Robotics could provide new ways of treating cancer

Robotic technology, nanoparticles and high-intensity ultrasound can be combined with laser illumination to identify then treat cancer without the side effects related to chemo and radiation therapies.

Kyoto Symposium will explore ways to prevent natural disasters

Building better infrastructure to withstand earthquakes will be the core topic of discussion during a top-level international conference at Leeds next week.

Robotics at Leeds researchers shortlisted for international innovation award

Team RoboFORCE have been shortlisted for an international award, having developed a new, less painful way of carrying out colonoscopy and other invasive procedures.

University of Leeds team shortlisted for national engineering awards

A team from the University of Leeds have been shortlisted for The Engineer: Collaborate to Innovate awards 2018.

Summer Internship Scheme students tackling current issues in healthcare

Students from the Faculty of Engineering are tackling current issues in healthcare during their summer internships.