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Event - 16.11.2023
PhD graduate receives prestigious Peruvian Association of Architects award

Event - Campus - 16.11.2023
Alumni receives prestigious Peruvian Association of Architects award

Health - Pharmacology - 16.11.2023
UK approves world-first gene-editing treatment for blood disorders
UK becomes the first country to approve CRISPR gene therapy treatment for two inherited blood disorders.

Environment - 16.11.2023
We are climate complacent – and why
We are climate complacent – and why
The UK public is complacent when it comes to personal action on climate change and, without intervention, meaningful changes to lifestyles and consumption behaviours will not happen, according to new research by the University of Southampton.

Health - Innovation - 16.11.2023
Charlotte Deane named as Executive Chair of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

Social Sciences - Event - 16.11.2023
Six Oxford social scientists scoop top awards for world-leading research

Innovation - 16.11.2023
Altering our language can help us deal with the intelligence of chatbots

Social Sciences - 16.11.2023
Marking Transgender Day of Remembrance
Marking Transgender Day of Remembrance

Career - Social Sciences - 16.11.2023
Boom and bust? Millennials aren't all worse off than Baby Boomers, but the rich-poor gap is widening
Boom and bust? Millennials aren’t all worse off than Baby Boomers, but the rich-poor gap is widening
A study of over 12,000 people in the US, comparing Baby Boomers and Millennials, raises concerns about Millennials' diverging financial gains.

Event - Innovation - 16.11.2023
University of Birmingham wins Queen’s Anniversary Prize

Health - Life Sciences - 16.11.2023
New trial to investigate if music therapy helps patients recover from brain injury
New trial to investigate if music therapy helps patients recover from brain injury

Research Management - Health - 16.11.2023
UCL academics recognised in annual global list of influential researchers
UCL academics recognised in annual global list of influential researchers

Health - Life Sciences - 16.11.2023
Lecturer at the Royal Veterinary College wins international award for excellence in microbiology

Event - Pedagogy - 16.11.2023
Queen’s Anniversary Prize for the Centre for Robert Burns Studies

Mechanical Engineering - Career - 16.11.2023
Helping improve diversity in Formula 1
Helping improve diversity in Formula 1

Agronomy / Food Science - Computer Science - 15.11.2023
AI-powered soil analysis software has won Imperial's undergraduate competition
AI-powered soil analysis software has won Imperial’s undergraduate competition

Physics - Innovation - 15.11.2023
QuEST: Quantum centre builds UK and international reputation

Health - 15.11.2023
UK soft drinks levy linked to fall in child hospital admissions for tooth extraction
UK soft drinks levy linked to fall in child hospital admissions for tooth extraction
The UK soft drinks industry levy, which was introduced in 2018, may have reduced the number of under 18s having a tooth removed due to tooth decay by 12%, finds a new study co-authored by a UCL researcher. The research, published in BMJ Nutrition, Prevention & Health , found that the largest reductions were in children aged up to nine years old and estimated that more than 5,500 hospital admissions for tooth extraction may have been prevented each year.

Health - Event - 15.11.2023
Disability History Month 2023 at UCL
Disability History Month 2023 at UCL

Politics - 15.11.2023
Number of Welsh prisoners sleeping rough on release more than trebles in one year
The number of people rough sleeping following release from prison has more than trebled in Wales, new figures from Cardiff University's Wales Governance Centre show.

Health - 15.11.2023
The first Eve Fellowship awarded to Manchester scientist
The Eve Appeal/North West Cancer Research Fellowship invest in next generation of gynaecological cancer researchers The Eve Appeal, together with North West Cancer Research, will be awarding a three

Politics - Economics - 15.11.2023
Analysis: How governments use IMF bailouts to hurt political opponents

Health - Career - 15.11.2023
Expert Comment: How our novel model resolves the key pandemic policy debates
Were lockdowns an effective response to Covid-19 or would it have been better to limit intervention and let individuals spontaneously reduce their own risk of infection? Three years on from the publ

Innovation - Computer Science - 15.11.2023
Cambridge Dictionary names 'Hallucinate' Word of the Year 2023
Cambridge Dictionary names ’Hallucinate’ Word of the Year 2023

Social Sciences - Event - 15.11.2023
Spotlight on... Alison Koslowski
Spotlight on... Alison Koslowski

Campus - Career - 15.11.2023
UCL academics embedded in government offices as UKRI Policy Fellowships

Health - 15.11.2023
Workplace Health has moved and is now open again!
Workplace Health has moved and is now open again!
On November 6, Workplace Health officially reopened in its new office space in Bidborough House, close to UCL's Bloomsbury campus.

Health - 15.11.2023
UK 'sugar tax' linked to fall in child hospital admissions for tooth extraction
UK ’sugar tax’ linked to fall in child hospital admissions for tooth extraction
The UK soft drinks industry levy introduced in 2018 may have saved more than 5,500 hospital admissions for tooth extractions, according to an analysis by researchers at the University of Cambridge.

