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Business/Economics - Administration/Government
19:00
GW4 collaboration will bring economic and social benefits to Wales and South West
Social Sciences - Event
18:01
Anthropology at Sussex celebrates 50 years with films, poetry and music
Anthropology at Sussex celebrates 50 years with films, poetry and music
Social Sciences - History/Archeology
18:01
Submerged sites, ancient glass and feathered dinosaurs: New collaborations with museums in China
A network of academics from the UK and China campuses of the University of Nottingham met with key personnel from science and cultural institutions in China, opening up the possibility for new research collaborations, commercial opportunities and exchange of expertise and skills.
Physics/Materials Science
17:01
Join the hunt to break the Higgs boson 'barrier'
Online volunteers are being asked to spot tiny explosions that could be evidence for new particles that will require new models of physics. Higgs Hunters [ www.higgshunters.org ], a project launched today by UK and US scientists working on the ATLAS experiment, enables members of the public to view 25,000 images recorded at CERN's Large Hadron Collider.
Medicine/Pharmacology
17:01
New Director for Institute of Hearing Research
A new Director has been appointed to run the Medical Research Council's Institute of Hearing Research (IHR) at The University of Nottingham.
Administration/Government
17:00
Concerns raised over inclusion plans for Gypsies, Roma and Travellers
Press release issued: 26 November 2014 The UK government is failing in its inclusion plans for Roma, Gypsy and Traveller communities, according to a new report by researchers from the University of Bristol which will be launched in the European Parliament on Tuesday [2 December].
Computer Science/Telecom - Microtechnics/Electroengineering
17:00
Launch of UK facility to encourage robotic innovation within industry
Press release issued: 26 November 2014 A new initiative to encourage and support the take up of robotics technology within industry across Europe is being launched at the Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL) today, Wednesday 26 November.
Physics/Materials Science - Computer Science/Telecom
13:01
Oxford to lead UK quantum computer drive
A consortium of academic and industrial partners led by Oxford University will deliver quantum technologies including building a small fully-functional and scalable quantum computer.
Physics/Materials Science - Medicine/Pharmacology
13:01
Atoms colder than outer space are the key to futuristic nano-sensors
Experts at The University of Nottingham have secured a 6 million grant to build a research facility to prototype a new generation of tiny nano-sensors.
Medicine/Pharmacology
13:00
Medicine and humanities join forces for Wellcome-funded breathlessness project
Physics/Materials Science - Business/Economics
12:00
Exploiting the ’spooky effects’ of quantum mechanics: physicists receive 80 million in funding
Administration/Government
11:02
UCL launches largest ever mentoring scheme with UCL Academy
UCL launches largest ever mentoring scheme with UCL Academy
Environmental Sciences - Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
10:01
Geoengineering our climate is not a ’quick fix’
The deliberate, large-scale intervention in the Earth's climate system is not a "quick fix" for global warming, according to the findings of the UK's first publicly funded studies on geoengineering. The results of three projects – IAGP, led by the University of Leeds; SPICE, led by the University of Bristol; and CGG, led by the University of Oxford – are announced at an event held at The Royal Society, London, on 26 November 2014.
Medicine/Pharmacology
10:00
Folic acid reduces the risk of babies being born small for gestational age; but uptake remains low
Taking folic acid before conception significantly reduces the risk of small for gestational age (SGA) at birth, but despite the benefits there are still thousands who opt against following the recommendation. The UK population-based study and systematic review, published in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology ( BJOG ), assessed the effect of timing of folic acid supplementation during pregnancy on the risk of the baby being SGA at birth; defined as birth weight in the lowest 10% of babies born.
Environmental Sciences - Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
26.11.2014
Geoengineering our climate is not a ‘quick fix’
Press release issued: 26 November 2014 The deliberate, large-scale intervention in the Earth's climate system is not a "quick fix" for global warming, according to the findings of the UK's first publicly funded studies on geoengineering. The results of three projects – IAGP, led by the University of Leeds; SPICE, led by the University of Bristol; and CGG, led by the University of Oxford – are announced at an event held at The Royal Society, London, on 26 November.
Life Sciences
25.11.2014
Amazing feet of science: Researchers sequence the centipede genome
What it lacks in genes, it certainly makes up for in legs: the genome of the humble centipede has been found to have around 15,000 genes - around 7,000 fewer than a human.
Social Sciences
25.11.2014
UCL and the Institute of Education confirm merger
UCL and the Institute of Education confirm merger
UCL and the Institute of Education (IOE) have today confirmed that they will be merging with effect from 2 December.
History/Archeology - Arts and Design
25.11.2014
Lecturer’s CINECITY film charts Chile’s traumatic history
Lecturer's CINECITY film charts Chile's traumatic history A University of Sussex lecturer's film about his family's ordeal at the hands of Chilean dictator General Pinochet has its debut screening in Brighton tomorrow evening (Wednesday 26 November).
Medicine/Pharmacology - Social Sciences
25.11.2014
Research urges shift in public health policy
More public health interventions, along the lines of the smoking ban, are needed to tackle Britain's devastating toll of ‘lifestyle' diseases according to research.
Environmental Sciences - Microtechnics/Electroengineering
25.11.2014
Comment: Robot submarine looks under Antarctic to find out why sea ice is getting thicker
Home > News > News releases > Comment: Robot submarine looks under Antarctic to find out why sea ice is getting thicker Edward Hanna, Professor of Climate Change at the University of Sheffield, explores why Antarctic sea ice is continuing to expand while Arctic sea ice has been declining rapidly.
Careers/Employment - Medicine/Pharmacology
25.11.2014
New Centre to tackle musculoskeletal problems in the workplace
Lancaster University is a major partner in a new 1.4m national Centre to reduce the impact of musculoskeletal disorders on employment.
