New technology which helps doctors more accurately diagnose breast cancer has been recognised by the US Food & Drugs Administration (FDA) for its exceptional potential clinical value.
A global coalition of leading climate research universities has urged world leaders to act now to avoid catastrophic environmental consequences.
The University is to help spearhead a national programme of technological revolution backed by the UK Space Agency.
The University has announced a research agreement with the West Coast Partnership, the franchise that runs rail services on the West Coast Main Line and selected as the operator of phase one of HS2.
The benefits of giving chemotherapy before surgery to bowel cancer patients will be further explored in a new £3.4 million trial, one of three awarded regional funding.
University staff and students have been recognised for their role in helping to establish the Alderley Park Lighthouse Laboratory in Cheshire, a key part of the Government’s COVID-19 testing strategy.
New research into how a common parasite infection alters human behaviour could help development of treatments for schizophrenia and other neurological disorders.
A new clinical intervention trial aims to improve outcomes for patients with the bone marrow cancer multiple myeloma (MM).
A lung cancer trial aiming to detect disease in higher risk patients before they show symptoms has caught dozens of cases early.
The University of Leeds has secured funding to help two large industrial sectors make the transition to a greener, more sustainable future where they reduce waste, energy and pollution.