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The most comprehensive book ever written on the archaeology of Leicester has been published by University of Leicester Archaeological Services (ULAS).
A spoof letter of complaint written by a London school pupil has won a competition inspired by Leicester-born playwright Joe Orton.
The University of Leicester has climbed 47 places in The Guardian University guide 2022 (published 11 September) – the largest climb made by any...
The University of Leicester kicked off the celebrations marking its Centenary year today (Wednesday).
University of Leicester History PhD student and sports scholar Nick Cummins has won Gold as part of Great Britain’s Wheelchair Rugby squad at the...
The main piece of legislation used to combat illegal drug use in the UK is no longer fit for purpose, according to a leading criminologist at the...
A multi-media exhibition led by a team of academics at the University of Leicester has launched at the Wordsworth Museum – one of the Lake...
A technology company developing the UK’s first autonomous drone delivery network dedicated to the fast and direct delivery of vital,...
Archaeologists in Leicester have discovered an elaborately-decorated Roman bronze key handle portraying the execution of captives in the arena by...
Two new Heads of School have been appointed within the University of Leicester’s College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities (CSSAH).