53 ways Leeds is tackling global challenges
Leeds joins the University of Oxford and the LSHT in the top three.
New £9m programme to transform food systems in Africa
GCRF-AFRICAP project has been launched in Pretoria.
Leeds among the world’s top 50 most international universities
University of Leeds one of the most international universities in the world.
Using digital technology to preserve Holocaust memory and places
Digital technologies enable the creation of personal connection with Holocaust survivors.
Professor Dame Jane Francis – New Chancellor of the University of Leeds
Director of the British Antarctic Survey, Professor Dame Jane Francis, has been announced as the new Chancellor of the University of Leeds.
Research strengths secure global challenge funding
Two research projects led by the University of Leeds have been awarded £16million to build resilience in African businesses and communities.
Developing a Role for the Arts
There’s increasing recognition within science, engineering and medicine that arts and humanities involvement in development projects is essential,
Space For Development
Eight countries across Sub-Saharan Africa are set to take part in the world’s largest ever radio astronomy initiative – and the University of Leeds is spearheading a project aimed at ensuring they can make the most of this opportunity.
Drilling down into the mysteries of the world’s highest glacier
Climate change scientists are heading to the Himalayas in a bid to become the first to successfully drill through the world’s highest glacier. An international research team will spend up
Spreading the cost to transform sanitation
Developing countries struggling to cope with huge volumes of human waste may finally get some relief – and a new business opportunity.