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
25.11.2014
Saatchi success story for three LUMS graduates
Saatchi success story for three LUMS graduates
Medicine/Pharmacology
25.11.2014
Confusing patient/doctor relationships affect cancer treatment decisions, says new study
Confusing patient/doctor relationships affect cancer treatment decisions, says new study
Confusing patient/doctor relationships affect cancer treatment decisions, says new study A blurring of professional boundaries can affect young cancer doctors' objectivity when treating patients, according to a new study from the University of Sussex and Brighton and Sussex Medical School ( BSMS ).
Mathematics - Computer Science/Telecom
25.11.2014
Academics advise how to keep data secure in a cyber world
Press release issued: 25 November 2014 Cyber security experts from the University of Bristol have advised the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) on how to protect the personal data of millions of citizens.
Life Sciences
25.11.2014
Bristol brings bee biology to BBSRC festival
25 November 2014 Researchers from the School of Biological Sciences showcased their work at the Great British Bioscience Festival in London this month.
Pedagogy/Education Science - Event
25.11.2014
Standout teaching recognised
Medicine/Pharmacology
25.11.2014
Using intelligence to understand cancer’s defence against immunity
A team from the University of Birmingham are looking to receive a boost to their research into a treatment for cancers linked to Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) through a pioneering crowdfunding scheme.
Life Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
25.11.2014
Brain network may be vulnerable to Alzheimer’s and schizophrenia
Physics/Materials Science - Administration/Government
25.11.2014
Scientists receive 5.5m to develop next-generation quantum technology devices
Scientists receive 5.5m to develop next-generation quantum technology devices
Social Sciences
25.11.2014
University Project helps local Roma community campaign for street clean-up
Our structure (research) Impact of our research Postgraduate research 25 Nov 2014 MigRom work aims to improve community relations for Roma community in Manchester The University's Mi
Medicine/Pharmacology - Social Sciences
25.11.2014
Public health interventions needed to tackle grim reaper of ’lifestyle’ disases
Our structure (research) Impact of our research Postgraduate research 25 Nov 2014 Interventions such as the smoking ban help to break habits instead of relying on individuals to make th
Administration/Government - Event
25.11.2014
King's hosts Chevening scholarship programme for Indian Parliamentarians
Event - History/Archeology
24.11.2014
Forget the comet lander - Oxford team shed light on Philae obelisk
History was made this month as the robotic Philae lander completed the first controlled touchdown on a comet.
Careers/Employment - Administration/Government
24.11.2014
University of Sheffield appoints new Chancellor
Administration/Government - Business/Economics
24.11.2014
Nottingham is among big winners in funding grants
The University of Nottingham is one of 10 institutions in the UK to have received the most funding from the research councils.
Life Sciences
24.11.2014
Grant Museum starts major project to preserve rarest skeleton in the world
Grant Museum starts major project to preserve rarest skeleton in the world
Event
24.11.2014
Wellcome Trust Centre for Molecular Parasitology picks up Business Award
Architecture - Business/Economics
24.11.2014
University of Sussex to appeal against planning decision
University of Sussex to appeal against planning decision
University of Sussex to appeal against planning decision The University of Sussex intends to appeal against Brighton & Hove City Council's Planning Committee's decision to turn down an outline application to modernise its campus.
Medicine/Pharmacology
24.11.2014
Researchers develop computer games to prevent falls in the elderly
Our structure (research) Impact of our research Postgraduate research 24 Nov 2014 A team from Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CMFT) and The University of Ma
Life Sciences - Literature/Linguistics
24.11.2014
The evolution of Darwin’s Origin: Cambridge releases 12,000 papers online
Arts and Design
24.11.2014
The University and World War I: a centenary commemoration
Medicine/Pharmacology - Event
24.11.2014
Professor Graham Davies wins lifetime achievement award
Event - Careers/Employment
24.11.2014
BMEc Placements Team shortlisted for National Undergraduate Employability award
BMEc Placements Team shortlisted for National Undergraduate Employability award
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
24.11.2014
Scientist paired with Brighton MP
Scientist paired with Brighton MP
University of Sussex scientist paired with Brighton MP An evolutionary biologist at the University of Sussex has been paired with Dr Caroline Lucas, MP for Brighton Pavilion, as part of a nationwide scheme to build bridges between parliamentarians and the UK's best research scientists. Dr Ted Morrow will spend next week (24-27 November) in Westminster learning how science policy is formed, as well as shadowing Dr Lucas - the UK's only Green MP - at the House of Commons.
Administration/Government
24.11.2014
Lend your help to a quest for justice in Peru
Press release issued: 24 November 2014 A University of Bristol project which aims to connect the voices of people affected by forced sterilisations in Peru with listeners around the world has laun
Study of Religions - History/Archeology
21.11.2014
Professor Amy-Jill Levine to deliver annual Cadbury Lectures
Leading historian Professor Amy-Jill Levine is to give this year's Edward Cadbury Lectures at the University of Birmingham.
Environmental Sciences - Earth Sciences
21.11.2014
Laser scanning accurately 'weighs' trees
Laser scanning accurately ’weighs’ trees
Astronomy - Event
21.11.2014
Imperial Cosmologist selected as Global Thinker by international magazine
Imperial Cosmologist selected as Global Thinker by international magazine
Physics/Materials Science
21.11.2014
CERN makes public the first data from LHC experiments
CERN makes public the first data from LHC experiments
CERN has this week launched an Open Data Portal, making data from Large Hadron Collider (LHC) experiments openly available to all for the first time. Experiments at the LHC at CERN are addressing some of the most fundamental questions about the origin, evolution and composition of our universe.
Life Sciences - History/Archeology
21.11.2014
Dizzying heights: prehistoric farming on the ’roof of the world’
Animal teeth, bones and plant remains have helped researchers from Cambridge, China and America to pinpoint a date for what could be the earliest sustained human habitation at high altitude. Human expansion into the higher, colder altitudes took place as the continental temperatures were becoming colder Professor Martin Jones Archaeological discoveries from the 'roof of the world' on the Tibetan Plateau indicate that from 3,600 years ago, crop growing and the raising of livestock was taking place year-round at hitherto unprecedented altitudes.
