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"Team Faba Delight"- School of Food Science and Nutrition
School of Food Science and Nutrition undergraduate student project, - "Team Faba Delight"
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10/3/2018 2:44:17 PM
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"Team Fill-afel" - School of Food Science and Nutrition
Undergraduate 'Dragon's Den' student project for the School of Food Science and Nutrition. Design by students, 'Fill-afel' is a delightful, soft-baked falafel cooked with exotic spices. Filled with succulent pulled jackfruit and encased in a crunchy seed coating, this Middle Eastern delight comes with a complementary zesty lemon-yogurt dip.
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10/3/2018 2:57:10 PM
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Aerosols: How They Affect Our Planet
Maya Robinson
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4/23/2018 10:07:55 AM
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Aerosols: How They Affect Our Planet
Group 4 : Maya Robinson Bethan Wright Gabriella Solomon Afsana Rab
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4/23/2018 12:25:13 PM
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Anastasia Chomata
SPSC3318_201059269
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11/12/2018 4:14:30 PM
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Chem 1200 Killing Cancer with CRISPR
Ffion Hall, Amy Short, Will Shaw, Joe Smith, Xueqing Hu
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5/7/2019 7:54:45 PM
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CHEM 1200 video 2019 - Group 5
Group 5's video on killing cancer with CRISPR
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5/7/2019 4:24:04 PM
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CHEM 1200 video 2019: Killing cancer with CRISPR - Group 5
Amy Short, Joe Smith, Will Shaw, Xueqing Hu
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5/7/2019 7:25:31 PM
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CHEM 1200 video assessment
Video for the Extraordinary Chemistry of Everyday Life (1200) module. Topic, antibiotic resistance. Hannah Askey, Poppy Dalton, Joel Murphy, Lauren Walker.
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5/6/2017 12:23:17 PM
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CHEM1200 - Antibiotics
By Ellie Davies, Ben Harwood, Colin Dam & Ronnie Carr
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5/3/2018 10:26:59 PM
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CHEM1200 Antibiotic Resistance
Group presentation made by: Rhys Denner, Claire Dooley, Philip Cadman, Orla Buensoz, Lola Rae Sibley.
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5/8/2017 1:08:24 PM
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Chem1200 dementia video
A short video providing a brief insight into dementia and the current research that is taking place. by; Rachel Lade, sophie Lawton, Claire Angier, abi Larkin, Joanna miller
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5/4/2017 8:48:07 PM
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CHEM1200 Global Warming
A video explaining the chemistry of global warming, its effects on different climates and how its effects can be mitigated. By Sera Burney, Olivia Caun, Zhané Marsh-Henry and Alec Feldman.
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5/4/2018 10:11:16 AM
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CHEM1200 -Global Warming and Sea Acidity
By Riley Lett, Hameed Khan, Liuyi Ke, Olid Kaum, Jagmeet Shokar
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5/3/2018 10:44:21 AM
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CHEM1200 Global Warming Video LW, EF, CT, NC, RB
Video submission for CHEM1200 made by Laura Whitfield, Emily Fearnley, Carolina Trincao, Rachel Bexley and Natalie Cass.
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5/6/2017 3:00:31 PM
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CHEM1200 Group 2 Presentation on the Evolution of chemotherapy
Authors: Edward King, Callan Jennings, Matthew Butcher, Mark Gainford and Emily Davies
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5/7/2016 10:45:30 AM
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CHEM1200 Presentation
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5/8/2017 10:27:07 AM
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CHEM1200 Video
Holly Jackson, Rebekah Morris, Jake Fowler, Sarah Boyall
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5/4/2017 6:30:00 PM
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CHEM1200 Video 2019: Killing Cancer with CRISPR - Group 5
Amy Short, Ffion Hall, Joe Smith, Will Shaw, Xueqing Hu
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5/7/2019 8:28:25 PM
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CHEM1200: Treatments of Cancer
Final group video by Amit, Awien, Beth & Dan
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5/2/2018 4:12:30 PM
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Cisplatin Video CHEM1200
Cisplatin video by Heidi Mills, Megan St John Perry, Amy Pugh, Lauren Jones and Jade Littlewood.
