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Environment - Dec 5
Environment
Tropical species are six times more sensitive to forests being broken up for logging or farming than temperate species, says new research. A team led by Oregon State University and including Imperial College London scientists found that sensitivity to forest fragmentation - the breakup of forests by human activities like logging or farming - increased six-fold at low versus high latitudes, putting tropical species at greater risk of extinction.
Environment - Dec 5
Environment

Greenhouse gas emissions released directly from the movement of volcanic rocks are capable of creating massive global warming effects - a discovery which could transform the way scientists predict climate change, a new study reveals.

Life Sciences - Dec 5

Research from Oxford University calls us to reconsider how behaviours may spread through societies of wild animals, and how this might provide new insights into human social networks. Our social connections to one another, whether it be online or in real life, give rise to our 'social networks'.

Pharmacology - Dec 5

The introduction of a performance-related financial incentive scheme for GPs led to a dramatic almost five-fold rise in the number of patients whose heart rhythm condition was said to have been ‘cured', say University of Birmingham researchers.

Pedagogy - Dec 5

GambleAware is today [5 December] holding its annual conference , with the theme of 'Keeping children and young people safe from gambling harms'. The event, which will be attended by gambling industry experts, policymakers and treatment providers will also be a forum of discussion for the gambling specific findings of the Children of the 90s study.


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Environment - 13:05
Opinion: Time to ditch the harmful myth of the ’noble’ hunter-gatherer
Instead of fetishising them, we should be listening to how environmental destruction is acutely damaging the lives of hunter-gatherer communities, writes Dr Alice Rudge (UCL Institute for Advanced Studies). A boatload of tourists arrives at the homes of Batek hunter-gatherers in Malaysia. At the request of the non-Batek tour guides, Batek people hurriedly hide their televisions, radios and mobile phones.

Business / Economics - 10:36

Business / Economics - 10:36

Linguistics / Literature - Environment - 10:36

Environment - Chemistry - 08:05
Women in STEM: Dr Jenny Zhang
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Health - Life Sciences - 04.12.2019
Vice Provost’s View: Improving health and wellbeing 2019
Through our research we work together to improve lives and communities and create real world impact, addressing some of the world's toughest challenges, writes David Lomas, Vice Provost (Health).

Mechanical Engineering - Innovation - 04.12.2019
Green-sky thinking for propulsion and power
Green-sky thinking for propulsion and power
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Administration - 02.12.2019
Vote on Johnson’s Brexit deal may be quickest and most legitimate referendum option
With another referendum potentially on the cards following the election, a public vote on Johnson's deal may be the quickest and most legitimate option, according to a new UCL report in collaboration with The UK in a Changing Europe.

Environment - 29.11.2019

Health - Chemistry - 29.11.2019
How safe are e-cigarettes?
Earlier this year vaping hit the headlines with reports of deaths in the United States linked to the use of e-cigarettes.

Health - Pharmacology - 29.11.2019
In Birmingham could improve outcomes for people at risk of dangerous blood clots
New University of Birmingham research funded by the British Heart Foundation could improve treatments for a potentially deadly condition that affects tens of thousands of people in the UK each year.

History / Archeology - 29.11.2019

Linguistics / Literature - 28.11.2019

Earth Sciences - Environment - 28.11.2019
Women in STEM: Fiona Llewellyn Beard
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Art and Design - 27.11.2019

Health - Pharmacology - 27.11.2019
Podcast: Vaping concerns, medical detection dogs, and a visit to CERN
In this edition: We explore the possible harms of vaping, meet dogs trained to detect disease, and travel through the physics of CERN.

Business / Economics - Innovation - 27.11.2019

Administration - 26.11.2019
Online hate speech report launched
A new report addressing the nature, scale and impact of online abuse has been launched by Cardiff University in collaboration with leading law firm Mishcon de Reya.

Religions - Social Sciences - 22.11.2019
UCL announces action against racism, antisemitism and Islamophobia
As part of its commitment to drive race equality and tackle discrimination, UCL has agreed three key actions that will support its work to raise awareness and understanding of different forms of racism.

Social Sciences - 22.11.2019

Computer Science / Telecom - 22.11.2019

Health - Life Sciences - 21.11.2019
Early removal of slow-growing brain tumours dramatically improves survival
A shift in surgical practice over the last decade towards the earlier removal of a type of slow-growing but ultimately fatal brain tumour has led to dramatic improvements in survival and seizure control for patients, a study at UCLH and UCL has found.

Astronomy / Space Science - Physics - 21.11.2019
UK researchers awarded 30m investment in global neutrino physics project
The UK has made a new, multi-million pound investment in the DUNE global science project, bringing together the scientific communities of the UK and 31 countries from Asia, Europe and the Americas to build the world's most advanced neutrino observatory.

Astronomy / Space Science - Physics - 21.11.2019
Million-pound grant for Bristol physicists to investigate matter and anti-matter
Million-pound grant for Bristol physicists to investigate matter and anti-matter
The funding is part of the latest UK multi-million pound investment in the DUNE global science project that brings together the scientific communities of the UK and 31 countries from Asia, Europe and the Americas to build the world's most advanced neutrino observatory.

Astronomy / Space Science - 21.11.2019

Health - Life Sciences - 21.11.2019
World's largest study on babies with brain injuries starts in India
World’s largest study on babies with brain injuries starts in India
The world's largest study on babies with brain injuries will start in India this week to help prevent epilepsy. Brain injury during labour or childbirth is one of the leading causes of epilepsy in babies in some areas of the world. A common cause is perinatal asphyxia - where oxygen is cut off to the foetal brain, damaging it.

Health - Administration - 20.11.2019
New survey reveals 20.3 million people in the UK have a scar
The Scar Free Foundation is the only medical research charity which focuses solely on scarring, and today [20 November] announced plans to establish the world's largest cohort of children with burns, in partnership with University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust (UH Bristol).
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