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UCL backs innovative science projects with new funds

Seven science and engineering-based projects involving UCL academics have been awarded funding with a total value of £225,493 under the EPSRC Impact Acceleration Account’s Knowledge Exchange and Innovation (KE&I) scheme.

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UCL innovator lauded for pioneering cancer treatment

Pioneering research into cancer treatment conducted by a clinical haematologist at UCL has been recognised by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC).

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UCL launches academic collaboration with Egypt’s New Giza University

UCL and New Giza University have launched an academic collaboration to support colleagues from the NGU Faculty of Health Sciences to develop and deliver high quality undergraduate medicine, dentistry and pharmacy programmes in the Cairo region.  

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UCL awarded Gold Small Business Charter Award

The Small Business Charter, an award bringing together world-class business schools and their parent institutions with the small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) community across the UK, is pleased to announce that UCL (University College London) has been granted a Gold Award after a rigorous assessment.

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UCL & Vodafone launch training for a new generation in regulation and public policy

UCL is working with Vodafone to design, develop and deliver a specialised, professionally-orientated education programme. As part of Vodafone's Academy for Governance and Policy the programme aims to equip those in developing countries with education and qualifications to help raise industry standards in various regulated markets.

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UCL scientist wins £1.87m grant to investigate challenges posed by autonomous cars together with a team of engineers from Cranfield University

Professor Nilli Lavie from UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience teamed up with engineering experts from Cranfield University and their interdisciplinary project was awarded a £1.87 million grant to research into some of the challenges posed by autonomous cars. The team was one of five research projects that will take part in a new £11 million research programme to develop fully autonomous vehicles, jointly funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and Jaguar Land Rover.

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