History/Archeology
21.11.2014
Sussex professor to discuss voice and radio on BBC Radio 3
Sussex professor to discuss voice and radio on BBC Radio 3
Sussex professor to discuss voice and radio on BBC Radio 3 A Sussex professor's lecture on the power of radio to influence the public is to be broadcast on BBC Radio 3 next week (26 November).
Medicine/Pharmacology - Psychology
21.11.2014
Celebrating 10 years of KCMHR
The King's Centre for Military Health (KCMHR) celebrated its 10th birthday yesterday at a special event in King's College London, attended by over 150 guests.
Social Sciences - Business/Economics
21.11.2014
University aims to lead the world in solving society’s problems
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
21.11.2014
£50m investment to develop lung cancer drugs
Our structure (research) Impact of our research Postgraduate research 21 Nov 2014 The Cancer Research Technology Pioneer Fund (CPF) today (Friday) has announced a collaboration with the Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute Drug Discovery Unit, at The University of Manchester, to develop a promising class of drugs called RET inhibitors to treat cancer.
Social Sciences
21.11.2014
NEWS BRIEFING: One year since the protests began in the Ukraine
Our structure (research) Impact of our research Postgraduate research 21 Nov 2014 Dr Olga Onuch is a Senior Lecturer in Politics at The University of Manchester and a Research Fellow at Nuffield College at the University of Oxford.
Event - Careers/Employment
20.11.2014
Manchester honoured in sustainability awards
Medicine/Pharmacology
20.11.2014
Shopping vouchers for breastfeeding set for wide-scale trial
Shopping vouchers for breastfeeding set for wide-scale trial
Over half of all eligible mothers signed up to the feasibility study A third of mothers claimed vouchers for breastfeeding their baby up to eight weeks Large-scale trial will now be offered to
Medicine/Pharmacology - Earth Sciences
20.11.2014
Staying ahead of the game: Pre-empting flu evolution may make for better vaccines
An international team of researchers has shown that it may be possible to improve the effectiveness of the seasonal flu vaccine by 'pre-empting' the evolution of the influenza virus.
Physics/Materials Science - Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
20.11.2014
Nuclear AMRC & US firm sign agreement to develop next generation small modular reactors
Nuclear AMRC & US firm sign agreement to develop next generation small modular reactors
Home > News > News releases > Nuclear AMRC & US firm sign agreement to develop next generation small modular reactors Homeowners could benefit from a cheaper energy alternative thanks to a partne
Business/Economics
20.11.2014
University Asian business specialist receives Mulan award
Business/Economics - Physics/Materials Science
20.11.2014
Manchester to host commercial graphene workshops
Business/Economics - Administration/Government
20.11.2014
Entrepreneurship shouldn’t be a silver bullet for fighting poverty
Social Sciences
20.11.2014
Comment: ‘Vape’ – A Word that Encapsulates the Nothingness of Today - See more at: http://www.crickc
Home > News > News releases > Comment: ‘Vape' – A Word that Encapsulates the Nothingness of Today - See more at: http://www.crickc Professor Matthew Flinders from the University of Sheffield's
Medicine/Pharmacology
20.11.2014
Primary care research in Nottingham shares £30m funding boost
PA 297/14 The Division of Primary Care at The University of Nottingham, along with eight other Universities has been selected to share 30m in additional research funding for the next five years.
Event - Literature/Linguistics
20.11.2014
University Library wins Digital Preservation Award
Event - Business/Economics
20.11.2014
Career and Education Website of the Year 2014
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
20.11.2014
Chief Medical Officer visits Bristol to meet health researchers and open a new research collaboration
Press release issued: 20 November 2014 The Chief Medical Officer for England will be visiting Bristol on Wednesday [26 November] to meet researchers who are helping to combat key public health issues.
Astronomy
20.11.2014
Unravelling the Mystery of Gamma-Ray Bursts
A team of scientists hope to trace the origins of gamma-ray bursts with the aid of giant space 'microphones'. Researchers at Cardiff University are trying to work out the possible sounds scientists might expect to hear when the ultra-sensitive LIGO and Virgo detectors are switched on in 2015. It's hoped the kilometre-scale microphones will detect gravitational waves created by black holes, and shed light on the origins of the Universe.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
20.11.2014
National School status for care research centre confirmed
Our structure (research) Impact of our research Postgraduate research 20 Nov 2014 The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) has announced that The University of Manchester's Cen
Environmental Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
20.11.2014
Plague outbreaks linked to El Nio climate conditions
Chemistry - Physics/Materials Science
20.11.2014
New molecular storage devices could bridge memory gap
New molecules could be the key to solving a looming problem with flash memory storage, researchers say in a new report published in the journal Nature today (Thursday 20 November). Flash memory is a popular form of electronic data storage commonly used in devices such as smartphones, cameras and memory sticks.
Chemistry - Medicine/Pharmacology
20.11.2014
1.5m lab heralds "chemistry renaissance" at University of Glasgow
Social Sciences
20.11.2014
Committee backs academic’s calls to enshrine education in violence bill
An influential group of AMs has backed calls from a Cardiff University academic to enshrine education and children's rights in law as part of a Bill to end gender-based violence in Wales.
Computer Science/Telecom - Business/Economics
19.11.2014
Imperial and IBM collaborate in cognitive computing
Imperial and IBM collaborate in cognitive computing
History/Archeology - Event
19.11.2014
Bringing Africa to Bristol
Press release issued: 19 November 2014 This week, Bristol will play host to one of the largest annual gatherings of experts in African archaeology.
Event
19.11.2014
Cardiff and Ford collaboration recognised at top Awards ceremony
Business/Economics - Administration/Government
19.11.2014
Minister encouraged by University enterprise and innovation
Environmental Sciences - Event
19.11.2014
Innovative sustainable food project wins environmental award
Innovative sustainable food project wins environmental award
Medicine/Pharmacology - Psychology
19.11.2014
Improving the lives of dementia carers
Improving the lives of dementia carers
A psychological intervention that provides stress relief and emotional support for people caring for relatives with dementia can reduce depression and anxiety and improve wellbeing at no extra cost to standard care, finds new UCL research published in Lancet Psychiatry . The study led by Professor Gill Livingston (UCL Psychiatry) found that family caregivers receiving the START (STrAtegies for RelaTives) programme were seven times less likely to develop clinically significant depression than those given usual care, with benefits lasting for at least 2 years.
