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27 March 2013: UCL PhD researcher strikes gold in Parliament

Joanna Brunker, a PhD student in the UCL Department of Medical Physics and Bioengineering, struck Gold at a competition in the House of Commons, for the excellence of her Biology research, walking away with a £3,000 prize yesterday. More...

27 March 2013: UCL Friends of MSF charity run

On Saturday 16th March 2013, over 300 individuals took to the paths of Regent's Park running either 5km or 10km in aid of Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders). More...

27 March 2013: 10 Bursaries available for Cheltenham Science Festival

The Graduate School is offering ten £600 bursaries for research or taught graduate students to attend The Times Cheltenham Science Festival in Cheltenham from Tuesday 4th to Sunday 9th June 2013. More...

27 March 2013: Study finds strong genetic component to childhood obesity

Childhood body weight is strongly influenced by genes, according to new research published today in the International Journal of Obesity. More...

27 March 2013: Organisation trumps size in primate brain evolution

The evolution of anthropoid primates, including monkeys, apes and humans, over the past 40 million years was largely driven by brain reorganization, and not brain size, according to new research from UCL.  More...

26 March 2013: Call for proposals: UCL–French Embassy science and technology workshops

UCL researchers are invited to submit funding proposals to run collaborative science and/or technology workshops as part of the UCL–French Embassy partnership. More...

26 March 2013: Cancer therapy research to benefit from supercomputer award

UCL researchers studying molecular cancer therapies are using top US supercomputers to accelerate their work. Following a grant from The National Institute of Health, via the US National Resource for Biomedical Supercomputing, the team has been able to progress their work with the American supercomputer ANTON. More...

20 March 2013: UCL and Oxford unite to tackle challenge of sustainable medical innovation

UCL and the University of Oxford have come together to form CASMI - the Centre for the Advancement of Sustainable Medical Innovation. More...

20 March 2013: Studying brain-cooling for birth asphyxia

In high income countries brain cooling is standard treatment for neonatal encephalopathy - unexpected, devastating brain injury due to low oxygen and blood in the baby’s brain at birth. This therapy reduces mortality and disability. More...

20 March 2013: The Bartlett Postgraduate Open Day

The Bartlett Postgraduate Open Day will be held on Wednesday 27 March in the South Cloisters and Garden Room. It is an opportunity for prospective students to meet course directors, faculty academics and current students to find out more about what it's like to study at The Bartlett.  More...

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