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16 January 2017: Trump: The Presidential Precedents

Dr Adam Smith (UCL History) is hosting a radio series discussing past American presidents who, like Donald Trump, were elected on platforms promising radical change. Listen: BBC Radio 4 'Trump: The Presidential Precedents' More...

16 January 2017: Patients on antidepressants for 50 per cent longer than in 1990s

Prof Glyn Lewis (UCL Psychiatry) comments on a UCL-led study finding that patients prescribed antidepressants continue taking them for longer than in previous decades. Read: The Telegraph More...

16 January 2017: Astronomers spot strange, bow-like structure in Venus’ atmosphere

Professor Andrew Coates (UCL Space & Climate Physics) writes about a structure seen on Venus that may be caused by a gravity wave, and how it shows that there is much that astronomers still don't know about Venus' atmosphere. Read: The Conversation More...

16 January 2017: Political debate from the National Space Centre

Professor Lucie Green (UCL Space & Climate Physics) is on a panel taking questions about political topics including the NHS and climate change policy. Listen: BBC Radio 54 'Any Questions?' More...

16 January 2017: Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe: Finance

Dr Joe Gladstone (UCL School of Management) is named to Forbes' annual list of influencers. Read: Forbes More...

16 January 2017: Donald Trump ‘highly likely’ to face impeachment within first 18 months

Dr Jennifer Hudson (UCL Political Science) comments on whether it's likely that Donald Trump could end up impeached, and how he is supported by much of the Tea Party movement. Read: The Independent More...

16 January 2017: Old white dons ‘unable to teach black students’

Professor emeritus John Sutherland (UCL English Language & Literature) comments on older professors who delay retirement. Read: The Times More...

16 January 2017: China orders app stores to join register

Dr Steven Murdoch (UCL Computer Science) comments on how people in China purchase mobile phone apps. Read: BBC News More...

16 January 2017: Cash for courgettes! How to bribe kids to eat greens

The Tiny Tastes game is based on UCL research that revealed that if children tasted a new vegetable at least 10 times, even the most reluctant would eat more of it. Read: The Guardian More...

16 January 2017: Dirt is your friend

Professor Graham Rook (UCL Infection & Immunity) discusses the complexities & misunderstandings of hygiene, immunity, and the human microbiome. Read: The Times More...

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