University of Leeds secures £5.6 million grant to understand new layer of gene regulation by ribosomes
The five-year project will lead to a better understanding of fundamental biochemical processes of gene regulation and will identify new research strategies for tackling cancer and other diseases.
An international team of researchers, including experts from the University of Leeds, has developed a new open access tool to assess the vulnerability of species communities.
Two BSc students have been awarded the prestigious Beaumont Award.
New COVID-19 variants could emerge from animals or from people with chronic infections – but it’s not cause for panic
Recent studies show that potential sources of new SARS-CoV-2 variants could emerge from people who experience chronic COVID infections and animals but they are likely not variants of concern.
University of Leeds asks public to report Flying Ant Day sightings in bid to understand strange annual event
Flying Ant Day is upon us, with Leeds residents reporting winged insects appearing on driveways, in gardens and whizzing through the air.