UCL in the media
Smokers who quit smoking entirely rather than using e-cigarettes as an aid are much more likely to relapse, research led by Dr Sarah Jackson (UCL Epidemiology & Health) has found.
Many firms which offer DNA testing are only doing the bare minimum to ensure GDPR compliance, explains Professor Emiliano De Cristofaro (UCL Computer Science).
London is unlikely to become a ‘Singapore-on-Thames” with increased deregulation after Brexit, as the general trajectory is one of improving regulation, rather than weakening it, explains Professor Iris Chiu (UCL Laws).
Whilst skepticism about the EU’s defence of workers’ rights is merited, their progressive stance on gender equality policies shouldn’t be forgotten, argues Professor Margaret O’Brien (UCL Institute of Education).
Our sense of smell may be affected by the way molecules vibrate, and the our olfactory sense could be far more analogous to hearing and seeing than we assume, explains Dr Jennifer Brookes (UCL Physics and Astronomy)
There are few safeguards against foreign interference in the UK, as when the rules were written it was assumed people would have to be in the country to campaign, explains Dr Alan Renwick (UCL Constitution Unit).