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Archive of News

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16 August 2013: The secret of male beauty (in turkeys)

The essence of male beauty is down to the way males use their genes rather than what genes they have, according to a new study into the sexual attractiveness of turkeys. More...

15 August 2013: Prestigious NIHR Research Professorship awarded to Persis Amrolia

Following an extremely competitive application process, Persis Amrolia of the UCL Institute of Child Health has been awarded a prestigious National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) Research Professorship. More...

15 August 2013: David Willetts visits UCL Mullard Space Science Laboratory

David Willetts, Minister of State for Universities and Science, visited UCL’s Mullard Space Science Laboratory on Tuesday 13 August. More...

15 August 2013: Magnetic star reveals its hidden power

A team of astronomers including two researchers from UCL’s Mullard Space Science Laboratory has made the first ever measurement of the magnetic field at a specific spot on the surface of a magnetar.

15 August 2013: All 2013 entry undergraduate degree programmes full at UCL

UCL is pleased to announce that it has filled all its places for 2013 entry to its undergraduate degree programmes. There are no places available in Clearing or Adjustment.

13 August 2013: Christine does it again

400m runner Christine Ohuruogu (UCL Linguistics 2005) has won her second gold medal at the World Athletics championship in Moscow. More...

12 August 2013: Genetic mutations linked to Parkinson's disease

Researchers have discovered how genetic mutations linked to Parkinson’s disease might play a key role in the death of brain cells, potentially paving the way for the development of more effective drug treatments. More...

12 August 2013: New treatment may work with folic acid to prevent neural tube defects like spina bifida

Researchers at the UCL Institute of Child Health (ICH) are investigating a new treatment that could work alongside folic acid to boost its effectiveness and prevent a greater proportion of neural tube defects – such as spina bifida – in early pregnancy.

9 August 2013: Portrait of a Young Woman to be included in Art Everywhere

UCL Art museum is proud to announce that Portrait of a Young Woman, a painting from our collection by artist Winifred Knights, will be included in Art Everywhere, a vast exhibition of the nation's favourite British art that will go on display on thousands of poster and billboard sites across the UK, from 12-25 August 2013. More...

9 August 2013: Sarah Douglas Hardship Fund is launched

By John Braime: Last December, our friend and colleague Sarah Douglas died following a ten month battle with cancer. Sarah worked at UCLU between 1988 and 2006 and dedicated her time to improving the welfare of UCL students in many different ways.

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