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Environment - Research Management - 12.06.2024 - Today
University of Southampton’s sustainability impact recognised in rankings

Health - Life Sciences - 12.06.2024 - Today
Healthcare services must prepare for a world where Alzheimer's disease is treatable
Healthcare services must prepare for a world where Alzheimer’s disease is treatable
Drugs with the potential to change the course of Alzheimer's disease are expected to be approved by mid-year in the UK. However, healthcare services may need to change to ensure that all patients have equitable access to these new modifying anti-amyloid therapies. People in the UK with early-stage Alzheimer's disease may be suitable for the latest drugs which aim to halt progress of the condition but delivery of these new treatments will require a major restructure to existing dementia services, finds a new study co-led by UCL researchers.

Environment - Health - 12.06.2024 - Today
Researchers awarded £3m for new aquaculture research

Chemistry - Health - 12.06.2024 - Today
Scientists from The University of Warwick win prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry prizes

Health - Pharmacology - 12.06.2024 - Today
Many UK patients unlikely to be suitable for new Alzheimer's drugs when they become available
Many UK patients unlikely to be suitable for new Alzheimer’s drugs when they become available
Few people in the UK with early-stage Alzheimer's disease are likely to be suitable for the latest drugs which aim to halt progress of the condition, yet many are nevertheless likely to be referred for these treatments, finds a new study co-led by UCL researchers.

Chemistry - Materials Science - 12.06.2024 - Today
UCL duo awarded Royal Society of Chemistry prizes
UCL duo awarded Royal Society of Chemistry prizes

Music - 12.06.2024 - Today
Singer Daniel Bedingfield backs using AI to write new music
Singer Daniel Bedingfield backs using AI to write new music

Chemistry - Physics - 12.06.2024 - Today
Scientists win prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry Prizes

Chemistry - Environment - 12.06.2024 - Today
Record number of Imperial academics win Royal Society of Chemistry Prizes

Chemistry - 12.06.2024 - Today
University of Glasgow scientist wins prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry Prize

Research Management - Environment - 12.06.2024 - Today
University of Glasgow ranks 12th in the world in THE Impact rankings

Chemistry - Innovation - 12.06.2024 - Today
Horizon Prize win for developing greener route to Nylon production
Cardiff researchers have been named winners of a prestigious prize which celebrates discoveries and innovations that push the boundaries of science.

Environment - Research Management - 12.06.2024
University of Manchester retains number 1 ranking in the UK, number 1 in Europe and second in the world for social and environmental impact

Health - Pharmacology - 11.06.2024
Glowing dye helps surgeons eradicate prostate cancer
Glowing dye helps surgeons eradicate prostate cancer
A glowing marker dye that sticks to prostate cancer cells could help surgeons to remove them in real-time, according to a study led by the University of Oxford.

History / Archeology - Innovation - 11.06.2024
St Giles' Cathedral Reinvented: Unlocking 900 Years Through Cutting-Edge Gaming  
St Giles’ Cathedral Reinvented: Unlocking 900 Years Through Cutting-Edge Gaming  

Environment - Music - 11.06.2024
Solar-Powered Mobile Music Studio Hits Glasgow’s Streets

Health - 11.06.2024
Community cafés to help people get active
Community cafés to help people get active

Pedagogy - 10.06.2024
Two SALC students bring home top prizes from Chinese Bridge competition finals

Event - 10.06.2024
Methods Fair Success
Methods Fair Success

Health - 10.06.2024
Why using dating apps for public health messaging is an ethical dilemma
Closeup of a man giving a like to the profile of another man in a simulated online dating app on his smartphone Dating apps are not just about finding love or hooking up.

Innovation - 10.06.2024
Attend free research methods event focused on futures

Health - Pharmacology - 10.06.2024
New blood test could prevent sudden child deaths caused by hereditary heart condition
New blood test could prevent sudden child deaths caused by hereditary heart condition
A new blood test that could identify children with a potentially fatal heart condition has been developed by researchers at UCL and Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).

Life Sciences - Health - 10.06.2024
Imperial endorses Culture of Care plan to guide next 10 years of animal research
Imperial endorses Culture of Care plan to guide next 10 years of animal research

Environment - 10.06.2024
Thousands of young people share scientific questions once again this year in the Great Science Share for Schools

Research Management - 10.06.2024
The Open Access Gateway has migrated to the Open Research Tracker

Innovation - Social Sciences - 10.06.2024
Lessons learned from the Arctic to the Andes could help billions get online
Lessons learned from efforts to bring wireless communications technologies to remote areas from the Arctic to the Andes could help widen global access to the benefits of the information age.

