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An electron microscope image which shows a single atom impurity within a material as a glowing yellow dot

New research proves it’s possible to detect that a single atom impurity is present in a material – using vibrational properties.

Employability team at the NUE awards

The Engineering and Physical Sciences Employability and Placements Team has been recognised with a prestigious national award.

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In the latest edition of Leeds Creative Labs, members of the Leeds Electron Microscopy and Spectroscopy (LEMAS) centre were paired with a local creative to combine science with art.

Pouring hot molten metal

Scientists at the Universities of Leeds and Sheffield have won £1.26 million funding to investigate ways to decarbonise the UK steel industry.

Laboratory equipment set up with DeepMatter technology

Collaborating with startup DeepMatter, the University of Leeds aims to revolutionise chemistry experiments through a new “Fitbit for chemistry”