A dramatic sculpture honouring revolutionary science will be in a prominent position on the side of the new Engineering and Physical Sciences development.
A robotic colonoscopy platform that uses ultrasound could change the way gastrointestinal (GI) screening is carried out, improve patient survival rates and help healthcare providers save money.
Leading businesses and students will join forces for a 24-hour hackathon, where they will work together to solve technology challenges or develop new tools for clients.
Nifemi Marcus-Bello, a product designer who studied at the University of Leeds has had one of his products showcased at the Venice Design show 2018.
On Friday 21 September, Robotics at Leeds held their very first PGR Conference, which included guest speakers from universities such as Imperial College London and the University of Lincoln.