Shopping still costs the earth
There is still no such thing as a truly green consumer despite the increase in the range of green and ‘ethical’ products available, according to new Leeds-led research into the choices and trade-offs made by shoppers.
The right chemistry
Science Minister Lord Sainsbury opened Leeds’ state-of-the-art undergraduate chemistry labs and research centre this month.
Leeds has been short-listed in four national awards for excellence by the THES, including best student experience.
Watch It! grows
More families are needed to take part in a pioneering University programme tackling obesity in young people.
The puzzle of Alzheimer’s
Leeds researchers have won funding to continue their work on understanding how reduced oxygen causes Alzheimer's.
In the pink
Britain’s pig industry is aiming to regain its position as a world leader with help from a new centre launched at Leeds this month..
Designed to perform
People will be brought into the design process for technology in a radical way through a new £300,000 project led by Leeds.
Making friends and influencing people
Leeds academics have come together to create a new toolkit of advice and guidance on starting and developing relationships with other organisation.
Net on Demand
A Leeds-led project has been awarded a €650,000 grant to further develop the technology which gives us wireless internet access and cable-free security systems.
The pocket professor
Can twelve-and thirteen-year-olds really grasp advanced concepts in quantum physics? Leeds Professors and film-makers are taking on the challenge thanks to Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Partnership for Public Engagement funding.
Leeds cuts its carbon habit
A major scheme is under way to reduce the University’s reliance on fossil fuels, cut carbon dioxide emissions - and make greater use of renewable forms of energy.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Michael Arthur looks at the transformation in a number of areas of the University and how we are moving towards our ambition to become one of the top 50 universities in the world.
Results from this year's Varsity sports challenge against Leeds Met University.
Senior appointments of Professor Chris Clegg, Professor Nick Ellison and Helen Priestley.
Louise Ellis talks about her life in and out of Earth and Environment.