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Event - 14.03.2024
Disability employability drop-in sessions
Disability employability drop-in sessions

Innovation - Physics - 14.03.2024
Cardiff receives share of £1 billion doctoral training investment
Cardiff receives share of £1 billion doctoral training investment

Innovation - Health - 14.03.2024
Future vaccine makers to benefit from VR-assisted training centre of excellence

Innovation - Campus - 13.03.2024
University of Warwick to support the delivery of HeathTech campus at Arden Cross

Politics - 13.03.2024
Rob Ford analyses the Rochdale by-election

Social Sciences - 13.03.2024
Dr Nikita Basov awarded British Academy Research Grant

Campus - Administration - 13.03.2024
Recording of Estates Masterplan Town Hall now available to view
Recording of Estates Masterplan Town Hall now available to view

Environment - Earth Sciences - 13.03.2024
Opinion: Redwood trees are growing almost as fast in the UK as their Californian cousins - new study
Opinion: Redwood trees are growing almost as fast in the UK as their Californian cousins - new study
Giant sequoia trees are becoming a resilient part of our landscape with an estimated half a million sequoias (wild and planted) in England, writes Professor Mat Disney (UCL Geography) in The Conversation.

Innovation - Economics - 13.03.2024
Spinouts join forces on technology to accelerate electric vehicle development
Spinouts join forces on technology to accelerate electric vehicle development

Health - 13.03.2024
Preparing for exam season during Ramadan: practical advice for success
Preparing for exam season during Ramadan: practical advice for success
UCL Laws student Hamna Kizhakkiniyakath shares tips for studying during Ramadan and how to be a respectful ally to Muslim friends.

Innovation - Economics - 13.03.2024
Southampton receives millions to lead Britain's quantum revolution and support national defence
Southampton receives millions to lead Britain’s quantum revolution and support national defence

Environment - Earth Sciences - 13.03.2024
Giant sequoias are a rapidly growing feature of the UK landscape
Giant sequoias are a rapidly growing feature of the UK landscape
Imported giant sequoia trees are well adapted to the UK, growing at rates close to their native ranges and capturing large amounts of carbon during their long lives, finds a new study led by UCL researchers with colleagues at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Health - Economics - 13.03.2024
Cancer sciences in Glasgow contributed more than £500m in a year to UK economy

Research Management - Campus - 13.03.2024
University of Birmingham hosts first Horizon Europe Insights Day
University of Birmingham hosts first Horizon Europe Insights Day

Economics - Environment - 13.03.2024
Supply chain disruptions will further exacerbate economic losses from climate change
Global GDP loss from climate change will increase exponentially the warmer the planet gets when its cascading impact on global supply chains is factored in, finds a new study led by UCL researchers.

Politics - 13.03.2024
Opinion: Why Biden is investing in influencers to help with this year’s election

Mathematics - Environment - 12.03.2024
£46m PhD boost as three Centres for Doctoral Training funded at Imperial

History / Archeology - 12.03.2024
Oscars history for late Manchester Professor Martin Amis

Innovation - Computer Science - 12.03.2024
£9 million funding will train data visualisation researchers of the future

Computer Science - 12.03.2024
Warwick awarded £11 million to train PhD students in computational modelling

Physics - Electroengineering - 12.03.2024
UCL receives £54m boost to doctoral training in engineering and physical sciences
UCL receives £54m boost to doctoral training in engineering and physical sciences

Innovation - Health - 12.03.2024
Boost to doctoral training will support leading research in areas of national importance

Innovation - Event - 12.03.2024
University awarded £30 million to train the next generation of science and engineering researchers through four new Centres for Doctoral Training

Innovation - Mathematics - 12.03.2024
University of Glasgow wins support for groundbreaking new Centres for Doctoral Training

Innovation - Economics - 12.03.2024
Major investment in doctoral training announced

Health - 12.03.2024
Media reactions of National Food Strategy overlooked need for greater government action for reform, say researchers
New research suggests that more emphasis on individual responsibility to tackle issues relating to food, instead of systemic change was pushed within media, in response to the National Food Strategy (NFS).

Event - Social Sciences - 12.03.2024
University of Manchester to Host First ASA Public Anthropology Festival

Religions - 12.03.2024
University and BBC co-create exciting Religions and Theology learning tool
A team of academics from the Religions and Theology department at The University of Manchester have created ' Going Beyond Belief ', a new learning resource for A Level students, with the support of the BBC Beyond Belief team.

