Archive of UCL in the media

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29 May 2015: Back to the future

Professor Stephen Machin (UCL Economics) says the average age of trade union members is 44. Read: Economist More...

29 May 2015: Fruit snacks 'contain more sugar than sweets'

Professor Aubrey Sheiham (UCL Epidemiology & Public Health) says fruit snacks with high levels of hidden sugars are causing problems with children's teeth. Read: BBC News More...

29 May 2015: Lost memories recovered in mice with a flash of light

Dr James Bisby (UCL Clinical & Experimental Epilepsy) says it is not surprising that scientists have been able to recover 'lost' memories in mice. Read: New Scientist More...

29 May 2015: Isis shoots 20 prisoners in Palmyra’s Roman theatre

Dr Sam Hardy (UCL Archaeology) comments on ISIS’s vow not to destroy monuments in Palmyra. Read: Times (£) More...

29 May 2015: The London Powerhouse: Universities are at the heart of the capital’s success

UCL, and London’s other elite universities, are helping to redefine excellence in Britain’s global higher education offering. Read: City AM More...

28 May 2015: How did my dad's Uber account get hacked?

Following a purported hack of taxi app Uber, Dr Steven Murdoch (UCL Computer Science) explains how hackers gain access to accounts. Read: BBC News More...

28 May 2015: Bartlett retakes title of best university to study architecture

The UCL Bartlett School of Architecture has returned to the top of The Guardian’s annual league of UK architecture schools. Read: Architects Journal (£)
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28 May 2015: Bartlett demolition phase completes

Work has completed on the demolition phase of Hawkins\Brown’s revamp of the UCL Bartlett School of Architecture. Read: Architects Journal (£)
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28 May 2015: Launch of Open Access UCL Press

UCL will launch UCL Press on 4 June, the first “fully Open Access university press in the UK”. Read: The Bookseller, More: UCL News
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28 May 2015: MS: four in five multiple sclerosis sufferers in UK are misdiagnosed

Professor Alan Thompson (UCL Brain Sciences) explains why a prompt and accurate diagnosis of multiple sclerosis can enable a person to better understand and manage their condition. Read: Guardian, More: Sky News More...

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