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Career - Administration - 30.04.2021

Law - Administration - 01.04.2021
Opinion: Britain holds on to a colony in Africa, with America’s help
Together, the USA and Britain are sabotaging their own efforts to curb China's advances in the South China Sea, says Professor Philippe Sands (UCL Laws).

Campus - Administration - 01.04.2021

Environment - Administration - 12.03.2021

Administration - 16.02.2021
NHS’ use of management consultants is a harmful habit
The use of paid management consultants in the NHS has become habitual despite its negative impact on efficiency, according to new research.

Administration - 28.01.2021

Health - Administration - 19.01.2021
Successive governments’ approaches to obesity policies have destined them to fail, say researchers
Government obesity policies in England over the past three decades have largely failed because of problems with implementation, lack of learning from past successes or failures, and a reliance on trying to persuade individuals to change their behaviour rather than tackling unhealthy environments.

Administration - Environment - 12.01.2021

Criminology / Forensics - Administration - 18.12.2020
Opinion: Can actions of undercover police who had relationships with targets ever be justified?
An inquiry into undercover police who had sexual relationships with their targets is finally underway, but Dr Paul McFarlane (UCL Security & Crime Science) asks: can their actions ever be justified?

Criminology / Forensics - Administration - 10.12.2020

Administration - 30.11.2020
Analysis: We need to talk about referendums, north and south, on Irish unification
A referendum on Irish unification - a so-called border poll - might happen in the coming years. The government doesn't want one, but may have little choice, says Dr Alan Renwick (UCL Constitution Unit).

Administration - 05.11.2020

Health - Administration - 15.10.2020
Lockdown or not, personality predicts your likelihood of staying home during the pandemic
Despite more of the population staying at home as government policies on COVID-19 become stricter, a study has found that a person's personality influences how likely they are to stay at home during the pandemic - and cannot be entirely overridden.

Administration - 28.09.2020
Analysis: What’s the secret of modern monarchy’s survival?
Professor Robert Hazell and Dr Bob Morris (UCL Constitution Unit) write an op-ed on the findings from their new book, The Role of Monarchy in Modern Democracy: European Monarchies Compared, which discusses the royal family in modern society.

Economics / Business - Administration - 21.08.2020

Administration - 15.07.2020
Why better guidance on school PE is needed
Since lockdown began in England, children have become increasing sedentary with one in fourteen children reported to be doing no daily exercise.

Health - Administration - 15.07.2020
About 5000 heart attack sufferers in England missed out on hospital treatment due to the pandemic
The number of admissions to hospital with heart attacks fell by 35% by the end of March.

Administration - 13.07.2020
Opinion: Energy and morality are key pieces in high-consequence game for UK and China
Dr Paul Dorfman (UCL Energy Institute) and Professor Jeffrey Henderson discuss the controversial Hinckley Point C nuclear project and urge for the cancellation of the Sizewell and Bradwell nuclear plans in order to limit the Chinese Government's influence in global nuclear power.

Health - Administration - 07.07.2020
Opinion: Reducing barriers to data access for research in the public interest-lessons from covid-19
In a joint letter, Research Fellow Francesca Cavallaro, Associate Professor Katie Harron (both UCL GOS Institute of Child Health) and their colleagues explain how the Covid-19 pandemic has generated an urgency to improve data access.

Administration - 07.07.2020
Minister visits University of Birmingham to mark Government’s launch of R&D roadmap
Amanda Solloway MP, the Minister for Science, Research and Innovation recently visited the University of Birmingham to mark the launch of the Government's R&D roadmap and find out more about Birmingham's COVID-19 research.

Administration - Pedagogy - 07.07.2020

Health - Administration - 03.07.2020
Team will transform bowel cancer screening into a precision medicine tool using AI
Glasgow team will transform bowel cancer screening into a precision medicine tool using AI The University of Glasgow, in collaboration with the NHS and Scottish tech companies, will lead a 3.

Administration - Art and Design - 02.07.2020

Economics / Business - Administration - 02.07.2020

Administration - 05.06.2020
Opinion: the learning of scientific advisers is the other curve to consider
Policymakers around the world are relying on the expertise of scientists to help make decisions around the COVID-19 pandemic.

Environment - Administration - 27.05.2020
New policy priority tool to supercharge sustainable development
A pioneering policy priority tool for tracking progress towards the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), has been developed by UCL in collaboration with a UK-Mexico team.

Health - Administration - 17.05.2020

Health - Administration - 01.05.2020
Opinion: Giving scientific advice to government during a crisis
Covid-19 has drawn attention to the role that science and expert advice plays in policymaking during an emergency, writes Professor Brian Collins (UCL Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering) in an article co-authored with Kieron Flanagan from the University of Manchester.
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