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Financial Times global masters in management league table
15/09/14  Financial Times
Leeds University Business School tops the table for courses in international business.

Care of heart patients
15/09/14  The Independent
A study led by Dr Chris Gale (Medicine) shows many heart attack patients are missing out on potentially life-saving aspects of care.

Care of heart patients
15/09/14  Daily Mail
A study led by Dr Chris Gale (Medicine) shows many heart attack patients are missing out on potentially life-saving aspects of care.

Saracens use data to raise the tactical game
15/09/14  The Times
A feature on rugby union highlights Saracens’ partnership with Professor Bill Gerrard (LUBS) and Deloitte, which uses data analysis to maximise effective play and player performance

Murder of British hostage David Haines condemned by the Prime Minister
15/09/14  BBC Breakfast
Dr Lars Berger (POLIS) comments on the situation in the Middle East and Islamic State, following the Prime Minister vowing to do everything in his power to find those responsible

Journey of injured soldiers
13/09/14  Yorkshire Post
100 years since First World War wounded came to Leeds, children from The Cooperative Academy of Leeds, worked with Mr Tinsey, used archives from the University’s Liddle Collection to research the stories.

Wind turbines in Scotland
13/09/14  the Scotsman
A new map shows that wind farms are visible from at least 60 per cent of Scotland. Dr Steve Carver (Geography) comments arguing that wild places are not good places for them but that wind turbines are a good thing as long as they are situated in an appropriate place.

How to beat back and joint pain
13/09/14  Daily Mail
Professor Philip Conaghan (Medicine) comments on hips causing the most problems after backs, knees and shoulders.

The Montreal protocol for climate change
12/09/14  Carbon Brief
Dr Hugh Dyer (POLIS) writes that the ozone issue's comparatively narrow focus meant there was less opportunity for scientific uncertainty to infiltrate the political negotiations than in climate debates.

It can be a hard industry to leave
12/09/14  BBC online
In article about the sex industry, a study by Dr Teela Sanders (Sociology and Social Policy ) suggests the most common reasons for people leaving the sex industry are entering a new relationship, finding an alternative career or just disillusionment with the working conditions.

Business schools and businesses must collaborate
12/09/14  Financial Times
Professor Krsto Pandza (LUBS) writes in the FT, arguing that a step change is needed for business schools and businesses in how they view and approach research collaborations

Rinse Air: Robot learns how to load dishwasher
12/09/14  Financial Times
The Strands project, which is developing robots that can move around a cluttered environment and in which Professor Anthony Cohn (Computing) is involved, is mentioned in an article on robotics at the University of Birmingham.

Letters: Universities and engineering profession should work together
11/09/14  New Civil Engineer
Nigel Wright, head of the school of Civil Engineering, discusses gender equality in engineering in a letter to the New Civil Engineer.

It's just a craze
11/09/14  BBC Radio Leeds
Dr Simon Warner (Music) is interviewed on the Martin Kelner show about fleeting musical crazes.

Understanding the value of MOOCs
11/09/14  The Epoch Times
Professor Neil Morris (School of Education) discusses the importance of MOOCs - online courses that are freely available to anyone.

First World War exhibition featured at University
11/09/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
Leeds part in the First World War is featured in exhibitions and talks around the city including involvement around the University of Leeds campus.

Study reveals UK has higher benzene emissions than US
11/09/14  Environmental Research Web
Professor Andrew Gouldson (School of Earth and Environment) conducted a study of benzene emissions from oil refineries revealing significantly higher figures for the UK.

Advances in microwave research
11/09/14  HispanicBusiness.com
University of Leeds academics find new research the Area of Microwave Research.

Reducing energy usage
11/09/14  Guardian
James Dixon-Gough Sustainable Development Officer at the University talks about how removing bins from beneath people’s desks has made recycling “the norm”.

Radio: Mark Forrest
10/09/14  BBC Radio Leeds
BBC Radio Leeds comes to campus to interview Walter C Foster’s grandson David Foster about his grandfather’s artwork which is on display at the University’s Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall.

