- Essentials & Benefits
- Student Records
- Research Degrees
- Student Centre
- IOE Students
Rail Strikes and Examinations- Latest Advice
It has been announced that the Rail Maritime and Transport (RMT) Union have cancelled planned strike action which was due to disrupt services on 25th and 26th May. All services will now run as normal on the above dates and there will be no impact on students travelling to examinations.
Student and Registry Services
|Maps and Transport links|
A major international randomised clinical trial has found that HIV-infected individuals have a considerably lower risk of developing AIDS or other serious illnesses if they start taking antiretroviral drugs sooner, when their CD4+ T-cell count—a key measure of immune system health—is higher, instead of waiting until the CD4+ cell count drops to lower levels. More...
UCL is pleased to announce the launch of UCL Press, the University’s in house publishing arm. UCL Press will be the first fully Open Access university press in the UK with all books, journals and monographs freely available online, creating a diverse and accessible global knowledge resource. More...
21 May 2015: Working with Saracens to monitor concussion in rugby
A team of UCL researchers have joined the ongoing Saracens study for the 2015/16 season, which combines impact sensors with blood samples to determine the effects of concussion on rugby players. More...
UCL has partnered with the Unite Foundation to offer three accommodation scholarships to care leavers and young people who are estranged from their parents. More...
Women with advanced ovarian cancer have fewer side effects and tend to have a better quality of life if given chemotherapy before surgery, according to a Cancer Research UK funded study published in The Lancet. More...
19 May 2015: Missing molecule prevents puberty
14 May 2015: Smoking induces early signs of cancer in cheek swabs
28 April 2015: Tracking exploding Lithium-ion batteries in real-time
23 April 2015: Connecting places causes mental maps to merge
20 April 2015: Mummified bodies from 18th century Europe found to have multiple tuberculosis infections
16 April 2015: Men donate competitively on women’s fundraising webpages
13 April 2015: Human immune system can control re-awakened HIV, suggesting ‘kick and kill’ cure is possible
10 April 2015: Professor Peter Kirstein wins 2015 Marconi Society Prize
8 April 2015: Body’s defences hijacked to make cancers more aggressive