UCL in the media
20 April 2015: Spotlight on cancer research
Professor Nicholas Luscombe (UCL Genetics Institute) says computer scientists working in genomics need at least a basic understanding of biology. Read: Nature
20 April 2015: Lib Dems take a more liberal approach to immigration
20 April 2015: Increase in rickets linked to overuse of sunscreen
Professor Alastair Sutcliffe (UCL Institute of Child Health) says the overuse of sunblock could be a contributing factor to the increasing cases of rickets and vitamin D deficiency across the UK. Read: Scotsman, More: Telegraph, Nottingham Post
20 April 2015: Lib Dems lack vision on early years and primary education
Professor Dominic Wyse (UCL Institute of Education) runs a manifesto check on the Liberal Democrats’ education policy. Read: The Conversation
20 April 2015: Girls face 'sharp rise in emotional problems'
New research led by Dr Elian Fink (UCL
Psychology & Language Sciences), in conjunction with the Anna Freud Centre,
has found that emotional problems in girls aged 11-13 in England increased by
55% between 2009 and 2014. Read: BBC News, More: Times (£), Telegraph, Daily Mail, UCL News, Listen: BBC Radio 5 '5 live Breakfast' (from 39 mins 9 secs), More: BBC Radio 5 'Morning Reports' (from 4 mins 23 secs), BBC Radio 4 'News Briefing' (from 3 mins 27 secs), BBC London 94.9 'Breakfast' (from 1 hour 35 mins), BBC Radio 4 'Woman's Hour' (from 1 min 5 secs), Watch: BBC News
20 April 2015: Could you track down your doppelganger?
17 April 2015: Gene study may explain why some remain quick thinkers
17 April 2015: Stone Age man was a cannibal
17 April 2015: How men compete when donating cash to attractive women
16 April 2015: UCL has many research projects in UAE
15 April 2015: Can tech ease UK road congestion?
15 April 2015: Europe to pull trigger on Google antitrust charges
15 April 2015: Rosetta's Philae probe could be awake within weeks
14 April 2015: Western schools envious of East Asian scores on global exam
14 April 2015: Doing the maths on a hung Parliament
14 April 2015: Le Pen family feud
14 April 2015: Nasa's Curiosity rover finds water below surface of Mars
14 April 2015: Tiny sub delivers drugs right where they are needed
13 April 2015: Students weigh the value of new economics course
13 April 2015: When will biometrics take over from passwords?
13 April 2015: ‘Kick and kill’ HIV vaccine a step closer