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UCL (University College London) is consistently ranked among the world's top universities. Our excellence extends across all academic disciplines, from one of the world's foremost centres for research and teaching in the biological sciences to world-renowned centres for architecture (UCL Bartlett), education (UCL Institute of Education) and fine art (UCL Slade School). UCL is London's leading multidisciplinary university, with more than 13,000 staff and 38,000 students from 150 different cou ...
 
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UCLA Housing Voice

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Why does the housing market seem so broken? And what can we do about it? UCLA Housing Voice tackles these questions in conversation with leading housing researchers, with each episode centered on a study and its implications for creating more affordable and accessible communities.
 
Catch up with any event you have missed. The public event podcast series from UCL Political Science brings together the impressive range of policy makers, leading thinkers, practitioners, and academics who speak at our events. Further information about upcoming events can be found via our website: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/political-science/political-science
 
In this new series, UCL Future Cities explores the complexity of urban living. We’ll be examining today’s most crucial topics and how technology, climate change, health and society all interconnect with the urban spaces of tomorrow. Listen to cutting edge conversations from experts who ask what the future of our cities might be and how new research and applied innovation can help. In this first six-part series, we’re looking at London and what the future holds for the city’s many communities ...
 
It's here, 2012 UCLA Football Season. New Head Coach Jim Mora has instilled a much needed toughness & discipline to the program. Tune in weekly every Tuesday & Thursday nights from 7:30pm - 8:30pm (PST) with Michael S. Martinez a former UCLA Player & Rick Kimbrel UCLA recruiting analyst. We'll give game analysis, assess players & coaches performances, give recruiting updates & cover the Pac-12 Conference.
 
A weekly 2 hour showcase of the latest and greatest in melodic electronic dance music. Featuring 30 minute guest mixes from around the world! Airing at UCLAradio.com every Friday, 8pm-10pm PST from January 7th to March 18th. www.uclaradio.com/listen.pls to stream the broadcast! You can also listen in through iTunes’s radio by finding UCLA radio under the colleges/universities category. Feel free to message me below or at soulstacemusic@gmail.com for song requests, compliments, critiques, etc ...
 
Keep it Civil, the biweekly engineering podcast from UCL Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering, explores the fascinating and diverse world of engineering. We sit down with top engineers from UCL and beyond to discuss some amazing projects tackling real-world problems and shine a light on aspects of engineering science that may not have been on your radar. http://www.cege.ucl.ac.uk Banner image: Pointcloud of La Cotte de St Brelade, Jersey, by Charles Thomson, 3DIMPact Research Group (H ...
 
A podcast with School of Public Policy and UCL academics alongside practitioners who will discuss the politics and policy of Covid-19. The format of the podcast will include short presentations from each speaker, with most of the time dedicated to discussion and debate. Listeners will have the option to pre-submit questions to our panel using the links on our website and each podcast will be available to listen to on all major platforms at any time following release.
 
The official podcast of the UCLA Law Review. In each episode of Dialectic, we discuss a legal topic from a recent or forthcoming UCLA Law Review article. Often we do this by interviewing our published authors about their legal academic work. On occasion, we ask other academics and professionals to comment on our published pieces. By speaking with both our own authors and leaders in other, nonacademic fields, we hope to generate an ongoing dialogue that will supplement our print journal and b ...
 
A new podcast on Physics and Engineering in Medicine from University College London. From the biggest Medical Physics department in the UK, for anyone with an interest in applied science. We hope to be accessible to all, so give us a try! Find us online at www.ucl.ac.uk/medical-physics-biomedical-engineering/
 
Presented by Doctor, writer and TV Presenter Xand Van Tulleken and community health psychologist, UCL lecturer and self-proclaimed hippie, Dr Rochelle Burgess. This podcast is about public health, but more importantly, it’s about the systems that need disrupting to make public health better. In each episode, we’ll be challenging the status quo of this field, asking what needs to change, why and how to get there. Each month we’ll be joined by activists, scholars, artists, comedians and indust ...
 
