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Africa’s first pygmy seahorse species

An international research team has discovered a new pygmy seahorse species in Sodwana Bay in South Africa, the first of its kind to be found in the waters around the continent.

University of Leeds, Baines Wing pictured in Summer

Three new Athena SWAN Charter awards have acknowledged the advancement of gender equality at the University.

Can mosquitoes stop us going bump in the night?

Scientists have used the principles that guide a mosquito’s nocturnal flight to develop a quadcopter equipped with an elegant collision-avoidance sensory system.

Graphical representation of e coli cells

Scientists have identified a key process in the way bacteria protect themselves from attack - and it heralds a new strategy in the hunt for antibiotics.

Representation of the nervous system

Scientists have – for the first time – shown how chemical triggers in the nervous system can amplify the pain experienced by mammals in response to certain stimuli.