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Health - Psychology - 23.02.2024 - Today
Nearly 10 million households in crisis due to health inequity from cold homes

Health - Environment - 23.02.2024 - Today
Researchers making significant contributions in European projects
Researchers making significant contributions in European projects
Researchers continue to make major contributions to some of Europe's biggest research projects through Horizon Europe.

Computer Science - Environment - 23.02.2024 - Today
Ambitious goals for Dawn - the UK’s fastest AI supercomputer
How the UK's fastest AI supercomputer is supporting goals in clean energy, personalised medicine and climate.

Environment - 22.02.2024
Shimmering seaweeds and algae antennae: sustainable energy solutions under the sea
Shimmering seaweeds and algae antennae: sustainable energy solutions under the sea
How could tiny antennae attached to tiny algae speed up the transition away from fossil fuels? This is one of the questions being studied by Cambridge researchers as they search for new ways to decarb

Innovation - Computer Science - 22.02.2024
UK's first master's degree in applying AI tools to engineering and design is open for applications
UK’s first master’s degree in applying AI tools to engineering and design is open for applications

Psychology - Health - 22.02.2024
Empowering Autistic Teens: New Clinician Advice for Navigating Chronic Pain
Empowering Autistic Teens: New Clinician Advice for Navigating Chronic Pain
New guidance from The University of Bath could help autistic adolescents living with chronic pain, get better treatment.

Innovation - Health - 22.02.2024
Imperial's Hong Kong connections celebrated
Imperial’s Hong Kong connections celebrated

Health - Psychology - 22.02.2024
Postnatal depression and marginalised women: Shocking revelations from University of Warwick researchers
A new study from the University of Warwick exposes the stark disparities within society that have long supressed the voices of marginalised women dealing with postnatal depression. Titled "The Last Taboo of Motherhood?", and funded by the Wellcome Trust, the project sheds light on how societal structures have stigmatised working-class, unmarried, teenage, disabled, lesbian, and ethnic minority mothers in the delivery of maternity care and responses to maternal mental health throughout the 20 century.

Innovation - 22.02.2024
Improved travel booking process for UCL staff and students now live
Improved travel booking process for UCL staff and students now live

Innovation - 22.02.2024
Experts call for responsible use of generative AI in adult social care

Environment - Career - 22.02.2024
Spotlight on... Mark Maslin
Spotlight on... Mark Maslin

Event - 22.02.2024
World’s leading Burns scholars are recognised at Buckingham Palace

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 22.02.2024
Newly born neutron star detected in nearby supernova
Newly born neutron star detected in nearby supernova
An international team of astronomers including UCL's Professor Mike Barlow has discovered the first conclusive evidence that a neutron star exists at the centre of Supernova 1987A, a star explosion observed 37 years ago. Supernovae are the spectacular end result of the collapse of stars more massive than 8-10 times the mass of the sun.

Campus - Career - 22.02.2024
Future graduates will pay more in loan repayments and the poorest will be worst affected
Future graduates will pay more in loan repayments and the poorest will be worst affected

Campus - Career - 22.02.2024
Opinion: Future graduates will pay more in student loans - and the poorest will be worst affected

Health - Pharmacology - 22.02.2024
Small Animal Hospital launches new facility for cancer treatment
A new Varian Vital Beam linear accelerator is offering cutting-edge treatments to extend the life of animals affected by cancer.

Environment - Innovation - 21.02.2024
Imperial celebrates vital ties with Malaysia
Imperial celebrates vital ties with Malaysia

Innovation - Transport - 21.02.2024
New national initiative educates public on automated vehicles (AVs)

Chemistry - Innovation - 21.02.2024
Top prize for game-changing technology with potential to transform water treatment in the UK and across the world
Top prize for game-changing technology with potential to transform water treatment in the UK and across the world

Social Sciences - Politics - 21.02.2024
Divided societies and coexistence: reflections from the Impartial Chairs' trip to Northern Ireland
Divided societies and coexistence: reflections from the Impartial Chairs’ trip to Northern Ireland

Health - 21.02.2024
UCL statement on Student Group Claim
UCL statement on Student Group Claim

Earth Sciences - 21.02.2024
Racial disparities in the application of welfare sanctions in England
Ethnic minority claimants living in rural areas of England are more likely to face sanctions when claiming Jobseeker's Allowance compared to their White counterparts. Academics from Cardiff University used Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) data to analyse the total number of sanction and referral decisions made in each local authority (LA) for different ethnic groups over a period of seven years.

Event - Campus - 21.02.2024
UCL Graduations 2024: Platform Party registration is now open!

