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31 March 2010: UCL Easter closure

Please note that UCL is closing for Easter on Wednesday 31 March 2010 at 5:30pm, and will reopen on Wednesday 7 April 2010.
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31 March 2010: UCL supports Mental Health Action Week 2010

UCL Occupational Health Service is supporting Mental Health Action Week 2010, running 4–11 April. More...

31 March 2010: PensionsExchange scheme to be introduced 1 May

On 1 May, UCL is introducing ‘PensionsExchange’, a scheme for the benefit of staff currently paying into the USS or SAUL pension schemes.
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31 March 2010: Watch: When Malnick met the ministers...

Pi News Editor Edward Malnick (UCL English) interviewed Foreign Office Minister Ivan Lewis and Armed Forces Minister Bill Rammells on 15 March about ‘Why we are in Afghanistan’.
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31 March 2010: Over £1m of grants from the Leverhulme Trust

UCL has won £1.1 million from the Leverhulme Trust to fund eight research and education projects based in six UCL faculties and one research institute.
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30 March 2010: UCL’s role in world’s largest scientific experiment

UCL’s Professor John Butterworth, who led the UK development of one of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) detectors, explains the significance of the record-breaking particle collisions achieved today. More...

30 March 2010: Nanotechnology grants to convert carbon dioxide by emulating nature

UCL is involved in two new nanotechnology projects that seek to turn carbon dioxide into useful products. More...

29 March 2010: Mini-lecture: A hung Parliament explained

With a general election looming, Professor Robert Hazell, Director of the Constitution Unit, explains what a hung Parliament would mean for the UK. More...

26 March 2010: Drinking and drunkenness in Eastern Europe: UCL alumni talk

Dr Christopher Gerry explained the seven vodka rules to follow in Eastern Europe at a UCL alumni reunion on 18 March. More...

26 March 2010: Record numbers choose brain food for lunch

It's been a record-breaking year at UCL for obscene thoughts, murderous women, and vampires and the undead... More...

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