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A walk of one’s own

Dr Scarlett Baron (UCL English Language & Literature) steps out in Virginia Woolf's footsteps to the river Ouse and Southease, the route she would have taken most often, to the post office. Listen: BBC Radio 4 ‘A Walk of One’s Own’

Britain is falling behind in solar energy while other nations surge ahead

Professor Michael Grubb (UCL Bartlett School of Environment, Energy & Resources) says "a capricious and politicised UK energy policy” could deter investment in British energy as a whole. Read: Telegraph

Creating museums of the future

Jack Ashby (UCL Grant Museum of Zoology) explains how museums are embracing technology, including the use of 3D printing by the UCL Grant Museum to restore its quagga’s missing leg. Watch: Financial Times

Do we need to improve security in Europe?

Following the attempted attack on a high speed train in France, Dr Hervé Borrion (UCL Security & Crime Science) explains what this might mean for European security and train travel. Listen: Deutsche Welle

Can we trust crime forensics?

Speaking at the Forensic Science Research Evaluation Workshop, Dr Itiel Dror (UCL Security & Crime Science) explained how cognitive biases affect forensic scientists. Read: Scientific American

Sjogren's syndrome

House of Lords appointments

OCD: A Monster in my mind

Bringing up baby


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