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Issue 488, 24 February 2003
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dynein molecules

Why did this little fellow make it onto the pages of the Sun, the Financial Times and,
of course, the front cover of Nature? See here for more information

 

Opera première at Leeds
The British première of Dvorák's opera The Stubborn Lovers is to be performed in Leeds on February 28.
New compound to combat cancer
A metal used to coat aircraft and turn paper and paint white could help fight ovarian cancer.
Leeds peace bid for an 'Oslo of the north'
Ambitious plans for a prestigious international centre for peace and conflict resolution are under discussion.
SRIF announcement gives backbone to research
The University has been allocated £28.8m in the government's latest round of SRIF funding.
University more diverse than the nation
Over five percent of University staff are disabled and 11 percent are from ethnic minorities, a recent survey has found.
New scholarship schemes offer crucial support
Two new scholarship schemes have been set up to offer financial support for Leeds students.
Beyond the riots and rhetoric – unpacking the asylum debate
Research at Leeds is unpacking the rhetoric, posturing and sensationalism to see what people really think about asylum.
Twist in the tail – showing how sperm swim
University scientists have identified what makes sperm wriggle and swim.
Science goes funtastic for 1,000 schoolchildren
Over 1,000 children from local schools will visit the University during National Science Week.
Fellowship winners
Six University teaching fellowships have been awarded for 2003.
New parking rules
Parking charges will be introduced for all University visitors from April 1.

 

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