Leeds City Council’s Plans Panel has given the green light to support the University’s application to develop a site that will host large-scale research and experimental facilities.
More than 150 fully-funded PhD researcher places are being created in Leeds after the University secured funding to train the next generation of scientists and engineers.
Nexus has joined forces with one of the world’s leading professional services firms, KPMG.
A dramatic sculpture honouring revolutionary science will be in a prominent position on the side of the new Engineering and Physical Sciences development.
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.