Linguistics / Literature - 12.03.2024
Cyber incident at the British Library and impact on services at The University of Manchester Library
Cyber incident at the British Library and impact on services at The University of Manchester Library

Campus - Environment - 12.03.2024
Transformational gift set to redefine global development research for the 21st century at University of Manchester

Event - 12.03.2024
CDT student awarded Best Poster Prize at prestigious conference

Physics - Chemistry - 12.03.2024
Developing high-entropy materials for sustainable applications
A team based in The University of Manchester's Department of Materials are leading research into inorganic high-entropy materials.

Pedagogy - 12.03.2024
University of Glasgow experts share radical vision for Scottish education

Linguistics / Literature - 12.03.2024
Andrew O'Hagan appointed as Honorary Professor at the University of Glasgow
Andrew O’Hagan appointed as Honorary Professor at the University of Glasgow

Computer Science - 12.03.2024
Pop-up retro computing museum

Earth Sciences - Environment - 12.03.2024
Analysis: What the Anthropocene’s critics overlook and why it should be a new geological epoch

Environment - Innovation - 12.03.2024
University of Bath to receive £25 million to train tomorrow’s research leaders

Pedagogy - 12.03.2024
More secure generative AI tool available for staff and students 
More secure generative AI tool available for staff and students 
UCL staff and students can now access Microsoft Copilot. Microsoft Copilot is a safer generative AI tool than using the consumer-oriented generative AI services, provided you log in with your UCL credentials.

Health - Computer Science - 12.03.2024
Partnership to uncover new insights into dementia
A new partnership will allow researchers to uncover new information about the structural changes that occur in patients with Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease, by applying cutting-edge imaging and machine learning.

Health - 11.03.2024
Extra one-minute check can stop some babies being born prematurely
Extra one-minute check can stop some babies being born prematurely
Women who have a caesarean section in the late stages of labour are at increased risk of preterm birth in subsequent pregnancies. But UCL researchers have now found a way to prevent this from happening. A new study, published in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology MFM, studied 243 pregnant women who had been referred to a preterm birth surveillance clinic at University College London Hospital between January 2017 to April 2021, who had previously had a late stage c-section in the second phase of labour.

Veterinary - Life Sciences - 11.03.2024
Inbreeding is contributing factor to mid and late-term pregnancy loss in Thoroughbreds
New RVC research finds inbreeding is contributing factor to mid and late-term pregnancy loss in Thoroughbreds New research from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC), in collaboration with Cornell University, has found that inbreeding is a contributing factor to mid and late-term pregnancy loss (MLPL), but not early pregnancy loss (EPL) in Thoroughbreds.

Health - Innovation - 11.03.2024
University of Bath joins new LEAP digital health hub for South West England and Wales
University of Bath joins new LEAP digital health hub for South West England and Wales

Health - Music - 11.03.2024
Researchers transform Parkinson's tremors into music
Researchers transform Parkinson’s tremors into music

Music - 11.03.2024
From the City to the Sea: An immersive journey to support care home staff wellbeing
From the City to the Sea: An immersive journey to support care home staff wellbeing

Pedagogy - 11.03.2024
The Great Science Share for Schools granted patronage of the United Kingdom National Commission for UNESCO in 2024: A Milestone in Science Education

Innovation - Computer Science - 11.03.2024
CREATE Centre celebrates AHRC research infrastructure award

Health - Pharmacology - 11.03.2024
Global human challenge consortium to push for next generation of vaccines
Global human challenge consortium to push for next generation of vaccines
An international group of researchers specialising in human challenge studies is embarking on a project to develop advanced virus-blocking vaccines.

Environment - 11.03.2024
Climate action group launches walking route to combat air pollution
Campaign group Ardwick Climate Action, with the support of University of Manchester researchers, are to launch a green route on 12 March where local people can avoid the excessive pollution caused by motor vehicles. The scheme close to Kale Street will help combat the area's disproportionate exposure to air pollution, improve the health and wellbeing of local people and improve public safety away from major roads.

Health - 11.03.2024
Lifesaving projects targeting maternal mortality
Lifesaving projects targeting maternal mortality
University of Birmingham researchers have designed groundbreaking interventions to prevent deaths by post-partum haemorrhage and at caesarean sections. For millions of women worldwide, childbirth still carries life-threatening risks. Every two minutes in 2020, a woman died in pregnancy or labour, amounting to a global death toll of around 287,000 women that year.

Health - Pharmacology - 11.03.2024
Major contract awarded for a concussion research programme from the US Department of Defense
Major contract awarded for a concussion research programme from the US Department of Defense
Birmingham experts will lead a major research programme involving hundreds of people across the UK to transform the way concussion is identified and managed.