PhD student Diego Quiñones Valles, School of Physics and Astronomy, received praise for his collaborative kinetic art installation, which was displayed at Light Night Leeds earlier this year.
A recent article from a team led by Dr Bao Nguyen (School of Chemistry) is highlighted as an important publication in the November 2017 issue of Organic Process Research and Development.
Research by Dr Hugo Christenson, School of Physics and Astronomy, gives in-depth insight into why crystals first form in topographical defects, like cracks and crevices.
A team of researchers led by Dr Lorna Dougan has analysed the structure of water in a magnesium perchlorate solution to better understand how the liquid could exist on the Martian surface.
The University is to name a key building in its £96m investment in engineering and physical sciences in honour of one Leeds’ most influential scientists.