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  2. Gaza professor and writer killed in airstrike, weeks after ...

    A native of Gaza City, he studied at University College London and SOAS, in London. He was a co-founder of “We Are Not Numbers” – a non-profit organization that aims to amplify the voices of ...

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  3. Which London Universities are Popular with Indian Students?

    2. University College London. University College London (UCL) is home to a vibrant community of over 1,000 Indian students and engaged academics across all disciplines. Established in 1826, UCL is dedicated to academic excellence, research, and innovation.

  4. In pictures: Alumni of Colour Association's screening | UAL

    The Alumni of Colour Association (AoCA) welcomed its network to its second event of the year: the Talent on Film screening. After an amazing response to a call out back in September, the AoCA committee members carefully selected 9 film works from talented UAL alumni. Ranging from music videos, trailers, and short films plus a special feature ...

  5. Working with the Biochemical Society: student placements ...

    Two students from City University of London undertook 4-week projects in the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion and Governance teams at the Biochemical Society, also for the first time. Both projects delivered some truly valuable outputs, which the Society will use to progress the 2022–2025 strategy , and gave the students experience of ...

  6. Commonwealth University Bands host fundraiser to benefit trip ...

    Commonwealth University (CU) bands will soon depart on a trip to England from Dec. 28, 2023 to Jan. 4, 2024 to perform in the London New Year’s Day Parade and Celebrations. Sixty-nine performers ...

  7. Analysis: Climate change: if warming approaches 2°C, a ...

    Dr Alex Pigot (UCL Biosciences) warns in The Conversation that our present trajectory of 2.5C of global warming by the end of the century could cause populations of species – and the ecosystems they form – to collapse abruptly rather than slide towards extinction.

  8. Shahram Khosravi is professor of Anthropology at Stockholm University. His research interests include anthropology of Iran, forced displacement, border studies, and temporality.

  9. In the News: William Cavert on the History of Pollution in London

    William Cavert, a historian of pollution in London from the University of St Thomas in Minnesota, says that success has been mixed. “In London, there is a 400-year history of the rich trying to remove themselves from air dirtied by coal, industry and car exhaust,” he says.

  10. - Queen Mary University of London

    Queen Mary was recently awarded top category for IP and commercialisation in Research England’s Knowledge Exchange Framework. A recent London Economics study found the economic impact of Queen Mary’s research and knowledge exchange to be £1.44 billion, contributing to an overall university economic impact of £4.4 billion.