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  1. First World War Centenary Battlefield Tour Programme | Made at UCL -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/made-at-ucl/stories/first-world-war-centenary-battlefield-tour-programme

    1 Oct 2019: The First World War Centenary Battlefield Tour Programme, devised by the UCL Institute of Education for secondary school pupils, has had a ripple effect of reaching over 15 million people in England with stories from the Western Front over 100 years

    The First World War Centenary Battlefield Tour Programme, devised by the UCL Institute of Education for secondary school pupils, has had a ripple effect of reaching over 15 million people in England with stories from the Western Front over 100 years ago.

  2. Cultural visits are found to reduce loneliness and isolation | Made…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/made-at-ucl/stories/cultural-visits-are-found-reduce-loneliness-and-isolation

    1 Oct 2019: Can you write a prescription for loneliness? UCL's ‘Museums on Prescription’ project found that arts and culture visits have significant potential to reduce isolation in older age.

    Can you write a prescription for loneliness? UCL's ‘Museums on Prescription’ project found that arts and culture visits have significant potential to reduce isolation in older age.

  3. Face of Cheddar Man Revealed | Made at UCL - UCL - London's Global…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/made-at-ucl/stories/face-cheddar-man-revealed

    23 Sep 2019: UCL minds sequenced the DNA of Britain’s oldest near-complete skeleton, Cheddar Man, and found he was blue-eyed and dark-skinned – sharing the appearance of other Western European hunter-gatherers.

    UCL minds sequenced the DNA of Britain’s oldest near-complete skeleton, Cheddar Man, and found he was blue-eyed and dark-skinned – sharing the appearance of other Western European hunter-gatherers.

  4. Creating colours from coalfields | Made at UCL - UCL - London's…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/made-at-ucl/stories/creating-colours-coalfields

    23 Sep 2019: The discovery of five new paint colours in ex-coal mines has been developed by a UCL Slade School artist. It has led to the first-ever use of paint derived from UK coal mine water treatment.

    The discovery of five new paint colours in ex-coal mines has been developed by a UCL Slade School artist. It has led to the first-ever use of paint derived from UK coal mine water treatment.

  5. Fossil dating data that makes a difference | Made at UCL - UCL -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/made-at-ucl/stories/fossil-dating-data-makes-difference

    23 Sep 2019: Researchers at UCL have developed an innovative way of collating vital fossil data which is used around the world to date rocks and to reconstruct past ocean environments and climate.

    Researchers at UCL have developed an innovative way of collating vital fossil data which is used around the world to date rocks and to reconstruct past ocean environments and climate.

  6. Immersive First World War Education programme | Made at UCL - UCL -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/made-at-ucl/stories/immersive-first-world-war-education-programme

    12 Sep 2019: Using the power of storytelling, creative writing and empathy, UCL’s Special Collections helped to teach pupils about the Battle of the Somme and why we should remember those who fought for our liberty as part of the Shrouds of the Somme project

    Using the power of storytelling, creative writing and empathy, UCL’s Special Collections helped to teach pupils about the Battle of the Somme and why we should remember those who fought for our liberty as part of the Shrouds of the Somme project last year.

  7. Legacies of British Slavery | Made at UCL - UCL - London's Global…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/made-at-ucl/stories/legacies-british-slavery

    4 Sep 2019: When slavery was abolished in Britain in 1834, the Government compensated slave owners the equivalent of £17 billion but slaves received nothing. UCL have led the national debate around the long term impact of colonial slavery.

    When slavery was abolished in Britain in 1834, the Government compensated slave owners the equivalent of £17 billion but slaves received nothing. UCL have led the national debate around the long term impact of colonial slavery.

  8. Hide & Seek: A Queer Tour of Bloomsbury | Made at UCL - UCL -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/made-at-ucl/stories/hide-seek-queer-tour-bloomsbury

    4 Sep 2019: This innovative and interactive tour was designed to shed light on the people and places that have contributed to Bloomsbury’s rich and diverse LGBTQ+ heritage.

    This innovative and interactive tour was designed to shed light on the people and places that have contributed to Bloomsbury’s rich and diverse LGBTQ+ heritage.

  9. Where the old world meets the new: AI used to help preserve our…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/made-at-ucl/stories/where-old-world-meets-new-ai-used-help-preserve-our-heritage

    4 Sep 2019: Researchers from UCL Electronic and Electrical Engineering have used Artificial Intelligence (AI) to improve our understanding of art masterpieces and provide new opportunities for art investigation, conservation and presentation.

    Researchers from UCL Electronic and Electrical Engineering have used Artificial Intelligence (AI) to improve our understanding of art masterpieces and provide new opportunities for art investigation, conservation and presentation.

  10. Great Parchment Book rises from the ashes | Made at UCL - UCL -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/made-at-ucl/stories/great-parchment-book-rises-ashes

    1 Sep 2019: Imagine recreating a book digitally that has been unreadable for more than 200 years due to fire damage. Imagine no more because UCL researchers did just this in a first for cultural heritage imaging and computer science.

    Imagine recreating a book digitally that has been unreadable for more than 200 years due to fire damage. Imagine no more because UCL researchers did just this in a first for cultural heritage imaging and computer science.

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