Archive of UCL News

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29 October 2010: From 3 by 5 to 0 by 15: HIV treatment in rural South Africa

Shivani Singh, a doctoral candidate at the UCL Centre for International Health and Development, discusses the latest research and views on HIV in South Africa presented at a UCL Global Health symposium on 20 October. More...

28 October 2010: UCL brings Andromeda galaxy into focus

UCL space scientists have brought Andromeda Galaxy, the most distant object visible to the naked eye, into focus with the highest-ever resolution ultraviolet image of this most famous external galaxy. More...

28 October 2010: UCL to support heritage in the Gulf with Qatari campus – UCL-Q

UCL will become the first British university to open a campus in Doha, Qatar, following an agreement signed today by UCL, Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development and Qatar Museums Authority (QMA).
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28 October 2010: UCL to support heritage in the Gulf with Qatari campus

UCL will become the first British university to open a campus in Doha, Qatar, following an agreement signed today by UCL, Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development and Qatar Museums Authority (QMA).
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28 October 2010: What does UCL Q mean for staff and students?

Thilo Rehren, Professor for Archaeological Materials and Technologies within the UCL Institute of Archaeology, has been one of the leaders of the development for UCL Q, particularly concerning the content and focus of its academic programmes. He talks more about the new campus and what it means for UCL. More...

27 October 2010: Research images as art

The UCL Graduate School is once again inviting entries for its annual cross-disciplinary competition and exhibition ‘Research Images as Art / Art Images as Research’.
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26 October 2010: Internet and e-rights: A modern challenge for the legal world

“Human rights such as the right to private life, freedom of expression and information and intellectual property rights need to be reviewed and reinterpreted in the light of the evolution of internet applications.” More...

25 October 2010: UCL Study Abroad Fair: 2 November

The UCL International Office is hosting its annual Study Abroad Fair on Tuesday 2 November. More...

25 October 2010: Watch: Colouring the Invisible

‘Colouring The Invisible’ is an installation running until 17 December at the UCL School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies (SSEES) by Julia Vogl, student at the UCL Slade School of Fine Art, that reflects the languages most commonly spoken by the SSEES community. More...

25 October 2010: Provost’s Awards for Public Engagement 2010

Nominations are now open for the Provost’s Public Engagement Awards 2010.
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