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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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.ukBanner image: Pointcloud of La Cotte de St Brelade, Jersey, by Charles Thomson, 3DIMPact Research Group (He ...
 
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 ...
 
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Edosa Odaro was most recently was Head of Data at AXA. He joins Future Talk to discuss about his experience working for over 20 international organisations, how the landscape of diversity has changed within companies in recent years, and why he deems it to be of importance to offer mentoring to students who are about to begin their professional jou…
 
In this our final episode for the current academic year, we’re going to tackle one of the biggest questions of political science: How do you run an effective government? In particular, how do you build a bureaucracy that’s able to deliver? Is it better to have neutral civil servants, who are appointed on merit and retain their posts whichever parti…
 
Welcome to the Post-Soviet Press Pod’s "10 Minutes on…" series, which condenses the key information you need to know about each of the 15 countries of the former USSR into a bitesize 10 minutes. In this third episode, we will discuss Moldova, which is usually labelled as Europe’s poorest country and least visited country. MA students at the UCL Sch…
 
This week, we’re looking at knowledge, skills and jobs in a future London. How has the pandemic affected education, and what lessons can we take from it in the future? How can we continue to attract and retain talent in an era of virtual working, and how will increasing digitisation augment learning and social justice? Join special guests Prof Alli…
 
For this final episode, we’re reflecting on what we’ve learned about public health over the past six months. Hosts Xand and Rochelle explore the episodes we’ve recorded so far that show what needs disrupting in public health, and look back at what our wonderful guests have been doing to shake up the system. Featuring clips from interviews with Prof…
 
Welcome to the brand new monthly podcast series from the UCL Neuroscience Domain presented by Caswell Barry (UCL Division of Biosciences), Steve Fleming (UCL Division of Psychology & Language Sciences) and Selina Wray (UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology). UCL Brain Stories aims to showcase the best of UCL Neuroscience, highlighting the wide ra…
 
Rodrigo Suarez Barrera is a Hydropower Engineer at Multiconsult Group, a leading firm of consulting engineers with a head office in Norway. He’s been with the company since 2018 and has collaborated in more than 29 hydropower projects and proposals with responsibilities ranging from project management to due diligence and design of hydropower proje…
 
Welcome to the Post-Soviet Press Pod’s "10 minutes on…" series, which condenses the key information you need to know about each of the 15 countries of the former USSR into a bitesize 10 minutes(ish). In our second episode, we look at Russia – the largest country in the world. MA students at the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEE…
 
In this seventh episode, we look at Latvia, the final of the Baltic countries to be covered in this series. MA students at the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES), Natalie Sauer and Tom King, discuss quirky Latvian idioms, battles for independence, and contemporary economic and environmental optimism in the region – all whilst …
 
Many of the most important policy decisions that a state can make relate to education. What kind of education should children receive? How far should parents be able to dictate that choice? Is it acceptable to have schools that instruct pupils in a particular religious faith? Should elite private schools be allowed to exist? Given that such schools…
 
In this episode, Prof Anna Cox is talking to Dr Kathy Stawarz, a lecturer in the School of Computer Science and informatics at Cardiff University. She has a keen interest in technology for health, wellbeing and safety. We talk about the role of random events in directing the course of her career; her knack for spotting new opportunities, including …
 
Wasps are amongst the most feared and unloved insects, because of their sting and sometimes aggressive behaviour. Yet, they perform vital ecosystem services that are of both ecological and economic importance. It is time we appreciated the value of wasps, as we do other beneficial insects like bees. This talk will present evidence on the ecological…
 
Jess Turtle is the co-founder of the Museum of Homelessness, a community led social justice museum, set up in 2015. Jess has worked in culture and heritage since 2001 and most recently worked for the Museums Association, running professional development programmes and the Festival of Change. She is a visiting tutor at King’s College London and hold…
 
As a general rule, more parking means more vehicle ownership and more driving in cities. However, how people pay for that parking (or if they pay at all) also affects travel behavior: when parking is included in the price of housing — when it is “bundled” — people also drive more and use transit less than when the price of parking is “unbundled” fr…
 
The Anthropocene is the new period during which human activity has been the dominant influence on climate and the environment. In my presentation, I will discuss the diseases of human reproduction resulting from major changes in: our mode of giving birth with caesarean section rates having risen from 15% in the last century to over 50% in many coun…
 
Lockdown is easing, the vaccination programme here in the UK is making steady progress, the sun is shining again, it almost feels as if the end is in sight. But what is the “normal” that we’re returning to going to look like? The pandemic has changed a lot of things about the way the world works and one area, in particular, is shopping. In this wee…
 
The management of unaccompanied children’s migration involves a complex legal framework laid out in international law which aims to give internationally recognised human rights to children. These rights involve policies and legislations to be implemented by supranational, national and local actors- creating a multi-layered infrastructure for the ma…
 
As much as we love them, computers are quick to make us feel slow. Whether it’s Siri’s ability to calculate the square root of pi or that chess AI beating you more times than you would like to admit – it seems like we’ve lost the battle. But fortunately for us, perhaps not the war… Your secret weapon is efficiency. You are capable of running the hu…
 
This week, we’re looking at knowledge, skills and jobs in a future London. How has the pandemic affected education, and what lessons can we take from it in the future? How can we continue to attract and retain talent in an era of virtual working, and how will increasing digitisation augment learning and social justice?Join special guests Prof Allis…
 
