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  1. Housing costs have exacerbated income inequality in Germany | UCL…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2018/oct/housing-costs-have-exacerbated-income-inequality-germany

    22 Oct 2018: Changes in housing costs have dramatically exacerbated the rise in income inequality in Germany since the mid-1990s, according to new UCL research.

    Changes in housing costs have dramatically exacerbated the rise in income inequality in Germany since the mid-1990s, according to new UCL research.

  2. Laser technology reveals the weight of some of UK's and world's…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2018/feb/laser-technology-reveals-weight-some-uks-and-worlds-biggest-trees

    16 Feb 2018: New laser scanning technology is being used by UCL scientists to provide fresh and unprecedented insights into the structure and mass of trees, a development that will help plot how much carbon they absorb and how they might respond to climate change

    New laser scanning technology is being used by UCL scientists to provide fresh and unprecedented insights into the structure and mass of trees, a development that will help plot how much carbon they absorb and how they might respond to climate change.

  3. Epoch-defining study pinpoints when humans came to dominate planet…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2015/mar/epoch-defining-study-pinpoints-when-humans-came-dominate-planet-earth

    11 Mar 2015: The human-dominated geological epoch known as the Anthropocene probably began around the year 1610, with an unusual drop in atmospheric carbon dioxide and the irreversible exchange of species between the New and Old Worlds, according to new research

    The human-dominated geological epoch known as the Anthropocene probably began around the year 1610, with an unusual drop in atmospheric carbon dioxide and the irreversible exchange of species between the New and Old Worlds, according to new research published today in Nature.

  4. Influential UK birth cohort studies to be brought together for first…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2014/dec/influential-uk-birth-cohort-studies-be-brought-together-first-time

    2 Dec 2014: One outcome of the IOE and UCL merger coming into effect today will be that all five of the UK's national birth cohort studies will be housed at the same institution for the first time, forming the largest concentration of birth cohort expertise in

    One outcome of the IOE and UCL merger coming into effect today will be that all five of the UK's national birth cohort studies will be housed at the same institution for the first time, forming the largest concentration of birth cohort expertise in the world.

  5. Laser scanning accurately 'weighs' trees | UCL News - UCL - London's…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2014/nov/laser-scanning-accurately-weighs-trees

    21 Nov 2014: A terrestrial laser scanning technique that allows the structure of vegetation to be 3D-mapped to the millimetre is more accurate in determining the biomass of trees and carbon stocks in forests than current methods, according to new research

    A terrestrial laser scanning technique that allows the structure of vegetation to be 3D-mapped to the millimetre is more accurate in determining the biomass of trees and carbon stocks in forests than current methods, according to new research involving UCL.

  6. 'London: the Information Capital' showcases UCL data and mapping…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2014/nov/london-information-capital-showcases-ucl-data-and-mapping-research

    5 Nov 2014: A new book bursting with London maps and infographics, published last week, is the result of a year of intense work by Dr James Cheshire (UCL Geography) and designer Oliver Uberti.

    A new book bursting with London maps and infographics, published last week, is the result of a year of intense work by Dr James Cheshire (UCL Geography) and designer Oliver Uberti.

  7. IOE and UCL to consult on proposed merger | UCL News - UCL - London's …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2014/feb/ioe-and-ucl-consult-proposed-merger

    12 Feb 2014: The Institute of Education (IOE) and UCL today announced that they are to begin consultation on a proposed merger.

    The Institute of Education (IOE) and UCL today announced that they are to begin consultation on a proposed merger.

  8. UCL economics professor knighted in New Year's Honours list | UCL…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2014/jan/ucl-economics-professor-knighted-new-years-honours-list

    9 Jan 2014: A number of people from the UCL community have been recognised in the 2014 New Year's Honours list.

    A number of people from the UCL community have been recognised in the 2014 New Year's Honours list.

  9. New Secrets of the Terracotta Warriors | UCL News - UCL - London's…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2013/dec/new-secrets-terracotta-warriors

    5 Dec 2013: A new documentary to be broadcast on Channel 4 this weekend is largely based on research carried out by a team from the UCL Institute of Archaeology, in collaboration with colleagues at the Emperor Qin Shihuang's Mausoleum Site Museum in China.

    A new documentary to be broadcast on Channel 4 this weekend is largely based on research carried out by a team from the UCL Institute of Archaeology, in collaboration with colleagues at the Emperor Qin Shihuang's Mausoleum Site Museum in China.

  10. Ancient pool of warm water questions current climate models | UCL…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2013/apr/ancient-pool-warm-water-questions-current-climate-models

    4 Apr 2013: A huge pool of warm water that stretched out from Indonesia over to Africa and South America four million years ago suggests climate models might be too conservative in forecasting tropical changes.

    A huge pool of warm water that stretched out from Indonesia over to Africa and South America four million years ago suggests climate models might be too conservative in forecasting tropical changes.

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