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13 February 2014: Mathematical beauty activates same brain region as great art or music

People who appreciate the beauty of mathematics activate the same part of their brain when they look at aesthetically pleasing formula as others do when appreciating art or music, suggesting that there is a neurobiological basis to beauty. More...

12 February 2014: €3.5m to improve diagnosis of balance disorders

GPs and other doctors will be equipped with a new, online information system to help diagnose and treat a range of balance disorders, thanks to €3.5m European Union funding for EMBalance. More...

12 February 2014: IOE and UCL to consult on proposed merger

The Institute of Education (IOE) and UCL today announced that they are to begin consultation on a proposed merger. More...

12 February 2014: Safer and more sustainable materials for manufacturing

A £10.3 million grant has been awarded to researchers today by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to find safer, more sustainable materials for manufacturing. More...

7 February 2014: World class study in London exhibition - Singapore

Singapore students interested in studying in London will be able to meet with representatives from four of London’s top universities – UCL, Imperial College London, King’s College London and SOAS as part of the World Class Study in London tour. More...

6 February 2014: Brain asymmetry improves processing of sensory information

Fish that have symmetric brains show defects in processing information about sights and smells, according to the results of a new study into how asymmetry in the brain affects processing of sensory information. More...

6 February 2014: UCL to benefit from £8.9m medical bioinformatics grant

The Minister for Science and Universities, the Rt Hon David Willetts, announced today that the Medical Research Council (MRC) has made an investment of £8.9 million to a consortium of institutions, comprising UCL, Queen Mary University of London, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, the Francis Crick Institute, the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and the European Bioinformatics Institute. More...

6 February 2014: Youngest ever Citrus Saturday entrepreneurs take to selling on UCL campus

Pupils from Holy Trinity Primary School in London’s Camden learnt the ropes of entrepreneurship when they set up lemonade stands across the campus of UCL last Thursday (30th January 2014). More...

6 February 2014: UCL and Big Data: funding announcement

UCL is involved in a number of projects under the £73 million ‘Big Data’ initiative announced today by the Minister for Universities and Science, David Willetts MP. More...

3 February 2014: Germany's economic resurgence due to decentralised wage bargaining rather than Hartz reforms: new research

The astonishing transformation of the German economy from the ‘sick man of Europe’ to a lean and highly competitive economy is predominantly due to the decentralisation of wage bargaining rather than government labour market reforms, according to new research led by UCL. More...

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