Archive of UCL News

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31 May 2010: Building refugees’ conversation and confidence

The student winners of UCL Advances’ inaugural Social Enterprise Project of the Year award lead the UCL Refugee Project. More...

28 May 2010: Mini-lecture: The sibling complex

With the Miliband brothers currently going head to head for the Labour leadership in the UK, sibling rivalry has never been more prominent.
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28 May 2010: The global burden of mental health disorders

Sixty-six percent of people with dementia live in low- and middle-income countries, but only ten percent of population-based research is carried out in these areas, according to Professor Steve Iliffe (UCL Primary Care & Population Health). More...

28 May 2010: Infrequent toothbrushing linked to heart disease

People with poor oral hygiene have an increased risk of heart disease compared to those who brush their teeth twice a day, according to UCL research published today on BMJ.com.
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27 May 2010: UCL Provost announces measures in response to higher education financial pressures

Professor Malcolm Grant, UCL President and Provost, announced today that he would be taking an immediate pay cut of 10% and would be carrying forward the existing pay freeze for UCL senior management for a further year. More...

27 May 2010: Symposium: Crime, criminal law and the humanities

Members of the UCL community are invited to the cross-disciplinary symposium ‘Crime, Criminal Law and the Humanities’ on 23 June 2010 from 1pm. More...

27 May 2010: Experts warn of future volcanic eruptions and possible flight disruption

Since the start of the Eyjafjallajökull eruption there has been much speculation about an eruption of its larger neighbour, Katla.
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27 May 2010: Lord Wolfson: Businessman, philanthropist and friend of UCL

Lord Wolfson has sadly died aged 82. Here UCL President and Provost, Professor Malcolm Grant pays tribute to the businessman and philanthropist. More...

26 May 2010: UCL Royal Literary Fund Fellow awarded the Ondaatje Prize

Ian Thomson, one of UCL's Royal Literary Fund (RLF) Fellows, has been awarded the Ondaatje Prize for his book about Jamaica, The Dead Yard.
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25 May 2010: Student volunteers scoop award for school project

A group of student volunteers from UCL have won an award for their contribution to an environmental education project at an inner-city school.
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