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A sticker-collecting treasure hunt for children is among the activities at our Be Curious fair on Saturday. Learn about our research and facilities at this fun and interactive day for all ages. Find out more at
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03/21/2017 at 16:48. Facebook
It's great to see Leeds Alumni Corinne Bailey Rae and Kaiser Chiefs bassist Simon Rix backing the #Leeds2023 bid for European Capital of Culture!
University of Leeds
03/20/2017 at 14:54. Facebook
Today is #InternationalDayofHappiness and spring is blossoming on campus. Visit for more photos of our beautiful campus.
University of Leeds
03/19/2017 at 10:33. Facebook
Take your knowledge and passion to the next level and get into PhD research at the University of the Year. See if you are eligible for our #LeedsDoctoralScholarships

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03/17/2017 at 17:14. Facebook
Nine months on, what do we know about the impact of Brexit on the University, the higher education sector and the research our academics carry out? Our Vice-Chancellor writes about Leeds’ determination to continue to welcome talented students and staff from around the world. He says we will still drive research and innovation across borders and by working together, we will help protect and...
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03/17/2017 at 12:07. Facebook
Curious about our research? Come along to Be Curious 2017 for a day full of discovery and wonder – from climate to cities, science to culture, engineering to health #BeCurious17 [ Link ]
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03/16/2017 at 15:51. Facebook
This #ThrowbackThursday we're looking back at some Marks and Spencer adverts through the ages, and celebrating five years of the M&S Company Archive on our campus. Read about events at the archive at
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03/16/2017 at 12:53. Facebook
Do you know how much energy and nutrients you get from your food?

Professor Janet Cade’s article for the Conversation warns about the rise of smartphone diet apps that are often not evidence-based.
She highlights the importance of accurate diet monitoring for personal health and research, which is possible with her recently launched myfood24.

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The online tool that can track, monitor and analyse nutritional intake
University of Leeds
03/16/2017 at 10:17. Facebook
Global warming which causes coral bleaching is putting Australia’s Great Barrier Reef in danger. Rising sea temperatures means the corals lose their colour and can result in their death.
University of Leeds researcher Dr Maria Beger has been studying the corals with a team of Australian scientists at ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies - Coral CoE.
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Find out if you are eligible for our #LeedsUGScholarships, worth up to £3,000 a year for three years, at [ Link ]
It's nice weather for ducks, who recently returned to Roger Stevens pond! Tag your photos of our wildlife as #uolcampuscreatures. See more photos of campus at
We're really pleased the ducks are returning. Thanks for all your hard work!
Striking images of Asia are on display on campus until 23 March. The entries to our 25th annual Eye on Asia competition are on the theme Capturing the Culture. Find out more at
If you're eligible for our #LeedsDoctoralScholarships don't forget to apply by 5pm today for Biological Sciences, Education, Social Sciences, Law, Environment, Mathematics and Physical Sciences and Medicine and Health. Learn more at [ Link ]
Beech Grove Terrace, in the 1970s and today. We wonder if the sky was as blue on the day this shot was taken #throwbackthursday. See more shots of our beautiful campus at
We're celebrating the success of our alumni: two of our Business School graduates have been awarded prizes at the British Council Alumni Awards. Congratulations to George Sotiropoulos and Fatima Ademoh for winning the Entrepreneurial Award in Greece and the Social Impact Award in Nigeria respectively.
#AlumniAwards2017 #WeAreInternational
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This International Women's Week we're celebrating all the extraordinary women who are making change right here on campus.

Take a look at our week of events here: [ Link ]
To celebrate this year's International Women's Day theme #beboldforchange, an exhibition showcasing the history and creativity of feminist activism will be held at our Treasures of the Brotherton gallery tomorrow. These images are from the Feminist Archive North, which we will be delving into for this one-day event. Find out more at [ Link ]
Festival of Science is here! Some great events going on over the next few weeks, from the Ensonglopedia of Science to keyhole surgery. We'd like you to come and experience science in Leeds.

Celebrating science with songs and surgery
Our Mechanical Engineering students have been challenged to build a robot that can pour a better pint than a person by Saltaire Brewery. Who do you think will win?

Robot wars! Who can pull best pint? Man or machine?