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Research shows that an anti-viral treatment can inactivate coronavirus on leather
Researchers at De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) working with the British Footwear Association (BFA) have discovered that while coronavirus can remain on shoe leather for up to two days that there is also an anti-viral treatment that can inactivate coronavirus after two hours. The independent research was commissioned to help the shoe...
De Montfort progresses with 42 million pound redevelopment
Leicester’s De Montfort University is progressing with its 42 million pound Fletcher redevelopment, which will create a new cutting-edge home for the universities internationally-renowned schools of Art, Architecture and Design, which houses fashion and textiles. The project, which started four months ago, has already stripped down the...