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  1. COVID-19: UCL academics mobilise to provide critical advice and…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2020/apr/covid-19-ucl-academics-mobilise-provide-critical-advice-and-expert-comment

    3 Apr 2020: As coronavirus spreads around the world, UCL experts are taking a prominent role in advancing public knowledge about the virus by advising world leaders, providing expert comment in the media and urgently researching new ways of tackling COVID-19.

    As coronavirus spreads around the world, UCL experts are taking a prominent role in advancing public knowledge about the virus by advising world leaders, providing expert comment in the media and urgently researching new ways of tackling COVID-19.

  2. Collaborating with tech companies is key for fighting COVID-19 | UCL…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2020/mar/collaborating-tech-companies-key-fighting-covid-19

    31 Mar 2020: Scientists are calling on technology companies to work with researchers and governments to help curb the COVID-19 pandemic by sharing their data in a legal, proportionate, ethical and privacy-preserving manner.

    Scientists are calling on technology companies to work with researchers and governments to help curb the COVID-19 pandemic by sharing their data in a legal, proportionate, ethical and privacy-preserving manner.

  3. Urban birds need to be smart or fast-breeding | UCL News - UCL -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2020/mar/urban-birds-need-be-smart-or-fast-breeding

    25 Mar 2020: To thrive in urban environments, birds need to either have large brains, or breed many times over their life, according to a new study involving UCL.

    To thrive in urban environments, birds need to either have large brains, or breed many times over their life, according to a new study involving UCL.

  4. Brain reading technology could help development of…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2020/mar/brain-reading-technology-could-help-development-brainwave-controlled-devices

    23 Mar 2020: A new method to accurately record brain activity at scale has been developed by researchers at UCL, the Crick, and Stanford University.

    A new method to accurately record brain activity at scale has been developed by researchers at UCL, the Crick, and Stanford University.

  5. Opinion: Researchers must ‘stand ready’ to join the NHS during this…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2020/mar/opinion-researchers-must-stand-ready-join-nhs-during-covid-19-pandemic

    19 Mar 2020: This week, as coronavirus took its grip on UK life, UCL decided to release all medically-trained staff from day-to-day responsibilities to support the NHS. Here Professor David Lomas, Vice Provost (Health), explains why we must 'step up and deliver'

    This week, as coronavirus took its grip on UK life, UCL decided to release all medically-trained staff from day-to-day responsibilities to support the NHS. Here Professor David Lomas, Vice Provost (Health), explains why we must 'step up and deliver' to assist the national crisis.

  6. Clinical academics freed up to support NHS during Covid-19 pandemic | …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2020/mar/clinical-academics-freed-support-nhs-during-covid-19-pandemic

    18 Mar 2020: All medically-trained academics at UCL will be released from their research and lecturing responsibilities to support NHS services during the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

    All medically-trained academics at UCL will be released from their research and lecturing responsibilities to support NHS services during the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

  7. African swine fever virus genome mapped | UCL News - UCL - London's…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2020/feb/african-swine-fever-virus-genome-mapped

    21 Feb 2020: Researchers at UCL and the Pirbright Institute have mapped the expression of genes across the entire African swine fever virus (ASFV) genome, which has helped to establish their order of activation as well as uncovering new genes.

    Researchers at UCL and the Pirbright Institute have mapped the expression of genes across the entire African swine fever virus (ASFV) genome, which has helped to establish their order of activation as well as uncovering new genes.

  8. Opinion: Individual responsibility is key to addressing climate…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2020/feb/opinion-individual-responsibility-key-addressing-climate-change

    19 Feb 2020: Governmental action will be crucial in tackling global climate change, but individuals can also take steps and play a major role. Here Professor Gabriel Waksman (UCL Biosciences) writes about his own eco-anxiety and why he's been planting trees to

    Governmental action will be crucial in tackling global climate change, but individuals can also take steps and play a major role. Here Professor Gabriel Waksman (UCL Biosciences) writes about his own eco-anxiety and why he's been planting trees to combat carbon emissions.

  9. Freshwater insects recover while spiders decline in UK | UCL News -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2020/feb/freshwater-insects-recover-while-spiders-decline-uk

    17 Feb 2020: Many insects, mosses and lichens in the UK are bucking the trend of biodiversity loss, according to a comprehensive analysis of over 5,000 species led by UCL and the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH).

    Many insects, mosses and lichens in the UK are bucking the trend of biodiversity loss, according to a comprehensive analysis of over 5,000 species led by UCL and the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH).

  10. Huge bacteria-killing viruses blur the boundaries defining life | UCL …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2020/feb/huge-bacteria-killing-viruses-blur-boundaries-defining-life

    13 Feb 2020: Hundreds of unusually large, bacteria-killing viruses with capabilities normally associated with living organisms, have been identified by a team involving UCL, blurring the line between viruses and living microbes.

    Hundreds of unusually large, bacteria-killing viruses with capabilities normally associated with living organisms, have been identified by a team involving UCL, blurring the line between viruses and living microbes.

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