The Reporter
No 490, 19 May 2003
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Humber estuary

As clean as mud: bugs in the mud around the Humber estuary are helping Leeds researchers find ways to deal with radioactive pollution. See here for more information


As clear as mud – using bugs to beat pollution
Humber estuary mud could show us how to prevent the spread of radioactive pollution.
Fiftieth birthday bells and centenary celebrations
It's fifty years since the bells in the Parkinson Tower first chimed the 'Leeds quarters'.
Analysing the ancient with the modern
Leeds scientists are to investigate the birthplace of life – sea water billions of years old.
The future's green at Leeds
Leeds is on its way to becoming one of the UK's greenest universities.
From Manchester United to the divine – bringing spirituality into the curriculum
Do you work to live or live to work? New spirituality modules aim to help students bring 'real' and working lives together.
New research centre honours father of film
The man who filmed, in Leeds, the first ever moving pictures is honoured by a new research centre in his name.
Studying the secrets of the heart
Research in biomedical sciences is studying the intricate workings of the heart.
Plant power takes root in Leeds
Leeds is to jointly head a research consortium seeking to make power from plants.
Thousands face the numbers challenge

Over half a million children take part in the maths challenges organised by the University


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