481, 7 May 2002
engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce will be among the first
companies to benefit from a new 'superinternet' facility
at the White Rose universities of Leeds, Sheffield and
University's virtual tissue engineering has been awarded
a Computerworld science honour for 2002.
new CD to help treat bulimia patients has been designed
by psychologists from the Universities of Leeds and
Glasgow, with support from Leeds Innovations.
biology researchers are part of an international team
hoping to confirm the discovery of a new order of insects.
new series of Brodetsky Memorial Lectures is to be inaugurated
focusing on science and Jewish history and culture.
is at hand
1,000 students were helped by the University counselling
service last year, in either individual or group sessions
throughout West Yorkshire can help clean up their neighbourhood,
in a series of 'visual audits' by researchers from the
life, choose film
Given Sunday (well, Tuesdays and Thursdays), regular
as a Clockwork Orange, the Goodfellas of the film society
meet for The Great Escape.
Joyce Hill is to take up a permanent post as director
of the higher education equality challenge unit.
new masters degree in choreography is to be launched
in collaboration with a top Dutch dance academy.