History/Archeology - Business/Economics
19.11.2014
Dictionary launched to save endangered language
Dictionary launched to save endangered language
Dictionary launched to save endangered language A linguistic historian has helped to produce the first-ever online dictionary of Louisiana Creole to try to save the language from extinction.
Environmental Sciences - Earth Sciences
19.11.2014
Calcium loss turning lakes to ’jelly’
Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
19.11.2014
Bristol becomes a partner in VIEWS wing technology project
Administration/Government
19.11.2014
Mounted police units in neighbourhoods ’boost public trust'
Astronomy - Physics/Materials Science
19.11.2014
University of Glasgow lends expertise to Lunar Mission One
Scientists from the University of Glasgow have pledged their support to the Lunar Mission One project.
Life Sciences - Mathematics
19.11.2014
Lifelong learning and the plastic brain
Our brains are plastic. They continually remould neural connections as we learn, experience and adapt.
Business/Economics - Administration/Government
19.11.2014
Tech City UK and UCL launch the Digital Business Academy
Tech City UK and UCL launch the Digital Business Academy
History/Archeology - Careers/Employment
19.11.2014
Tricks of the trade: magic and mischief in the making
Victorian magicians Rhys Morgan and Robert West will be at Sidney Sussex College tonight (19 November 2014) where their show will provoke discussions about the nature of truth, the skills of deception, and the blurred lines betweenwhat's real and what's imagined.
Life Sciences
19.11.2014
Stingless bees bite to the death to defend colony
Stingless bees bite to the death to defend colony
Stingless bees bite to the death to defend colony Sussex researchers have found that stingless bees will engage in suicidal biting in order to defend their colony. PhD students Kyle Shackleton, Hasan Al Toufailia and Nick Balfour worked with Brazilian colleagues at the University of Sao Paolo to measure the aggressiveness of various stingless bee species.
Business/Economics - Event
19.11.2014
'Launching your business: how best to execute'
Event - Medicine/Pharmacology
19.11.2014
IoPPN researchers receive MQ PsychIMPACT awards
Dr Colette Hirsch , Clinical Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King's College London, has been awarded a PsychIMPACT award from new research charity MQ: Transforming Mental Health.
Medicine/Pharmacology
19.11.2014
New phone app to strengthen new parents' engagement with health services
Researchers from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King's College London have helped develop a new phone app to guide parents from conception through to the first six months of a baby's life.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Social Sciences
19.11.2014
Improving healthcare for survivors and perpetrators of domestic violence and abuse
Press release issued: 19 November 2014 Healthcare professionals, researchers and survivors of domestic violence and abuse (DVA) are meeting today [19 November] at a conference in Bristol to discuss the findings of a five-year research programme, the largest of its kind in the UK. Funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), the Programme of Research on Violence in Diverse Domestic Environments (PROVIDE) aims to improve outcomes for survivors of DVA and the quality of healthcare for survivors and perpetrators.
Law/Forensics
18.11.2014
Shami Chakrabarti praises Manchester’s proud history of civil rights leaders
Medicine/Pharmacology
18.11.2014
Liverpool to establish Centre for preterm birth research
Arts and Design
18.11.2014
Putting an end to modern slavery
This week the Modern Slavery Bill was debated by the House of Lords. Among the many anti-slavery campaigners taking a close interest was Professor Zoe Trodd , an expert in contemporary and historic slavery at The University of Nottingham.
Life Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
18.11.2014
Pedal power raises £750,000
Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics - Business/Economics
18.11.2014
DIAL B for Boeing
Duncan McFarlane, Professor of Industrial Information Engineering and head of the Distributed Information & Automation Laboratory (DIAL) at the University's Institute of Manufacturing (IfM), and membe
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
18.11.2014
Old Joe turns blue for European Antibiotic Awareness Day
The University of Birmingham's iconic clock tower ‘Old Joe' turned a shade of blue as part of European Antibiotic Awareness Day (EAAD) on Tuesday 18 October. This year's EAAD message is to raise awareness on how to use antibiotics in a responsible way that will help keep them effective for as long as possible and until new treatments are available.
Arts and Design
18.11.2014
Sussex academic plays cello at Russell Brand book launch
Sussex academic plays cello at Russell Brand book launch
Sussex academic plays cello at Russell Brand book launch A Sussex academic was one of 12 musicians who appeared on stage at the Royal Albert Hall in London last Friday (14 November) to support the launch of comedian Russell Brand's new children's book.
Life Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
18.11.2014
International conference debates stem cell research and therapy
International conference debates stem cell research and therapy
International conference debates stem cell research and therapy What is there between bona fide and rogue stem cell therapy? That was the central question of an international conference at the University of Sussex last week.
Administration/Government - Business/Economics
18.11.2014
Lord Adonis appointed Visiting Professor
Lord Adonis has been appointed Visiting Professor to the Policy Institute at King's, a hub linking insightful research with rapid, relevant policy analysis to stimulate ‘edgy' forward-looking debate and shape future policy agendas.
Medicine/Pharmacology
18.11.2014
Linguistic and cultural factors influence GPs exams
Research at King's College London , with the Universities of Nottingham and Cardiff, has identified features of both candidate performance and of structured clinical skills examination design in general that contribute to our understanding of the reasons why International Medical Graduates (IMGs) have a lower success rate than their UK counterparts in the licensing examination for GPs in the UK.
Physics/Materials Science - Astronomy
17.11.2014
Rosetta gears up for comet's dramatic solar approach
Rosetta gears up for comet’s dramatic solar approach
The Imperial-designed plasma sensor on board the Rosetta spacecraft is preparing to measure heightened activity of comet 67P as it approaches the Sun.
