UCL Home

Press Office

Bartlett Press ReleasesRSS feed

Watching you watching Bentham: The PanoptiCam

Watching you watching Bentham: The PanoptiCam

17 March 2015

This month sees the launch of PanoptiCam, an online camera that streams the live view from Jeremy Bentham’s auto-icon in the South Cloisters.
Which fossil fuels must remain in
the ground to limit global warming?

Which fossil fuels must remain in the ground to limit global warming?

07 January 2015

A third of oil reserves, half of gas reserves and over 80% of current coal reserves globally should remain in the ground and not be used before 2050 if global warming is to ...
UCL rated top UK
university by research strength in the REF2014

UCL rated top UK university by research strength in the REF2014

18 December 2014

Research Images as Art/Art Images as Research: winners announced

Research Images as Art/Art Images as Research: winners announced

12 December 2014

A striking image demonstrating the science behind a flock of starlings in flight has been announced as the winner of this year’s Research Images as Art/Art Images as Research competition, run ...
Changing London’s cycling infrastructure will improve safety

Changing London’s cycling infrastructure will improve safety

07 November 2014

London and other cities in Britain could be made safer for cyclists finds a study by researchers at UCL and Loughborough University. The report commissioned by Transport for London (TfL), makes recommendations which ...

The Bartlett in the mediaRSS feed

The end of poverty?

31 March 2015

Professor Henrietta Moore (UCL Institute for Global Prosperity) discusses which policies could help reduce poverty and potentially end it within a generation. Listen: BBC World Service ‘Business Daily’ (from 9 mins 50 secs)

How the energy grid handles the surge after a solar eclipse

25 March 2015

Dr Catalina Spataru (UCL Bartlett School Environment, Energy & Resources) explains how the solar eclipse may affect Europe’s electrical grids. Read: The Conversation

What should the UK do about foreign aid?

20 March 2015

The UK is about to pass legislation committing it to ringfencing 0.7% of gross national income for international development spending. Professor Henrietta Moore (UCL Institute for Global Prosperity) offers a personal perspective on the way forward. Read: BBC News

Forest of luxury flats rises on London’s skyline

17 March 2015

Commenting on the increasing number of towers being built in London, Professor Peter Rees (UCL Bartlett School of Planning) says such developments are “an over-commoditisation of housing and result in the creation of ghost communities”. Read: Financial Times

Global CO2 emissions

13 March 2015

Professor Paul Ekins (UCL Energy Institute) discusses the latest data on global carbon emissions from the International Energy Agency. Listen: BBC World Service ‘Newshour’ (from 27 mins 13 secs), More: BBC Radio 4 'The World Tonight' (from 11 mins 38 secs)