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4/30/2018 6:36:02 PM
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Climate Change video Group 5
(Kathryn was not available during recording so Michael Berry filled in)
Joshua Rohla
5/13/2016 10:29:10 AM
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Climate Change video Group 5
(Kathryn was absent during recording)
Joshua Rohla
5/12/2016 4:48:43 PM
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Drug resistance
Presentation on the issue of drug resistance.
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5/7/2017 12:25:49 PM
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ERC=Science² Public Lecture 3 - Dr Lars Jeuken: Bioenergy
As part of the ERC=Science² project, a series of public lectures will showcase cutting edge research at the University of Leeds funded by the highly presitigous European Research Council. From atmospheric chemists to musical historians, ERC grant-holders have secured millions of euros of competitive EU funding to undertake frontier research and make groundbreaking discoveries here at the University of Leeds. Come and hear how this research is progressing and the impact it could have on you and the world around you. Lecture 3: Bioenergy: Do we have to exploit nature or can we learn from it? Biology is very good at facilitating chemical reactions that are useful in energy conversion, including those that create electricity from hydrogen, create (solar) fuels after harvesting light, or convert carbon dioxide. However, technological and economical challenges have so far prevented biotechnology from making a real impact in these areas. Dr Lars Jeuken from the University of Leeds will present current strategies where biological catalysts are used successfully in energy conversions. Through audience interaction, the benefits, drawbacks and limitations of biotechnology in the field of bioenergy will be discussed. Dr Jeuken will also present key results from a current project being undertaken at Leeds, funded by the European Research Council.
University of Leeds
4/26/2017 3:36:11 PM
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Evening News Climate Change
CHEM 1200 (Kathryn was Absent during the making of this video so Michael Berry filled in)
Michael Rose
5/9/2016 9:14:22 PM
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Extraordinary Chemistry Video Group 3 2017
The Atmospheres Of The Solar System
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5/8/2017 1:02:23 AM
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Faculty of Biological Sciences postgraduate opportunities
The Faculty of Biological Sciences is one of the leading life sciences faculties in the UK, attracting outstanding PhD and Masters students from around the world.
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1/16/2015 11:59:17 AM
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Food Science and Nutrition at the University of Leeds
The best. So we’re told. Here at Leeds, we believe there’s no better place to study food science and nutrition. But it’s not just us who believe that we’re great. We’re consistently ranked in the top three places in the UK to study food science and nutrition, in major rankings lists such as The Guardian University Guide, The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide, and the Complete University Guide. We’ve always been a leader in the teaching of food science and nutrition subjects, and have established a reputation as one of the world’s leading universities in the field. We welcome students from across the world, demonstrating our global reputation.
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4/3/2017 7:40:05 AM
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Fuels of the future Chem 1200
Presentation for extraordinary chemistry module
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12/10/2019 11:02:53 PM
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Market Research for Academics
Philippa Bevan from Accelerate Associates presents on Market Research for academic research and how it can be used to define your USP. More than a literature review!
University of Leeds
6/27/2017 10:15:37 AM
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MATH1050 lecture 17b (online special: integration using partial fractions)
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11/19/2017 11:44:37 PM
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Mathematics at the University of Leeds
Your course. Your choice. The great thing about studying mathematics at Leeds is the huge amount of choice that comes with many of our courses. As one of the UK’s biggest maths departments, our BSc and MMath Mathematics degrees are able to offer you a very large range of optional modules, spanning areas from transformation geometry and graph theory to cosmology and Bayesian statistics. You can even study topics from areas outside mathematics, through our discovery modules options. Whether following your interests or looking to develop your future career prospects, the choice of how to specialise is yours. We’ll also give you the chance to study abroad or do a work experience placement during your degree, helping you to gain unforgettable and valuable experiences.