Life Sciences
17.11.2014
Neuroscientist's book of illusions wins children's science prize
Neuroscientist’s book of illusions wins children’s science prize
Administration/Government - Business/Economics
17.11.2014
Manchester academic comments on Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
17.11.2014
Call for rare disease research with Pfizer: interview with Jonathan Weber
Call for rare disease research with Pfizer: interview with Jonathan Weber
Imperial scientists are being asked to submit proposals for rare disease research as part of a collaboration with Pfizer to research new medicines.
Law/Forensics - Social Sciences
17.11.2014
Prejudice is being privatised by equality legislation
Equality legislation has changed behaviour but not views A privatisation of prejudice is taking place Theory could help explain the rise of anti-immigration parties like UKIP Prejudiced attitudes towards minorities have not gone away as a result of equality legislation they have just been privatised, new research by the University of Sheffield has revealed.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Psychology
17.11.2014
Researchers contribute to restrictions on Electroshock Therapy (ECT) in Australia
Professor Read's review of the literature on the safety and efficacy of ECT research was cited numerous times during the intense debate of the bill.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Administration/Government
17.11.2014
Trials of an experimental Ebola vaccine progress at speed
Almost 200 people have received a candidate Ebola vaccine in little more than two months in safety trials carried out in the USA, UK, Mali and Switzerland.
Business/Economics
17.11.2014
Supporting UK's ambitious small businesses can accelerate growth and job creation
Supporting UK’s ambitious small businesses can accelerate growth and job creation
A Progress Report on the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses programme, produced by UCL along with four other academic institutions, has demonstrated that it is enabling participating businesses to grow faster and create more jobs than they otherwise would have.
Social Sciences - Careers/Employment
17.11.2014
Egg freezing: An empowering option for women?
Katie Hammond, a PhD candidate in the Department of Sociology researching the experience of egg donation in Canada, discusses the recent decision by tech giants Facebook and Apple to offer egg freezing to female employees, and why she co-authored a recent commentary on this subject.
Social Sciences
17.11.2014
Trailer for British Election Study film goes live
Our structure (research) Impact of our research Postgraduate research 17 Nov 2014 A trailer for a new film 'The British Election Study: Understanding British Democracy', is now availabl
Event - Business/Economics
17.11.2014
A new perspective on strategy in King's east coast US trip
High-profile speakers have been addressing King's alumni at a series of events on the theme of strategy on an east coast tour of the United States.
Business/Economics - Event
14.11.2014
Defect detection system wins top prize
Administration/Government
14.11.2014
Gardening and Muck in Day at St Pancras
Gardening and Muck in Day at St Pancras
Medicine/Pharmacology
14.11.2014
Cancer patient launches exhibition celebrating the heroes who care for her
Cancer patient launches exhibition celebrating the heroes who care for her
A creative cancer patient has been inspired by the team supporting her throughout her treatment to create a photography exhibition in their honour.
Social Sciences
14.11.2014
Dry January leads to less drinking all year round
Dry January leads to less drinking all year round
Dry January leads to less drinking all year round Giving up alcohol completely during January reduces harmful drinking all year round, new University of Sussex research has found. Psychologist Dr Richard de Visser found that six months after completing Dry January – Alcohol Concern's annual booze-free campaign for social drinkers – participants were drinking less, drinking less often and not getting drunk as much.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Event
14.11.2014
National award for transforming data into knowledge
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
14.11.2014
University of Cambridge to establish two new Blood and Transplant Research Units
Medicine/Pharmacology
14.11.2014
Manchester academic shares £1.2million from Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund
Our structure (research) Impact of our research Postgraduate research 14 Nov 2014 Dr Jason Bruce from the Faculty of Life Sciences has been awarded a grant of just under 180,000 by The Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Microtechnics/Electroengineering
14.11.2014
Health device propels Imperial team to international success
Health device propels Imperial team to international success
An Imperial team has come second in a global competition and won $120,000 after creating a device that analyses the body's sounds to detect illnesses. The GUES team from Imperial College London came second in the XPRIZE Nokia Sensing XCHALLENGE , in which they were the only UK based team. The international competition aimed to develop breakthrough high impact medical sensing technologies that will ultimately enable faster diagnoses and easier personal health monitoring.
Life Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
14.11.2014
Herbal brew by-product helps team win prizes in global competition
Herbal brew by-product helps team win prizes in global competition
A water filter made from a by-product of herbal tea has helped a student team come second in an international synthetic biology competition.
Medicine/Pharmacology
14.11.2014
Tianjin and Shanghai join Cities Changing Diabetes on World Diabetes Day
The Chinese Cities of Tianjin and Shanghai have joined Cities Changing Diabetes - an initiative by Novo Nordisk, UCL and the Steno Diabetes Centre to fight the urban diabetes epidemic - today, World Diabetes Day.
Life Sciences
14.11.2014
Mapping The Genes of An Endangered Sea Creature
Our structure (research) Impact of our research Postgraduate research 14 Nov 2014 Scientists at The University of Manchester are attempting to map the genes of an endangered British sea creature to aid a captive breeding programme.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
14.11.2014
Tricking mosquitoes into thinking they've mated could reduce spread of malaria
Tricking mosquitoes into thinking they’ve mated could reduce spread of malaria
Tricking virgin female mosquitoes into thinking they've mated could significantly reduce the spread of malaria, according to a new study.
Life Sciences - Chemistry
14.11.2014
Artificial muscle capable of ’remembering’ movements developed
Researchers from the University of Cambridge have developed artificial muscles which can learn and recall specific movements, the first time that motion control and memory have been combined in a synthetic material.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Agronomy/Food Science
14.11.2014
Britain's obese in denial about their weight
Britain’s obese in denial about their weight
A majority of obese people in Britain would not describe themselves as "obese", and many would not even describe themselves as "very overweight", according to research by UCL and Cancer Research UK published in BMJ Open.
Business/Economics
14.11.2014
Sussex economist appointed to chair investigation into retail banking
Sussex economist appointed to chair investigation into retail banking
Sussex economist appointed to chair investigation into retail banking A University of Sussex economist is to chair an independent investigation into competition in retail banking.
