An investment company co-founded by the University has announced an initial injection of £215m from investors.
As Governor of the Central Bank of Seychelles (CBS), Caroline Abel (Economics Studies 1999) is one of the most influential figures in a country navigating extraordinary global events.
The UK Science Minister visited the University to learn how its state-of-the-art innovation hub is helping the city region become a global force in health technology.
BAFTA award-winning producer Trevor Klein (Political Studies 2006) explains how his time in Leeds Student Television society changed his career, as he launches another hit TV show.
New research will monitor the heartbeats of more than 100 athletes over two years to measure how endurance exercise impacts their heart.
A training programme to help teenagers say “No” if they are offered a cigarette or asked to vape is being offered to schools under a licensing deal signed by the University.
A ground-breaking project to develop a new polyester dyeing technology has beaten more than 240 projects in a competition to win a share of the Circular Future Fund.
The results of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021 identified that over 90% of University of Leeds research has an overall quality rating of “world leading” or “internationally excellent”.
A new exhibition at The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery is shining a light on contemporary artists who use the newest technologies for space imaging in their art practice.
Researchers have found a concerning lack of robust data for non-white European women in previous studies examining the impact of diet on gestational diabetes.