Real-world business challenges solved by adding maths students to the equation
University of Leicester's School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences celebrates another round of successful collaborations between industrial...
Leicester maths graduates awarded fellowships with National Institute for Health and Care Research
Two University of Leicester graduates have been awarded fellowships with the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR).
Researchers create ‘Covid computer’ to speed up diagnosis
Researchers at the University of Leicester have created a new AI tool that can detect Covid-19.
Man vs. machine: New Leicester research to compare human eye-tracking with AI in first study of its kind
The human brain’s ability to track and process hazards will be pitted against an innovative artificial intelligence (AI) tool in a new...
Real-world experience enhances Maths students’ skills
Mathematics students from the University of Leicester have been putting their skills to use with a number of high-profile industry placements.
Leicester computational modelling experts pioneer pest-busting model
Mathematicians at the University of Leicester have developed a new mathematical model which could greatly increase the efficiency of pest control...
AI experts join drive for safety on UK rail crossings
Leicester researchers are lending their artificial intelligence (AI) expertise to a prototype device designed to improve safety on the UK’s rail...
Social stress key to population’s rate of COVID-19 infection, study finds
Mathematicians have analysed global COVID-19 data to identify two constants which can drastically change a country’s rate of infection.
Royal Commission Industrial Fellowship awarded to researcher
A PhD researcher at the University of Leicester has been awarded a prestigious Industrial Fellowship by the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of...
AI breakthrough could save lives through disease prediction and prevention
Artificial intelligence (AI) could help predict how an individual patient’s illness will progress and what treatment will be most successful to...