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Women on the ‘Problem with Science’

Professor Uta Frith (UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience) joins a discussion about the factors holding back women in science and what can be done to improve gender equality in the lab. Listen: BBC World Service ‘Discovery’

Sjogren's syndrome

Professor Anisur Rahman (UCL Inflammation) explains what Sjögren’s syndrome is, the difficulties in diagnosing the syndrome and how it can be treated. Listen: BBC Radio 4 ‘Women’s Hour’ (from 18 mins 40 secs)

Does developing bad behaviour in primary school affect a child’s grades?

Praveetha Patalay (UCL Institute of Education) says new research shows that children who develop bad behaviour towards the end of primary school fall behind the most. Read: The Conversation

The case for re-nationalising Britain’s railways

Nicole Badstuber (UCL Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering) explains why integrating the UK's expensive and fragmented rail network under public ownership could save hundreds of millions and also provide a better service. Read: The Conversation

House of Lords appointments

Professor Meg Russell (UCL Constitution Unit) discusses the need to regulate appointments to the House of Lords. Read: BBC News, More: Guardian, Times (£), Independent, Listen: BBC Radio 4 ‘Today’ (from 1 hour 15 mins)

OCD: A Monster in my mind

Bringing up baby


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