Leeds expert is given honour
10/09/14  Yorkshire Post
Professor Theo Raynor (Healthcare) has been given the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s Lifetime Achievement Award for his work in improving the readability of medicine labels.

Obituary: Professor Rick Jones
09/09/14  Guardian
Sara Newman writes an obituary for her brother, Rick Jones. Professor Jones, professor of chemical pathology and health informatics at the University, was a national expert on informatics in medicine, helped set up the Yorkshire Centre for Health Informatics, and supported the development of an MSc in health informatics and a joint BSc in computing for medicine at Leeds.

UUK president calls for ‘stability’ from politicians
09/09/14  Times Higher Education
Universities UK has called for “stability” and “political consensus” from an incoming government on fees and funding. Sir Christopher Snowden, the University of Surrey and UUK president, speaks at the UUK’s annual conference, being hosted by the University (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday)

TV: BBC Look North
09/09/14  BBC One
BBC Look North visits the University to take a look at Walter C Foster’s artwork in the ‘Another Country’ exhibition which is currently running at the Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall.

Radio: The Paul Franks Show
09/09/14  BBC WM
Dr Stephen Wright (School of Chemical and Process Engineering) discusses the preliminary Dutch report on flight MH17.

Getech's largest ever £3m deal with Angolan company
09/09/14  Yorkshire Post
Oil and gas exploration from Getech Group has secured record breaking contract with Angolan National Oil Company. The firm which initiated from the University of Leeds saw low spending in the sector late last year but the group is now confident about high demand for its services.

How to fight Cholera Bacteria
09/09/14  YouTube
Dr Bruce Turnbull (School of Chemistry), University of Leeds is interviewed about the announcement of his creation of a prevention to the cholera toxin from binding to intestinal cells causing diarrheal diseases; following his winning of the 2013 Royal Society of Chemistry prize for carbohydrate chemistry.

How to fight Cholera Bacteria
09/09/14  Bio Portfolio (Web)
Dr Bruce Turnbull (School of Chemistry), University of Leeds is interviewed about the announcement of his creation of a prevention to the cholera toxin from binding to intestinal cells causing diarrheal diseases; following his winning of the 2013 Royal Society of Chemistry prize for carbohydrate chemistry.

The UUK annual conference held at Leeds University
09/09/14  Yorkshire Post
Universities UK’S Members, including vice chancellors from across the country will meet today for an annual conference. Leeds University will be hosting the event over the course of three days attracting key figures from the higher education sector across the country.

Graduates from Leeds University show their thanks
08/09/14  Yorkshire Post
Michelle Calvert (Alumni and Development team) discusses how former students have been expressing their gratitude towards the instiution by donating and fundraising incredible quantities.

Al-Zawahiri hopes an Indian franchise will revive al-Qaeda
08/09/14  The Conversation UK
Dr Lars Berger (POLIS) writes on the implications of al-Qaeda establishing a franchise in India.

Jack the Ripper identity found through DNA traces
08/09/14  Voice of Russia (Web)
Russell Edwards has worked with academics including Dr David Miller (Medicine) to identify DNA that was left on a shawl that was found at the murder scene of victim Catherine Eddowes.

Jack the Ripper identity found through DNA traces
08/09/14  Manila Standard Today (Web)
Russell Edwards has worked with academics including Dr David Miller (Medicine) to identify DNA that was left on a shawl that was found at the murder scene of victim Catherine Eddowes.

Jack the Ripper identity found through DNA traces
08/09/14  World News Australia (Web)
Russell Edwards has worked with academics including Dr David Miller (Medicine) to identify DNA that was left on a shawl that was found at the murder scene of victim Catherine Eddowes.

Lottery grant will help loneliness in the city
08/09/14  BBC news online
A new £6 million grant has been given to tackle loneliness in Leeds.

Lottery grant will help loneliness in the city
08/09/14  Yorkshire Post
A new £6 million grant has been given to tackle loneliness in Leeds.

