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Sensory technologies could improve quality of life for deafblind people

Researchers at Leeds are exploring how wearable smart technologies that use the sense of touch could help deafblind people better adjust to their environment.

Nanomineral with potential to capture CO2 from the atmosphere could benefit industry

A nanomineral which has the potential to capture Carbon Dioxide from the atmosphere has been discovered by University of Leeds researchers.

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.

Researchers awarded nearly £600k to boost diversity in Engineering and Physical Sciences

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.