Prestigious Turing Institute Fellowships awarded to our researchers

Three School of Computing researchers have each been awarded a prestigious fellowship with The Alan Turing Institute.

New eye-catching scientific sculpture

A dramatic sculpture honouring revolutionary science will be in a prominent position on the side of the new Engineering and Physical Sciences development.

Research highlighted as at start of PwC-Leeds degree apprenticeship teaching

Thirty-six students are among the first in the UK to be welcomed on to the PwC computer science degree apprenticeship launched in partnership with Leeds to grow a new generation of technology talent.

How ultrasound technology and robotics could offer safer gastrointestinal screening

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.

Call for tech sector to join 24-hour 'hackathon'

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.