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Northern Ireland experienced three decades of violence from the late 1960s to the late 1990s. Thousands of people were killed, injured, or bereaved. The so-called Troubles were brought to an end by the Belfast or Good Friday Agreement of 1998, an accord between the British and Irish governments and most of the main political parties in Northern Ire…
 
In this episode, host Professor Rose Luckin (UCL IOE) discusses how UK businesses - small and large, and across different regions - can engage with AI and attract tech talent, with guests Vimla Appadoo, Head of Experience at Culture Shift, and Dana Elman-Vishkin, Innovation Delivery Manager at Digital Catapult.For more information and to access the…
 
In this seminar four senior political correspondents reflect on what journalism was like at the start of their careers; how it has changed during their lifetimes; and how that has changed the way the press reports on politics, and the way politicians respond. Trevor Kavanagh was for many years Political Editor of The Sun, Catherine MacLeod was Poli…
 
For our live finale event, we hosted a fascinating debate with Christoph Lindner, Dean of The Bartlett and editor of Deconstructing the High Line: Postindustrial Urbanism and the Rise of the Elevated Park; Simon Pitkeathley, CEO of Camden Town Unlimited and the Camden Highline; and Jodie Eastwood, CEO of London’s Knowledge Quarter, who explore how …
 
Dave and Tracy go deep on what Riley at USC means for UCLA, what Chip's status is as of right now, how UCLA might attack the transfer portal, and more... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices저자 Bruin Report Online, 247Sports, UCLA, UCLA Football, UCLA Basketball
 
Does the earth have to be a fashion victim? This week host Mark Maslin chats with Juliet Russell, Head of Sustainability at Stella McCartney and Max Bittner, CEO of Vestiaire Collective about all things fashion. We’re discussing the fashion industry, from greenwashing to fast fashion and how you can shop more consciously. Join Juliet Russell and Ma…
 
Is online space real space? Does it, should it and can it work in the same way and follow the same rules? This is a big question that couldn’t possibly be answered in one episode, so we thought we’d be a bit more specific and ask, what does, or should, an online classroom look like? Alongside two innovative educators from The Bartlett School of Arc…
 
Date: Tuesday 16 November 2021About the lecture:The existential threat to humanity from Climate Change requires action at a scale and speed that can seem almost impossible, transitioning systems that have operated for decades on fossil fuels to a completely new paradigm. Aidan O’Sullivan will talk about how Artificial Intelligence is a natural ally…
 
This is the sixth podcast in the Resilience Research Group's series on 'What is Resilience?'. For this podcast we are visited by Dr Gretchen Pianka (Resilience University), Eleanor Parrott (UCL), Lindad Turck (Primary School teacher), Prof Orit Nuttman-Shwartz (Sapir College, Israel). The podcast is hosted by Dr Seonaid Anderson (Neurodiverse). Thi…
 
Josh and Tracy recap the 2-1 week in Las Vegas, including honest Gonzaga post-game commentary from Mick Cronin. Josh goes one-on-one with transfer center Myles Johnson See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
 
In this episode, Professor Nick Tyler (Department of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering, UCL Engineering) shares his vision of how cities are built, evolve, and how this process might include more creativity and humanity. Using perspectives from academia and the arts, Professor Tyler paints a picture of cities that puts people at the centr…
 
In our fifth episode Selina and Steve chat to Professor Tamar Makin about her fascinating research on brain plasticity, artificial limbs and the potential for human augmentation.For more information and to access the transcript: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/research/domains/neuroscience/brain-stories-podcastDate of episode recording: 2021-11-24Duration: 0…
 
Today we’re taking a retrospective look at the outcomes of the COP-26 conference that was held in Glasgow earlier this month. COP – or Conference of the Parties – is the annual UN climate change conference. A key aim of the conference was to ‘keep 1.5°C alive’ – but was enough progress made on cutting emissions to reach this goal? Have rich countri…
 
In this episode, we’re joined by Dr Jamie Woodcock (Open University) and Dr Zeynep Engin (UCL computer science) to discuss disenfranchisement by AI in the world of work. We cover topics like algorithmic management and the biases that can be exacerbated by AI driven technologies – and discuss broader inequities AI can highlight and make worse. We al…
 
In the 1930s, in the midst of the Great Depression, the Home Owners Loan Corporation (HOLC) was created to protect households from foreclosure and in some cases repurchase homes they’d already lost. As a part of its efforts, HOLC created “residential security maps” to categorize neighborhoods by lending risk, with low-risk neighborhoods shaded in g…
 
