelligent robots to prevent the spread of coronavirus in busy public spaces.
Seven key areas of research to support society’s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic have been identified by leading psychologists.
The formation of four-stranded DNA has been tracked in living human cells, allowing scientists to see how it works and its possible role in cancer.
Police may be able to predict changes in crime patterns as coronavirus lockdown rules get relaxed.
A nationwide scheme has been launched to help tackle climate change by encouraging residents to invest in their local councils.
National Student Survey results reveal that Leeds has retained its position in the top five for teaching among the Russell Group.
A third of people with heart attacks may not have gone to hospital at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
UK researchers explore hydrothermal vents for potential clues about the evolution of animal life in extreme environments.
The University is to be part of a new Africa-UK research collaboration, to identify ways the continent can produce enough food to feed its growing population.
The World Health Organisation needs to recognise that coronavirus might be spread by tiny respiratory droplets that remain in the air for prolonged periods, say leading academics.