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14 February 2011: Tracking Neural Stem Cells

Magnetic nanoparticles could be used to track neural stem cells after a transplant in order to monitor how the cells heal spinal injuries, say UCL scientsts. More...

14 February 2011: The morality of the financial crisis: discuss

Who is to be blamed for the financial crisis, and who should bear the costs? UCL Laws student Elettra Bietti discusses the highlights of a panel discussion on the subject held by the UCL Jurisprudence Review. More...

11 February 2011: Gallery: New funding for colossal stone statue research

An award of over £640,000 has been made by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) for a new phase of the project ‘Rapa Nui (Easter Island) Landscapes of Construction’.
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10 February 2011: EU Commissioner for Research, Innovation & Science visits UCL

Máire Geoghegan-Quinn, the European Union Commissioner for Research, Innovation & Science made an official visit to UCL on 7 February 2011. More...

10 February 2011: UCL Special Collections: temporary relocation

UCL Special Collections is relocating to temporary premises during the summer of 2011.
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10 February 2011: Simple marine worms distantly related to humans

Two groups of lowly marine worms are related to complex species including vertebrates (such as humans) and starfish, according to new research.
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10 February 2011: Look at your body to reduce pain

Simply looking at your body reduces pain, according to new research by scientists from UCL (University College London) and the University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy. 
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9 February 2011: A View from the Supreme Court

Funding arrangements do not “satisfactorily guarantee” the Supreme Court’s institutional independence, said Lord Phillips (President of the Court) in his lecture at UCL last night, launching the Constitution Unit’s project on the politics of judicial independence.  More...

9 February 2011: Have your say: help improve your timetable

UCL Information Systems are looking to improve the Online Timetable. More...

7 February 2011: Gallery: Two charges – more chemistry

Professor Stephen Price (UCL Chemistry) is part of a UCL team that has developed a piece of experimental apparatus to study the chemistry of dications: molecules that have two positive charges.
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