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University's breadth and capability secures significant funding

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Unlocking the secrets of consumer behaviour

Working with Business, Technology
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Art partnership sealed between gallery and university

Arts & Culture, University
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If you’re sitting down, don’t sit still, new research suggests

Health
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Icelandic volcano’s toxic gas is treble that of Europe’s industry

Environment, Science
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Ocean life triggers ice formation in clouds

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Offshore wind farms could be more risky for gannets than previously thought

Environment
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Spotlight

The South Bank Show archive finds a new home

Unseen footage of major cultural figures of the last 50 years is moving to Leeds. The thousands of video tapes from the 32 year run of The South Bank have been acquired from ITV by the University and feature figures from Harold Pinter to Dolly Parton. The cultural coup has been driven by the University's Chancellor Melvyn Bragg, who conceived, edited and presented the flagship arts show throughout its run. The South Bank Show was a mainstay of British living rooms on Sunday nights from 1978 until 2010 and is widely celebrated for the way it combined high art and popular culture for a mass audience. Read More

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