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UniSA and UCL forge new partnership

UCL and the University of South Australia (UniSA) have signed a partnership agreement for a program of future collaboration between UniSA’s Future Industries Institute (FII) and the UCL Faculty of Engineering. Read: The Australian, More: UCL News

Exploring memory-extraction

Speaking at the 2015 Wired Health event, Professor Eleanor Maguire (UCL Imaging Neuroscience) explains her research into how memory works. Read: Wired

Sound of crinkling tin foil can cause seizures in cats

A study by Professor Robert Harvey (UCL Pharmacology) and Davies Veterinary Specialists has identified a rare feline disorder in which a seizure is triggered by high pitched or metallic sounds. Read: Telegraph, More: Daily Mail, Evening Standard, Mirror, Science
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Nepal quake kills more than 1,800 and spreads terror on Everest

Commenting on the Nepal earthquake, Dr Ilan Kelman (UCL Institute for Risk & Disaster Reduction) says: “The earthquake is the nightmare scenario which we have long discussed and wondered if we could make major improvements before a catastrophe occurred”. Read: Guardian

Say hello to Generation K: why today's teens are terrified about everything

Professor Noreena Hertz (Office of the UCL Vice-Provost, Research) has identified Generation K - a new, hyper-aware and supremely anxious generation. Read: Telegraph

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