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Issue 466, 8 May 2001

News in brief
  • Knowledge campus
    Wembley Stadium is to be scanned, twin towers and all, to create a 3D computer model for the new stadium's website and information centre.
  • Wellcome support
    The Wellcome Trust has awarded the University £10.4m under the SRIF scheme towards a new molecular medicine research centre headed by Professor Alex Markham.
  • A forward step
    A pioneering partnership to strengthen the role of universities in boosting the region's economy has been signed by Yorkshire Forward and the Yorkshire and Humberside Universities Association (YHUA).
  • The best poster
    A prize-winning poster was the focus of a visit to the campus by Harold Best, MP for Leeds North West.
  • Bursaries boost
    The University has been allocated 124 opportunity bursaries byHEFCE - more than any other pre-1992 university.
  • Jolly good fellow
    A lecturer in Biomedical Sciences from the University has been shortlisted for the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme awards.
  • Genetics explained
    A video aimed at educating lay audiences about genetic engineering has been produced by biology professor David Cove.
  • Useful connections
    The University of Leeds is now connected to the fastest computer network ever provided for education and research in the UK.
  • Chinese generosity
    A substantial gift of Chinese language materials, including books, tapes and videos, has been given to the Brotherton Library by the Chinese Consul-General Yaoxiag Wang.

 
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