Two inventors of a patented technique to wash cells and DNA out of tissue, so it is not rejected when transplanted into human bodies, have been shortlisted for the European Inventor of the Year award.
The University has climbed up the Complete University Guide once again and secures its position in the top 20.
A new generation of ultra-sensitive detectors has opened up the use of infrared wavelengths for a large number of new applications that could improve people’s lives, according to researchers.
Solving challenges to bring new medical technologies in Yorkshire to the marketplace is the focus of a new partnership led by Leeds’ Dr Josephine Dixon-Hardy and Professor John Fisher.
The Leeds Festival of Science is running until the end of March, with events hosted by the University of Leeds, Leeds City Museum, Lotherton and Café Scientifique.