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363 x £10,000 Awards for Postgraduate Taught Students

363 x £10,000 Awards for Postgraduate Taught Students

03 March 2015

A new Postgraduate Support Scheme (PSS), at UCL, is offering 363 awards of £10,000 each to prospective postgraduate taught students.  

The aim of the scheme is to encourage students from under-represented groups ...
Climate Change by Numbers, featuring Dr Hannah Fry

Climate Change by Numbers, featuring Dr Hannah Fry

26 February 2015

Tune in to BBC4 this Monday (2nd March) to catch "Climate Change by Numbers".  It's presented by three mathematicians: Dr Hannah Fry (CASA UCL), Professor Norman Fenton (Queen Mary) and Professor David ...
Future Retail Environments and the Internet of Things now available online

Future Retail Environments and the Internet of Things now available online

CASA's 2014 ‘Future Retail Environments and the Internet of Things (IoT)’ report is now available online. Building on CASA's experience of applying its Tales of Things platform in retail environments the ...
Professor Batty on BBC's Inside-Out

Professor Batty on BBC's Inside-Out

On Monday 19th January, Professor Michael Batty appeared on the BBC’s Inside Out (South East), to explore the case for expanding London’s boundaries into Kent and Surrey, in order to solve ...
The Mathematics of Love - new TED book by Hannah Fry

The Mathematics of Love - new TED book by Hannah Fry

In September 2014 TED launched their first ever series of TED books in print: a boutique collection of 12 original texts, long enough to explore an idea but short enough to read in ...

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