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Innovation - Administration - 23.01.2020

Administration - 22.01.2020
UofG research will look at the worldwide map of contemporary Burns Suppers
He is Scotland's national bard and an iconic Scottish figure known around the world. And every year on the birthday of Robert Burns - 25 January - we celebrate his life and enduring legacy with haggis, whisky and poetry.

Administration - 16.01.2020
Police platform patrols create ’phantom effect’ that cuts crime in Tube stations
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Administration - 20.12.2019

Social Sciences - Administration - 18.12.2019
Deprivation strongly linked to hospital admissions
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Administration - 12.12.2019

Computer Science - Administration - 11.12.2019

Administration - Career - 10.12.2019

Administration - 10.12.2019
Science opportunities give young people the chance to explore their heritage following funding success
Hundreds of young people from an area facing social and economic challenges are to embark on a journey of scientific discovery into the past.

Administration - 02.12.2019
Vote on Johnson’s Brexit deal may be quickest and most legitimate referendum option
With another referendum potentially on the cards following the election, a public vote on Johnson's deal may be the quickest and most legitimate option, according to a new UCL report in collaboration with The UK in a Changing Europe.

Administration - 26.11.2019
Online hate speech report launched
A new report addressing the nature, scale and impact of online abuse has been launched by Cardiff University in collaboration with leading law firm Mishcon de Reya.

Health - Administration - 20.11.2019
New survey reveals 20.3 million people in the UK have a scar
The Scar Free Foundation is the only medical research charity which focuses solely on scarring, and today [20 November] announced plans to establish the world's largest cohort of children with burns, in partnership with University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust (UH Bristol).

Administration - 07.11.2019

Administration - 05.11.2019
Protecting UK’s global research position is key priority
Protecting and strengthening the UK's leading international position in a globally competitive research and innovation environment is a top priority outlined in a new report for UK Government, co-authored by UCL's Professor Graeme Reid.

Administration - 01.11.2019

Social Sciences - Administration - 31.10.2019
Getting Better at Doing Good: A Toolkit for Measuring NGO Progress
A Cardiff University academic has launched an innovative toolkit that will help non-government organisations (NGOs) to measure the effectiveness of their work.

Administration - 30.10.2019

Life Sciences - Administration - 24.10.2019

Innovation - Administration - 21.10.2019

Administration - Economics - 09.10.2019

Administration - Health - 07.10.2019
Scientists awarded 1.25 million to study antimicrobial use and resistance in Argentinian farms
What drives the risks of antimicrobial resistance in Argentinian livestock farms' How can these risks be minimised through effective regulation?

Administration - 01.10.2019
Fatal flaws in UK Government’s price of a life
The measurement by which the UK Government attaches a monetary value to saving a human life is invalid and should be overhauled, according to Professor of Risk Management at the University of Bristol, Philip Thomas.

Administration - 30.09.2019

Administration - 18.09.2019
Quarter of teachers in England report 60-hour working week
One in four teachers work more than 60 hours a week and many work in the evenings, despite successive government promises to reduce their hours, according to a new UCL-led study.

Health - Administration - 11.09.2019
Top doctors release new guidance on how to stay fit and healthy
The UK's top doctors are recommending over-65s take up dancing, bowls or even activities like tai chi to help stave off injury and illness in old age.