Careers/Employment
14.11.2014
Record turn-out at 2014 Careers Fair
Record turn-out at 2014 Careers Fair
Medicine/Pharmacology - Psychology
14.11.2014
Perinatal mental health crucial for physical and mental wellbeing of both parents and child
Researchers at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN), along with colleagues at the University of Oxford and University of Cardiff, have highlighted the importance of looking a
Psychology - Medicine/Pharmacology
14.11.2014
Perinatal mental health crucial for physical and mental wellbeing of both parents and child
Press release issued: 14 November 2014 The importance of looking after the mental health of parents during pregnancy and after childbirth, in order to promote the physical and mental wellbeing of both parents and child, is highlighted in The Lancet today. If left untreated, a parent's mental disorder can be associated with psychological difficulties in the children, according to researchers at the University of Bristol, King's College London, the University of Oxford and Cardiff University.
Life Sciences
13.11.2014
Bird battles promote unity on the front line
Press release issued: 13 November 2014 Like the Three Musketeers' famous strategy of 'all for one, and one for all', birds marshal their troops to defend key resources when threatened by rivals, new research from the University of Bristol has found. Biologists Dr Andy Radford and Dr Tim Fawcett found that groups of green woodhoopoes unite at nightfall following a territorial conflict with their neighbours.
Event
13.11.2014
The Experiment: a new model for scientific research?
The Experiment: a new model for scientific research?
A new model for scientific research is being piloted by UCL neuroscientists, who will be launching 'The Experiment' on Monday 24 November at a secret underground venue in Clerkenwell. Participants in The Experiment will be not only subjects, but experimenters, observers, and audience members in an immersive experience.
Business/Economics - Careers/Employment
13.11.2014
UCL startup celebrates first place at Europe's biggest technology conference
UCL startup celebrates first place at Europe’s biggest technology conference
Medicine/Pharmacology
13.11.2014
Comment: Regenerative medicine has huge potential but it does not come cheap
Home > News > News releases > Comment: Regenerative medicine has huge potential but it does not come cheap Giulia Gigliobianco, PhD student in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine at the University of Sheffield, discusses the cost of regenerative medicine.
Event
13.11.2014
Durham launches the UK's first collegiate universities conference
Durham launches the UK’s first collegiate universities conference
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Business/Economics - Physics/Materials Science
13.11.2014
Landmark partnership to further commercialisation of graphene
Our structure (research) Impact of our research Postgraduate research 13 Nov 2014 The University of Manchester and National Physical Laboratory collaborate to speed up application of wo
Administration/Government - Computer Science/Telecom
13.11.2014
Software to automatically outline bones in x-rays
Our structure (research) Impact of our research Postgraduate research 13 Nov 2014 Research into disorders such as arthritis is to be helped by new software developed at the University of Manchester which automatically outlines bones – saving thousands of hours of manual work.
Event
13.11.2014
MSc Medical Genetics Teaching Team wins UK Prospects Postgraduate Award
Life Sciences - Business/Economics
13.11.2014
Groundbreaking Welsh research project seeks to substantially cut cyclist deaths
A pioneering collaborative project has been launched in Wales to improve bicycle safety helmet performance using state-of-the-art 3D printing and supercomputing technology.
Environmental Sciences
13.11.2014
The hidden ’evil twin’ of climate change
According to the results of a major new national survey published by the University, the majority of the British public has a very low awareness of the issue of ocean acidification, with around only one-in-five participants stating they had even heard of the issue. The oceans are currently absorbing large quantities of the carbon dioxide which has been emitted into the atmosphere from human activities.
Business/Economics
13.11.2014
Bristol spin-out awarded £600,000 to develop haptic technology
Event - Life Sciences
13.11.2014
Exploring voice to create an alternative language
13 November 2014 During November, Bristol academics are working with artist Emma Smith to host a series of events which explore the power of the voice to connect us to one another.
Social Sciences - Psychology
13.11.2014
Comment: X Factor’s Cheryl and how not to talk about mental illness on TV
Home > News > News releases > Comment: X Factor's Cheryl and how not to talk about mental illness on TV Chloe Simpson-Southward, PhD Student in Clinical Psychology at the University of Sheffield, discusses perceptions of mental illness.
Environmental Sciences - Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
13.11.2014
A cool appointment: Birmingham introduces new Visiting Professor of Power and Cold Economy
Toby Peters, long-time advocate of UK-based innovation in energy systems and founder of Highview Power and the Dearman Engine Company, has been appointed to the position of Visiting Professor in Power and Cold Economy at the University of Birmingham.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
13.11.2014
Oxford to lead trial of experimental drug in Ebola patients
A clinical trial is to be carried out in West Africa to see whether a novel antiviral drug called brincidofovir is effective against Ebola, subject to regulatory approval.
Event - Medicine/Pharmacology
13.11.2014
Why did the chicken cross the globe? (and why should we care?)
Why on earth should we care about chickens? They are comical, stupid and their only purpose is to provide us with meat and eggs, right? While this may be the common perception of chickens today, it is a very recent attitude.
Life Sciences - Event
13.11.2014
King's honorary doctorates 2014
Medicine/Pharmacology
13.11.2014
Could walking to work help fix the nation’s health woes?
Press release issued: 13 November 2014 Businesses will be encouraging their workers to walk to work as part of a new 1 million trial which gets underway this month.
Careers/Employment
12.11.2014
Creators can encourage gaming communities to self-police against bigotry
When respected and admired professionals in the gaming industry promote tolerance and introduce their audience to different ideas about gender and sexuality, their young gaming fans will follow suit, becoming more tolerant of others. That's the conclusion of new research, published this week, which reveals the true nature of an online videogame community.
Psychology
12.11.2014
Researchers call for withdrawal of investment in Glasgow’s flagship parenting programme
An evaluation by academics of Glasgow's flagship parenting programme – the Triple P (Positive Parenting Programme) – has found a low completion rate among families, particularly those from more deprived areas, and minimal impact on the most vulnerable children.