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4/3/2017 7:34:31 AM
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Modelling the uptake of active travel: from infrastructure to behaviour change
Modelling the uptake of active travel: from infrastructure to behaviour change. Presentation by Dr Robin Lovelace & Dr Malcolm Morgan for the Institute for Transport Studies (ITS) Seminar Series www.its.leeds.ac.uk/about/events/seminar-series http://rpubs.com/RobinLovelace/335368 This talk provides an overview of the work that Robin Lovelace and Malcolm Morgan have been doing as part of their Department for Transport funded projects on the Propensity to Cycle Tool (PCT, which has become part of UK government policy in the Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Strategy) and follow-on work on the Cycling Infrastructure Prioritisation Toolkit (CyIPT). Although strong evidence shows that infrastructure usually precedes (and to some extent causes) behaviour change the starting point of the talk will be behaviour: how do people currently get around and how could it be different, based on the fundamentals of route distance and hilliness. Robin demonstrates the PCT in action, talks about the R package stplanr that he developed to develop it, and outline plans for a globally scalable transport planning toolkit that builds on the PCT work. Following this high-level overview, Malcolm zooms into the detail: How the CyIPT identifies the best places for infrastructure change and what that infrastructure should be. He also talks about the advanced programming techniques needed to process such complex geospatial network data at city to national levels. Further information: The PCT in action: http://www.pct.bike A prototype of the CyIPT: http://cyipt.bike A paper on the PCT (Lovelace et al 2017): www.jtlu.org/index.php/jtlu/article/view/862 An article explaining stplanr (for people interested in the tech): https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/stplanr/vignettes/introducing-stplanr.html www.its.leeds.ac.uk/research
Dr Robin Lovelace
11/29/2017 1:21:12 PM
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Ozone Depletion.
Linda Vu
5/7/2017 4:23:28 PM
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Physics and Astronomy at the University of Leeds
Don't just learn physics, do physics. Here at Leeds, we believe in giving you the opportunity to become involved in interesting, inspiring and inspirational physics. So, we offer you a number of ways during your degree to get involved in real physics and solve real problems. All Leeds physics students do a project in their final year, working with one of our research groups. Many of our students have their project work published. Our group industrial project optional module gives you the chance to investigate an application of physics in response to a real-life scientific problem set in an industrial, commercial or research context, making a real contribution to an industrial client. Through our summer research placements, you could join one of our research groups. You’d work alongside physics academics for a period of eight weeks, be paid a salary, and contribute to real research projects. At Leeds, our students don’t just learn physics. They do physics.
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4/3/2017 7:42:42 AM
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Podcast - GM crops
Angus Mason, Adam Marsh, Isaac Armstrong, Robbie Mcilwaine, Ben Weaver. GM crop debate for Global Challenges topic.
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5/8/2019 11:48:21 AM
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Research in the Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences
University of Leeds academics outline how they are pushing the boundaries of scientific research, and opening up new possibilities.
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6/9/2015 10:14:17 AM
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Research in the School of Physics and Astronomy
Cutting-edge University of Leeds research is helping to develop radical new cancer drug treatments, and explore space.
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6/9/2015 10:21:24 AM
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Science Technology Engineering Mathematics: Cure Cancer
Find out how you could help to discover a cure for cancer with STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) at the University.
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1/16/2015 11:59:17 AM
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Science Technology Engineering Mathematics: The next Google
Find out how you could create the next Google with STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) at the University.
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1/16/2015 11:59:17 AM
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SPSC1223 - 201216332, 201134070, 201290623
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3/26/2019 2:50:45 PM
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SPSC1223_201129372
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4/24/2019 11:11:35 AM
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SPSC1223_201129372
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4/16/2019 8:21:16 AM
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SPSC1223_201155681
Agility and speed video
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3/29/2019 1:57:57 PM
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SPSC1223_201155681
speed and agility instructional video
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3/29/2019 3:00:19 PM
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SPSC3318 (201009912)
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11/25/2018 4:04:48 PM
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SPSC3318_200909916
Qualitative Case Study
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11/13/2018 12:40:55 PM
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Thinning of Greenland polar ice
Computer animation showing thinning of polar ice over time. Read about the research at http://www.leeds.ac.uk/news/article/3336/ Shown courtesy of the European Space Agency (ESA) - http://www.esa.int/esaCP/
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1/16/2015 11:59:17 AM
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Translating Research - a starter for 10
Dr Chris Herbert gives a general overview on what you should consider when translating your research
University of Leeds
6/16/2017 8:54:20 AM
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