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Campus - Electroengineering - 23.02.2022

Life Sciences - Campus - 23.02.2022
On the move: Ancient DNA illuminates early Stone Age social networks
On the move: Ancient DNA illuminates early Stone Age social networks
A new analysis of ancient human DNA demonstrates that people moved and chose their reproductive partners along complex social networks that stretched across large swathes of Africa between 80,000 and 20,000 years ago, according to a study co-led by Yale anthropologist Jessica Thompson.

Law - Campus - 23.02.2022
New Berkeley project tracks campaign to curtail reproductive rights
By Gwyneth K. Shaw Berkeley Law's Human Rights Center has exposed war crimes, atrocities, and other international law violations around the globe for nearly 30 years.

Innovation - Campus - 22.02.2022
Ten innovative companies will represent UPF at the 4YFN trade show for entrepreneurs
The University's stand is exhibiting three R&D spin-offs and projects and seven startups in this event, organised as part of the Mobile World Congress.

Administration - Campus - 22.02.2022

Health - Campus - 21.02.2022
Update for students about coronavirus guidance and testing on campus
Update for students about coronavirus guidance and testing on campus
Find out what these changes mean for you and how to continue keeping safe on campus. As coronavirus restrictions are being lifted across England, UCL has updated our guidance on wearing face coverings and the symptom-free testing centre on campus has now closed.

Health - Campus - 21.02.2022
Update for staff about coronavirus guidance and testing on campus
Update for staff about coronavirus guidance and testing on campus
Updates on face coverings and testing guidance, and how to continue keeping safe on campus. As coronavirus restrictions are being lifted across England, UCL has updated our guidance on wearing face coverings and the symptom-free testing centre on campus has now closed.

Campus - 21.02.2022
UNESCO and L’Oréal honour Warwick student as top young female scientist
Warwick Psychology PhD candidate Arij Yehya wins prestigious -L-Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science 2021 Young Talent Award- for the Middle East and North Africa at a ceremony in Dubai Her research ide

Campus - Environment - 18.02.2022

Campus - 18.02.2022
A Netflix for research? Project to turn academic papers into videos could boost students' performance
A Netflix for research? Project to turn academic papers into videos could boost students’ performance
A University of Toronto Scarborough researcher is looking at turning academic research papers into short streaming videos as a way to enhance learning and boost scientific literacy.

Campus - Social Sciences - 18.02.2022

Campus - Innovation - 17.02.2022

Campus - Life Sciences - 17.02.2022

Computer Science - Campus - 16.02.2022
Bell-Western 5G network enabling solutions to real-world challenges
Imagine a rush-hour intersection where a cellular network analyzes vehicles' motion, speed and direction and, in real time, helps drivers avoid collisions.

Campus - Economics / Business - 16.02.2022

Campus - Computer Science - 16.02.2022
Improving water equity in India: Research team one of 17 to receive support from University of Toronto’s Data Sciences Institute
Improving water equity in India: Research team one of 17 to receive support from University of Toronto's Data Sciences Institute A multidisciplinary team at the University of Toronto is developing to