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Open Days 2017

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Clearing 2017

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Gold for student education

The University of Leeds has achieved a Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), the highest award possible.

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Events

Discussion meeting on light scattering for soft matter – techniques and applications 
4-5 September

This discussion meeting will focus on the development and status of the field of dynamic and static light scattering applied to a variety of materials and questions within soft matter. A particular emphasis will be placed on light scattering techniques developed for the investigation of turbid systems where multiple scattering becomes significant. The use of light scattering to study materials based on polymers, colloids, and liquid crystals, and many other soft composite systems will be covered and applications important to industry e.g. within the food, energy, agriculture and household care area will be discussed. The meeting aims at a broad audience from both academia and industry and is organised to facilitate discussions and sharing of knowledge and ideas.  

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Latest news

£96m investment approved 
The University has approved plans to create an international Centre for Engineering and Physical Sciences on the north eastern part of campus.

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International Women's Day in Physics

International Women’s Day recently took place across the world; a day to...

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Stoner Colloquium

Dr Paul Collier, Head of Beams at CERN was the School of Physics and...

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Supercoiled DNA is far more dynamic than the “Watson-Crick” double helix

Researchers have imaged in unprecedented detail the three-dimensional structure...

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