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Archive of News

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28 February 2011: Pathway representatives wanted for liberal arts programme

UCL is launching a BASc Arts and Sciences programme for entry in September 2012.

25 February 2011: Christchurch earthquake seminar on 2 March 2011

In response to the Christchurch earthquake, a seminar ‘Understanding Earthquakes’ will be held on Wednesday 2 March, 5–6pm in the Wilkins Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre. More...

25 February 2011: UCL scoops raft of Wellcome Image Awards

UCL researchers have won nearly one-third of this year’s Wellcome Image Awards, which recognise the creators of the most informative, striking and technically excellent images among recent acquisitions to Wellcome Images. More...

23 February 2011: Demographic trends and consumption patterns are threatening the UK environment

UCL researchers have contributed to the Royal Commission report on Environmental Pollution, which calls for a step-change in efforts to reduce consumption and waste generation by individuals and households to protect the UK environment. More...

23 February 2011: New 'thunder-thighs' dinosaur discovered

A new dinosaur named Brontomerus mcintoshi, or "thunder-thighs" after its enormously powerful thigh muscles, has been discovered in Utah, USA. The new species is described in a paper recently published in the journal Acta Palaeontologica Polonica by an international team of scientists from the U.K. and the U.S.

21 February 2011: Award-winning book on France and England’s aggressively intimate relationship

The quintessentially English author Chaucer is more French than most of us realise, argues Ardis Butterfield (UCL English) in her award-winning book The Familiar Enemy (Oxford University Press). More...

18 February 2011: Students sleep rough for Action for Brazil’s Children

A group of UCL students joined volunteers from other London universities to sleep rough for a night to raise money for Action for Brazil's Children (ABC) Trust.

17 February 2011: Brighten up your walls: UCL Picture club meeting – 22 February

Members of UCL staff are invited to join the UCL Picture Club.  More...

15 February 2011: Past Antarctic cooling may help studies of global warming

Research led by Dr Amelia Shevenell (UCL Geography), published in Nature (9 February), shows that the Antarctic Peninsula is one of the fastest-warming places on Earth, experiencing dramatic regional climate change in recent decades, especially during La Niña years.

14 February 2011: New public engagement funding now available

The UCL Public Engagement Unit has new Beacon Bursaries funding available for projects that bring the public and the UCL community together.

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