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The project has received widespread global coverage since the device's development was announced on Monday 30 March. UCL was also name-checked three times that week at the No. 10 Daily Covid-19 briefings to the press.
We released our first announcement on Monday 30 March on the development of the device and its regulatory approval (read in full here) and our second announcement on Wednesday 1 April to welcome the news that the UK government will order up to 10,000 to be delivered to NHS hospitals (read in full here). On Monday 6 April our third announcement celebrated the production and dispatch of the CPAP devices across the country, and the release of design and manufacturing instructions for free international use.
There has been over 2,000 global news articles about the UCL Ventura project and we have been featured in a range of international communications campaigns.
Some of the coverage can be accessed here:
Read: BBC News, More: Mail Online, Express, Metro, Guardian, Telegraph (£), Times (£), Scotsman, Independent, Al Jazeera, Sky News, ITV News, Bloomberg, Mirror, Sun, Star, Huffington Post, New York Post, Evening Standard, i News, Top Gear, Sky Sports, ESPN, CNN, Fox News, Newsweek, Forbes, The National (UAE), Gulf News, Straits Times, Channel News Asia, Arab News, Jakarta Post, Free Malaysia Post, MSN News, MSN News (2), Yahoo! News, CNN, FT, Reuters, Mail Online (2), Mail Online (3), Mail Online (4), Metro (2), i News (2), New Scientist, Irish News, City A.M., BMJ, Mirror (2), GQ, Unilad, The South African, Sunday Times Driving, TalkSport, The Week, The Tab, Guardian (2), Times (2) (£), Telegraph (2) (£), Guardian (3), Express (2), Express (3), UCL News, Listen: BBC Radio 4’s ‘Today’ programme (from 53 mins 58 secs), Watch: BBC One’s ‘BBC Breakfast’ (from 1 hr 10 mins), ITV’s ‘Teatime News’ (from 10 mins 43 secs), BBC One’s ‘News at Six’ (from 13 mins 48 secs), The Sunday Times, BBC News, Mail Online, ITV News, Evening Standard, Sky News, Yahoo! News, Conversation, i News, Mirror, Times (£), FT (£), ITV News (2), Conversation (2), FT (£) (2), La Vanguardia (Spain), El Diario (Spain), La Prensa Panama (Panama), TNW (Netherlands), Nature, Pikiran Rakyat (Indonesia), Folha de Pernambuco (Brazil), De Standaard (Belgium), Clarin (Argentina), Caracol Radio (Colombia), Kumparan (Indonesia), Scroll (India), Scroll 2 (India), Excelsior (Mexico), Listen: BBC Radio 2’s ‘Steve Wright in the Afternoon’ (from 2 hours 1 min 40 secs), BBC Radio 5’s ‘Geoff Lloyd Show’ (from 1 hour 1 min 10 secs), BBC Radio 5’s ‘5 Live Drive’ (from 1 min 43 secs), BBC World Service’s ‘Newsroom’ (from 19 mins 55 secs), BBC Radio 4’s ‘Six O’ Clock News’ (from 16 mins 50 secs), BBC News at 10 (from 16 mins 55 secs), BBC News at 6 (from 15 mins)
UCL Ventura has also been featured in numerous other campaigns including Royal Academy of Engineering ‘COVID-19 Engineering a resilient Feature’, UK government’s ‘Great Inspirations’initiative, National centre for Universities and Business ‘Showcasing Collaboration: Collaboration in Crisis’, Foreign & Commonwealth Office’s campaign on UK’s COVID-19 responseand Department for International Trade for Latin America & the Caribbean’s social media campaigns. The project has also contributed to policy discussion including the UK government’s report on The 4th Industrial Revolution's Response to COVID19(p42-43).