This week we’re talking trees, from Kew Gardens to Dame Judi Dench’s back garden. Join hosts Matt Winning and Mark Maslin as they chat to Prof Mat Disney about measuring trees, and to Craig Bennett, CEO of Wildlife Trusts about the importance of biodiversity, and how the UK is ‘beaver ready’. Listen now to hear about a NASA app that allows you to m…
 
About the UCL East Lunch Hour Lecture:Dr Qasim Rafiq will explore the challenges and opportunities of manufacturing advanced personalised therapies, and the impact these regenerative, curative treatments will have on the treating previous unmet clinical need. Dr Rafiq will discuss what advanced therapies are, how they will revolutionise healthcare …
 
Rory Stewart has been a diplomat, soldier, explorer, politician, and is now an academic at Yale. In 2003 he became deputy governor in two remote provinces of Iraq, recorded in his book Prince of the Marshes. In 2005 he moved to Kabul to establish an NGO, the Turquoise Mountain Foundation. From 2010 to 2019 he was an MP, becoming chair of the Defenc…
 
We’re focusing today on the regulation of the internet. Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen argues that her former employer persistently puts profit above prevention of harm. Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg himself argues that greater regulation of internet companies is needed – that rules for what is and isn’t allowed should be made through democ…
 
In this contributed series from the Department of Statistical Science at UCL, we speak with Professor Tom Fearn about how UCL is acknowledging and addressing its historical links with the eugenics movement, and in particular the roles of the prominent statisticians and eugenicists Francis Galton and Karl Pearson.For more information and to access t…
 
Dr Harry Kennard chats to UCL academics from the Institute of Sustainable Resources, Lilia Couto and Professors Jim Watson and Michael Grub, about the experience of attending COP26 and the implications of the Glasgow Climate Pact.To find out more and access the transcript: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/news/2021/oct/podcast-episode-reflections-cop…
 
Date: Tuesday 2 November 2021Speakers: Nadia Ameli, Principal Research Fellow at UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources (UCL ISR)Ashish Ghadiali, Activist-in-Residence at Sarah Parker Remond Centre, Institute of Advanced Studies, UCLDr Joshua Ryan-Collins, Head of Finance and Macroeconomics at UCL’s Institute for Innovation and Public PurposeAbout…
 
This week we are talking COP26: what happened, what it means and where we go from here. Join our hosts Helen Czerski and Mark Maslin in conversation with Prof Kate Jones, Dr Priti Parikh and Ryan Phillip from the St Kitts and Nevis delegation, and they are discussing the COP agreement, what was missed, the big wins and the big misses. Helen and our…
 
Creative Lives is a podcast which opens provocative conversations, experimenting with big ideas and local practices. We bring together researchers, experts by experience, artists and performers, approaching issues around community, learning, communication, healthcare, welfare, age and the life course. The possibilities of creativity are endless. Ou…
 
UCLA Hoops begins 2-0 including an epic OT thriller vs Villanova. Josh Lewin and Tracy Murray break down both games; you'll hear from Johnny Juzang and Coach Mick Cronin as well. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
 
For our live finale event, we hosted a fascinating debate with Christoph Lindner, Dean of The Bartlett and editor of Deconstructing the High Line: Postindustrial Urbanism and the Rise of the Elevated Park; Simon Pitkeathley, CEO of Camden Town Unlimited and the Camden Highline; and Jodie Eastwood, CEO of London’s Knowledge Quarter, who explore how …
 
In most of the U.S., cities are for singles, roommates, and childless couples, and the suburbs are for raising kids. That’s not true of much of the rest of the world, and perhaps the nearest example of family-friendly urbanism can be found just a few miles to the north, in Vancouver, British Columbia. Vancouver’s under-15 population fell by one per…
 
We’re back for the second episode of Generation One: The Climate Podcast and this week we’re behind the scenes at COP26 in Glasgow. Our hosts Matt Winning and Mark Maslin recorded on the run, live from COP to catch guests in the hubbub of the main areas of the conference. Tune in to experience a slice of COP from a whole host of guests and hear the…
 
Date: 26 October 2021Speaker: Mark Maslin, Professor of Earth System Science at UCL Geography DepartmentAbout the UCL lunch hour lecture:Climate change is the most critical and controversial issue facing the world in the twenty-first century. Everyone agrees we must keep global warming to under 2˚C, and under 1.5˚C if possible. But how can we do th…
 
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