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Issue 468, 4 June 2001

News in brief
  • Seeing inside the body
    New advances in computer science are helping doctors see ‘inside’ the living human body, enabling clearer diagnosis and more effective treatment..
  • Dinosaur Island
    Fossil plant expert Dr Jane Francis of earth sciences will be taking part in an excavation of fossil dinosaur sites on the Isle of Wight, to be broadcast live on BBC2.
  • Irigaray first at Leeds
    The first conference dedicated to the work of renowned French philosopher, Luce Irigaray, will be held at the University from June 22-24.
  • Competition success
    Biomedical sciences postgraduate Tom Claydon has won a Novartis-sponsored competition within his faculty, enabling him to present his research to the Biophysical Society’s 45th Annual Meeting in Boston, USA.
  • Medieval gathering
    Each summer the University of Leeds hosts the largest gathering of medievalists in Europe, organised by the International Medieval Institute.
  • Scholarly success
    Forty schoolchildren have been selected to receive Robert Ogden scholarships for 2001, following a record number of applications to the scheme.
  • Transparently so
    Preparation of the 1999/2000 results of the transparency review is well under way for submission to the HEFCE by 31 July.

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