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New DeepMind professorship at UCL to push frontiers of AI

Leading AI company DeepMind is establishing a Professorship of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence at UCL - where two of its co-founders, Demis Hassabis and Shane Legg, were students.

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Research hub launches to drive vaccine development

UCL is leading a new a vaccine research hub, launching today, to affect radical change in the development and manufacturing of vaccines, with the University of Oxford.

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George Orwell’s personal archive added to UNESCO register

The Orwell Papers, housed at UCL Special Collections, have been formally inscribed to the prestigious UNESCO Memory of the World International Register. The award will be formally presented at the 2018 UNESCO Memory of the World UK Awards ceremony on the 19th of September 2018.

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Why do we love bees but hate wasps?

A lack of understanding of the important role of wasps in the ecosystem and economy is a fundamental reason why they are universally despised whereas bees are much loved, according to UCL-led research.

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Dead Good: Rare opportunity to visit UCL Pathology Museum

There is a rare opportunity to see inside one of London’s most morbid museums as UCL Pathology Museum at the Royal Free Hospital, Hampstead, opens its doors to the public for one weekend only this September.

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Some patients not receiving ADHD treatment, despite overall increase 

Medication use to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has significantly increased across the world, however prescription rates are still far below diagnosis rates in most Western countries, a major new study co-led by UCL has found. 

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UCL academics win awards at Health Humanities Medal

Professor Helen Chatterjee MBE and Dr Daisy Fancourt have both won awards at the Health Humanities Medal, which celebrates good health and wellbeing through arts and humanities research.

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Emotionally stable people spend more on Christmas

People who are more emotionally stable spend more during the Christmas season, while those who are high in neuroticism spend less, according to new research by UCL and Northwestern University.

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