First UCL news roundup of 2009
9 January 2009
The first UCL news roundup of 2009 focuses on the variety of benefits of statistical tools developed at UCL, from town planning and ecology to genetic genealogy. The programme includes interviews with Michael Batty, Director of the UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis and Professor of Planning at the UCL Bartlett School, and Fiona McElduff, a PhD student at the UCL Institute for Child Health.
The programme is approximately 10 minutes long. You can listen now by clicking on the mp3 link above, or download it to your mp3 player from UCL's presence on iTunes U.
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Image: Juice Vocal Ensemble, featured in this week's roundup, will be performing at 'The Voice and Nothing More' at the Slade Research Centre next week