UCL Consultants Ltd


Transformative Technology

Our scientists and engineers take discoveries from life and medical sciences, brain sciences, engineering (civil, mechanical, electrical and electronic), biosciences and many other disciplines, mix them together and add their own innovations. You can tap into this rich source of knowledge and creativity to enhance organisation success by producing transformative solutions.
Dr Michael Emes - European Space Agency

Space – maybe there are no final frontiers

The global space sector, like space itself, is big. And, just like the universe, the industry is expanding.

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The Future of Business: Understanding Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology

Discover how DLT and blockchain technology is used to solve complex business problems and find out why it's transforming business.

UCL Engineering Sciences and Newgiza University collaboration

Newgiza University & UCL collaborate

One of the Middle East and North Africa’s most innovative new universities is to launch a School of Engineering, developed in collaboration with UCL.

NASA Captures Image of M1 Coronal Mass Ejection

The Science of Space Weather

‘Nothing is more important to us on Earth than the Sun. Without the Sun's heat and light, the Earth would be a lifeless ball of ice-coated rock…’ NASA


Super Resolution Radial Fluctuations (SRRF) - UCL pioneers algorithm in microscopy

Microscopy has been the major tool for studies of cells and one of the main driving forces for life sciences research

Orthopaedic surgeons Alister Hart and John Skinner Consultancy

Shaping the future of hip replacement surgery

Metal on Metal (MOM) hip replacements were globally popular. Since they were pioneered in 1997, more than 1.5 million have been undertaken, including over 100,000 in the UK alone.