UCL in the media
The decision by a researcher to withdraw a scientific paper due to potential issues was the right one, and has allowed the researcher to maintain their integrity, explains Dr Helen O’Neill (UCL EGA Institute for Women's Health).
Chris Waiting, chief executive of the Conversation, explains the Conversation's move to a new home at UCL, beside UCL Science, Technology, Engineering & Public Policy, whose mission to tackle the world’s most pressing problems is described as complementary to the Conversation's.
A recent report which claims red meat is safe to eat contradicts most previous findings, and is an example of the issues of trustworthiness in public health, explains Professor Robert West (UCL Epidemiology & Health).
Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s divisive language may not be the sole cause of potential violence, but this does not mean he can be absolved of all blame for any future attacks that take place, argues Dr Jeffrey Howard (UCL Political Science).
The voices of looked-after children and young people are missing from their social care records and the experience of accessing social care records later in life can be dehumanising, according to new research led by Professor Elizabeth Shepherd (UCL Information Studies).
Arthur Kay, the UCL graduate whose company bio-bean turns used coffee grounds into clean energy, is included in a profile of London’s tech entrepreneurs. His story has been shortlisted as part of the #MadeAtUCL project.
Dr Ciarán Gilligan-Lee and Professor Jonathan Oppenheim (both UCL Physics & Astronomy) comment on Google reaching "quantum supremacy", where a quantum computer performs a calculation practically impossible for a classical computer, saying that we shouldn't get carried away.
The Evening Standard’s annual list of London’s most influential people features UCL academics working across diverse industries including biotech, cybersecurity and health.