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Dr John Cromby from the School of Business attended conference on report offering a new perspective on why people experience mental distress.
Leicester has been named one of the most improved areas in the UK when it comes to economic output and wage growth.
Anthropocene Working Group review the potential settings where a global reference section for the Anthropocene epoch might be searched for.
Professor Emma Bunce from our Department of Physics and Astronomy awarded Chapman Medal for outstanding research into gas giant planets.
Research found there was good recognition of when to call 999, but there was poor awareness and understanding of the NHS 111 service.
Harvard International Review (HIR) publishes article by Dr Marianna Charountaki on the aftermath of the Kurdish Referendum.
New study assesses economic impact of global recruitment by region’s universities.
Leicester researchers are involved in international collaboration behind new compound.
'Archaeologies of Transformation'. Lecture to be given by Professor Neil Christie, School of Archaeology and Ancient History.
Ceremonies for students graduating in January 2018.
Join us for our event 'To be at home: identity and belonging in a changing world', which will explore citizenship, belonging and what it means to create a sense of home for ourselves, and others.
‘Illness, as opposed to disease, is immeasurable and requires compassion’. Lecture by Professor Rodger Charlton, Leicester Medical School.