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Campus - 20.09.2021
UCL publishes second annual report on Bullying, Harassment and Sexual Misconduct
UCL has published its second annual report into bullying, harassment and sexual misconduct looking at reports received through the online platform Report + Support between February 2020 - February 2021.

Health - Pharmacology - 20.09.2021
New combination of old drugs improves survival of prostate cancer
New combination of old drugs improves survival of prostate cancer
Giving the drug abiraterone alongside standard hormone therapy helps men with high-risk prostate cancer that has not spread elsewhere in the body to live longer, according to preliminary results of a UCL-led trial.

Environment - Innovation - 17.09.2021
Look great and do good: Manchester startup apparel brand Pirkani proves that British fashion can be environmentally sustainable and ethical
With environment and ethical sustainability to its core, Pirkani, a graduate startup apparel brand aims to lead the fashion industry from its founding city, Manchester.

Innovation - Social Sciences - 17.09.2021

Innovation - 17.09.2021
Francis Livens to chair Nuclear Innovation and Research Advisory Board
The new Nuclear Innovation and Research Advisory Board (NIRAB) has been announced - with Professor Francis Livens , Director of the Dalton Nuclear Institute, appointed Chair.

Campus - Research Management - 17.09.2021

Politics - 17.09.2021
Citizens’ assembly launched on attitudes to democracy
A UK-wide citizens' assembly looking at public attitudes towards democracy has been launched by the UCL Constitution Unit, which carries out independent research into constitutional change and the reform of political institutions.

Psychology - 17.09.2021
Why Do Historic Places Matter? Emotional Attachments to Urban Heritage
Historic urban places matter economically, environmentally and socially. But more than that, they matter emotionally.

Campus - Career - 17.09.2021

Health - Social Sciences - 16.09.2021
Mental health patients leaving hospital in first lockdown felt lonely and isolated
Mental health patients who were discharged from or admitted to acute mental health services during the first Covid-19 lockdown experienced loneliness and social isolation, according to a new study.

Linguistics / Literature - Social Sciences - 16.09.2021

Earth Sciences - Environment - 16.09.2021

Campus - Social Sciences - 16.09.2021

Health - Research Management - 16.09.2021

History / Archeology - 16.09.2021

Health - 15.09.2021
Two-thirds report social isolation and loneliness following loss of a loved one during pandemic
New research has found that two-thirds (67%) of people have experienced social isolation and loneliness following a bereavement during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Health - Pharmacology - 15.09.2021

Computer Science - Transport - 14.09.2021
Real-time drone intent monitoring could enable safer use of drones and prevent a repeat of 2018 Gatwick incident
Real-time drone intent monitoring could enable safer use of drones and prevent a repeat of 2018 Gatwick incident
Researchers have developed a real-time approach that can help prevent incidents like the large-scale disruption at London's Gatwick Airport in 2018, where possible drone sightings at the perimeter of the airport caused the cancellation of hundreds of flights.

Event - Environment - 14.09.2021

Pedagogy - Career - 14.09.2021
Current exam system in England ’not fit for the future’, says expert report
The Independent Assessment Commission (IAC) has today (14th September) published its Interim Report considering the future of exams in England.

Social Sciences - 14.09.2021
'Levelling up' met with widespread scepticism across England, survey study suggests
’Levelling up’ met with widespread scepticism across England, survey study suggests
Researchers say Tories are "right to be worried" about parts of the Home Counties due to fears over the meaning of levelling up.

Health - Life Sciences - 14.09.2021
To curb the spread of Covid-19, restrict intercity travel as soon as a lockdown is announced
To curb the spread of Covid-19, restrict intercity travel as soon as a lockdown is announced
Researchers find that viral spread is greatly enhanced when citizens are given a window to travel before next-level restrictions are enforced. Last updated on Friday 17 September 2021 Travel within your own country in response to the government announcing a national lockdown is directly linked to a sharp rise in Covid-19 infections, according to an international study led by Bangladesh and involving a researcher from the University of Bath.

Psychology - 14.09.2021
Government inaction on climate change linked to psychological distress in young people - new study
Largest scientific study of its kind finds climate anxiety affects the daily life and functioning of nearly half of children and young people surveyed globally.

Health - Social Sciences - 14.09.2021
New report reveals the extent of the barriers migrants face accessing healthcare during the pandemic
New report reveals the extent of the barriers migrants face accessing healthcare during the pandemic
Doctors of the World (DOTW), the Nuffield Foundation and the University of Birmingham have today published, Migration and Vulnerability during the Pandemic: Barriers to Wellbeing , which has revealed

Astronomy / Space Science - 14.09.2021
Pop-up book aims to help kids ’Listen to the Universe’
An illustrated pop-up book which aims to teach children about the science of gravitational wave astronomy is setting out to make a splash in India.

Linguistics / Literature - 14.09.2021
Importance of non-verbal communication in remote working to be focus of research
A Cardiff University project has won more than £600,000 to assess the effectiveness of online communication in the workplace.

Health - Politics - 13.09.2021
Opinion: Scientists should dare to draw out their work's policy implications
Opinion: Scientists should dare to draw out their work’s policy implications
Covid's creation of an environment in which lessons can be debated will improve public understanding, says Deenan Pillay (UCL Infection & Immunity).

Health - Pharmacology - 13.09.2021
Scientists in new COVID-19 study
University of Birmingham researchers are part of a new study seeking to understand why some people become infected with COVID-19 after vaccination or prior infection while others do not.

Linguistics / Literature - 13.09.2021