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Physics - Astronomy / Space Science - 08.07.2021
Spotlight on... Professor Ruben Saakyan
This week we meet Professor Ruben Saakyan, experimental particle physicist at the Department of Physics and Astronomy.

Economics / Business - Health - 07.07.2021
Additive manufacturing supply chains to be protected from cyber-attacks in light of COVID-19
· Additive manufacturing was upped during the COVID-19 pandemic to make ventilators, however when production was up so were the number of cyber-attacks · In order to continue production without disru

Health - Life Sciences - 07.07.2021
IReadMore app provides limitless speech therapy for stroke, brain injury and Covid patients
A UCL-developed smart app, which improves the reading ability of people who have suffered a stroke, has been a 'godsend' for patients asked to rehabilitate at home during the pandemic.

Pharmacology - Health - 07.07.2021
Brain cancer trial recruits largest ever number of patients
A UCL-led clinical trial for patients with brain cancer has recruited more UK participants than ever before for a study of its kind.

Economics / Business - Campus - 07.07.2021

Health - 06.07.2021
Only 1 in 4 people believe UK will ’build back better’
Only a quarter of the UK public are confident that 'build back better' can be delivered after the pandemic, according to new findings published today by UCL researchers. The insights come from analysis of the results of a UCL-commissioned YouGov survey to test responses to the 'build back better' concept, favoured by politicians on both sides of the Atlantic to talk about addressing inequalities exposed and exacerbated by Covid-19.

Media - 06.07.2021
Call for greater focus on media diversity
Call for greater focus on media diversity
Leading figures from British film, television, and the media including Sir Lenny Henry, Amma Asante, Adrian Lester, Afua Hirsch and Gary Younge are among contributors to the latest edition of a journal dedicated to championing media diversity.

Health - Life Sciences - 05.07.2021
Being clean and hygienic need not impair childhood immunity
Being clean and hygienic need not impair childhood immunity
The theory that modern society is too clean, leading to defective immune systems in children, should be swept under the carpet, according to a new study by researchers at UCL and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.

Pedagogy - 02.07.2021
Opinion: Young children should not learn about the Shoah
There has been a four-fold increase in the Holocaust being taught in history at the lower end of Key Stage Three, but we must ensure students are old enough to fully understand it, says Professor Stuart Foster and Professor Ruth-Anne Lenga (both UCL Institute of Education).

Health - Pharmacology - 02.07.2021
UofG researchers to play a key role in major EU arthritis research project
Researchers at the University of Glasgow will play a key role in the major new EU research project, HIPPOCRATES, which will promote the early identification of and improve outcomes for patients with psoriatic arthritis.

Economics / Business - 02.07.2021

Health - Pharmacology - 02.07.2021
Analysis: Could expanding the Covid-19 case definition improve the UK's pandemic response'
Analysis: Could expanding the Covid-19 case definition improve the UK’s pandemic response’
PhD candidate Alex Crozier (UCL Biosciences) and colleagues write in the BMJ about the potential opportunities and challenges of expanding the symptom list linked to self-isolation and testing as vaccines are rolled out.

Music - Pedagogy - 01.07.2021

Health - History / Archeology - 01.07.2021
British consumers complicit in forty-year 'healthy eating' failure
British consumers complicit in forty-year ’healthy eating’ failure
'Healthy eating' campaigns have largely failed in Britain for the last four decades because consumers have adapted confusing advice, and incorporated fast and convenience foods into self-defined 'balanced' lifestyles, a new study argues.

Health - 01.07.2021
Rare tadpole is new to science
New collaborative research led by Manchester Museum, part of The University of Manchester, has resulted in the first scientific description of an extremely rare tadpole.

Social Sciences - 01.07.2021
New website to support ’cultural shift’ in children’s safeguarding
Young people at risk of harm, sexual exploitation and abuse have contributed to a new resource for professionals and practitioners. checkyourthinking.org, developed from Cardiff University research, brings together resources and materials created from research and partnership work with young people, as well as foster carers, and social care and allied professionals.

Health - Career - 30.06.2021

Psychology - 30.06.2021
Opinion: understanding what feeling ’empty’ means is important for improving our mental health
Trainee Clinical Psychologist Shona Herron (UCL Psychology & Language Sciences) co-authors an article discussing her research into feelings of 'emptiness' and what they can mean for people's mental health.

Health - Pharmacology - 30.06.2021

Environment - Social Sciences - 30.06.2021

Health - Life Sciences - 30.06.2021
Books charts revolution of the science of human health
A leading scientist has charted the recent and dramatic breakthroughs in our understanding of the body in a new book out today (July 1).

Chemistry - Physics - 30.06.2021
Harvard and Manchester pioneer ’soft’ graphene-containing electrodes that adapt to living tissue
Researchers from The University of Manchester and Harvard University have collaborated on a pioneering project in bioengineering, producing metal-free, hydrogel electrodes that flex to fit the complex shapes inside the human body.

Campus - Materials Science - 30.06.2021
Norton Motorcycles supports student electric motorcycle research with WMG, University of Warwick
Norton Motorcycles engineers have supported students at WMG, University of Warwick to develop a TT capable electric racing motorcycle, named 'Frontier' This includes donating a high performance bike

Social Sciences - 30.06.2021