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Careers - Aug 15
Careers
The Arts and Humanities Research Council has awarded funding for doctoral training studentships to the London Arts and Humanities Partnership (LAHP), led by UCL.
Life Sciences - Aug 14
Life Sciences

Wasps might not be the nation's favourite insects but are some of the most important so UCL and University of Gloucestershire scientists are again asking for the public's help to find out more about these misunderstood creatures.

Social Sciences - Aug 13
Social Sciences

Books published by UCL Press and authored by UCL academics are the most-read open access ebooks on JSTOR, an online library which provides access to more than 12 million academic articles and books.

Medicine - Aug 10

Professor Helen Chatterjee and Dr Daisy Fancourt have been shortlisted for a prestigious Health Humanities Medal which celebrates good health and wellbeing through arts and humanities research.

Medicine - Aug 9
Medicine

People in Nordic countries, North America, Australia, and New Zealand have the best spatial navigational abilities, according to a new study led by UCL and the University of East Anglia.

Medicine - Aug 13
Medicine

An artificial intelligence (AI) system, which can recommend the correct referral decision for more than 50 eye diseases, as accurately as experts has been developed by Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, DeepMind Health and UCL.

Medicine - Aug 13
Medicine

Rotavirus vaccination reduced infant diarrhoea deaths by 34% in rural Malawi, a region with high levels of child deaths, according to a major new study led by UCL, the University of Liverpool, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and partners in Malawi.

Life Sciences - Aug 10

Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore, deputy director of the UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, is being awarded the Presidents' Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychological Knowledge by the British Psychological Society.

Medicine - Aug 9
Medicine

Ageing in worms mainly results from the direct action of genes and not from random wear and tear or loss of function, and the same is likely to be true in humans, according to research by UCL, Lancaster University and Queen Mary University of London scientists.





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