Arts Editor Owen Frost’s roundup of this year’s slightly different Academy Awards Ceremony.
As the decentralised ledger technology (DLT) space becomes more and more mainstream, companies from all around the world are beginning to divert significant resources to the space in an attempt to capitalise on the benefits […]
It is no secret that women in the economics profession have been and still continue to be under-represented. Throughout time, institutions and academics have often disregarded female figures in the field. In 1976, Milton Friedman […]
In a landmark case, the Italian Constitutional Court has made euthanasia (assisted dying) legal in extreme cases whereby the patient has ‘physical and psychological suffering that he or she considers intolerable.’ The subject of the […]
Lucy Woodhouse looks at what’s on at the Leeds Playhouse this autumn.
If you’re paying full price then you’re doing something wrong. These days you would be hard pressed to find a company which doesn’t price discriminate. If businesses can split a market up into groups that […]
We are Leeds You’re 1 of over 60,000 students studying in Leeds this year. Alongside Leeds Beckett, Leeds Trinity and Leeds Arts University, the University of Leeds is the largest in Leeds. As you can […]
Maintenance loans aren’t big enough anymore. For many, the full maintenance loan will be spent on accommodation, leaving little left for other living costs. But even if you have budgeted for your food and going […]
After 2020 the £50 banknote will be issued in plastic and the Bank of England are asking the British public to nominate prominent scientists to feature on it. Since the nomination announcement in November there […]
Two years ago Leeds was among three universities to share a £9.5 million award from the Medical Research Council. The aim was to advance research into diagnostic tools and prevent the unnecessary use of antibiotics, […]
Rising temperatures are leading to an increase in the proportion of female Green Sea Turtles (Chelonia mydas), recent studies show. Studies carried out on beaches of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia show that a […]
Play David Bowie – Jean Genie When former NASA scientist Josiah Zayner pulled out a syringe during a genetic engineering workshop last October and injected himself with a gene editing enzyme, he became the first […]