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Issue 480, 22 April 2002

News in brief

  • Speeding satellites
    Trials of cars set automatically to keep within the speed limit are due to begin in Leeds.
  • Win WUN grants
    A second round of Worldwide Universities Network studentships are now open to research students at Leeds.
  • More ways to support
    The performance of medical undergraduates is to be monitored, to determine whether ethnic minority students could be given better support for their learning needs.
  • A clinical increase
    Clinical staff within the University received a pay increase of 3.6 percent from April1.
  • Learning the lessons
    there are clear lessons to be learnt from the Northern Ireland experience for other troubled parts of the world, suggests human rights expert Professor Colin Harvey.
  • First in 1943 and today
    The Leeds electron microscopy and spectroscopy centre has been relaunched.
  • Two more to learn
    A nationwide network of centres supporting high-quality learning and teaching has been given a further two years of life, following additional funding from the four UK HE funding bodies.

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