Academics’ novel nutritional supplements can help older women meet their dietary needs, study shows
Supplements containing specialised amino acids, derived from dietary proteins and commonly used by body builders, may help older women maintain their muscle mass, and address protein and energy deficiencies, new research from Leeds Beckett University shows.
Preview event to showcase new Wakefield Business Centre
Entrepreneurs are invited to attend a free event to find out how a new initiative from Leeds Beckett University, Wakefield Council and Wakefield College can boost their early-stage and growing businesses.
Black Friday - many in, some out
In this blog post, Dr Dong Hoang, Research Fellow at the Leeds Beckett Business School, reflects on Black Friday and why some retailers decide to opt out.
LBS Guest Speaker - Will Holman: Economic Prospects
Will’s session will look at the current global economic development and uncertainty and how this is likely to affect the UK and regional economy.
Ann Wagner: The Patient Will See You Now Dr ….The Changing Face of Healthcare Communications
With an Executive career that has included regional and national roles in the NHS, Ann Wagner shares her reflections and experiences when she returns to Leeds Business School some 30 years after graduating.
Fraud and Corruption in Business
Chris will talk about fraud within business and how, as a forensic accountant, his work sees him involved across a range of commercial activities. His presentation will draw on actual cases, what was involved and steps taken to flush out and resolve such occurrences.
A World View on Yorkshire – What Could The Chinese Ever Do For Us Tykes?
Learn how to manage the complexity of managing across-borders and cultures with insights and advice from Jon Geldart who has worked internationally for more than 20 years in areas such as Latin America, Africa, India, Eastern Europe and, most recently, China.
They Would Have Been Hung
Join Professor Nick Hardwick as he explores the legal and moral issues surrounding the treatment of those who have committed the most heinous offences – offences for which in the past they might have been hung.