UCL in the media
Louis Moreno (UCL Geography) comments on the influx of foreign money into London, and its investment into property.Read: Guardian
"Teeth are tough and survive particularly well - providing us with a wealth of anthropological data," says Professor Simon Hillson (UCL Institute of Archaeology).Read: Daily Mail
It's been linked to breast cancer but may ward off diabetes. Confusing? So what is the truth about women and alcohol?
It's unclear why sporadic heavy drinking should increase abdominal fat, especially in women, but it may be part of an unhealthy lifestyle, says Professor Martin Bobak (UCL Epidemiology and Public Health).Read: Daily Mail
The golden age of social mobility that produced Alan Bennett could return if universities were prepared to try to change the structure of the labour market, says Professor Jonathan Wolff (UCL Philosophy).Read: Guardian
This year's show sees over 450 students present a range of inventive, creative and visual work, from models, drawings and life-size fragments to films, multimedia installations and computer fabrications.Read: BD Online
"Their genetic makeup causes their melanin to react with the heat in their bodies, making them white with black ears, nose and tail and testicles. This is why they are literally and metaphorically the coolest part of the male cat," says Professor Steve Jones (UCL Genetics, Evolution and Environment).Read: Times (£)