The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2018 has placed the University of Leeds in the top 100 in the world for engineering and technology.
Dr Miller Alonso Camargo-Valero and Dr Julia Martin-Ortega have just been awarded one of the five projects funded by the UK’s Global Food Security programme (£1.51M).
The University’s research into new ways of tackling drug-resistant infections will be bolstered by a pioneering programme to develop the next generation of scientists specialising in this area.
Developing more durable infrastructure materials to help the public and private sectors save money and reduce their environmental impact is the focus of new civil engineering research at Leeds.
The University’s ambitious plans for advancing engineering and physical sciences has taken a major step forward today with a green light from Leeds City Council.