How quickly viruses can contaminate buildings and how to stop them
08/09/14  Brightsurf Science News (Web)
Researchers have discovered how the contamination of simple objects throughout buildings can result in the spread of viruses within a couple of hours. Experimentalists from The University of Leeds have joined together with the University of York to take a mathematical approach into researching how during infection viruses duplicate themselves.

CVs jam packed with internships
08/09/14  Evening Standard
It seems numerous internships and placements are becoming the norm for university graduates. Graduate from Leeds University discusses the numerous tasks she has done through various placements.

Jack the Ripper identity found through DNA traces
08/09/14  Daily Mail online
Russell Edwards has worked with academics including Dr David Miller (Medicine) to identify DNA that was left on a shawl that was found at the murder scene of victim Catherine Eddowes.

Jack the Ripper identity found through DNA traces
08/09/14  Channel News Asia
Russell Edwards has worked with academics including Dr David Miller (Medicine) to identify DNA that was left on a shawl that was found at the murder scene of victim Catherine Eddowes.

University’s campaign
08/09/14  Yorkshire Post
Michelle Calvert (Alumni and Development) discusses the Alumni Campaign and the impact that donations are having on the University.

Student advice proves positive for dance group
08/09/14  FT Magazine
Six MBA students from Leeds University Business School worked with Northern Ballet on a digital marketing strategy.

Heritage Open Days
06/09/14  Yorkshire Post
During Leeds’ 20th Heritage Open Days event there will be guided tours of the University’s campus.

Will interest rates be put up before the election?
06/09/14  Yorkshire Post
Dr Iain Clacher (LUBS) tells The Yorkshire Post that it is unlikely that there will be an increase in interest rates in the next six months.

Radio: Liz Green
05/09/14  BBC Radio Leeds
Dr Victoria Honeyman (Politics and International Studies) comments on a call by councillors from Wakefield that there should be fewer councillors in each ward, receiving allowances that are 11% smaller.

Are our fossil collections incomplete?
04/09/14  Red Orbit
Research led by Dr Alexander Dunhill (Earth and Environment), formerly at the Universities of Bristol and Bath, found that methods used to identify and correct bias in fossil collections may be misleading.

TV: Who Do You Think You Are?
04/09/14  BBC one
Professor Derek Scott (Music) explains the historical context of actress Sheridan Smith’s banjo-playing great-great-grandfather in this popular genealogy show.

Radio: Andrew Edwards
04/09/14  BBC Radio Leeds
Dr Iain Clacher (Leeds University Business School) is interviewed about the Scottish referendum, discussing potential financial implications for West Yorkshire.

Times Higher Education release 2014 shortlist
04/09/14  Times Higher Education
The University is shortlisted in two categories: Outstanding ICT Initiative of the Year and James Pickering (Medicine) is a contender for Most Innovative Teacher of the Year.

Leeds graduate to play major role in Miller’s The Crucible
03/09/14  Metro (Yorskhire)
University of Leeds graduate Kate Phillips will be playing Abigail Williams in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible that will run at the West Yorkshire Playhouse from 29 September until 25 October.

Earth observation satellite analyses Napa Valley earthquake
03/09/14  Daily Mail
Further coverage of a University of Leeds press release. Scientists from the Centre for the Observation and Modelling of Earthquakes, volcanoes and Tectonics (Community Action Programme for Education & Training for Technology) – an international research group that is based at the University of Leeds, under the directorship of Professor Tim Wright (Earth & Environment) – have used the Sentinel-1A satellite to map the ground movements caused by the earthquake that shook up California’s wine-producing Napa Valley on 24 August 2014.

Leeds teams up with M&S for new MOOC
03/09/14  B Daily
The University is working alongside Marks & Spencer to offer a new online course Innovation: the key to business success which will run from the middle of September.

Radio: Wes Butters
03/09/14  BBC Radio Leeds
Professor Edward Spiers (History) explains to Nick Ahad who IS are and how much of a threat they pose.

