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Leeds Beckett academic's drive to improve road safety

Leeds Beckett academic's drive to improve road safety

A Leeds Beckett academic has published an award-winning guide for road safety experts on ways they can intervene in bad driving habits and improve road safety.

Beckett business graduate scoops top boss award

Beckett business graduate scoops top boss award

A Leeds Beckett University Business Studies graduate has been crowned Recruitment Boss of the Year in the Marketing and Digital Recruitment Awards 2017.

Centre to challenge LGBTQ+ Inclusion in Education launched at Leeds Beckett

Centre to challenge LGBTQ+ Inclusion in Education launched at Leeds Beckett

A new research centre to challenge LGBTQ+ inclusion and prejudice in education has been launched by Leeds Beckett University.

Are E-cigarettes really a healthier alternative to traditional cigarettes?

Are E-cigarettes really a healthier alternative to traditional cigarettes?

A Leeds Beckett University researcher has called for more research into the long-term health effects of E-cigarettes.

December good news

December good news

The latest good news from the School of Art, Architecture & Design.

December good news

December good news

The latest good news from the School of Cultural Studies & Humanities.

New book goes behind charity shop doors to reveal why we love the vintage life

New book goes behind charity shop doors to reveal why we love the vintage life

What is behind the rising trend for vintage clothing and homewares? A new book unearths the ‘ghosts and glamour’ that inspire fans to live the vintage life.

University backs bid to relocate Channel 4 to Leeds

University backs bid to relocate Channel 4 to Leeds

With news that Channel 4 could relocate part of its operations to a city outside of London, Leeds Beckett University is joining the bid to bring the broadcaster to the city.

Academics’ novel nutritional supplements can help older women meet their dietary needs, study shows

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.

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