A Leeds alum – one of Yorkshire’s most prolific and celebrated poets – has showcased a cultural vision for the future, following a collaborative initiative bringing together arts and engineering.
Emeritus Professor Alan Williams, a world-leading researcher and Commander of the British Empire (CBE) who spent his long and celebrated career at the University of Leeds, has died aged 88.
The Minister responsible for UK digital and tech policy visited the University, as part of the Leeds Digital Festival schedule, to see how the city region is developing innovative digital technology.
The 48th Leeds-Lyon Symposium on Tribology, organised by the Institute of Functional Surfaces, has been hailed as a major triumph, marking another milestone in the field of tribology.
Professor John Plane FRS, of the University’s School of Chemistry, has been celebrated for his “selfless dedication to advancing Earth and space sciences” by the American Geophysical Union.