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Innovation - 01.03.2024
Dr Hayaatun Sillem CBE discusses opportunities for engineering in policymaking

Computer Science - Health - 01.03.2024
Deputy Prime Minister sets out government plans for AI at Imperial
Deputy Prime Minister sets out government plans for AI at Imperial

Psychology - Health - 01.03.2024
Being excluded or truant from school leads to mental health problems - and vice versa
Being excluded or truant from school leads to mental health problems - and vice versa
New research from UCL suggests that exclusion and truancy are intrinsically linked to children's poor mental health. Dr Aase Villadsen (Ioe, Faculty of Education) explores how programmes to develop student commitment to learning can tackle both problems in The Conversation. In the aftermath of the pandemic there has been a  substantial increase  in the number of students who are absent from school in the UK, and children are reporting  higher levels  of mental ill health than ever before.

Innovation - Campus - 01.03.2024
UCL strengthens collaborations with France on doctoral research and AI

Economics - Music - 01.03.2024
Seven Questions with... Barbara Kononova
Seven Questions with... Barbara Kononova

Mathematics - 01.03.2024
New publication!

Health - 01.03.2024
New funding for Imperial project to make custom-made 3D printed breathing masks
A new Imperial College London project will help develop custom-made 3D printed breathing masks for children using ventilators at home.

Computer Science - Career - 01.03.2024
Turing Fellowships for three University of Glasgow researchers

Environment - 01.03.2024
UCL to play leading role in world's first UN backed centre for circular economy research
UCL to play leading role in world’s first UN backed centre for circular economy research

Health - Innovation - 29.02.2024
Ukraine’s First Lady and Akshata Murty visit Paediatric Blast Injury Centre
The First Lady of Ukraine and the UK Prime Minister's wife visited Imperial College London's Centre for Paediatric Blast Injury Studies at White City. First Lady of Ukraine Olena Zelenska and the Prime Minister's wife Akshata Murty toured the Centre , which is the world's first research hub dedicated to studying and providing lifesaving innovations to children injured by explosive weapons.

Health - Chemistry - 29.02.2024
Vibrant images showcase key moments of discovery in UCL research
Vibrant images showcase key moments of discovery in UCL research
Eye-catching images by researchers at UCL and Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) that highlight "A Moment of Discovery" have been showcased as part of an annual competition. The winning image was submitted by PhD candidate, Giada Benedetti (UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health), and shows "The explosive potential of gastrointestinal organoids".

Event - 29.02.2024
A glorious celebration of Sudan: See Mohand & Peter live at the Martin Harris Centre

Innovation - Career - 29.02.2024
Spotlight On... Yvonne Rogers
Spotlight On... Yvonne Rogers

Campus - Economics - 29.02.2024
New scholarship will empower students to tackle the biggest challenges of our time

Social Sciences - Politics - 29.02.2024
Opinion: Palestinian prisoners will be a key condition of any ceasefire deal - here’s why

Criminology / Forensics - 29.02.2024
Majority of women experience abuse while running
A project to learn about women's experiences of abuse whilst out running has found that more than two-thirds of them have been abused in some way. The study, by Dr Caroline Miles and Professor Rose Broad from The University of Manchester, found women surveyed in Greater Manchester and Merseyside suffered from threats, verbal abuse, being flashed at, physical and sexual assaults, and having objects thrown at them while out running.

Innovation - 29.02.2024
Imperial experts discuss the future of battery technologies in Parliament

Event - Health - 29.02.2024
Researchers named as finalists for MRC’s Early Career Impact Prize

Career - 29.02.2024
Being an 'authentic' leader has psychological benefits for LGBTQ+ managers
Being an ’authentic’ leader has psychological benefits for LGBTQ+ managers
Leading in a style that reflects personal values promotes career satisfaction Published on Thursday 29 February 2024 Last updated on Thursday 29 February 2024 LGBTQ+ people in management roles who fo

Politics - 29.02.2024
Kezia Dugdale joins leadership of new Centre for Public Policy

Health - 28.02.2024
The UCL Knowledge: Voluntary Healthcare Schemes
The UCL Knowledge: Voluntary Healthcare Schemes

Social Sciences - 28.02.2024
Celebrating Ramadan in the UCL community in 2024
Celebrating Ramadan in the UCL community in 2024

Architecture - 28.02.2024
Vaidehi Tandel, Lecturer at the University of Manchester, was interviewed for a new documentary on the water mafia in Indian cities

Health - Campus - 28.02.2024
Women's History Month and International Women's Day 2024 at UCL
Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day 2024 at UCL

Innovation - Economics - 28.02.2024
Impact of universities’ research and innovation activity set out in Russell Group report
New report shows the research and commercialisation activities of the Russell Group institutions equated to £37.6 billion in 2021/2022 The UK's leading universities are major forces for economic growth and their reach is both national and global, according to Professor Sir Anton Muscatelli.

