Tag: University of Leeds

Be Curious with free family-friendly online events from the University of Leeds

Be Curious, the University of Leeds’ annual family friendly research open event, moves online for 2020 with a jam-packed programme, which aims to showcase world-leading research to the wider public. Launching on Saturday 10 October 2020 with a full day of live events, the fifth annual instalment of the hugely

Leeds project helps re-think parks

A research project to explore the idea of charitable giving to public parks was launched this week (29 October 2018) in Leeds. The project considers the role local people and businesses can play in improving and sustaining public parks for future generations. The University of Leeds and partners from local

Food for thought: Nutrition, ageing and cognitive health

Life expectancy has increased. More of us are living for longer than ever before. However, with this, there is a greater extent of disease and mental and/or physical disability that interferes with daily activities. Cognitive function includes capacities such as learning and remembering. With age, cognitive function declines, and this

Plot your next course at the Learning Market

Leeds City Council’s Jobs and Skills team have organised an Adult Learning Market, which takes place at St George’s One Stop Centre in Middleton on Thursday afternoon (22 September 2016). If you are looking for a new challenge or to gain new skills, but are not sure what to do