University response to referendum result1 July 2016
The University has reinforced its commitment to remain a European university that provides one of the best student experiences in the UK.
Computing students in CERN security ‘whitehat hacking’ test26 July 2016
Masters students from the University’s School of Computing recently targeted the home of the Large Hadron Collider in a whitehat hacking exercise.
Elite cyclists are more resilient to mental fatigue25 July 2016
As Chris Froome celebrates his third Tour de France victory, research shows that such athletes have superior ability to resist mental fatigue.
International recognition for leading transport economist22 July 2016
Leading economist Professor Roger Vickerman has been awarded an international prize for his transport research.
Economic forces behind the decimation of the East End21 July 2016
A one-day symposium will be examining the effects of economic forces on artist and community spaces in the East End of London.
Bioscientists win international prize for Ebola research21 July 2016
Bioscientists win Fight Against Ebola Award for research identifying new insights into the way the deadly virus works.
Call for volunteers for autism research20 July 2016
Researchers from the University are seeking volunteers to take part in a study on autism that should shed new light on the condition.
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