The Bulletin - Leicester research reveals hit and run motives
In this episode of The Bulletin from the University of Leicester News Centre:
- Hear about the new University of Leicester research revealing why drivers 'hit and run'.
- Discover what was the vital clue in helping a team from the University of Leicester Department of Geology solve the 300 million year old mystery of the 'Tully Monster'.
- Find out about the University of Leicester research suggesting that exposure to violence during pregnancy increases risk of prematurity and low birthweight.
Also in this episode, you can find out where you can see the striking skull portraits of King Richard III produced using X-rays made by the University of Leicester and hear which University of Leicester student will be talking about the role of women during the English Civil War.
The Bulletin: The latest news from the University of Leicester News Centre in under five minutes.