Psychology - Health - 10.06.2024
Depressive symptoms may hasten memory decline in older people
Depressive symptoms may hasten memory decline in older people
Depressive symptoms are linked to subsequent memory decline in older people, while poorer memory is also linked to an increase in depressive symptoms later on, according to a new study led by researchers at UCL and Brighton and Sussex Medical School. The study, published in JAMA Network Open , looked at 16 years of longitudinal data from 8,268 adults in England with an average age of 64.

Health - Pharmacology - 10.06.2024
New blood test could prevent sudden child deaths caused by heart condition
New blood test could prevent sudden child deaths caused by heart condition
A new blood test that could identify children with a potentially fatal heart condition has been developed by researchers at UCL and Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).

Linguistics / Literature - 10.06.2024
Library Training and Support Summer 2024

Environment - 09.06.2024
University of Glasgow led project investigates net-zero city living
Professor James White and colleagues in the UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE) have received ESRC funding to investigate how cities can be planned and 'retrofitted' for net-zero living.

Physics - 07.06.2024
Tracking global ocean change and using nuclear energy: News from Imperial 

Health - Campus - 07.06.2024
£10 million gift to propel Imperial’s heart and lung research

Health - Innovation - 07.06.2024
UCL AI tool wins prestigious award

Innovation - Life Sciences - 07.06.2024
Soil power: UK startup Bactery is generating sustainable energy from the earth

Environment - 07.06.2024
Seaweed packaging innovator Kelpi secures £4.35 million in new funding
Seaweed packaging innovator Kelpi secures £4.35 million in new funding

Economics - Politics - 06.06.2024
A Very British industrial policy: Green finance and the City-Bank-Treasury control of Net Zero
A Very British industrial policy: Green finance and the City-Bank-Treasury control of Net Zero

Economics - 06.06.2024
Exploring the North West's Path to Productivity by 2035
Exploring the North West’s Path to Productivity by 2035

Event - 06.06.2024
Engineer receives the Royal Society Research Professorship award
Engineer receives the Royal Society Research Professorship award

Environment - Innovation - 06.06.2024
Spotlight on... Catalina Spataru
Spotlight on... Catalina Spataru

History / Archeology - Economics - 06.06.2024
University of Warwick to restore unique historical Venetian document as part of new Marco Polo International Programme launch

Event - 05.06.2024
ICP student writes about her placement with Creative Manchester

History / Archeology - Environment - 05.06.2024
Documenting the world's largest prehistoric rock art in South America
Documenting the world’s largest prehistoric rock art in South America

Psychology - 05.06.2024
AIs are irrational, but not in the same way that humans are
Large Language Models behind popular generative AI platforms like ChatGPT gave different answers when asked to respond to the same reasoning test and didn't improve when given additional context, finds a new study from researchers at UCL. The study, published in Royal Society Open Science , tested the most advanced Large Language Models (LLMs) using cognitive psychology tests to gauge their capacity for reasoning.

Health - Career - 05.06.2024
Imperial celebrates growing links with Thailand
Imperial celebrates growing links with Thailand

Architecture - 05.06.2024
How to avoid housing scams in your search for student accommodation
How to avoid housing scams in your search for student accommodation

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 05.06.2024
New instrument to search for signs of life on other planets
New instrument to search for signs of life on other planets
The European Southern Observatory (ESO) has signed an agreement for the design and construction of ANDES , the ArmazoNes high Dispersion Echelle Spectrograph.

Law - Campus - 05.06.2024
Response to 'Public Statement on Proposed Amendments to University statutes'
Response to ’Public Statement on Proposed Amendments to University statutes’
(previously called 'Brief on Illiberal Amendments. The University is proposing amendments to its Statute XI on discipline, which will update and clarify policy on serious sexual misconduct.

Health - Pedagogy - 05.06.2024
£4.2 million clinical anatomy and clinical skills facility

Pharmacology - Health - 05.06.2024
Oxford project discovers over 25,000 World War II artefacts and makes them accessible online
Researchers from the University of Oxford will present new exciting data on the R21/Matrix-M malaria vaccine during the 8th Pan-African Malaria Conference, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health (MoH)-Rwanda and the Rwanda Biomedical Centre (RBC).

Research Management - Campus - 05.06.2024
University of Birmingham rises four places in global rankings
University of Birmingham rises four places in global rankings
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