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Paleontology - Life Sciences - 17.04.2024
Manchester paleontologist unearths what may be the largest known marine reptile
Part of the research team in 2020 examining the initial finds (at the back) of the new discovery made by Ruby and Justin Reynolds. Additional sections of the bone were subsequently discovered. From left to right, Dr Dean Lomax, Ruby Reynolds, Justin Reynolds and Paul de la Salle. Credit: Dr Dean Lomax A palaeontologist at The University of Manchester has identified the fossilised remains of a second gigantic jawbone measuring more than two metres long.

Environment - 17.04.2024
Steven Barrett appointed Regius Professor of Engineering
Steven Barrett appointed Regius Professor of Engineering

Health - Innovation - 17.04.2024
Artificial Intelligence beats doctors in accurately assessing eye problems
A study has found that the AI model GPT-4 significantly exceeds the ability of non-specialist doctors to assess eye problems and provide advice.

Social Sciences - 17.04.2024
John Tomaney appointed Pro-Provost (Regional Communities)
John Tomaney appointed Pro-Provost (Regional Communities)

Astronomy / Space - 17.04.2024
New shared space on Gordon Square, opening 8 May
New shared space on Gordon Square, opening 8 May

Environment - 17.04.2024
Become a brand ambassador for Hazaar, the student marketplace app
Become a brand ambassador for Hazaar, the student marketplace app

Health - 17.04.2024
New publication in International Journal of Population Data Science (April 2024)
New publication in International Journal of Population Data Science (April 2024)
Jen Murphy and Mark Elliot , from the department of Social Statistics have just published a study in the International Journal of Population Data Science.

Social Sciences - 17.04.2024
New publication in leading Social Networks journal
New publication in leading Social Networks journal

Politics - 17.04.2024
Opinion: Mounting tension and instability in the Western Balkans is playing into Russia’s hands

Psychology - 17.04.2024
Programme to tackle children’s mental health delivers more than £5m of benefits to society

Environment - 17.04.2024
New publication in Sustainable Development
New publication in Sustainable Development

Health - 17.04.2024
Health and Wellbeing Community of Practice Workshop Series: Term 3
Health and Wellbeing Community of Practice Workshop Series: Term 3

Health - Campus - 16.04.2024
UCL shares in £10.5 million award to train cancer clinician scientists
UCL shares in £10.5 million award to train cancer clinician scientists

Computer Science - 16.04.2024
Fostering a diverse and inclusive cyber community
Fostering a diverse and inclusive cyber community

Health - Innovation - 16.04.2024
Gather&Gather launch a fresh, colourful and creative hospitality menu for Spring/Summer 2024
Gather&Gather launch a fresh, colourful and creative hospitality menu for Spring/Summer 2024

Art and Design - 16.04.2024
UCL museums and collections receive £2.4m funding boost
UCL museums and collections receive £2.4m funding boost

Art and Design - 16.04.2024
Four UCL museums and collections to receive £2.4m funding boost
Four UCL museums and collections to receive £2.4m funding boost

Environment - 16.04.2024
UCL Press downloads hit 10 million
UCL Press downloads hit 10 million
More than 10 million books and journals, published by UCL Press, the UK's first fully Open Access University Press, have now been downloaded - signalling the popularity and transformation effect of this more sustainable publishing model. UCL Press's pioneering Open Access (OA) programme spans many of the major academic disciplines, from history to philosophy and the sciences to anthropology. The Press has published 339 books that have been downloaded more than 8.7 million times, while its 14 journals have attracted more than 2.6 million downloads.

Campus - 16.04.2024
New Academic Champion for Policy Engagement appointed

Economics - Art and Design - 16.04.2024
Fifteen arts and humanities projects selected under entrepreneurial funding scheme

Environment - 16.04.2024
Early career researchers from across the world unite at the University of Warwick to tackle climate change

Health - 16.04.2024
New research project to give voice to 800,000 unpaid carers in Scotland
A new pan-Scotland research project will shine a light on one of the most hidden roles in society, raising awareness of the real-life challenges and uncertainties faced by unpaid carers.

Campus - Innovation - 16.04.2024
Graduate-led manual washing machine project partners with the Whirlpool Foundation for global impact
Graduate-led manual washing machine project partners with the Whirlpool Foundation for global impact

Health - 16.04.2024
Unlocking insights: Dr Vivek Murthy’s impactful talk on youth well-being at UCL

Mechanical Engineering - 16.04.2024
H2 Go: record-seeking Bath engineering team successfully runs hydrogen-powered engine
H2 Go: record-seeking Bath engineering team successfully runs hydrogen-powered engine
Hydrogen-fuelled internal combustion engine developed by University of Bath students runs for first time ahead of speed record attempt Published on Tuesday 16 April 2024 Last updated on Tuesday 16 April 2024 A team of engineering students at the University of Bath have achieved a world first by becoming the first undergraduates to build and successfully run a hydrogen-fuelled engine.

