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12 February 2016: 7 questions with Frida Arthur

This week we put seven questions to Frida Arthur, a UCL Linguistics student and President of UCLU African Caribbean Society. More...

11 February 2016: MedSoc Monday: Conscientious Objection in Reproductive Medicine

Do you believe conscientious objection has a place within medicine? More...

11 February 2016: Connect, Collaborate and Inspire at the NACUE Student Enterprise Conference on 20–21 February 2016 at UCL

NACUE’s Student Enterprise Conference is back for a seventh year, bursting with inspiring talks, practical workshops and networking opportunities. More...

11 February 2016: Saturn and Enceladus produce the same amount of plasma

The first evidence that Saturn’s upper atmosphere may, when buffeted by the solar wind, emit the same total amount of mass per second into its magnetosphere as its moon, Enceladus, has been found by UCL scientists working on the Cassini mission. More...

10 February 2016: Participate in a study examining the epigenetic mechanisms regulating memory storage

The UCL Clinical Psychopharmacology Unit are recruiting healthy volunteers to take part in a study examining the biological basis of emotional memory with the hope of developing new treatments for anxiety disorders. To do this, we are using a drug called Sodium Valproate, which can increase the expression of genes involved in memory formation and updating. More...

10 February 2016: Sofar Sounds are coming to UCL!

Sofar Sounds set up secret, intimate gigs in over 200 cities across the world - on 25 February, they’re coming to UCL.  More...

10 February 2016: Call for Papers for student conference at UCL: 'Moving Beyond Borders: Comparative Perspectives on Refuge'

This is your chance to present your research to an international audience within an interdisciplinary setting! More...

10 February 2016: Participate in a study to explore how people with mobility impairments cope with disruptions

From extreme weather phenomena to routine public transport cancellations, unexpected disruptions in our mobility can impact the ability to reach and engage with our day-to-day activities. While these can be unpleasant for anyone, little is known on how people with mobility impairments cope with such disruptions.
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10 February 2016: Your personal development: Networking and relationship building

It is said of some people that they are brilliant at ‘working the room’. When you meet this sort of person you find that they give you their undivided attention, as if they came specially to meet you. And yet, they seem to be able to do this with everybody in the room. More...

3 February 2016: UCL East: have your say on new student accommodation and earn £40

Earn cash by sharing your experience and contribute to the design brief for student accommodation at the new UCL East campus in Stratford, which is due to open during the 2019/20 academic year. Your opinions can assist in the planning of this exciting project. More...

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