Health - Life Sciences - 14.11.2023
COVID-19 showed the importance of genomic surveillance - we need it to help fight antimicrobial resistance
COVID-19 showed the importance of genomic surveillance - we need it to help fight antimicrobial resistance
During the COVID-19 pandemic, genomic surveillance proved vital in helping understand the evolution and spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Now, an international group of researchers is calling for its potential to be harnessed to tackle antimicrobial resistance (AMR), a major global challenge that could ultimately result in many more deaths than the coronavirus pandemic.

Event - 14.11.2023
New Digital Award Certificates to be issued from December 2023
New Digital Award Certificates to be issued from December 2023

Research Management - Environment - 14.11.2023
Research informs European Commission Recommendation on energy poverty

Environment - 14.11.2023
Emissions plans must consider risk of global warming continuing after net zero
Significant warming could still occur after the world reaches net-zero carbon emissions, warn the authors of a new study. The study, led by Imperial College London and University of Exeter researchers, suggests that high uncertainty in how the climate system will continue to react to global warming even after emissions are reduced means urgent action is imperative.

Environment - 14.11.2023
Extreme fluctuations between drought and flooding are devastating communities at greatest risk of climate change impacts
Extreme fluctuations between drought and flooding are devastating communities at greatest risk of climate change impacts
Extreme fluctuations between drought and flooding are devastating communities at greatest risk of climate change impacts, new research reveals A 'whiplash' of extreme climate pressures has had a devastating effect on communities around the world since the turn of the century, new research has found.

Health - Life Sciences - 14.11.2023
Mosquito modification programme aiming to eliminate malaria receives US$15m
Mosquito modification programme aiming to eliminate malaria receives US$15m
A global programme that aims to modify mosquitoes so they are unable to transmit malaria has received a grant to fund its next phase of expansion.

Architecture - 14.11.2023
UCL fire safety reminder: Christmas and festive decorations
UCL fire safety reminder: Christmas and festive decorations

Pedagogy - 14.11.2023
Teaching award for Dr.Tatjana Kecojevic and new training on reproducible research techniques

Health - Life Sciences - 14.11.2023
DnaNudge and NantNudge accelerate handheld AI genomics
DnaNudge and NantNudge accelerate handheld AI genomics

Event - Health - 14.11.2023
Cost of Dying exhibition arrives at the Scottish Parliament
A University of Glasgow led exhibition that shares research findings on experiences of dying at home for people facing financial hardship and deprivation in Scotland is on display to MSPs at the Scottish Parliament.

Environment - Innovation - 14.11.2023
IMF and University of Oxford launch ’PortWatch’ Platform to monitor and simulate trade disruptions
PortWatch is an online platform designed to monitor and simulate disruptions to maritime trade due to climate extremes and other shocks.

Health - 14.11.2023
Mike Lean announced as co-winner of 2024 Rank Prize for Nutrition
The University of Glasgow's Professor Mike Lean, along with his long-time collaborator Professor Roy Taylor from Newcastle University, have been awarded the 2024 Rank Prize for Nutrition for transform

Health - Pharmacology - 14.11.2023
University of Glasgow spin-out Glox Therapeutics Secures £4.3M Seed Funding to Develop Precision Antimicrobials Targeting Drug-resistant Bacteria

Innovation - Environment - 14.11.2023
Bath CDT in Sustainable Chemical Technologies contributes four times its investment to UK economy
Bath CDT in Sustainable Chemical Technologies contributes four times its investment to UK economy

Health - Pharmacology - 13.11.2023
4.3m boost for Oxford-Glasgow spinout tackling antimicrobial resistance

Art and Design - 13.11.2023
People who grew up in care retell their stories through art in Southampton
People who grew up in care retell their stories through art in Southampton

Environment - 13.11.2023
Scientists to explore why some corals can 'take the heat'
Scientists to explore why some corals can ’take the heat’
New research by the University of Southampton will investigate what allows some reef corals to thrive in exceptionally warm ocean waters, while others perish. Scientists from the University's Coral Reef Laboratory want to identify the mechanisms that allow corals in certain regions of the planet to survive at temperatures that are much warmer than those in the creatures' typical habitats.

Health - Pharmacology - 13.11.2023
AI tool could help thousands avoid fatal heart attacks
An AI tool that can predict 10-year risk of deadly heart attacks, could transform treatment for patients who undergo CT scans to investigate chest pain, according to British Heart Foundation-funded research presented today at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions in Philadelphia.

Career - 13.11.2023
Research Fellowships at the MIB

Career - Social Sciences - 13.11.2023
Weak incomes and gender pay gap holding back Welsh workers: Labour Market Update

Social Sciences - Event - 13.11.2023
7m investment in UK Data Service for social science skills training

Career - Event - 13.11.2023
University of Manchester and Greater Manchester host finals of UK’s biggest skill competition