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How much microfibre do we emit with our washing?
Attorney General Visits Leeds Gov Lawyers
AGCAS’s highest honour for Huddersfield academic
Royal visit marks early childhood campaign launch
Dame Jane Francis Appointed Trustee of Natural History Museum
Exhibition explores inclusive art education
Leeds spinout Slingshot Simulations secures £3m investment
Analysis reveals scale of tertiary education’s carbon emissions
‘Remarkable’ results in colon cancer trial
Risk of Colon Cancer Recurrence Lowered by Pre-Surgery Chemo: Trial
Hydropower without environmental impact
Why chocolate feels so good? It ‘s down to lubrication
Supporting world-leading research
Chocolate’s Lubricating Joys Explained
AI to monitor changes to globally important glacier
AI Monitors Threatening Changes to Thwaites Glacier
Climate warming reduces organic carbon burial beneath oceans
Global Organic Carbon Cycle Now Better Understood
Ambitious global plans for European partnership
Honorary degree for long-serving University Secretary
Flying campaign to future-proof Antarctic sea ice measurements from space
Impressive results with long COVID pacing trial
UK needs to use phosphorus sustainably
Long COVID Rehab Program Yields Impressive Results
Mapping world’s food production footprint on climate and environment
One in five GPs unwilling to prescribe aspirin to people at risk of bowel cancer
Scientists release UK roadmap for managing key ingredient behind all food we eat
UK Scientists Unveil Plan for Managing Food Supply Chain
First wave of Covid linked to long-term depressive symptoms
Carnivores prevent nitrogen fixation in tropical forests
In tropics, nitrogen-fixing trees take beating from herbivores
How women can reduce risk of hip fracture
Bristol environmental scientists lead new research to improve quality of UK rivers
Successful launch of Leiden Competition Talks on Regulation 1/2003
Do acquisitions harm acquired brand? Identify conditions that reduce negative impact
Low-carbon energy transition may lead to substantial emissions
New government funding to help Imperial expand Royce activities at White City
Flight of birds can help provide predictions on turbulence
Preventing European cancer epidemic
Smart, cheap ‘Joey’ bot could soon help clear blockages in critical pipes underground
Benefit deductions are deepening poverty in Leeds
Cost of living payments
Fighting climate crisis through film
‘Communicate smarter’ about climate change action
Scientists and engineers champion building ventilation
Communities needing help to put food on tables
Imperial engineers champion better ventilation for healthier world
New materials to drive UK economic growth