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Grant Shapps, the Business Secretary, touring a lab at the Henry Royce Institute looking at equipment with two lab assistants.

The Government has announced a £95 million boost to develop the new materials of the future through research at the Henry Royce Institute, a consortium of nine institutions including Leeds.

Professor Lorna Dougan leads an Engineering Physical Sciences Research Council Fellowship to explore Multiscale biomechanics, and previously led a European Research Council Fellowship in Extreme Biophysics.

School of Physics professor who is creating novel biomaterials inspired by living systems has been awarded a £1.8m research Fellowship to deliver frontier research.

A futuristic glowing CPU quantum computer processor
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Quantum computing systems could be made more stable and efficient thanks to a discovery about the way some atomic particles behave.  

A photograph of the Parkinson Building lit up for Light Night.

The University of Leeds is hosting three spectacular art installations as part of Light Night 2022.

A shoal of fish swimming in the ocean

Scientists have discovered how a chemical in the cells of marine organisms enables them to survive the high pressures found in the deep oceans.