Student satisfaction reflected by excellent NSS scores

Students are very satisfied with the quality of education they receive in engineering and computing at Leeds as told by the latest NSS scores.

Dr Peter Culmer authors an article on technology for incontinence

Dr Peter Culmer from the School of Mechanical Engineering, addresses the almost unchanged history of incontinence technology and the growing recognition for research in this area.

53 ways we are tackling global challenges

The University of Leeds has been ranked in the top three UK universities for global funding success, according to new data from Research Fortnight.

Research into robots that can repair roads shortlisted for prestigious award

Robots that 3D-print asphalt into cracks in roads, before they become potholes, could radically change the way streets are repaired and increase quality of life for future citizens.

Could virtual assistants help to care for dementia patients in the future?

The development of new Intelligent Assistive Technologies (IATs) for dementia should involve dementia sufferers, their carers, the NHS, and charitable stakeholders, according to a new study