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Health - Dec 2
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) has awarded $1m (£750,000) to a team from UCL and the European Synchotron Radiation Facility (ESRF), as part of a global initiative to advance deep tissue imaging to provide new insights into health and the nature of diseases such as COVID-19. Professor Peter Lee (UCL Mechanical Engineering) and Professor Rebecca Shipley (UCL Institute of Healthcare Engineering) together with Dr Paul Tafforeau (ESRF) are leading the imaging research project, which will enable cellular-level imaging anywhere in whole organisms, including human organs.
Campus - Dec 2

Student journalist Sophia Saeed tuned into this Lunch Hour Lecture event, which saw Professor Michael Arthur in conversation with Dame Professor Hazel Genn, about his seven and a half years as Provost of UCL.

Social Sciences - Dec 2

UCL is leading a £2m collaboration, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), to better exploit the power of policy and research to help mitigate the biggest social impacts of COVID-19 and accelerate the UK's recovery.

Economics - Dec 2

The Experimental Laboratory for Finance and Economics (ELFE) in the Department of Economics at UCL is looking for students to participate in our experiments. Participants are paid at the end of each experiment.

Religions - Dec 1

It is important for schools to address sensitive topics such as radicalisation, but it is also crucial that teachers are given the training and support necessary to do so in the right way, says PhD candidate Jonathan James (UCL Institute of Education).

Social Sciences - Nov 30

Women with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are nearly seven times more likely than other women to die by suicide, according to a new study led by UCL researchers. The study of over 3 million people in Sweden, published in The Journal of Affective Disorders , found a similar but weaker relationship among men, who were four times more likely to die by suicide if they had a prior PTSD diagnosis.

Pharmacology - Dec 2

There is still a long way to go to deliver on the promise of a universal, freely available "people's vaccine", argue Professor Mariana Mazzucato, Henry Lishi Li and Els Torreele (All UCL Institute for Innovation & Public Purpose).

Social Sciences - Dec 2

UCL is leading a £2m collaboration, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), to better exploit the power of policy and research to help mitigate the biggest social impacts of COVID-19 and accelerate the UK's recovery.

Campus - Dec 2

Applications are open for a paid opportunity to work with a leading academic and have a real-world impact while developing your research and leadership skills. Are you a first year undergraduate student, passionate about research? Ready to solve real-world problems?  If you're a leader in the making, read on...

Administration - Nov 30

A referendum on Irish unification - a so-called border poll - might happen in the coming years. The government doesn't want one, but may have little choice, says Dr Alan Renwick (UCL Constitution Unit).

Environment - Nov 30

A rare and endangered UK wetland plant has been found in Norfolk after more than a century in hiding, report UCL researchers. In July a survey team from UCL's Department of Geography discovered the flowering plant, known as Grass-Poly, at a farmland pond restored by the Norfolk Ponds Project back in February 2020.




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