UCL at the BA Festival of Science
8 September 2003
University College London (UCL) is fielding a host of top researchers at the BA Festival of Science at the University of Salford. Academics from across the university will be presenting the latest developments in their field.
8th - 12th September 2003
Next week’s presentations include;
- Making New Bladders - Professor Christopher Fry – Institute of Neurology – ambitious new research offering the potential for complete new bladders to patients with bladder cancer.
- Dyspraxia by Dr Elizabeth Hill, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience – an interactive session on dyspraxia (developmental coordination disorder) and new treatments available.
- Archaeology and the relative sea level change in the Thames – Dr Jane Siddell, Institute of Archaeology – assessing the threats to archaeological sites along the Thames from natural processes, development and destructive research.
- Development of Basic Numeracy - Professor Brian Butterworth– Institute of Cognitive Research – innovative new findings on the development of basic numeracy following analysis of over 18000 people.
For further information on any of the presentations mentioned or to arrange an interview during the BA Festival of Science, please contact: Heidi Foden, UCL Media Relations, 07733 307596 or email@example.com