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Roberto Saviano: my critics want to caricature me as the Rushdie of Rome

Professor John Dickie (UCL SELCS) comments on the plagiarism accusations faced by author Roberto Saviano. Read: Guardian

The innovators: digital nomads make office sharing a reality

Professor Alexi Marmot (UCL Bartlett School Environment, Energy & Resources) comments on the growing trend for co-working spaces. Read: Guardian

Is there life on Mars?

Professor Andrew Coates (UCL Mullard Space Science Laboratory) comments on the search for life on Mars. Read: BBC News, More: Guardian

Community groups record 'illegal levels of air pollution' in London

A UCL community project recording air pollution in London, led by Louise Francis (UCL Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering), has found that eight out of nine areas surveyed breached EU limits for nitrogen dioxide (NO2) in the air. Read: BBC News

Do you tweet like you're rich?

A team of researchers, including Dr Nikolaos Aletras (UCL Computer Science), have found that it is possible to know a Twitter user's income level simply by looking at the words that he or she uses to post messages. Read: Daily Mail, More: Times of India

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