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Boffins sting spooks with 'HORNET' onion router

A team of researchers including Dr George Danezis (UCL Computer Science) have developed a Tor alternative network that can handle up to 93Gb/s of traffic while maintaining privacy. Read: The Register

Can you make schools integrate?

Professor Kathryn Riley (UCL Institute of Education) is looking at ways to help pupils develop a sense of belonging and highlights the role schools must play in achieving this for children from many different backgrounds. Read: BBC News

Bone idol: museum's quagga skeleton restored with 3D-printed leg

UCL Grant Museum of Zoology has completed work on its rare but neglected quagga skeleton. Jack Ashby (UCL Public and Cultural Engagement) explains how this was achieved with help from The Bartlett and the Royal Veterinary College. Read: Guardian

What you need to know about your chances of getting dementia

Dr Claudia Cooper (UCL Psychiatry) helps to examine whether certain environmental and lifestyle factors actually effect your chances of getting dementia. Read: Buzzfeed

Family policy

Belinda Brown (UCL Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering) joins a discussion on whether the needs of the traditional family - often with a stay at home parent - are being overlooked. Listen: BBC Radio 4 ‘Woman’s Hour’ (from 18 mins 34 secs)

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