Environmental Sciences - Physics/Materials Science
12.11.2014
Prof Steven Chu gives Romanes Lecture on energy and climate change
A Nobel laureate who served in Barack Obama's administration as the US Secretary of Energy has delivered the 115th Romanes Lecture.
Event - Business/Economics
12.11.2014
University and industry collaborations recognised by prestigious award
University and industry collaborations recognised by prestigious award
Microtechnics/Electroengineering - Computer Science/Telecom
12.11.2014
4 million micro-machining laboratory opened at Imperial
£4 million micro-machining laboratory opened at Imperial
A 4 million mini-factory for developing the next generation of miniaturised medical devices and robots officially opened this week.
Life Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
12.11.2014
Worm Wagon will be wonder at Great British Bioscience Festival
Our structure (research) Impact of our research Postgraduate research 12 Nov 2014 A team from The University of Manchester will be taking a topical look at how to avoid the spread of infection at The Great British Bioscience Festival.
Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics - Medicine/Pharmacology
12.11.2014
AMRC reveals five year plan to double turnover
The University of Sheffield's pioneering Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre has unveiled plans to more than double its turnover to in excess of 80 million over the next five years.
Arts and Design
12.11.2014
Nottingham academic to deliver public talk on the First World War
A University of Nottingham trauma expert is to introduce a classic war film at a free public screening to commemorate the centenary year of the outbreak of the First World War.
Chemistry - Physics/Materials Science
12.11.2014
ESA’s Rosetta mission - what is the comet lander looking for?
Today, the European Space Agency's (ESA) Rosetta mission is attempting one of the most ambitious manoeuvres in space exploration: to soft-land a robotic probe on a comet for the first time.
Microtechnics/Electroengineering - Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
12.11.2014
The art of engineering: images from the frontiers of technology
Chemistry - Physics/Materials Science
12.11.2014
ESA’s Rosetta mission - historic attempt to land on a comet
Today, the European Space Agency's (ESA) Rosetta mission is attempting one of the most ambitious manoeuvres in space exploration: to soft-land a robotic probe on a comet for the first time.
Medicine/Pharmacology
12.11.2014
Imperial Podcast: WW1 medicine, digital currencies and flying robots
Imperial researchers explain how army doctors dealt with amputees' pain in the First World War, and how it's managed now.
Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics - Microtechnics/Electroengineering
12.11.2014
Bristol-Airbus Group charter reinforces University-industry links
Physics/Materials Science - Astronomy
12.11.2014
Anxious wait for Rosetta mission as craft tries to land on comet
Earth Sciences
12.11.2014
Manchester academic contributes to new UK Energy Research Centre research on gas
Our structure (research) Impact of our research Postgraduate research 12 Nov 2014 Major new piece of research outlines the role gas will play as a 'bridging fuel' to a low-carbon economy, but warns that it won't be long before gas becomes part of the problem rather than the solution.
Business/Economics
12.11.2014
Gas as a bridge to a low-carbon future
Gas as a bridge to a low-carbon future
Gas could play an important role as a 'bridging fuel' to a low-carbon economy but it won't be long before gas becomes part of the problem rather than the solution, finds a study involving UCL scientists.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Psychology
12.11.2014
Virtual reality helps people to comfort and accept themselves
Virtual reality helps people to comfort and accept themselves
Self-compassion can be learned using avatars in an immersive virtual reality, finds new research led by UCL. This innovative approach reduced self-criticism and increased self-compassion and feelings of contentment in naturally self-critical individuals. The scientists behind the MRC-funded study say it could be applied to treat a range of clinical conditions including depression.
Event
12.11.2014
Policy pitching competition launched
Environmental Sciences
12.11.2014
Gas can be a bridge to a low-carbon future, says new report
Gas can be a bridge to a low-carbon future, says new report
Gas can be a bridge to a low-carbon future, says new report A major new report co-written by a Sussex academic suggests that gas could play an important role as a ‘bridging fuel' to a low-carb
Event - Business/Economics
11.11.2014
University of Birmingham forging lasting collaborations with India
Medicine/Pharmacology - Physics/Materials Science
11.11.2014
Sources substantiate claim that Doctor Who may have graduated from University
New research by archivists supports claims made by Doctor Who that the celebrated Time Lord may at some point have received a Doctorate from the University of Glasgow.
Event - Environmental Sciences
11.11.2014
Scientists shortlisted for impact of ozone depletion research
Administration/Government
11.11.2014
World-leading resource launched for assessing and increasing Gaelic proficiency
Related links: Professor Roibeard O Maolalaigh Celtic and Gaelic A project to develop an international world-leading framework for the teaching and learning of Scottish Gaelic is being launched at the Universities of Glasgow and Aberdeen.
Social Sciences - Event
11.11.2014
Lancaster professor receives knighthood
Lancaster professor receives knighthood
Social Sciences
11.11.2014
Knighthood for VC at Buckingham Palace
Medicine/Pharmacology
11.11.2014
Over 4 million awarded to University to fight zoonotic disease
Over 4 million awarded to University to fight zoonotic disease
> Professor Ruth Zadoks > Professor Daniel Haydon > Professor Sarah Cleaveland > Professor Jo Sharp > Professor Jo Halliday > The Boyd Orr Centre for Population and Ecosystem Health
Medicine/Pharmacology - Life Sciences
11.11.2014
Tumour-analysis technology enables speedier treatment decisions for bowel-cancer patients
Tumour-analysis technology enables speedier treatment decisions for bowel-cancer patients
Tumour-analysis technology enables speedier treatment decisions for bowel-cancer patients Technology developed at the University of Sussex helps hospitals make earlier and more accurate treatment decisions and survival assessments for patients with bowel cancer.
Business/Economics - Administration/Government
11.11.2014
Payday loan firms risk "annihilation", says report author
The author of a major study that prompted the introduction of a cap on the cost of payday loans has warned lenders face 'annihilation' if they do not change their ways.
