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2006-09-05T09:42:09Z
New director for the London Centre for Nanotechnology
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1549
We
are pleased to announce that Professor Andrew Fisher has been appointed as UCL's co-director at the London Centre for Nanotechnology.
Sarah L Collins
2015-10-08T14:47:06Z
UK astronomers reach deep into space and time
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1548
A three-dimensional map of the Universe, reaching deeper in space and
time than any yet made, is to be produced by an international team of 200
scientists, including leading astronomers from the UK.
Oli Usher
2015-09-21T15:58:37Z
Europlanet 2020 Research Infrastructure launches new era of planetary collaboration in Europe
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1547
A €9.95 million project to integrate and support
planetary science activities across Europe has been launched.
Oli Usher
2015-09-15T09:37:26Z
Mathematics students to turn time backwards...
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1546
Anna Lambert and Oliver Southwick - both PhD students in UCL Mathematics - will be taking fluid dynamics to the Spark Festival this bank holiday weekend (30-31 August).
Oli Usher
2015-08-28T14:19:41Z
Graduation 2015
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1545
The 2015 cohort of students from the faculty graduated this week.
Oli Usher
2015-08-28T09:46:00Z
Nanotechnology to leverage infections and antibiotic sensing
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1544
Miniaturized tests can revolutionize the speed of diagnosing
diseases, according to new research from UCL.
Oli Usher
2015-08-21T11:47:20Z
Astronomers discover the most distant galaxy in the Universe
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1543
An international team of
astrophysicists has successfully measured the most distant galaxy ever recorded,
by observing its characteristic hydrogen signature in the early Universe.
Oli Usher
2015-08-05T17:04:16Z
Jon Butterworth shortlisted for popular science book prize
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1542
Prof Jon Butterworth, head of UCL Physics & Astronomy, has been shortlisted for this year's Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books.
Oli Usher
2015-08-05T14:14:37Z
In memoriam: Bruce Swinyard
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1540
Today at 12pm, UCL lowered its flag in memory of Prof Bruce Swinyard (UCL Physics & Astronomy), who died after a long illness in May.
Oli Usher
2015-07-22T08:24:32Z
Cool summer of 2013 boosted Arctic sea ice
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/news-articles/0715/200715-arctic-sea-ice-volume
The volume of Arctic sea ice increased by a third after the summer of
2013 as the unusually cool air temperatures prevented the ice from melting,
according to UCL and University of Leeds scientists. This suggests that the ice
pack in the Northern hemisphere is more sensitive to changes in summer melting
than it is to winter cooling, a finding which will help researchers to predict
future changes in its volume.
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Rebecca L Caygill
2015-07-20T15:36:28Z
Revealed: positronium’s behaviour in particle billiards
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1539
Collision physics can be like a game of billiards. Yet in
the microscopic world, the outcome of the game is hard to predict.
Oli Usher
2015-07-06T15:37:14Z
A new blueprint for quantum computing with photons
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1541
Quantum computers promise a step change in
computational power for some important problems, such as the simulation of the
properties of solid materials and chemical reactions.
Oli Usher
2015-07-09T15:40:53Z
Faculty teaching award winners announced
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1538
We are delighted to announce this year's winners of the Faculty of Mathematical & Physical Sciences Teaching Awards.
Oli Usher
2015-07-03T08:50:56Z
UCL scientists recognised in IOP awards
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1537
Two UCL scientists, Geoff Thornton and Chris Pickard, have been recognised in this year's Institute of Physics awards.
Oli Usher
2015-07-01T10:20:18Z
Winners of first UCL physics hackathon announced
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1536
PhD students from UCL Physics & Astronomy took part in
the department’s first ‘hackathon’ last week. In this competition, students
representing the department’s five research groups competed to complete projects
in just two days.
Oli Usher
2015-06-22T14:12:06Z
Titan’s atmosphere even more Earth-like than previously thought
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1535
Scientists at
UCL have observed how a widespread polar wind is driving gas from the
atmosphere of Saturn’s moon Titan.
Oli Usher
2015-06-18T14:02:48Z
ESA shortlists three space missions with major UCL contributions
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1534
The European Space Agency has announced the shortlisted
proposals for its next mid-sized science mission.
Oli Usher
2015-06-17T09:50:41Z
Seeing elements transform at the atomic scale for the first time
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1533
Atoms of one chemical
element morphing into another have been observed for the first time.
Oli Usher
2015-06-15T15:05:29Z
New calculations to improve carbon dioxide monitoring from space
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/news-articles/0615/150615-CO-monitoring
How light of different colours is absorbed by carbon dioxide
(CO 2 ) can now be accurately predicted using new calculations
developed by a UCL-led team of scientists. This will help climate scientists
studying Earth’s greenhouse gas emissions to better interpret data collected
from satellites and ground stations measuring CO 2 .
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Rebecca L Caygill
2015-06-15T08:58:05Z
Three Minute Thesis winners
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1532
The Faculty's inaugural Three Minute Thesis competition was held on 10 June. In this competition, PhD students present their research topic in three minutes or less, with the best talks winning prizes.
Oli Usher
2015-06-11T11:50:12Z
SMILE space mission passes first hurdle
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/news-articles/0615/040615-SMILE-mission
A space mission called SMILE (Solar Wind Magnetosphere
Ionosphere Link Explorer) which is jointly led by UCL and the Chinese National
Space Science Center has received the go-ahead for an initial study phase this
summer by the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Chinese Academy of Sciences
(CAS).
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Rebecca L Caygill
2015-06-04T09:47:30Z
Understanding space weather's threat to the finance industry
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1531
The risk that space weather poses to our daily lives has
become more prominent in recent years.
Oli Usher
2015-06-03T15:45:18Z
Magnetar near supermassive black hole delivers surprises
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1530
In 2013, astronomers announced they had discovered a
magnetar exceptionally close to the supermassive black hole at the centre of
the Milky Way using a suite of space-borne telescopes including NASA’s Chandra
X-ray Observatory.
Oli Usher
2015-05-14T15:00:11Z
Raman Prinja shortlisted for Royal Society book prize
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1529
Raman Prinja, professor of astrophysics in UCL Physics & Astronomy, has been shortlisted for the Royal Society Young People's Book Prize.
Oli Usher
2015-05-14T13:12:56Z
Fundamental physics solves the riddle of Earth’s magnetic core
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mathematical-physical-sciences/maps-news-publication/maps1528
Resistance
caused by electrons bouncing off each other in Earth’s molten iron core is
essential to explain how the planet’s protective magnetic field is generated,
say researchers at UCL, the Carnegie Institution for Science and Rutgers
University, USA.
Oli Usher
2015-05-11T15:55:27Z