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As world leaders meet in Copenhagen to draw up plans to tackle climate change, journalist Ben Stevens considers the likely results of failing to act ‘‘Climate change is the pre-eminent geopolitical and economic issue of the 21st century. It rewrites the global equation for development, peace and prosperity.” Those were the words of UN Secretary General … Continue reading SAVING THE EARTH
However squeezed your finances may be, it’s vital to maintain a strong brand presence and keep a dialogue with your customers. Research shows marketing spend reaps benefits in the long term. Whether it means being down with the kids or hip to the beat daddy-o, no business would deny that it’s essential to build relationships … Continue reading Brand and deliver
The Sun’s violent activity can jeopardise infrastructure and lives worldwide, but thanks to UCL scientists, predicting and preparing for these outbursts is on the horizon If you were to ask most people to name the sort of items that they would expect to be included on the UK National Risk Register of Civil Emergencies, chances are … Continue reading Antenna: Weathering the solar storm
As we mark the Battle of the Somme’s centenary this year, poetry by an unsung UCL graduate is helping the university to humanise the vast tragedy for today’s schoolchildren Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon’s names invariably come up whenever the title of Britain’s greatest war poet is discussed, yet Isaac Rosenberg, a UCL alumnus, has … Continue reading Antenna: We will remember them
Forensic evidence is easily misinterpreted, leading to wrongful prosecutions. A new, crowdfunded UCL lab is aiming to prevent this From Sherlock and CSI to the high-profile trials that get reported in the media, we know that forensic evidence can be the key to unlocking cases and getting a conviction. What the TV shows don’t tell us is that, while the … Continue reading Antenna: Tracing the future of forensic science
With mental health problems on the rise among children, UCL researchers are working with a leading charity to explore the complex interplay between antisocial behaviour, adversity and the brain Feral children. ASBOs. Knife crime. Gangs. It’s a well-worn media narrative and one that usually fails to mention the childhood adversity encountered by the young people involved. … Continue reading Antenna: The cost of neglecting child mental health