The Rosalind Franklin Institute, which will bring about transformative changes in life science, has been officially launched, and the University of Leeds is a key partner.
A £103 million revolution to develop new technologies which will drive forward biology and medicine research and development has been officially launched today.
The University of Leeds is among the top 100 universities in the new QS World University Rankings 2019.
Two School of Chemistry students are celebrating after winning Beaumont Awards, which are presented to students whose final year projects display the greatest potential to have an impact on society.
Natural dyes extracted from blackcurrant waste created during Ribena manufacture have for the first time been used in an effective new hair dyeing technology, developed at the University of Leeds.