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Health - Economics / Business - 04.04.2022
New Marmot review lays roadmap for the role of business in levelling up
A major UCL review of health inequities, led by Professor Sir Michael Marmot, is published today (April 4) and lays a roadmap for the role of industry in 'levelling up'.

Economics / Business - Social Sciences - 04.04.2022
UCL partners with OECD to tackle global challenges through infrastructure delivery
UCL partners with OECD to tackle global challenges through infrastructure delivery
Dr Juliano Denicol (UCL Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction) is leading on a partnership with the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) to boost global social and economic development through infrastructure investment and delivery.

Research Management - Innovation - 04.04.2022
How scientists can avoid power imbalances when collaborating across global divides
How scientists can avoid power imbalances when collaborating across global divides
Health research projects funded by UK Aid are a great way to bring new tech to the world's most underserved populations, but ethical guidance is needed too. Health research project are a great opportunity to bring innovative technologies to the world's most underserved populations, but funding must be accompanied by appropriate ethical guidance if collaborations are to avoid power imbalances and build long-term community engagement.

Health - Pharmacology - 04.04.2022
Major new investment in clinical research at UCL
Major new investment in clinical research at UCL
Pioneering clinical research carried out at UCL will benefit from almost £12m in new funding, thanks to a major investment by University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (ULCH).

Environment - Campus - 31.03.2022
People and Nature Lab launched at UCL East
People and Nature Lab launched at UCL East
Long lasting solutions to the global challenges of biodiversity loss, ecosystem degradation and climate change, will be the focus of the new People and Nature Lab, launching today at UCL East.

Health - Pedagogy - 31.03.2022

Health - Pharmacology - 31.03.2022
New ovarian cancer study to determine mechanism behind treatment resistance
A new research project led by the Univerity of Glasgow and funded by leading health charity Wellbeing of Women, in partnership with Artios Pharma Limited (Artios), will investigate why some advanced ovarian cancers become resistant to a new type of treatment called PARP inhibitors.

Social Sciences - 31.03.2022
People born in the 80s not likely to marry their first cohabiting partner
People born in the 80s not likely to marry their first cohabiting partner
Compared to people born in the 70s, who are almost equally likely to marry or separate from their first cohabiting partners, 80s children are significantly more likely to separate from the first partner they live with, according to researchers from UCL.

Chemistry - Research Management - 31.03.2022
Bath to lead new research into UK take-up of greener hydrogen-based fuels
Bath to lead new research into UK take-up of greener hydrogen-based fuels
New research into hydrogen and alternative low-carbon fuels set to begin in April with the aim of building a national Centre of Excellence An important new research project into how the UK could incr

Environment - Social Sciences - 30.03.2022
Data-driven citizen science changes the way communities deal with flooding
Data-driven citizen science changes the way communities deal with flooding
Vulnerable communities around the world could soon be able to use a new mobile app to help prevent disastrous floods thanks to a South American 'citizen science' pilot.

Physics - Health - 30.03.2022
£7.3 million research will help improve nuclear radiation safety
£7.3 million research will help improve nuclear radiation safety
The University of Bath is leading a large consortium using mathematics to improve our understanding of how nuclear radiation moves through different materials.

Law - 29.03.2022
Opinion: Putin's crimes of aggression must be tried in court
Opinion: Putin’s crimes of aggression must be tried in court
There is currently no way for the crime of aggression in Ukraine to be investigated, which could mean that the people at the top are let off the hook says Professor Philippe Sands (UCL Laws).

Health - Campus - 29.03.2022
’Traffic Light’ tool used by GPs to assess seriously unwell children is ’unreliable’
A tool used by GPs to help identify seriously unwell children may not accurately detect or exclude acute illness, according to an evaluation using data from UK general practice. The study, led by Cardiff University, assessed data from more than 6,700 cases and concluded the widely used National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) Traffic Light system "cannot be relied upon" and is "unsuitable" for use as a clinical decision tool.

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 28.03.2022

Health - Social Sciences - 25.03.2022
Opinion: Designing infectious disease warnings that work
Opinion: Designing infectious disease warnings that work
Early warning systems for infectious diseases must strengthen the links between public, community, animal and ecosystem health, writes Claudia Fernandez de Cordoba Farini (UCL Warning Research Centre) and Professor Ilan Kelman (UCL Institute for Risk & Disaster Reduction). Covid-19 was not the first pandemic where people asked whether we were warned properly, whether governments acted on the warnings and what could have been done differently.

Campus - Health - 25.03.2022

Social Sciences - Campus - 24.03.2022

Health - 24.03.2022
Bed rest following embryo transfers not recommended for women undergoing IVF
Many clinical interventions used during in-vitro fertilisation (IVF), including ultrasound guidance at the time of embryo transfers appear to increase pregnancy rates, however prolonged bed rest should not be recommended, finds a new study led by UCL researchers.