Earth Sciences - Business/Economics
11.11.2014
Gas can be a bridge to a low carbon future, new research says
Gas can be a bridge to a low carbon future, new research says
We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. You can change your cookie settings at any time. Otherwise, we'll assume you're OK to continue. Gas can be a bridge to a low carbon future, new research says Gas could play an important role as a 'bridging fuel' to a low carbon economy, according to new research co-authored by Durham University.
Social Sciences - Life Sciences
11.11.2014
Brothers in arms ’bond like family’
A study of Libyan revolutionaries surveyed during the 2011 conflict has found that they were as strongly bonded with each other as with their own families, with the bonds among frontline fighters the strongest of all. The survey included revolutionaries who served on the frontline with an assault rifle and non-fighters, such as workers who serviced vehicles or drove ambulances.
Physics/Materials Science
11.11.2014
Rutherford’s secret war mission helped pioneer ‘sonar’
Our structure (research) Impact of our research Postgraduate research 11 Nov 2014 Manchester scientist Ernest Rutherford – famed for "splitting the atom” – also deserves better re
Event
11.11.2014
HS2 boss to give evidence to Transport Select Committee at Manchester
Our structure (research) Impact of our research Postgraduate research 11 Nov 2014 Sir David Higgins, chair of HS2 Ltd, will be called to give evidence at a one-off session of the House of Commons' Transport Select Committee to be held at The University of Manchester.
Literature/Linguistics
11.11.2014
Elbow’s Guy Garvey visits John Rylands Library for BBC 6 Music special
Our structure (research) Impact of our research Postgraduate research 11 Nov 2014 Guy Garvey, lead singer of acclaimed band Elbow, visited The John Rylands Library to make recordings for his radio show, to be broadcast on 16 November.
Social Sciences - Medicine/Pharmacology
11.11.2014
Research unit celebrates 40 years of improving social care
Our structure (research) Impact of our research Postgraduate research 11 Nov 2014 A research centre which is dedicated to improving care for older people, people with dementia, and others who need long term help outside of hospital is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2014.
Chemistry - Life Sciences
11.11.2014
New single-step method for conserving waterlogged wooden artefacts
A safer, greener material for conserving waterlogged wooden artefacts, such as those recovered from Henry VIII's ship Mary Rose, could preserve important pieces of our history for generations to come. A lack of new preservation methods could be putting the future survival of many important artefacts in jeopardy Zarah Walsh A team of researchers, led by the University of Cambridge in collaboration with the Mary Rose Trust, have designed a new, more effective, method for preserving waterlogged historical wooden artefacts.
Earth Sciences
11.11.2014
Energy engineers call for new regulatory framework for fracking
Leading energy engineers are suggesting that UK regulations on the surface vibrations caused by shale gas fracking are unnecessarily restrictive.
Environmental Sciences - Administration/Government
11.11.2014
Sussex bee researcher makes a B-Line for London
Sussex bee researcher makes a B-Line for London
Sussex bee researcher makes a B-Line for London London's abuzz with reaction to the recent National Pollinator Strategy unveiled by Environment Secretary Liz Truss.
Business/Economics - Law/Forensics
11.11.2014
Future leaders of India at King's
Professionals from all walks of life have been developing their leadership skills on a respected Indian-UK exchange programme hosted by King's College London.
Medicine/Pharmacology - Psychology
11.11.2014
Limiting duration of overseas deployment prevents mental health problems in UK troops
Researchers from King's College London Centre for Military Health Research (KCMHR) report that prolonged periods of deployment among the UK armed forces have fallen since the introduction of the “H
Social Sciences - Environmental Sciences
11.11.2014
Global energy cooperation needs urgent reform, say researchers
Global energy cooperation needs urgent reform, say researchers
China and other developing nations must play a larger role in global energy governance, according to senior UK, Chinese and US energy experts.
Medicine/Pharmacology
11.11.2014
HIP HOP PSYCH initiative aims to tackle mental health issues through hip-hop
The two worlds of hip-hop and psychiatry are being brought together in a unique project led by researchers at the University of Cambridge, which aims to use the lyrics and music of artists such as Nas and Tupac to help tackle issues surrounding mental health.
Administration/Government - Business/Economics
10.11.2014
Sports stars of the future given funding boost
Event - Arts and Design
10.11.2014
Festival to bring Notts heroes and villains back to life
Microtechnics/Electroengineering - Mechanical Engineering/Mechanics
10.11.2014
Lancaster graduates accelerate their way to success
Lancaster graduates accelerate their way to success
Education/Continuing Education
10.11.2014
UCL announces partnership with Newham Collegiate Sixth Form Centre
UCL announces partnership with Newham Collegiate Sixth Form Centre
Medicine/Pharmacology
10.11.2014
Trial evaluates new laser operation for prostate surgery
Press release issued: 10 November 2014 A 1.2 million trial to evaluate the use of new laser technology for benign prostate surgery - one of the most common operations performed on the NHS - is underway in Bristol.
Physics/Materials Science
07.11.2014
Changing London's cycling infrastructure will improve safety
Changing London’s cycling infrastructure will improve safety
London and other cities in Britain could be made a safer for cyclists finds a study by researchers at UCL and Loughborough University .
Administration/Government
07.11.2014
Crime levels on campus plummet by 49 per cent
Crime levels on campus plummet by 49 per cent
Business/Economics
07.11.2014
University of Birmingham celebrates more than 20 years of graduate success in Singapore
Law/Forensics - Administration/Government
07.11.2014
Can free movement of workers be stopped?
Environmental Sciences - Literature/Linguistics
07.11.2014
Woodland bat species sweats it out in the tropics
A bat species thought to be restricted to temperate forests has been found living thousands of miles from its known range in the sweltering heat of the southern Indian rainforest. The discovery of the Eastern Barbastelle bat, a tiny, insect eating bat with distinctive silky black fur and large ears, in India’s southern Western Ghats was made by a team of researchers from the University of Leeds, the National Centre for Biological Sciences in India and the Nature Conservation Foundation of India, who are building a library of echolocation calls of southern Indian bats.
 
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