18 December 2014
12 December 2014A 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 ...
07 November 2014London 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 ...
05 November 2014A 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.
03 November 2014UCL welcomes the news that two major academic publishers are tackling the issue of subscription costs and the level of article-processing charges (APCs).
Inside the digital 'Harry Potter' church
17 December 2014A team led by Dr Andy Hudson-Smith (UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis) has teamed up with a church in Hackney to create a project aimed at exploring ways to communicate and share "empathy via digital means". Watch: BBC News
What Toronto can learn about transit from London’s deep dig
15 December 2014Professor Michael Hebbert (UCL Bartlett School of Planning) says the Crossrail development will “enable London to grow its capacity without growing physically”. Read: Globe and Mail
Why Scandinavia is not the model for global prosperity we should all pursue
04 December 2014Professor Henrietta Moore (UCL Institute for Global Prosperity) explains that although Norway, Denmark and Sweden represent models many strive to emulate they are not the northern utopias they seem. Read: Guardian
The Bartlett wins the top RIBA students’ award
04 December 2014UCL Bartlett student Nick Elias (UCL Bartlett School of Architecture) has been awarded the RIBA Silver Medal for his postgraduate project entitled ‘PoohTown’. Read: Architects Journal
City’s former planning chief on why London is ‘unplannable’
20 November 2014Professor Peter Rees (UCL Bartlett School of Planning) takes a boat trip on the Thames to point out the highs and lows of the capital’s changing skyline. Watch: Financial Times