Environment - Sep 20
Professor Mark Maslin (UCL Geography) writes about common climate change myths and explains how each can be disproven. The science of climate change is more than 150 years old and it is probably the most tested area of modern science. However the energy industry, political lobbyists and others have spent the last 30 years sowing doubt about the science where none really exists.
Health - Sep 20

Here's a batch of fresh news and announcements from across Imperial. From new models of Brazilian investment without ecological destruction, to fresh insights into photosynthesis, here is some quick-read news from across the College.

Pharmacology - Sep 20

A technique that will enable cancer patients to hold their breath during prolonged bouts of radiotherapy treatment has been developed by researchers at the University of Birmingham.

Pharmacology - Sep 20

One of the most common antidepressants, sertraline, leads to an early reduction in anxiety symptoms, commonly found in depression, several weeks before any improvement in depressive symptoms, a UCL-led clinical trial has found.

Environment - Sep 19

A report investigating travel habits in seven European cities reveals environmental and social drivers that make people choose to walk. The new research reveals these include social factors such as how safe people feel and how concerned they are about air pollution, and urban design, such as how connected streets are and how close people are to public transport links.


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Event - Health - 20.09.2019
Veterinary surgeons awarded ‘impact award' for changing antimicrobial use in veterinary practice
Veterinary surgeons awarded ‘impact award’ for changing antimicrobial use in veterinary practice
Veterinary researchers from the universities of Bristol and Surrey have been awarded a prestigious award by the Veterinary Record, the official journal of the British Veterinary Association (BVA), for their contribution to changing antimicrobial use in veterinary practice.

Innovation / Technology - Business / Economics - 20.09.2019

Environment - 20.09.2019
Call for greater action towards tackling UN Sustainable Development Goals at SSRP symposium
Call for greater action towards tackling UN Sustainable Development Goals at SSRP symposium
The second annual symposium for the Sussex Sustainability Research Programme (SSRP) featured a passionate call to action by former Scottish First Minister, the Rt Hon Lord McConnell of Glenscorrodale.

Health - Life Sciences - 20.09.2019

Business / Economics - 20.09.2019

Innovation / Technology - Business / Economics - 20.09.2019

Innovation / Technology - Career - 20.09.2019
New 1.25million study will explore how to deliver a fair and just Net Zero transition
A new three-year research project led by the University of Sussex will explore ways to ensure that the UK's shift to a low-carbon society does not leave anyone behind.

Environment - Innovation / Technology - 20.09.2019
Urban water resilience to be the subject of major research project
The global challenge of how cities cope with water crisis will be investigated by a Cardiff University academic.

Life Sciences - Health - 20.09.2019
New world-leading facility for UCL Neuroscience gains planning approval
UCL is delighted to announce that conditional planning permission* has been granted for a new 281.6m state-of-the-art facility, which will be home to UCL Neuroscience.

History / Archeology - 20.09.2019
Citizen scientists get the call to transcribe first history of Spain
University of Birmingham researchers are calling for members of the public to help them transcribe one of the most important manuscripts of the Estoria de Espanna , a key medieval Spanish history. The rarely seen document - an original fourteenth-century manuscript copy of a text written by Alfonso X el Sabio, King of León and Castile in the 1270s - is part of the first major vernacular history of Spain written in Spanish.

Astronomy / Space Science - 20.09.2019

Environment - 19.09.2019

Environment - 19.09.2019
Greenland is melting but it’s the tip of the iceberg
Rapid melting of glaciers in Greenland is causing major concern but we know from many years of research that the problem is much more widespread. On the opposite side of the world, Antarctica stores enough frozen water to raise global sea levels by 58 metres. Our researchers have been working with an international team of scientists to build up the most complete picture to date of ice melting.

Computer Science / Telecom - 19.09.2019

Social Sciences - 18.09.2019
The small bag making a big difference to children's lives
The small bag making a big difference to children’s lives
More than 50 social workers at seven local authorities across the country are trialing the use of a specially-created bag of resources to help professionals to communicate and engage with children.

History / Archeology - Business / Economics - 18.09.2019
Feeling the strain? New book looks at the cultural history of stress in Britain
Are we more stressed now than our ancestors were? A new book by a Sussex historian could hold the answer.

Environment - 18.09.2019
Working together to combat climate change
Climate change has been described as the most serious challenge facing the world today. As a world-leading research University and a major contributor to the local and national economy, we're working together across our whole community to tackle it.

Administration - 18.09.2019
Quarter of teachers in England report 60-hour working week
One in four teachers work more than 60 hours a week and many work in the evenings, despite successive government promises to reduce their hours, according to a new UCL-led study.

Environment - 18.09.2019
Two-thirds of people support limiting air travel to tackle climate change
Addressing climate change requires a ‘high' or ‘extremely high' level of urgency, say more than three in five people.

Microtechnics - Computer Science / Telecom - 18.09.2019

Computer Science / Telecom - Life Sciences - 17.09.2019

Linguistics / Literature - 17.09.2019
Shakespeare's mystery annotator identified as John Milton
Shakespeare’s mystery annotator identified as John Milton
"It shows you the first-hand encounter between two great writers, which you don't often get to see" Jason Scott-Warren Sign up to receive our weekly research email Our selection of the week's biggest Cambridge research news and features direct to your inbox from the University.

Business / Economics - Career - 17.09.2019

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 16.09.2019
Despite the uncertainty of Brexit EU families feel more welcome and safer in Scotland than south of the border
These conclusions are based on the findings of two reports being launched on Tuesday 17th September at the Cornerstone Centre St John's, Edinburgh by the University of Birmingham. The first report, co-authored by Professor Nando Sigona and Dr Marie Godin , draws on interviews with EU families currently (N=132) and formerly (N=40) residing in the UK.

Computer Science / Telecom - Health - 16.09.2019
AI to enhance manufacturing, energy, and healthcare thanks to 6.5m EPSRC grant
The grant will help scientists, engineers, and clinicians train algorithms to solve energy, manufacturing, and healthcare problems.

Environment - Health - 16.09.2019
UCL launches new campaign to celebrate its disruptive discoveries
UCL is today launching the public phase of its major new campaign #MadeAtUCL to celebrate over 100 disruptive discoveries pioneered by some of the university's leading researchers.

Music - 13.09.2019

Agronomy / Food Science - Health - 13.09.2019
Experts warn UK food safety at risk with public softened up for lower standards
There are signs that the government is trying to soften up the public for lower food standards post-Brexit, including imported chlorinated chicken and hormone-treated beef, a new briefing from the Food Research Collaboration has highlighted.

Health - Pharmacology - 12.09.2019
Pioneering data research centres to enable cutting-edge research and innovation to benefit UK patients
The University of Birmingham will play a key role in new data hubs that will enable cutting-edge research for health discoveries and aim to give patients across the UK faster access to pioneering new treatments. Led by Health Data Research UK , the hubs aim to improve the lives of people with debilitating conditions, and will link up different types of health data and make it more easily accessible and user-friendly for research, while maintaining strict controls around data privacy and consent.

Academic Rankings - 12.09.2019
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