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Sport - 26.06.2024
Sportswashing is still highly effective despite more awareness among fans
As the European football championships continue in Germany, new research has revealed that 'sportswashing' - the practice of using sporting events or teams to improve a country's reputation - is still highly effective, despite increased awareness of the issue among fans.

Environment - Economics - 26.06.2024
Five ways to improve the global voluntary carbon credit markets
Five ways to improve the global voluntary carbon credit markets
Professor Mark Maslin's (UCL Geography) believes voluntary carbon markets are a small but essential part of worldwide efforts to reduce global emissions.

Event - Environment - 26.06.2024
UCL/Gather & Gather wins Food to Go award at 2024 U Dine Awards
UCL/Gather & Gather wins Food to Go award at 2024 U Dine Awards

Environment - Innovation - 26.06.2024
New AI-led science initiative will help protect communities hit by climate change in East Africa
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), Oxford University Physics Department , IGAD Climate Prediction and Applications Centre (ICPAC), and various national forecasting and meteorology agencie

Linguistics / Literature - 26.06.2024
Sār-obair Bārdachd a’ Trasnadh Chrėochan Cānanach

Health - Campus - 26.06.2024
Chancellor Dr Fiona Hill celebrates regional University healthcare partnership

Environment - Life Sciences - 26.06.2024
Spotlight on... Tim Newbold
Spotlight on... Tim Newbold

Environment - Economics - 26.06.2024
Robust scientific standards and transparency needed to unlock potential of voluntary carbon markets
Scientific principles and transparency must lead the conversation about what counts as carbon credits in order to build confidence in the voluntary carbon market (VCM), finds a new report led by UCL researchers.

Linguistics / Literature - 25.06.2024
Festival of Libraries 2024: Celebrating libraries and creativity across Greater Manchester

Event - 25.06.2024
Outreach Team take part in Windermere Science Festival
Outreach Team take part in Windermere Science Festival

Research Management - Environment - 25.06.2024
UKRI award The University of Manchester £1.7m to investigate gendered energy inequalities

Innovation - Health - 25.06.2024
UCL's VaxHub advises UN on importance of vaccine technology transfers
UCL’s VaxHub advises UN on importance of vaccine technology transfers
A new science policy briefing on vaccine technology transfers to lowand middle-income countries (LMICs), written by UCL researchers, informed discussions at the United Nations.

Health - 25.06.2024
Ģ150,000 study will explore links between breast cancer and breastfeeding  

Health - Pharmacology - 25.06.2024
AI model to improve clinical trial recruitment for eye disease
AI model to improve clinical trial recruitment for eye disease
A new artificial intelligence (AI) system that could significantly reduce the time and cost required to recruit clinical trial patients for an advanced form of age-related vision loss has been developed by a team led by UCL and Moorfields Eye Hospital researchers. The system focuses on Geographic Atrophy (GA), an advanced form of dry age-related macular degeneration (AMD) leading to irreversible vision loss and legal blindness.

Health - Pharmacology - 24.06.2024
First UK trial of Deep Brain Stimulation for children with epilepsy begins
First UK trial of Deep Brain Stimulation for children with epilepsy begins

Life Sciences - Agronomy / Food Science - 24.06.2024
Bezos Centre for Sustainable Protein launches at Imperial with $30m funding

Event - 24.06.2024
Former Master student Htet Lynn Oo awarded prize for dissertation

Campus - 24.06.2024
Sir Howard Bernstein
Sir Howard Bernstein

Materials Science - Environment - 24.06.2024
International Day of Women and Girls in Engineering: Meet the battery researcher pioneering inclusion and sustainability

Physics - Event - 24.06.2024
University of Glasgow celebrates Lord Kelvin bicentenary

Economics - Innovation - 24.06.2024
Cardiff Medicentre hosts event to advance collaboration between academia and industry

Psychology - Life Sciences - 21.06.2024
Opinion: Bipolar disorder - we've pinpointed the brain areas which drive mood bias
Opinion: Bipolar disorder - we’ve pinpointed the brain areas which drive mood bias
New research to uncover the brain areas that bias mood and the brain's response in bipolar disorder could one day lead to better treatments, writes Dr Hestia Moningka (UCL Psychology & Language Sciences) in The Conversation.

Materials Science - Innovation - 21.06.2024
Manchester AI expert helps local SME develop the technology to battle battery waste
Manchester AI expert helps local SME develop the technology to battle battery waste

Physics - Materials Science - 21.06.2024
Nanoengineering at the Summer Science Exhibition
Nanoengineering at the Summer Science Exhibition

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 21.06.2024
Volunteer archaeologists dig deeper at city park
Volunteer archaeologists dig deeper at city park
A mysterious ceremonial monument is set to be uncovered for the third phase of an archaeological dig in Trelai Park.

