UCL in the media
An interview with Professor Alex Seifalian (UCL Research Department of General Surgery) whose groundbreaking work into artificial organs made from polymers recently led to the first synthetic trachea transplant.Read: Evening Standard
A former student of the MSc in clinical and public health nutrition at UCL raises concerns about the course, which were then addressed by the Academic Committee Review Panel.Read: Times Higher Education
Professor Marcus Pembrey (UCL Institute for Child Health) discusses whether genetics play a part in a family's success, specifically in reference to the Freud family.Read: BBC News Online
Richard Cook (UCL Psychology & Language Sciences) on why we are better at spotting our own facial expressions on an avatar than the expressions of our friends.Read: Guardian
A 'molecular scalpel' shows promise in patients with a deadly muscle wasting condition, according to new research led by Professor Francesco Muntoni (UCL Institute of Child Health).Read: BBC News Online More: AFP BBC Radio 4 'Today'