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Participate in a study on visual perception in twins

Researchers from UCL's Department of Experimental Psychology are looking for adult twins to participate in an fMRI study investigating factors underlying visual perception and cortical architecture.

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Article 50 and UCL: Provost statement

Professor Michael Arthur, UCL President & Provost, addresses the UCL community following the triggering of Article 50 by the UK government.

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Article 50: advice for EU students

Next week, the government is planning to begin the formal process of exiting the EU by triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. This does not change anything immediately: the UK is still a member of the EU until we actually leave.

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London’s Global University: 7 things that make UCL international

An international history, international teaching and international impact – just some of the things that make UCL London’s Global University. Check out this full list that demonstrates our past, present and future commitment to international teaching, research and collaborations.

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Take part in a 5-minute survey on noise perception

Najoud Alsaedi, a Masters student based in the UCL Ear Institute is conducting a survey to assess noise perception among university students and she needs your help.

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Seven questions with Matilda Brindle

This week, meet Matilda Brindle, a PhD student based in UCL Anthropology, who is researching the evolution of auto-sexual behaviours (masturbation) in primates. Matilda's current research project is focused on the evolution of the baculum, or penis bone, one of the most enigmatic structures in the animal kingdom.

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Master’s students: take our postgraduate survey and win up to £500

UCL Master’s, PG Dip, PG Cert and PGCE students are joining students from over 100 other UK universities in taking the Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey this month. The survey, which is anonymous, asks postgraduate taught students about their experiences of studying here.

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UCL students take their research to parliament

Eight early-career research scientists from around UCL have presented their research to a panel of expert judges and over 100 MPs at this year’s STEM for Britain competition.

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24-hour library opening hours from 25 March

From Saturday 25 March, UCL’s Main Library, Science Library and Cruciform Hub will extend their opening hours, so that you can use the study spaces 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

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A student survival guide: advice from UCL academics #2

Meeting deadlines, adjusting to new surroundings, navigating relationships – just some of the challenges that can often make life as a student feel like a bit of a rollercoaster. Check out our second round of advice from UCL academics, based on their own experiences of being a student at university, which could help make the ride a little smoother.

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