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Published: 2018-02-24T10:43:35Z

 



Tissue mechanics essential for cell movement

2018-02-14T19:14:31Z

Cells that form facial features need surrounding embryonic tissues to stiffen so they can move and develop, according to new UCL-led research.


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‘Off the shelf’ living artificial tissues could repair severe nerve injuries

2018-02-13T10:10:40Z

Severe nerve damage has been successfully repaired in the laboratory using a new living artificial nerve tissue developed by UCL, ReNeuron and Sartorius Stedim Biotech.


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Face of first Brit revealed

2018-02-06T17:18:31Z

The face of ‘Cheddar Man’, Britain’s oldest nearly complete skeleton at 10,000 years old, is revealed for the first time and with unprecedented accuracy by UCL and Natural History Museum researchers.


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New alien species invasions still rising globally

2018-02-05T17:04:57Z

Up to 16% of all species on Earth could qualify as potential alien species and if they invade new regions, impacts will be difficult to predict, according to new research involving UCL.


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When did flowers originate?

2018-02-05T10:01:46Z

Flowering plants likely originated between 149 and 256 million years ago according to new UCL-led research.


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Synthetic ‘virus’ to kill bacteria

2018-01-23T16:17:43Z

A synthetic ‘virus’ that kills bacteria on first contact has been developed by UCL and National Physical Laboratory researchers (NPL).


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Onions could hold key to fighting antibiotic resistance

2018-01-22T10:04:31Z

A type of onion could help the fight against antibiotic resistance in cases of tuberculosis, a UCL and Birkbeck-led study suggests.


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Six UCL papers in Altmetric Top 100

2018-01-04T14:20:22Z

UCL research captured the public’s imagination last year with six papers featuring in the Altmetric Top 100 of 2.2 million research outputs tracked in 2017.


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Leverhulme Trust recognises UCL research excellence 

2018-01-02T15:59:49Z

The Leverhulme Trust has recognised the excellence of UCL’s research, funding a doctoral training programme as well as making fifteen awards to academics to further their work in a wide range of fields including the study of the genes in yeast, chemistry and English literature.


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Top New Year Honours for UCL academics and alumni

2018-01-02T12:46:14Z

Four UCL academics and five alumni have been awarded honours in the New Year’s Honours including a knighthood and a dame.


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Individual choices, not family influence teenagers’ non-alcoholic drink preference

2017-12-04T16:31:32Z

Adolescents’ non-alcoholic drinks preferences are strongly influenced by their own individual circumstances and lifestyle choices, but not by their families and home environment, according to a new UCL study.


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Behaviour not indicative of pain in stressed babies

2017-11-30T12:58:16Z

In stressed newborn babies, behaviour alone is not a reliable way of assessing pain, according to new UCL and UCLH research.


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Lifespan prolonged by inhibiting common enzyme

2017-11-30T10:17:21Z

The lifespans of flies and worms are prolonged by limiting the activity of an enzyme common to all animals, finds a UCL-led study.


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Foodbank users report benefit delays, adverse life events

2017-11-17T16:01:07Z

A new UCL study surveyed who uses food banks in London, and for what reasons.


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Improving clinical trials with machine learning

2017-11-14T15:13:12Z

Machine learning could improve our ability to determine whether a new drug works in the brain, potentially enabling researchers to detect drug effects that would be missed entirely by conventional statistical tests, finds a new UCL study published today in Brain.


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Mammals switched to daytime activity after dinosaur extinction

2017-11-06T13:50:39Z

Mammals only started being active in the daytime after non-avian dinosaurs were wiped out about 66 million years ago (mya), finds a new study led by UCL and Tel Aviv University’s Steinhardt Museum of Natural History.


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Acid reflux drug linked to more than doubled risk of stomach cancer

2017-11-01T12:19:42Z

The long term use of proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), a class of drugs commonly used to treat acid reflux, is linked to a more than doubling in the risk of developing stomach cancer, finds research by UCL and The University of Hong Kong.


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UCL-led ‘Museums on Prescription’ wins health awards

2017-10-31T17:48:07Z

A UCL and Canterbury Christ Church University-led project ‘Museums on Prescription’ has won two prestigious Royal Society of Public Health Awards for ‘Health & Wellbeing’ and ‘Arts and Health’, with a special commendation for ‘Sustainable Development’.


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The relentless rise of migration in Europe over last 10,000 years

2017-10-31T09:45:59Z

Three major pulses of increased mobility in Europe over the last 10,000 years and a general upward trend in migration have been uncovered in a new study led by researchers from UCL, University of Cambridge and King’s College London.


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New device developed that can weigh a single cell

2017-10-25T15:40:11Z

Scientists have developed a tiny cantilever that can weigh individual cells, which has enabled them to detect that a cell stops growing after catching a virus.


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How $14 billion protected Earth's species

2017-10-25T14:57:13Z

Billions of dollars of financial investment in global conservation has significantly reduced biodiversity loss, according to a new University of Oxford-led study involving UCL.


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Brain takes seconds to switch modes during tasks

2017-10-18T15:44:13Z

The brain rapidly switches between operational modes in response to tasks and what is replayed can predict how well a task will be completed, according to a new UCL study in rats.


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UCL’s teaching successes highlighted in study of national rankings

2017-10-18T06:36:09Z

UCL has been singled out for key features of its teaching including its focus on student employability, curriculum innovations and humility in an analysis of the recent nationwide assessment of universities’ teaching quality.


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Dr Ellie Cosgrave to host new BBC podcast ‘Tomorrow’s World’

2017-10-09T08:50:04Z

Dr Ellie Cosgrave from UCL’s Department of Science, Technology, Engineering & Public Policy (STEaPP) is co-presenting the BBC’s new ‘Tomorrow’s World’ podcast.


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Major rethink needed on stem cells and regenerative medicine

2017-10-04T14:48:09Z

UCL researchers are leading a call for a coordinated strategy to reform the management of scientific discoveries and clinical experimentation involving stem cells and regenerative medicine.


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