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- Nov 14
The process for declaring individual circumstances that Staff feel have affected their ability to research productively during the REF assessment period (2014-2020) is open. Staff who have experienced circumstances that have affected their ability to research productively during the REF assessment period, and, in particular, their ability to produce research outputs at the same rate as other staff, are invited to submit an application to UCL's Staff Circumstances and Appeals Panel (SCAP).
Innovation - Nov 14

Liam is Innovation Development Manager in UCL Innovation & Enterprise. Here he shares with us his work developing partnerships across UCL, his latest project with the UCL Sustainability team and the top spot in the country for excellent beer! - What is your role and what does it involve? - I work in the partnerships team of UCL Innovation & Enterprise.

Veterinary Science - Nov 14

In February of this year, UCL launched a new online reporting tool called Report + Support to make reporting issues of bullying, harassment and sexual misconduct easier. Staff and students can report 'anonymously' or 'contact an advisor' to find out their options for support and resolution.

Innovation - Nov 14

Dr Celia Caulcott, Vice-Provost (Enterprise), writes about the exciting, challenging and rewarding journey in building and growing relationships with industry and innovative partners.

Social Sciences - Nov 13

University reading lists are not representative of the student body and tend towards overrepresentation of white, male and Eurocentric viewpoints, a new study from UCL has found.

Astronomy - Nov 14

'Planetarium: Welcome to the Museum' by UCL astrophysicist Professor Raman Prinja and artist Chris Wormell has been chosen by children as the winning book for the 2019 Royal Society's Young People's Book Prize.

Architecture - Nov 14

Industrial action, affecting services such as cleaning, portering and security, is due to take place for 24 hours over 19-20 November 2019. Business is largely expected to continue as normal and UCL Security will be working to put appropriate arrangements in place in affected buildings.

Health - Nov 13

People exposed to a lifetime of psychosocial adversity may have an impaired ability to produce the dopamine levels needed for coping with acutely stressful situations, according to a new UCL-led study.

Life Sciences - Nov 12

Each time a newborn baby hiccups, it triggers a large wave of brain signals which could help the baby learn how to regulate their breathing, finds a new UCL-led study. The study, published in Clinical Neurophysiology , was based on brain scans of newborn infants.

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