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Lights, camera, action… super-fast world of droplet dynamics
Robot opening a window on an ancient civilisation
High-performance computing to aid scientific discovery
World first in AI helps predict heart attacks and stroke
A laser that can route light around corners
Helping a heavy industry reach net-zero
First electrically-driven ‘topological’ laser developed by NTU Singapore and University of Leeds
New software program could boost protections for animals on move on land and at sea
Using sound and light for ultra-fast data transfer
Self-driving longest route yet
University acquires city centre venue
Open for business: National Apprenticeship Week 2020
Yorkshire patients needed for irritable bowel syndrome trial
How technology is changing world of work
Inspiring innovation on an international stage
Mosquito-borne diseases could be prevented by skin cream
Rail research centre on track to boost economy
Leeds flying high for top employers
Clearing up cloudy climate predictions
Patients needed for irritable bowel syndrome trial
Children’s packed lunches lack nutritional quality
Quicker and cooler is best for clothes
Cancer Research UK delegation visits Leeds
Driving debate on UK agricultural trade policy
Leeds academic to drive debate on UK agricultural trade policy
Sweet success – sugar levels drop in UK yogurts
Deaf people at risk of being ‘excluded from astronomy’
Walking and cycling to work linked with fewer heart attacks
Using ‘synthetic worlds’ to boost business efficiency
Prize challenge to artists and scientists
Breathing new life into Earth’s oxygen debate
Greenland losing ice ‘faster than expected’
Leeds research which could revolutionise vaccine development
Developing next generation of anticoagulant
Suffragan Bishop of Doncaster 2 December 2019
Most Black Friday purchases soon end up as waste
University opens National Pig Centre in Yorkshire
“Exceedingly rare” plant species face increased chances of extinction
Drill or no drill – ‘the end of dentist’s dilemma’
Unpredictable evolution in brain tumours
Greenhouse gas nitrous oxide is on rise
Bowel cancer rates after colonoscopy vary by provider
Vitamin D dials down aggression in melanoma cells
Lecture theatre transformation enables diverse forms of teaching at Imperial
‘Wolves in sheep’s clothing’ – superbugs outsmarting lab tests
A measure of success: new Nexus partnership
Fungi could reduce reliance on fertilisers
A new approach for tackling superbugs