Radio: Liz Green
03/09/14  BBC Radio Leeds
Dr Lars Berger (Politics and International Studies) talks to Liz Green about recent news that Kurdish men from West Yorkshire and Manchester are travelling to the Middle East to fight Isis.

What to do if university isn’t for you
03/09/14  The Telegraph
Reporter Olivia O’Neil talks about why she chose not to go to university and why an apprenticeship was right for her.

M&S bring back blasts from the past
03/09/14  Guardian
The M&S Archive, based in The University of Leeds, charts retro deigns from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s, marking the retailer’s history through a nostalgic collection.

M&S bring back blasts from the past
03/09/14  Metro
The M&S Archive, based in The University of Leeds, charts retro deigns from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s, marking the retailer’s history through a nostalgic collection.

Yorkshire experts receive £50,000 to help battle dementia
03/09/14  Yorkshire Post
Dr John Boyle (Div Cardiovascular & Diabetes Research) collaborates with other Yorkshire universities after Alzheimer’s Research UK hands over £50,000 for further research into dementia.

Radio: Woman’s Hour
02/09/14  BBC Radio 4
Dr Ruth Payne (Languages, Cultures and Societies) talks about her research into the techniques used for behaviour management in schools.

Earth observation satellite analyses Napa Valley earthquake
02/09/14  BBC news
Scientists from the Centre for the Observation and Modelling of Earthquakes, volcanoes and Tectonics (COMET) – an international research group that is based at the University of Leeds, under the directorship of Professor Tim Wright (Earth & Environment) – have used the Sentinel-1A satellite to map the ground movements caused by the earthquake that shook up California’s wine-producing Napa Valley on 24 August 2014. The journalist also discussed the research on BBC World News (footage unavailable).

Business lessons to be learnt from Germany
02/09/14  Yorkshire Post
Iain Clacher, associate professor at Leeds University Business School, equates the rest of Europe’s struggling economy during the financial crisis to Germany’s contradictory financial growth. It seems that ‘the Germany model’ of smaller family businesses is the key to a developed and successful economy.

Hen night crash survivors make pledge
02/09/14  Yorkshire Post
A piece on the launch of Day One, a charity which aims to improve the quality of life for major trauma patients, based at Leeds General Infirmary. Professor Peter Giannoudis (Medicine) is quoted in the article.

Would we care if Scotland voted for independence?
02/09/14  BBC online
With just weeks left until the Scottish referendum, the rest of the UK our expressing their opinions on the issue. Stuart McAnulla, a lecturer in British politics at the University of Leeds discusses increasing interest as the date draws closer.

Yorkshire is leading the way in global retail
02/09/14  Yorkshire Post
Mike Barry, the director of sustainable business at Marks & Spencer; and Dr Sally Russell (associate professor of business organisations and sustainability) discuss how online shopping has changed the retail industry and is being led by the UK, despite customers struggling for spends.

Over 30 children pass away before first day of school due to heart defects in Yorkshire & Humber alone
01/09/14  The Yorkshire Times
After shocking number of child deaths in Yorkshire and Humber BHF-funded researchers at the University of Leeds are recognizing causes of congenital heart defects in those who inherit the faulty genes (ciliopathies). Leader of the research, Professor Colin Johnson (Institute of Biomedical and Clinical Sciences) discusses the hope for new treatments.

Wriggling mass of fungus gnat larva swarm together to deter predators
01/09/14  Daily Mail online
Larvae cleverly embody a snake like form in order to demonstrate ‘the selfish herd theory’, explains Dr Sophie Evison, a biology lecturer at Leeds University. This represents a population’s natural attempt to reduce the odds of an attack.

Sheffield and Leeds University make efforts to escalate uptake in electronics degrees by partnering with UKESF
01/09/14  Components in Electronics
Professor Iain Robertson (Head of the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering) discusses the encouraging work of UKSESF and how their partnership will lead to more industry-sponsored scholarships.

