A team from the University of Leeds have been shortlisted for The Engineer: Collaborate to Innovate awards 2018.
Students from the Faculty of Engineering are tackling current issues in healthcare during their summer internships.
Leeds is part of a consortium of 15 organisations receiving £591,463 to boost the representation of women, disabled people, LGBT+, and minority ethnic backgrounds in Engineering and Physical Sciences.
A report co-authored by David McKee, has found that the use of ‘smart ledger’ technology could support the take-up of collective defined contribution (CDC) schemes.
Students are very satisfied with the quality of education they receive in engineering and computing at Leeds as told by the latest NSS scores.