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29 October 2012: Science and Technology Studies YouTube Channel

Details of the diverse and exciting range of modules offered by the UCL Science and Technology Studies department are now available on the "STSUCL" YouTube Channel or on the departmental website at www.ucl.ac.uk/sts/hpsc. More...

23 October 2012: UCL Behaviour Change Month – November 2012

UCL Behaviour Change Month in November 2012 will comprise a series of cross-disciplinary talks, discussions and workshops, and lead up to a £10,000 research prize workshop in January 2013. More...

9 October 2012: £4.3m awarded for experimental particle physics

The UCL High Energy Physics (HEP) research group in UCL Physics & Astronomy has been awarded £4,340,016 from the Science & Technology Facilities Council (STFC) for experimental particle physics research through to 2016. More...

5 October 2012: UCL Mullard Space Science lab to train ESA staff

UCL’s Mullard Space Science Laboratory (MSSL) has won a major 3-5 year contract to provide project management training to the next generation of project managers at the European Space Agency (ESA). More...

5 October 2012: UCL Discovery downloads surpass 2m

The total number of papers, reports and PhD dissertations downloaded from UCL Discovery, the university’s Open Access repository, surpassed 2,000,000 during September 2012. More...

2 October 2012: MAPS Faculty Mechanical Workshop Facilities

The MAPS Faculty Mechanical Workshop Facilities are under review and we would appreciate your input. We have compiled a short questionnaire that will take less than 1 minute to complete if you do not use the facility and up to 10 minutes if you do.

1 October 2012: Loopholes discovered in Sun’s magnetic belt

The mystery surrounding how an electrically charged solar wind can be unleashed from around the Sun’s equator – an area where strong magnetic fields should strap it to the surface – has been solved by an international team of researchers. More...

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