Environment - Economics - 28.02.2024
UCL joins coalition of universities pushing for more sustainable investment options
UCL joins coalition of universities pushing for more sustainable investment options
A broad coalition of leading universities, which includes UCL, is calling on financial institutions to offer cash investing options that don't contribute to financing the expansion of greenhouse gas-emitting fossil fuels.

Linguistics / Literature - 28.02.2024
British Library service disruptions
British Library service disruptions

History / Archeology - Music - 28.02.2024
Glasgow band to have debut track housed at German concentration camp archive

Health - 28.02.2024
Pregnancy study hopes to recruit volunteers in Glasgow
A new study aimed at women planning their first pregnancy has begun recruitment in Glasgow A new study aimed at women planning their first pregnancy has begun recruitment in Glasgow.

Campus - 28.02.2024
Welsh language hub opens its doors
Welsh language hub opens its doors

Health - 28.02.2024
Most smokers wrongly believe vaping is at least as harmful as smoking
Most smokers wrongly believe vaping is at least as harmful as smoking
More than half of smokers in England wrongly believe that vaping is more harmful or as harmful as smoking, according to a new study led by UCL researchers. The study, published in the journal JAMA Network Open and funded by Cancer Research UK, looked at survey responses from 28,393 smokers in England between 2014 and 2023.

Law - Career - 27.02.2024
Solicitor General opens free legal aid clinic in Southampton
Solicitor General opens free legal aid clinic in Southampton

Physics - 27.02.2024
University of Glasgow partners with South Korea on quantum tech

Environment - 27.02.2024
IPCC Chair Jim Skea on the need for science on a carbon-constrained world
IPCC Chair Jim Skea on the need for science on a carbon-constrained world

Art and Design - 27.02.2024
Art without Borders: Warwick Arts Centre Welcomes Nicole Bachmann and Francis Offman for Summer 2024 Exhibition

Health - 27.02.2024
New analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on Scotland’s care-homes
New research describes the patterns of COVID-19 outbreaks in Scotland's care homes, beyond the first wave of infections New research describes the patterns of COVID-19 outbreaks in Scotland's care homes, beyond the first wave of infections.

Health - Psychology - 27.02.2024
£4.3million for world-leading research into severe mental illness

Health - Innovation - 27.02.2024
Northern Gritstone and Parkwalk Advisors make £3.5 million Seed Round investment in ground-breaking computational medicine company adsilico

Health - Psychology - 27.02.2024
Bath and GW4 researchers awarded £4.3million for world-leading research into severe mental illness

Health - Psychology - 26.02.2024
Winter blues: battling low morale
Winter blues: battling low morale

Event - 26.02.2024
Manchester resilience researchers awarded £4.2 million to help build a secure world

Health - 26.02.2024
NHS trial of sponge-on-a-string test replaces need for endoscopy for thousands of patients
NHS trial of sponge-on-a-string test replaces need for endoscopy for thousands of patients
A new test to help diagnose a condition that can lead to oesophageal cancer - developed by Cambridge researchers and trialled by the NHS - has reduced the need for invasive endoscopy in thousands of low-risk patients.

Event - Linguistics / Literature - 26.02.2024
She’s Behind You! Panto legend Johnny McKnight is dame for a laugh as he celebrates the magic of Scottish theatre

Event - 26.02.2024
Open Research Conference and Open Research Award 2024
Open Research Conference and Open Research Award 2024

Media - Career - 26.02.2024
Journalists pay tribute to lecturer who launched more than 1,000 careers
Journalists pay tribute to lecturer who launched more than 1,000 careers

Linguistics / Literature - 23.02.2024
CNW’s Tim Price unveils new play at National Theatre

Chemistry - Life Sciences - 23.02.2024
Migraine research and beating human hearts: News from Imperial
Migraine research and beating human hearts: News from Imperial
Here's a batch of fresh news and announcements from across Imperial. From research to explain what causes a migrane, to funding that will allow researchers to deliver unprecedented imaging of the beating human heart, here is some quick-read news from across Imperial.

Event - 23.02.2024
International Mother Language Day 2024: Museum trail, etymology workshop and comic arts conference

Health - Veterinary - 23.02.2024
Study from the RVC indicates that feeding commercial feedstuff aids healing and prevention of recurrence of equine squamous gastric disease
A new study by the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) has revealed early indications that feeding a particular commercial feedstuff to horses suffering from Equine Squamous Gastric Disease (ESGD) aids the prevention of disease recurrence.

Campus - 23.02.2024
Draw your PhD as a comic: Communicating scientific research through the universal language of art
Draw your PhD as a comic: Communicating scientific research through the universal language of art
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