The Reporter
Issue 486, 25 November 2002
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Book aid
The University is joining the city council in a book appeal for schools in Durban, South Africa.
Counting costs
An online staff costs calculator developed at the University is to go live to the HE sector in December.
Winning prizes
Professor Stuart Lane has been awarded a 2002 Philip Leverhulme prize.
Palace bones
Biomedical sciences researcher presented her latest research at Buckingham Palace.
Royal Society Athena award

A recent University study into the progression of women in biological sciences has won a Royal Society Athena Award.

Civil student
MEng student Kris Clark has won best civil engineering student 2002.
Participation plan
Over £425,000 funding is to be distributed to resource centres to support widening participation.
Creative Colombia
Dr Calvin Taylor is helping the British council with a survey into the creative industries in Bogota.
NI Investigation
Human rights professor Colin Harvey is part of a community-led investigation into the deaths of six North Belfast men in 1973.
Practice prize
Jon Silcock is to receive a Royal Pharmaceutical Society practice research award for 2002.
Spas and Saxons
Professor Mike Dixon from pathology's has written a wide ranging overview of Ilkley's history.
Böll book launch
Professor Frank Finlay is one of the five-strong international editorial team on new critical edition of the works of Heinrich Böll.
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