A project supplying free glasses to pupils with poor eyesight to help improve reading is being expanded to involve thousands more pupils.
Planned breaks from drug treatments for kidney cancer do not have a meaningful detrimental effect on patients’ life expectancy or quality of life, say doctors.
Most secondary school pupils are not eating enough breakfast before the start of school lessons, according to new research.
An academic who has led research into the way the virus responsible for COVID-19 spreads in buildings and enclosed spaces has been honoured by the Royal Academy of Engineering.
Lauren Pope has been named the winner of the 2021 Brotherton Poetry Prize.
Young people who survive cancer risk missing out on the chance to have children, due to inequalities in fertility preservation services across the UK, new research has found.
A new drug has shown promise in slowing the regrowth of tumours among some bowel cancer patients, according to new findings from a major trial.
A centre to support the development of health technology has been launched by the University in partnership with Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.
Restoring the world’s depleted peatlands now rather than later would have massive economic benefits to society, according to new research.
Researchers across the University are preparing to showcase their digital expertise as part of a packed programme for the largest tech event in the UK.