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Health - Pharmacology - 11.05.2023
Exploring ways to treat kidney cancer using patients’ own cells in new UCL-GSK collaboration
Researchers from the UCL Institute of Immunity & Transplantation (IIT) are leading a collaborative project with biopharma company GSK, aiming to discover innovative new kidney cancer treatments that use the patient's own cells.

Economics - Innovation - 11.05.2023

Health - Social Sciences - 11.05.2023
Leading researchers call for action to end mental health related deaths
A new paper published in Lancet Psychiatry has called for radical action on a global scale to put an end to the growing mortality rates of people with mental illness and mental distress.

Computer Science - Physics - 10.05.2023
Two Imperial scientists elected as Fellows of the Royal Society
Imperial experts in particle physics and robot vision have been granted Fellowship of the Royal Society.

Event - Linguistics / Literature - 10.05.2023

Career - Electroengineering - 10.05.2023

Linguistics / Literature - Event - 09.05.2023

Social Sciences - Criminology / Forensics - 09.05.2023
US gun violence: half of people from Chicago witness a shooting by age 40
Study following Chicagoans over a 25-year period suggests over half of the city's Black and Hispanic population, and a quarter of its White population, have seen a shooting by age 40. A substantial portion of Chicago's population could be living with trauma as a result of witnessing shootings and homicides Charles Lanfear A study tracking the lives of Chicagoans from childhood and adolescence in the 1990s to the start of middle age has found that 56% of Black and Hispanic residents from across the city witnessed at least one shooting by the time they turned forty.

Astronomy / Space Science - 09.05.2023
New report sets course for future of European astronomy
New report sets course for future of European astronomy
A new report by an international consortium of leading astronomers, including UCL's Professor Amelie Saintonge, has set out recommendations to transform our understanding of the universe in the next decade.

Computer Science - 09.05.2023
Mobile phone users do not understand what data they might be sharing
Mobile phone users do not understand what data they might be sharing
Language used for app tracking privacy settings causes consumer confusion Privacy and security features that aim to give consumers more control over the sharing of their data by smartphone apps are widely misunderstood, shows new research from the University of Bath's School of Management.

History / Archeology - 09.05.2023
Motion capture and 3D scans bring history to life for new Dambusters docudrama
Motion capture and 3D scans bring history to life for new Dambusters docudrama
CAMERA researchers used the latest digital technology to help create a new film documenting the attack on Sorpe Dam, narrated by a Dambuster veteran.

History / Archeology - 06.05.2023

Environment - 05.05.2023

Health - 05.05.2023
’Nursing Matters’: RVC researchers launch exploration of mental health and wellbeing amongst veterinary nurses
As part of the 'Nursing Matters' project, RVC researchers are calling for both registered veterinary nurses (RVNs) and student veterinary nurses (SVNs) to participate in a 20-25 minute survey to gain in-depth insights into how and why they may experience poor mental health.

Health - Social Sciences - 05.05.2023
Majority of NHS Trusts do not offer training to prevent sexual harassment
Failure to implement active bystander training could thwart NHS attempts to tackle sexual harassment, say researchers at the University of Cambridge.

Religions - 04.05.2023

Pharmacology - Health - 04.05.2023
Incurable blood cancer trial finds new drug better than current second line treatments
Cancer Research UK Clinical Trials Unit-sponsored trial found new drug better for treating rare cancer for patients not responding to first line treatment Patients with an incurable blood cancer - pol

Health - 04.05.2023
Calls for more positive health messaging around fertility
The language used to communicate fertility awareness should be more empathetic and target both men and women, finds a new study involving UCL researchers.

History / Archeology - 04.05.2023