Pedagogy - 21.06.2024
City schoolchildren celebrate 'graduation'
City schoolchildren celebrate ’graduation’

Pharmacology - Economics - 21.06.2024
UK Drug Companies Repeatedly Violate their Marketing Code, warns research
New data analysis highlights potential "serious consequences" for patient health and lengthy complaint processing times.

Politics - Law - 21.06.2024
General Election 2024: Cheating and the misuse of inside information in gambling - what the law says

Administration - 20.06.2024
First step to a common digital portal for engaging with central services - an update on MyServices
First step to a common digital portal for engaging with central services - an update on MyServices

Environment - Psychology - 20.06.2024
Festivals can be a powerful force for sustainable lifestyle changes
Festivals can be a powerful force for sustainable lifestyle changes
Vegan festival study shows collective experience can motivate people to pursue social change Festivals and mass gatherings can empower and inspire people making lifestyle changes for a sustainable fu

Health - Career - 20.06.2024
Spotlight on... Kurinchi Gurusamy
Spotlight on... Kurinchi Gurusamy

History / Archeology - 20.06.2024
A Blooming Marvellous Archaeological Dig in Glasgow's 1988 Garden Festival site
A Blooming Marvellous Archaeological Dig in Glasgow’s 1988 Garden Festival site

Administration - 20.06.2024
Government needs to go further in folic acid fortification to prevent avoidable birth defects
Government needs to go further in folic acid fortification to prevent avoidable birth defects

Campus - 20.06.2024
Review and update your equality monitoring information using Inside UCL
Review and update your equality monitoring information using Inside UCL

Environment - 20.06.2024
Crowdsourcing urban weather data doesn’t fill all the knowledge gaps
A lack of crowdsourced weather data in deprived areas across England and Wales could deny climate scientists important information about local weather and climate zones, putting disadvantaged people potentially at risk, finds a new study by UCL researchers. The research, published in Nature Communications, found a significant difference in the distribution of personal weather stations, with greater prevalence in more affluent areas compared to deprived areas.

- 20.06.2024
UCL's Staff Intranet: Help us improve
UCL’s Staff Intranet: Help us improve

Environment - 20.06.2024
80 percent of people globally want stronger climate action by governments according to new survey
A new survey of public opinion research reveals the overwhelming majority around the world support more ambitious efforts, and want to overcome geopolitical differences, to fight climate change.

Art and Design - Campus - 20.06.2024
Portrait of Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell unveiled at the Whitworth, Manchester

Health - Psychology - 20.06.2024
Simon Baron-Cohen wins MRC Millennium Medal for transformative research into autism and neurodiversity
Simon Baron-Cohen wins MRC Millennium Medal for transformative research into autism and neurodiversity

Health - Pharmacology - 20.06.2024
Cholesterol-lowering drug slows progression of eye disease in people with diabetes
The LENS trial has demonstrated that fenofibrate, a drug usually used to lower cholesterol, reduces the risk of progression of diabetic retinopathy by 27%.

Campus - Innovation - 19.06.2024
UCL welcomes students to inaugural India Summer School

Economics - Event - 19.06.2024
Honorary degrees awarded at Encaenia 2024

Health - Pharmacology - 19.06.2024
Cancer Research UK National Biomarker Centre opens

Event - Art and Design - 19.06.2024
Manchester lecturer and screenwriter wins major film award
Manchester lecturer and screenwriter wins major film award

Economics - Politics - 19.06.2024
Mauritius’ next growth phase: new plan needed as tax haven era fades

Agronomy / Food Science - Life Sciences - 19.06.2024
Ģ1.2M grant to tackle resistance to sheep scab treatments

Health - Innovation - 19.06.2024
Groundbreaking technology is first to allow patients to add daily symptoms to their health record
Researchers at The University of Manchester are to trial a system that allows people living with rheumatoid arthritis to send their daily symptoms securely to their health record, in a first for the NHS.

Environment - Event - 19.06.2024
Global prize for UCL ecological economics professor
Global prize for UCL ecological economics professor

Social Sciences - 19.06.2024
Community collaborators have been thanked for the part they have played in shaping health and social care research
Community collaborators have been thanked for the part they have played in shaping health and social care research

Health - 19.06.2024
Nearly all ’dine in’ dinner deals exceed government calorie guidance - study
93% of dinner meal deals exceed the government's suggested calorie limit for dinner of 600 calories per person, with the most calorific option at 1526 kcal.