Campus - Event - 21.02.2024
Postgraduate Scholarship Reception 2024
Postgraduate Scholarship Reception 2024

Civil Engineering - 20.02.2024
Henrik Ernstson and his co-authors have won the 2023 International Journal of Urban and Regional Research prize for Best Article

Civil Engineering - 20.02.2024
Henrik Ernston and his co-authors have won the 2023 International Journal of Urban and Regional Research prize for Best Article

Health - Life Sciences - 20.02.2024
Regius Professor of Medicine, Sir John Bell, to step down from Oxford role

Economics - Research Management - 20.02.2024
Re-framing the picture: Gender equity policy in the film industries
A new report unveils groundbreaking insights into gender equity policy in the film industries. The Gender Equity Policy (GEP) Analysis project has released its findings in the industry report Re-Frami

Astronomy / Space - 20.02.2024
Why do we need leap years? Astrophysicists explain this month’s extra date

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 20.02.2024
Imperial-built instrument jets off to NASA ahead of major solar wind mission
Imperial-built instrument jets off to NASA ahead of major solar wind mission
An instrument built by Imperial physicists is on its way to be fitted onto NASA's Interstellar Mapping and Acceleration Probe (IMAP) spacecraft.

Social Sciences - Environment - 20.02.2024
Funding to tackle challenges facing Wales’ rural communities

Agronomy / Food Science - Environment - 20.02.2024
Potassium in soil is running low, threatening global food security - study proposes way out
Potassium in soil is running low, threatening global food security - study proposes way out
Comment: Potassium in soil is running low, threatening global food security - study proposes way out Low potassium levels in soils around the world could pose a threat to global food production, writ

Environment - History / Archeology - 20.02.2024
Medieval Glasgow heritage site to be heated using energy from the Clyde
Medieval Glasgow heritage site to be heated using energy from the Clyde

Environment - 19.02.2024
Opinion: Jo Brand translated my science - I'm certain comedy can connect people to climate change
Opinion: Jo Brand translated my science - I’m certain comedy can connect people to climate change

Event - Computer Science - 19.02.2024
Romanes Lecture: ’Godfather of AI’ speaks about the risks of artificial intelligence

Politics - 19.02.2024
Analysis: Five reasons why Trump's Republican opponents were never going to beat him
Analysis: Five reasons why Trump’s Republican opponents were never going to beat him

Event - Linguistics / Literature - 19.02.2024
Celebrated writer, Ali Smith, to be awarded the Bodley Medal at the Oxford Literary Festival, 2024

Mathematics - Health - 19.02.2024
New Cambridge-developed resources help students learn how maths can help tackle infectious diseases
Cambridge mathematicians have developed a set of resources for students and teachers that will help them understand how maths can help tackle infectious diseases.

Mathematics - Health - 19.02.2024
New Cambridge-developed resources bring infectious diseases into the maths classroom
Cambridge mathematicians have developed a set of resources for students and teachers that will help them understand how maths can help tackle infectious diseases.

Environment - Economics - 19.02.2024
Pyrolysis tech could improve life in rural India
New study shows how pyrolysis tech could improve life in rural India A new approach to waste management could help villages in rural India cut indoor air pollution, improve soil health, and generate clean power.

Environment - Campus - 19.02.2024
UCL's 'Love Your Planet' symposium showcases efforts to fight climate change
UCL’s ’Love Your Planet’ symposium showcases efforts to fight climate change

Agronomy / Food Science - Environment - 19.02.2024
Can chickpeas and lentils grow in the UK? Scientists calling for schools to help find out
School children are being invited to help scientists find out if chickpeas, lentils, and other types of legumes could be grown in the UK. Scientists at the University of Southampton say that growing legumes in the UK could help to boost food security as our climate warms. Climate change is already impacting food staples like wheat and maize in the UK and other countries.

Pharmacology - Health - 19.02.2024
Huge delays in dealing with complaints against UK drug companies, investigation finds
Huge delays in dealing with complaints against UK drug companies, investigation finds

Life Sciences - Paleontology - 19.02.2024
Little African duckbill dinosaurs provide evidence of an unlikely ocean crossing
Little African duckbill dinosaurs provide evidence of an unlikely ocean crossing
New species of duckbill dinosaur found in Africa indicates they were diverse, with at least three species inhabiting north Africa at the end of the Cretaceous.

Event - 16.02.2024
Denise Osborn awarded the annual Royal Economics Society Medal

Economics - 16.02.2024
Noam Yuchtman to give the inaugural Arthur Lewis Lab Hajnal Lecture

Innovation - Economics - 16.02.2024
Soft prosthetics startup Koalaa raises nearly £1 million from investors
Soft prosthetics startup Koalaa raises nearly £1 million from investors

Health - Life Sciences - 16.02.2024
Bacteria evolution and rent-free scholarships: News from the College
Bacteria evolution and rent-free scholarships: News from the College
Here's a batch of fresh news and announcements from across Imperial. From a partnership to provide accommodation scholarships for care experienced and estranged students, to research on how arthropods could adapt to climate change, here is some quick-read news from across Imperial. Rent-free scholarships Imperial has partnered with the Unite Foundation to support three accommodation scholarships for care experienced and estranged undergraduate students starting in the 2024/25 academic year.

Health - Psychology - 16.02.2024
Mental health needs of young people with language disorder are being neglected
There is an urgent need to address inequality in health services, especially mental health provision, for young people with developmental language disorder (DLD), argue a team led by UCL researchers.

Pedagogy - 16.02.2024
Support for students who are care-experienced or estranged
Support for students who are care-experienced or estranged
UCL Accommodation is committed to supporting students who are care-experienced or estranged, and we encourage students to apply for accommodation in our Halls.
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