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Environment - 21.08.2023
Policymakers must listen to scientists for circular economy success
A report provides ten recommendations to see governments and policymakers boost success of circular economy plans. Dr Rupert Myers , from Imperial College London's Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering , has co-authored guidelines for governments and policymakers to implement the circular economy.

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 18.08.2023

Microtechnics - 17.08.2023
Glove and armband device that gives 'sense of touch' haptic feedback to amputees to be trialled
Glove and armband device that gives ’sense of touch’ haptic feedback to amputees to be trialled
Vibrotactile feedback for upper limb prostheses to be tested and refined with the users through wireless updates Published on Thursday 17 August 2023 Last updated on Friday 18 August 2023 A glove and

Linguistics / Literature - Event - 16.08.2023

Environment - 16.08.2023
Soils forming on the branches of trees are an overlooked forest habitat
Soils forming on the branches of trees are an overlooked forest habitat
A study on -canopy soils- on old trees in Costa Rica shows they are important habitats and carbon stores that cannot easily be replaced. In certain trees, soils can form along branches and can support varied plant and animal life. However, what conditions these 'canopy soils' form in, and what kind of biodiversity they support, has been difficult to study.

Social Sciences - 16.08.2023

Environment - 16.08.2023

Computer Science - Innovation - 16.08.2023

Health - Environment - 15.08.2023
Government funding to ’revolutionise AI healthcare research’
UKRI announces 13 million funding for artificial intelligence in health, with three projects launched at Imperial College London.

Environment - 14.08.2023
Death tolls from climate disasters will ’balloon’ without investment in Africa’s weather stations
Investment in -hydromet systems- using technologies from AI to SMS would provide a nine-to-one ROI in saved lives and assets across African nations.

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 14.08.2023
China's oldest water pipes were a communal effort
China’s oldest water pipes were a communal effort
A system of ancient ceramic water pipes, the oldest ever unearthed in China, shows that neolithic people were capable of complex engineering feats without the need for a centralised state authority, finds a new study by UCL researchers. In a study published in Nature Water , the archaeological team describe a network of ceramic water pipes and drainage ditches at the Chinese walled site of Pingliangtai dating back 4,000 years to a time known as the Longshan period.

Health - Life Sciences - 11.08.2023
MPs learn about vital cancer research at Glasgow
The University of Glasgow this week welcomed a delegation of politicians to the Wolfson Wohl Cancer Research Centre at the Garscube Campus to showcase the cutting-edge research taking place in the School of Cancer Sciences and the Beatson Institute for Cancer Research.

Pedagogy - Campus - 11.08.2023

Health - Environment - 10.08.2023
Imperial seeks to expand partnerships in Southeast Asia and Africa
Imperial seeks to expand partnerships in Southeast Asia and Africa
Earlier this summer, Imperial's Global Development Hub led exploratory missions to Thailand, the Philippines, Rwanda and Kenya.

Health - Pharmacology - 10.08.2023
Improving access to prehabilitation for cancer patients
1.5 million has been awarded to the Cardiff University's School of Healthcare Sciences to develop inclusive prehabilitation for cancer patients - helping patients to prepare for their treatment.

Social Sciences - 10.08.2023
Expert Comment: Three factors that help beat the odds in Young Lives
Why do some young people 'beat the odds' in life? It is a question a lot of people ask, who are in search of a better life.

Social Sciences - Law - 10.08.2023
Bibby Stockholm - another cruel twist in UK asylum policy?
For individuals forced to flee their homeland and experience the ordeal of stepping onto a smuggler's boat, being 'warehoused' on a barge will be terrifying.

Pedagogy - 10.08.2023
Class of 2023: Third of university starters 'may live at home' this year
Class of 2023: Third of university starters ’may live at home’ this year
Up to 34% of A-level students are considering living at home if they get into their preferred university following results day, finds a new study by researchers at UCL and The Sutton Trust.

Law - 10.08.2023
Analysis: The Post Office scandal is not over yet
Analysis: The Post Office scandal is not over yet
In a piece for The Conversation, Dr Karen Nokes (UCL Laws) and Professor Richard Moorhead of the University of Exeter describe the origins of the Post Office scandal, possibly the largest miscarriage of justice in UK history, and explain why it is ongoing.

Health - Social Sciences - 10.08.2023
Devastating effect of cost-of-living crisis on disabled people revealed
A new report by the Glasgow Centre for Population Health and Glasgow Disability Alliance paints a deeply concerning picture of the impact of the cost-of-living crisis on disabled people.

Health - Pharmacology - 09.08.2023
UCL backed pancreatic cancer therapy cleared for clinical trials
UCL backed pancreatic cancer therapy cleared for clinical trials
A 'tumour-busting' drug developed at UCL, which scientists say could improve the outlook for people with pancreatic cancer, is set to be trialled in patients following U.S regulatory approval.

Pedagogy - Computer Science - 09.08.2023
New project aims to improve children’s performance in STEM subjects
The Turner Kirk Trust is funding an innovative project at the University of Glasgow to make STEM fields more accessible to all.

Social Sciences - Life Sciences - 09.08.2023

Environment - Life Sciences - 09.08.2023

Transport - 09.08.2023
Exterior displays on autonomous vehicles could keep cyclists safe
Digital displays on the exteriors of self-driving cars could help cyclists stay safe on the roads of the future, researchers say. Digital displays on the exteriors of self-driving cars could help cyclists stay safe on the roads of the future, researchers say. Animated representations of virtual drivers, traffic-light-like projections on to the road or even emojis displayed on their surfaces could allow autonomous vehicles to share advance warning of their movements with bike riders.

Health - 09.08.2023
High level of heart attack protein linked to increased risk of death
A high level of troponin - a protein normally used to exclude the possibility of a heart attack in patients with chest pain - may signal a heightened risk of death from any cause within the next few years, even in the absence of known or suspected cardiovascular disease, according to the research published in the journal Heart.

Social Sciences - 08.08.2023
REPHRAIN research underpins government report on smart devices enabling domestic violence
REPHRAIN research underpins government report on smart devices enabling domestic violence
REPHRAIN member and School of Management Professor David Ellis warns of harms of connected technology The UK government's report this week into how smart technology and connected devices are increasi

Transport - Innovation - 08.08.2023
Airport security scanner seeks investors
Airport security scanner seeks investors
A walk-through security scanner that can cut airport passenger queues is seeking to raise investment.
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