Economics - 16.04.2024
Universal Credit Flaw Deepens Financial Insecurity for Working Families
Universal Credit Flaw Deepens Financial Insecurity for Working Families
More than half of working households' Universal Credit (UC) payments varied by £400 or more from one month to the next at least once a year Published on Tuesday 16 April 2024 Last updated on Wednesda

Campus - 15.04.2024
New campaign highlights the success stories of local students who were the first in their family to attend university

Health - Life Sciences - 15.04.2024
Carbon beads help restore healthy gut microbiome and reduce liver disease progression
Carbon beads help restore healthy gut microbiome and reduce liver disease progression
Innovative carbon beads, invented by researchers at UCL, reduce bad bacteria and inflammation in animal models, which are linked to liver cirrhosis and other serious health issues.

Health - Pharmacology - 15.04.2024
Southampton gets £1.4million to train future cancer scientists
Southampton gets £1.4million to train future cancer scientists
The University of Southampton have been given a massive cash injection to train more doctors as clinical scientists dedicated to the fight against cancer.

Career - Campus - 15.04.2024
Scientist features in national university campaign
Scientist features in national university campaign

Campus - 15.04.2024
Sir Anton Muscatelli announces retirement as Principal and Vice Chancellor of the University of Glasgow

Event - Economics - 15.04.2024
UCL alumna selected as part of '100 faces' campaign
UCL alumna selected as part of ’100 faces’ campaign

Economics - Innovation - 15.04.2024
UCL alumni recognised in Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe
UCL alumni recognised in Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe

Economics - Innovation - 15.04.2024
Nineteen UCL alumni and students recognised in Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe
Nineteen UCL alumni and students recognised in Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe

Linguistics / Literature - 15.04.2024
Exam and assessment support from the Library

Computer Science - Innovation - 12.04.2024
Large Language Models generate biased content, warn researchers
Large Language Models generate biased content, warn researchers

Health - Life Sciences - 12.04.2024
Superfast physics and a trio of Fellows: News from Imperial
Here's a batch of fresh news and announcements from across Imperial. From an experiment lasting millionths of a billionth of a second, to fellowships in biology and medicine, here is some quick-read news from across Imperial.

History / Archeology - Economics - 12.04.2024
Unearthing Pompeii: Professor Michael Scott delves into recent revelations
Pompeii continues to reveal its secrets, fascinating historians and archaeologists alike.

Health - Life Sciences - 12.04.2024
34-year research project to unlock new insights into asthma and allergies
A 34-year follow-up of one of the oldest and most comprehensively studied birth cohorts is underway on the Isle of Wight to reveal new insights into allergies and asthma.

Health - 12.04.2024
New UCL research drive to tackle UK’s premature birth rate

Innovation - Computer Science - 12.04.2024
Research breakthrough could enable future 6G communications networks
A breakthrough development in wireless communication technology could help deliver the ultra-fast and software-controlled 6G networks of the future, researchers say. A team led by researchers from the University of Glasgow has developed an innovative wireless communications antenna which combines the unique properties of metamaterials with sophisticated signal processing to deliver a new peak of performance.

Health - Psychology - 11.04.2024
Economic burden of childhood verbal abuse by adults estimated at $300 billion globally

Life Sciences - Career - 11.04.2024
EU funding success for eight leading UCL researchers
EU funding success for eight leading UCL researchers

Physics - Chemistry - 11.04.2024
Manchester physics researchers awarded prestigious funding to pursue projects that could lead to major scientific breakthroughs

Research Management - Media - 11.04.2024
ERC Grant to boost understanding of digital participation in war

Astronomy / Space - Research Management - 11.04.2024
Astronomer awarded £3 million to transform observations of the sky

History / Archeology - 11.04.2024
Spotlight on... Tim Causer
Spotlight on... Tim Causer

Health - Psychology - 11.04.2024
Pamela Qualter appointed as co-chair of WHO Commission Advisory Group

Event - Music - 11.04.2024
Universally Manchester Festival announces first speakers, performers and events

Physics - Health - 11.04.2024
Researchers awarded prestigious funding to pursue projects that could lead to major scientific breakthroughs