tale of two ministers, two places and one day
University played host to government visitors at each
campus last week, as the arts and higher education ministers
came both on the same day to support events
at Leeds and Bretton Hall.
success of stonemason's son
stonemason's son who came to Leeds on a scholarship
and became one fo the University's most significant
benefactors was remembered this month on the 50th anniversary
of the building bearing his name the Parkinson
use of parent-power
with the condition known as dyspraxia can be helped
by parents and teachers, rather than using over-stretched
NHS resources, according to new research at Leeds.
for keeping chemicals in line
University of Leeds is to head a project keeping chemicals
on their best behaviour, in a £3.5m collaboration
with two universities and eleven industrial sponsors.
research into effective treatment for the bone
cancer myeloma is to receive £1.3m from the Medical