TV: The Real Mill with Tony Robinson
31/08/14  More4
Professor Malcolm Chase (History) talks about Chartism and the general strike of 1842 in this, the second of two programmes about historical events depicted in Channel 4’s recent drama series, The Mill.

New research reveals truth about school disciplines
31/08/14  Forbes
Preliminary research from University lecturer and former teacher, Dr Ruth Payne (Languages, Cultures and Societies), suggests that traditional disciplines in schools such as detention serve little purpose.

Arctic ice cap has grown instead of disappearing as was predicted by Al Gore
31/08/14  Mail on Sunday
New satellite images from the University of Illinois’ Cyrosphere project show that the Arctic sea ice has become more compacted and it covers 1.7million square kilometres more than it did two years ago. Professor Andrew Shepherd (Earth and Environment) comments on the new findings in this article.

Peace is demonstrated by pro wrestlers in North Korea
30/08/14  The Washington Post
North Korea expert, Dr Adam Cathart (History), discusses political controversy between America and North Korea following the unlikely demonstration of harmony at Pyongyang International Pro Wrestling Games.

Soldiers names added to war memorial at university
29/08/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
The names of 25 soldiers who fought in the First World War were uncovered by historian David Stowe and added to the University’s war memorial last week.

Soldiers names added to war memorial at university
29/08/14  BBC news online
The names of 25 soldiers who fought in the First World War were uncovered by historian David Stowe and added to the University’s war memorial last week.

A glow from vegetables is more attractive than a tan study finds
29/08/14  Mail on Sunday
Research from the Universities of Leeds and St Andrews has found that a healthy glow generated from eating plenty of vegetables is considered more attractive than a glow that has been developed by sitting out in the sun.

University student set for world championships
29/08/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
Leeds student Kim Daybell will be taking part in the 2014 ITT Para Table Tennis World Championships in Beijing.

World War One: Industrial innovation and suspicion
28/08/14  BBC online
Dr Elizabeth Bruton (School of Philosophy, Religion and the History of Science) discusses Marconi and the growth in communications technology during the war.

Exhibition will explore theatre’s war stories
28/08/14  Yorkshire Post
Leeds Grand Theatre is working with the University and the West Yorkshire Archive to host a World War One exhibition during their Heritage Open Day on September 14.

Not another Eyjafjallajökull disaster for airlines
28/08/14  Guardian
In light of the ongoing volcanic activity at the Bárðarbunga volcano in Iceland, Professor Andy Hooper (Earth and Environment) has written a blog post for The Guardian to explain why it is unlikely to repeat the travel chaos of 2010’s Eyjafjallajökull eruption.

Radio: News bulletins
28/08/14  Pulse
Dr Verity Hartill (Medicine and Health) is interviewed about children’s heart defects by this Bradford commercial station, to coincide with the launch of British Heart Foundation’s “Bag it. Beat it” fundraising campaign.

Radio: Georgey Spanswick
28/08/14  BBC Radio York
Dr Lars Berger (School of Politics and International Studies) discusses the rise of Islamic State in Syria and Iraq.

Radio: Wes Butters
28/08/14  BBC Radio Leeds
Dr Victoria Honeyman (School of Politics and International Studies) comments on South Yorkshire police and crime commissioner Shaun Wright’s refusal to resign in the wake of the Rotherham child sex abuse scandal.

Restaurant scene grows in city
28/08/14  Yorkshire Post
Bidding wars are breaking out in Leeds due to a recent rise in the amount of restaurants opening up in the city. Numbers from the Business School are quoted in the article; they show that during the economic downturn many restaurant businesses across Yorkshire contracted. Professor Nick Wilson from Leeds University Business School is quoted in the article.

Leeds alumni are brewing success
27/08/14  The Yorkshire Times
University of Leeds graduates Phil Graham and Richard Quayl are looking to revolutionise how the UK brews up with their new brand of loose-leaf tea.

Study finds glow from vegetables is more attractive than a tan
27/08/14  The Telegraph
Research from the Universities of Leeds and St Andrews has found that a healthy glow generated from eating plenty of vegetables is considered more attractive than a glow that has been developed by sitting out in the sun.

