Pint of Science festival returns to Leicester
Tickets have launched for the world’s largest festival of public science talks, which will see more than 20 scientists take to the stage in venues...
Battery research project involving Leicester receives fresh investment from Faraday Institution
University of Leicester scientists will lend their expertise to the Recycling and Reuse (ReLiB) project, which will develop, improve and scale...
Major grant and awards recognition for electronic waste recycling solution
An electronic waste-recycling process that’s kinder to the planet – and uses pioneering technology developed at the University of Leicester – has...
Pioneering technique could unlock targeted treatments for cancer
Leicester researchers have described application of a pioneering chemical technique which could unlock ground-breaking new treatments for cancer...
Major £1.7m funding to clean up Philippines mineral extraction
Leicester researchers have been awarded part of a £1.
New approach will help identify drugs that can ‘glue’ proteins together
A new screening method that can test the effectiveness of therapeutic molecules designed to ‘glue’ proteins together in the body has been...
Leicester expert leads ground breaking invention on battery recycling
Researchers at the University of Leicester have developed a new method to recycle electric vehicle batteries using a ground-breaking new approach...
Modelling reveals new insight into the electrical conductivity of ionic liquids
A collaborative investigation has revealed new insight into how room temperature ionic liquids (RTILs) conduct electricity, which may have a great...
Using smart bombs to kill old cells
A new nanotechnology developed at the University of Leicester could lead to people living longer.
Gin: The only tonic to Brexit?
University of Leicester and Burleighs Gin team up to present a delicious way to engage in Brexit debate.