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Mathematics student Jacob Smith working at Redmayne Bentley

An innovative stochastic modelling tool, helping to make important asset allocation decisions, has been developed in a partnership between Redmayne Bentley and the University of Leeds.

nuclear power station floodlit at night

A Leeds-led partnership has received the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Industry-Academia Collaboration Award.

Undergraduate chemical engineering student working in the nuclear lab

Join us in celebrating International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) on Tuesday 23 June by taking a look at the fantastic achievements of women across our Faculty.

The Great Hall at the University of Leeds

The award, in memory of Dr Margaret Steel, is a generous £1000 prize awarded to female students who showed a particular aptitude for innovation and want to develop an idea.

A star in space

An artificial intelligence system analysing data from the Gaia space telescope has identified more than 2,000 large protostars - and they could hold clues to the origins of the stars in the Milky Way.