Rugby World Cup team bases confirmed
27/08/14  Yorkshire Post
Wide coverage of the sports facilities, including the University of Leeds, which has been selected by Scotland at the Rugby World Cup 2015.

Improve the diversity of drugs
27/08/14  Yorkshire Evening Post
New scientific methods developed at the University of Leeds will improve the diversity of ‘biologically active molecules’, such as antibiotics and anti-cancer agents. The research is from Dr Stuart Warriner and Professor Adam Nelson (School of Chemistry and the Astbury Centre for Structural Molecular Biology), and PhD student, George Karageorgis.

Improve the diversity of drugs
26/08/14  Medical News Today
New scientific methods developed at the University of Leeds will improve the diversity of ‘biologically active molecules’, such as antibiotics and anti-cancer agents. The research is from Dr Stuart Warriner and Professor Adam Nelson (School of Chemistry and the Astbury Centre for Structural Molecular Biology), and PhD student, George Karageorgis.

One-off fashion showcase
26/08/14  Yorkshire Post
The M&S Archive is hosting a nostalgia trip in a one-off event; the Step Back in Time event is on this Saturday at the University of Leeds from 11am until 3pm.

Yorkshire Children of Courage Awards
22/08/14  Yorkshire Post
Article about Charlotte Newman, the face of Teenage Cancer Trust, who was studying for a law degree at the University when she was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma, a rare form of cancer that particularly targets young people. She will help honour the winners of this year’s Yorkshire Children of Courage Awards in October.

Art on show
22/08/14  Yorkshire Post
The Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery will host the University Graduate Art Prize, which celebrates students completing studies in Design and Fine Art. Judged on 22 September, the show is free to view until 25 October

Radio: Larry Budd preview of rugby legue
22/08/14  BBC Radio Leeds
As part of the station’s preview of the rugby league Challenge Cup final between Castleford Rhinos and Leeds Rhinos, Dr Christopher Hassall (Biology) talks hypothetically about how tigers fare against rhinos in the wild.

Global warming tempered
22/08/14  BBC World news TV
Professor Piers Forster (Earth & Environment) comments on findings published in Science that global warming has been tempered by water currents shifting heat from the Atlantic Ocean’s surface to its depths. (Footage unavailable)

Atlantic stories excess heat
21/08/14  Independent
The depths of the Atlantic and Southern oceans where excess heat is being stored could be behind the slowdown in global warming. Professor Piers Forster (School of Earth and Environment) is quoted about projections of long term climate change

Atlantic stories excess heat
21/08/14  The Telegraph
The depths of the Atlantic and Southern oceans where excess heat is being stored could be behind the slowdown in global warming. Professor Piers Forster (School of Earth and Environment) is quoted about projections of long term climate change

Atlantic stories excess heat
21/08/14  The Guardian
The depths of the Atlantic and Southern oceans where excess heat is being stored could be behind the slowdown in global warming. Professor Piers Forster (School of Earth and Environment) is quoted about projections of long term climate change

“Tickling” your ear could be good for your heart
21/08/14  BBC Radio Scotland
Professor Jim Deuchars and Dr Jenny Clancy’s research on how electrical stimulation of the tragus has positive effects on the heart.

“Tickling” your ear could be good for your heart
21/08/14  BBC Radio Lancashire
Professor Jim Deuchars and Dr Jenny Clancy’s research on how electrical stimulation of the tragus has positive effects on the heart.

“Tickling” your ear could be good for your heart
21/08/14  BBC World Service
Professor Jim Deuchars and Dr Jenny Clancy’s research on how electrical stimulation of the tragus has positive effects on the heart.

US crowd-control policing stuck in riot mode
20/08/14  New Scientist
Dr Clifford Stott (Law) is mentioned in this piece on the riots in Ferguson, Missouri.

