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  1. Mentalization-based therapy: improving treatment for patients with borderline personality disorders | Research Impact - UCL – University College London

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/impact/case-studies/2014/dec/mentalization-based-therapy-improving-treatment-patients-borderline

    Research at UCL led to the development of mentalization-based therapy, which has had a major impact on UK and international clinical practice treating self-harming, suicidal patients with a diagnosis ... The breakthrough in better understanding and

  2. Cohort and Longitudinal Studies Enhancement Resources (CLOSER) | Institute of Education - UCL – University College London

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/departments-and-centres/centres/cohort-and-longitudinal-studies-enhancement-resources-closer

    Lisa Calderwood, Social Research Institute . Nishi Chaturvedi, MRC Unit for Lifelong Health and Ageing, UCL. ... UCL Institute of Education. University College London. 20 Bedford Way. London WC1H 0AL.

  3. Mothers’ diets during pregnancy linked to eczema in infants, study finds - CLOSER

    https://www.closer.ac.uk/news-opinion/news/mothers-diets-pregnancy-linked-eczema-infants-study-finds/

    CLOSER. UCL Social Research Institute. 55-59 Gordon Square. London WC1H 0NU.

  4. Thomas Young Centre

    https://www.thomasyoungcentre.org/research-highlights/28/?pl=89&no_redirect=true

    and m-ZrO. 2. exhibit unexpected two-dimensional (2D) polaron behaviour. This discovery broadens the field of quasi-2D systems which often exhibit novel electronic properties.

  5. Eco-Efficiency and Resource Productivity: Concepts, Indicators and Trends in Asia-Pacific | UCL Energy Institute - UCL – University College London

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/energy/publications/2009/jan/eco-efficiency-and-resource-productivity-concepts-indicators-and-trends-asia

    Cengage Learning Asia Pte Ltd . Ekins, P;  (2009)  . The full text of this article is not available through UCL Discovery.

  6. Research | Condensed Matter & Materials Physics - UCL – University College London

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/condensed-matter-material-physics/cmmp-people/group-pages/organic-semiconductors/research

    J. Heeger, A. G. MacDiarmid and H. Shirakawa for the discovery and development of conductive polymers.

  7. Kathleen Lonsdale Building Re-Opened by Sir David Attenborough | UCL Earth Sciences - UCL – University College London

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/earth-sciences/news/2018/apr/kathleen-lonsdale-building-re-opened-sir-david-attenborough

    the outstanding completion of the renovation of the Kathleen Lonsdale Building by UCL Estates as part of Transforming UCL. . ... They showcased activities, discoveries, and research – from machine learning to earthquake geology– in their newly

  8. Isolated older people should be able to benefit from friends and family for health advice, study says - CLOSER

    https://www.closer.ac.uk/news-opinion/news/isolated-older-people-benefit-friends-family-health-advice/

    CLOSER. UCL Social Research Institute. 55-59 Gordon Square. London WC1H 0NU.

  9. Successful ‘alien’ bird invasions are location dependent | UCL School of Life and Medical Sciences - UCL – University College London

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/school-life-medical-sciences/news/2019/jun/successful-alien-bird-invasions-are-location-dependent

    is much harder,” added co-author Professor Tim Blackburn (UCL Genetics, Evolution &Environment and the Institute of Zoology, ZSL). “ ... Media contact. Bex Caygill. Tel: 44 (0) 20 3108 3846. Email: r.caygill [at] ucl.ac.uk.

  10. Mapping the effects of urban heat island, housing, and age on excess heat-related mortality in London | UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering - UCL – University College London

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/environmental-design/publications/2015/jan/mapping-effects-urban-heat-island-housing-and-age-excess-heat-related

    2015). The full text of this article is not available through UCL Discovery.