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Innovation - Chemistry - 14:25
Cardiff spinout outgrows incubator
A company specialising in expanding organoids at scale is preparing to leave Cardiff Medicentre. Cellesce, a spin-out from Cardiff and Bath Universities, has been a tenant at the Medicentre since 2017.

Campus - 12:29
Enhancing UCL's security service and experience: End of consultation and next steps
Enhancing UCL’s security service and experience: End of consultation and next steps
An update from Ian Dancy, UCL's Executive Director of Operations, on the result of UCL's security consultation process and how we are beginning a phased roll out of the new operating model for our sec

Health - 12:28
Cost of living crisis set to cut lives short and widen wealth-health gap
The cost of living crisis is set to cut lives short and significantly widen the wealth and health gap between the richest and poorest sectors of society in Scotland and the UK, suggests a new modelling study, co-authored by the University of Glasgow's Professor Gerry McCartney.

Economics - 10:27
’Supernormal profits’ of Britain’s biggest housebuilders
The three largest housebuilders used their market power to deliver abnormally large profits and gain an advantage over competitors without dramatically increasing their levels of housing supply, a report shows.

Health - Environment - 25.09.2023
Experts warn that global health challenges will demand unprecedented leadership
Countries will need innovative, fair and inclusive leadership to navigate new and increasingly complex global health challenges.

Environment - Music - 25.09.2023
Flying the flag for sustainable development
Flying the flag for sustainable development
Today UCL is flying a flag to raise awareness of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the urgent need to achieve them.

Health - Life Sciences - 25.09.2023
Revolutionising osteoarthritis treatment through bioprinting
Revolutionising osteoarthritis treatment through bioprinting
At a glance Osteoarthritis (OA) is a debilitating disease affecting more than 528 million people worldwide.

Environment - Electroengineering - 25.09.2023
How solar-powered village in Kenya outback kept lights on during Africa’s biggest blackout
People across Kenya were mysteriously plunged into darkness last month as the country suffered its worst power outage in a generation - except for a tiny remote village.

Health - Materials Science - 25.09.2023
Manchester-Aveiro collaboration to explore next generation biomedical implants
A new collaboration between The University of Manchester and CICECO-Aveiro Institute of Materials will transform the field of biomedical implants.

Event - Innovation - 25.09.2023

Environment - Economics - 25.09.2023
Wind and solar power could significantly exceed Britain’s energy needs
Britain's energy needs could be met entirely by wind and solar, according to a policy brief  published today  by Oxford's Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment.

Astronomy / Space Science - Environment - 24.09.2023
The University of Manchester to receive and study sample of asteroid Bennu as part of NASA’s OSIRIS-REx mission
The University of Manchester is to receive a sample from asteroid Bennu, which will help unveil secrets of our Solar System.

Astronomy / Space Science - 22.09.2023

Social Sciences - 21.09.2023

Health - Pharmacology - 21.09.2023
How new model boosts supply and lowers prices for generic drugs
First empirical evidence for Civica Rx, a health care utility, finds increased supply security and reduced costs for health systems, says study in NEJM Catalyst authored by two Cambridge Judge Business School academics.

Life Sciences - Health - 21.09.2023
World Alzheimer’s Day: How UCL academics are spearheading the fight against Alzheimer’s disease
Ten months ago, UCL's Professor Sir John Hardy hailed the Lecanemab trial as the "beginning of the end" for Alzheimer's disease, but this was just the start of a series of exciting developments - with UCL experts at the forefront.

Health - Life Sciences - 21.09.2023
COVID-19 could hold key to spotting viruses with pandemic potential
COVID-19 could hold key to spotting viruses with pandemic potential
Certain SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern are evolving to do a better job of shutting down human innate immune responses, according to new research from UCL, UCSF QBI and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

Health - Life Sciences - 21.09.2023
Spotlight on... Professor Dennis Chan
Spotlight on... Professor Dennis Chan
This week, to mark World Alzheimer's Day, we meet Dennis Chan, Professor at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience.

Psychology - 21.09.2023

Psychology - Health - 20.09.2023
Suppressing negative thoughts may be good for mental health after all
The commonly-held belief that attempting to suppress negative thoughts is bad for our mental health could be wrong, a new study from scientists at the University of Cambridge suggests. What we found runs counter to the accepted narrative Michael Anderson Researchers at the Medical Research Council (MRC) Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit trained 120 volunteers worldwide to suppress thoughts about negative events that worried them, and found that not only did these become less vivid, but that the participants' mental health also improved.

Event - 20.09.2023
#BeeWell survey of young people’s wellbeing returns for third year
The #BeeWell survey - designed as a gold standard survey for the measurement of adolescent wellbeing across England - has returned to Greater Manchester for a third year, as well as launching in Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, Portsmouth, and Southampton for the first time.

Innovation - Environment - 20.09.2023
Imperial and Indian Institute of Science driving innovative, high-impact science
Imperial and Indian Institute of Science driving innovative, high-impact science
Imperial College London and Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore are collaborating on several highly innovative research projects.

Health - Innovation - 20.09.2023
Cancer Research UK makes £123m commitment to world-leading Scottish science
Cancer Research UK has announced its largest ever investment in Scotland of up to £123m, for the CRUK Scotland Institute (formerly known as the Cancer Research UK Beatson Institute) Cancer Research UK
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