“Tickling” your ear could be good for your heart
20/08/14  Daily Mail
Professor Jim Deuchars and Dr Jenny Clancy’s research on how electrical stimulation of the tragus has positive effects on the heart.

Spacecraft observations reveal loss of Greenland ice
20/08/14  BBC news
A new study has found Greenland to be losing about 375 cubic km of ice each year. Professor Andy Shepherd (Earth & Environment), who led another team that reported similar findings on Greenland ice loss in May, expresses his concerns about continued dramatic changes to the polar ice sheets and the impact on global sea-level rise.

Afghan Sikhs
20/08/14  The Conversation
Dr Jasjit Singh (School of PRHS) discusses the Afghan Sikh community and their history in this feature.

Radio: Six O’Clock News
20/08/14  BBC Radio 4
Professor Mark Bellamy (School of Medicine), and President of the Intensive Care Society, talks about the threat of sepsis, as the effectiveness of antibiotics lessens.

“Tickling” your ear could be good for your heart
20/08/14  Huffington Post
Professor Jim Deuchars and Dr Jenny Clancy’s research on how electrical stimulation of the tragus has positive effects on the heart continues to attract coverage.

“Tickling” your ear could be good for your heart
20/08/14  Financial Express
Professor Jim Deuchars and Dr Jenny Clancy’s research on how electrical stimulation of the tragus has positive effects on the heart continues to attract coverage.

Weather Eye
20/08/14  The Times
Professor Andy Hooper (School of Earth and Environment) warns we are entering a phase of increased Icelandic volcanic eruptions.

Radio: Liz Green
20/08/14  BBC Radio Leeds
Dr Jenny Clancy is interviewed about research from the University which found that tickling your ear could be good for your heart.

Tickling your ear could be good for your heart
20/08/14  Irish Independent
Research by Dr Jenny Clancy and Professor Jim Deuchars (Faculty of Biological Sciences) shows that stimulating the ear with a TENS machine is good for the heart.

Tickling your ear could be good for your heart
20/08/14  Times of India
Research by Dr Jenny Clancy and Professor Jim Deuchars (Faculty of Biological Sciences) shows that stimulating the ear with a TENS machine is good for the heart.

Tickling your ear could be good for your heart
20/08/14  Daily Mirror
Research by Dr Jenny Clancy and Professor Jim Deuchars (Faculty of Biological Sciences) shows that stimulating the ear with a TENS machine is good for the heart.

Tickling your ear could be good for your heart
20/08/14  Daily Telegraph
Research by Dr Jenny Clancy and Professor Jim Deuchars (Faculty of Biological Sciences) shows that stimulating the ear with a TENS machine is good for the heart.

Tickling your ear could be good for your heart
20/08/14  Nature World News
Research by Dr Jenny Clancy and Professor Jim Deuchars (Faculty of Biological Sciences) shows that stimulating the ear with a TENS machine is good for the heart.

Translation services are still needed to complement English language teaching for migrants
19/08/14  The Conversation
Professor Michael Baynham (School of Education) says translation services are an essential tool for migrants and that they shouldn’t be cut back.

New letters studied to give insight into Crimean War
19/08/14  Yorkshire Post
Anthony Dawson, a former Leeds student, has studied letters and newspaper cuttings from the time of the Crimean War which he has used to form the basis of his new book Letters from the Light Brigade: The British Cavalry in the Crimean War.

Getech ends financial year on a high
19/08/14  Yorkshire Post
University spin-out Getech has finished the financial year strongly with securing new contracts of more than £3m.

New camouflage material which has been inspired by the octopus
18/08/14  BBC news online
Researchers at the University of Illinois have created a new material, based on the camouflage techniques used by cuttlefish and octopuses, which changes colour to match its surroundings. Professor Anne Neville (School of Mechanical Engineering) comments on the new research.

Portable hostel is a hit at Edinburgh Fringe Festival
18/08/14  Times
University of Leeds alumnus Bryn Powell and business partner Nick Cakebread have set up a business that sees shipping containers being made rooms into a hostel.