478, 4 March 2002
of cancer epidemiology Ray Cartwright has been appointed
chair of the country's first primary and community care
based health trust in Northumberland.
Student Community Action launched a revamped website
to celebrate student volunteering week 2002.
TSB online current account is the fastest to acces,
according to a new survey by Leeds researchers on 12
online current account providers.
pioneering multi-media system to teach students the
skills of the textile industry has been shortlisted
for the Society of Dyers and Colourists' innovation
researchers Dr Jim McQuaid and Dr Alastair Lewis, who
co-ordinated the project to test pollution levels over
Leeds from a specially equipped German plane generated
interest in their work from some unexpected quarters.
far, how loud?
UK representative Monsieur Daniel Audet will discuss
the regions and its global position at the University
later this month.
poems, food and dance will be on offer as part of the
festival of the Portuguese-speaking world on March 13,14
stalactites and prehistoric remains will be the order
of the day at the cave science symposium on March 9.
raft of new programmes will use cross-disciplinary teaching
to meet the changing needs of students and potential