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Leeds Critical Data Studies Group launch new website

The Leeds Critical Data Studies Group is a multidisciplinary group of researchers across the University of Leeds who are working on the critical interrogation of data systems and logics. Read more »

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New Iqbal Centre launched

The Iqbal Centre for the Study of Contemporary Islam seeks to foster understanding of the field of Muslim reformist thought as an area of growing interest in Islamic and Religious Studies. Read more »

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A History of Women in British Film and Television comes to Leeds

Dr Melanie Bell has taken up the position of Associate Professor in Film & Media in the School of Media and Communication, and has brought an AHRC funded research project with her on her move from Newcastle University. Read more »

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Research Evaluation and Special Studies (RESS) site launched

RESS is a core curriculum research strand which spans all five years of the MBChB programme. Read more »

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Romantic Climates blog launched

Scholars from around the world will be contributing blog posts about their work on Romantic ecology to this new website, funded by the AHRC. Read more »

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Horizon 2020 project to assess the risks of novel nanomaterials

HISENTS is a new project in the School of Chemistry, the School of Chemical and Process Engineering – Institute for Materials Research, and School of Mechanical Engineering. Read more »

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Site launched for Responsibility to Protect conference

A two day conference organised by the School of Politics and Intarnational Studies will take place on October 13th and 14th in University house – “Putting the Responsibility to Protect at the Centre of Europe“. Read more »

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New site for research project investigating Multiple Sclerosis treatments

CRIMSON is a  two-year research project (2016-2018) which aims to improve our understanding of how people with multiple sclerosis weigh up the pros and cons of treatments. Read more »

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New cross-disciplinary research network examining the use of tracking devices

Anthea Hucklesby, Professor of Criminal Justice in the School of Law and Pro-Dean for Research and Innovation, has recently launched a unique and innovative cross-disciplinary network to examine the use of tracking devices (non-removable wearable devices that enable location monitoring or tracking of wearers by third parties). Read more »

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Human Rights Journal moves to WordPress hosting platform

The University of Leeds Human Rights Journal is a multidisciplinary publication created by students with the aim of providing a platform for ambitious undergraduates to publish their academic and creative work on the theme of human rights. Read more »

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