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17 May 2011: Fifty years of the Windeyer

UCL Division of Infection and Immunity have held a celebration of the scientific achievements in the Windeyer building before it is demolished.
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16 May 2011: Pioneering ICT project wins €1.9m of European funding

A UCL-led scheme to develop computing facilities capable of analysing data on a global scale has received €1.9 million from the European Commission, placing it among six pilot schemes vying for European funding worth more than €1 billion. More...

13 May 2011: Former UCL PhD student wins most promising thesis award

The 2011 Beddington Medal awarded by the British Society for Developmental Biology (BSDB) has been won by Carlos Carmona-Fontaine (UCL Cell and Developmental Biology, 2010). More...

13 May 2011: 'Consciousness connections' revealed in coma brains

A new test of consciousness which could be helpful in the diagnosis of coma patients has been identified in new research led by scientists from the University of Liège and UCL.
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13 May 2011: School of Pharmacy will merge with UCL

The Council of the School of Pharmacy, University of London, today decided by a decisive majority that the School's long-term future would be best secured through a merger with UCL.
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11 May 2011: Enterprising attempt to tackle international heritage skills gap

Heritage Without Borders (HWB) is a unique social enterprise which will build heritage skills in developing countries, helping to preserve important cultural objects that could otherwise be damaged or lost forever. Launching today (11th May) as a spinout from UCL and funded by an HE Social Entrepreneurship Catalyst Award from UnLtd, it will support heritage projects in situations of poverty and in the aftermath of conflict and disaster, closing the gap in heritage skills between the developed and developing world. More...

10 May 2011: Opticon 1826: Spring 2011 issue available

The Spring 2011 issue of Opticon1826, UCL’s academic review, is now available.
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10 May 2011: Four UCL scientists elected to the Academy of Medical Sciences

Four of UCL’s leading medical researchers have been recognised for excellence in medical science with their election to the Fellowship of the Academy of Medical Sciences: More...

9 May 2011: Travel and examinations disruption: 6 May to 14 June 2011

It has been reported that the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) Union are planning a series of tube strikes which are likely to coincide with the following examination dates:
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5 May 2011: London in two and a half dimensions

UCL’s Pro-Provost for Canada, Mexico and the USA, Professor CJ Lim (UCL Bartlett School of Architecture) has held a long preoccupation with architectural storytelling, gained through his research at UCL. 
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