Iulia Feroli is a Cloud Solution Architect for Data and AI at Microsoft. She joins Future Talk to discuss everything from how she secured an internship at Microsoft and moved into a graduate position to why she thought it valuable to leave her Masters degree to pursue working for the company, the importance of women in the technology sector, and ma…
 
The future of the Union here in the UK – that is, the union of England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland – is very much in the news. In Scotland, many opinion polls over the past year (though not so much over the last few months) have suggested majority support for independence, and political parties that want another referendum on the issue s…
 
In the latest episode of Hypot-enthuse, Malcolm and Maymana speak with Dr Lia Li, Research Fellow in the Department of Physics and Astronomy and CEO of Zero Point Motion ltd about her varied career so far - including work with lazers, optical sensors, science communication and entrepreneurship, and why you're never going to get a real lightsaber. F…
 
In this episode, we explore some of the challenges our teams have had to overcome as they take their projects from theory to practice. We speak to two of our partnerships - one from Hertfordshire and the other from the London Borough of Sutton. Joining us are Julie Greaves from Hertfordshire County Council, Michael Page from the University of Hertf…
 
Join hosts Xand and Rochelle for the final episode of Season 1 of Public Health Disrupted, the brand new podcast from UCL Health of the Public.For this final episode, we’re reflecting on what we’ve learned about public health over the past six months. Hosts Xand and Rochelle explore the episodes we’ve recorded so far that show what needs disrupting…
 
Presented and edited by two UCL (University College London) graduates, Cassidy and Cerys, hear about research #MadeAtUCL on the costs of freedom.In this episode we’re exploring the value of freedom, from the people who found it in the bleakest of circumstances to the ways in which we restrict our own freedom (and the freedom of others) without even…
 
This episode is all about the capital’s memory maps and why we need to remember and preserve the past as we step into the future. We’ll be taking a look at several memory maps from around London and how these intersect with culture, gender, race and religion. Tune in to special guests Leah Lovett (Research fellow at UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatia…
 
This episode is all about the capital’s memory maps and why we need to remember and preserve the past as we step into the future. We’ll be taking a look at several memory maps from around London and how these intersect with culture, gender, race and religion.Tune in to special guests Dr Leah Lovett (Research fellow at UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spat…
 
Prof Anna Cox talks to Dr David Ellis, a psychologist with a keen interest in technology and the data it produces. We talk about how he owes his career to his mum who first suggested that he study psychology at university, how a curiosity to play around with technology lies behind much of his research and the methods that he uses, and the competing…
 
Most countries have a document call the Constitution – a legal text setting out basic principles of how that country is governed. And in most of those countries there’s a constitutional court (or supreme court) that determines whether the ordinary laws passed by the legislature are compatible with the Constitution and that strikes them down if it c…
 
Future Talk by UCL Careers Podcast features frank conversations with industry professionals about their career journey and how they’ve gotten to where they are as well as their valuable insights about different industries they’ve been part of. These discussions will offer students and graduates an in-depth look at varying journeys and how careers d…
 
Most of us are familiar with how subprime loans were disproportionately (and predatorily) targeted at Black and Latino households during the 2000s housing bubble leading up to the Great Recession. Less well known is that disparate treatment in mortgage lending is making a comeback alongside the recovery of the housing market. José Loya of UCLA join…
 
In this month's episode, we want to know: how will we heat our homes in the future?And who better to answer this question than two researchers from the UCL Energy Institute, a world-leading initiative, delivering learning, research, and policy support on the challenges of Climate Change and energy security.Join host Christoph in conversation with D…
 
Over a year on from the start of the pandemic, many people are still suffering complications after contracting coronavirus in the first wave. In our 50th episode, we explore the long-term physical and psychological effects of the virus by talking to two researchers about their groundbreaking work with “Long COVID”. Find out more about the symptoms …
 
Welcome to the Post-Soviet Press Pod’s "10 Minutes on…" series, which condenses the key information you need to know about each of the 15 countries of the former USSR into a bitesize 10 minutes. In this sixth episode, we look at Lithuania – a country at the geographical centre of Europe. MA students at the UCL School of Slavonic and East European S…
 
This week’s episode is all about Smart Cities – but what does that mean in reality? We are living and working in a city where technology is becoming increasingly embedded into the fabric of London. But is this technological freedom improving our lives or is consumer exploitation enslaving us? Should we be resisting or embracing urban technology? Jo…
 
This week’s episode is all about Smart Cities – but what does that mean in reality? We are living and working in a city where technology is becoming increasingly embedded into the fabric of London. But is this technological freedom improving our lives or is consumer exploitation enslaving us? Should we be resisting or embracing urban technology?Joi…
 
The coming week sees the first anniversary of the murder of George Floyd. His killing by a white police officer in the American city of Minneapolis, sparked a global wave of protests. The vast majority of these were peaceful. But some were not. It’s estimated that, in the United States, acts of rioting, arson, and looting in the weeks that followed…
 
Welcome to “Creative Lives”, 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 …
 
Imagine assembling a silicon twin for every person using their digital health data, from the sequence of their genome to the architecture and gait of their skeleton. You could test different lifestyles on this digital twin to choose a healthy and fulfilling lifestyle. Your physician could test different clinical treatments on your digital twin to c…
 
How have movements for LGBTQ+ rights and equality connected with the governance of cities? How do these populations, and the venues and neighbourhoods they identify with, feature in urban planning and development? Why do mayors march in Pride parades?Date: 27th April, 2021.About the speaker: Ben Campkin, Professor of the History and Theory of Archi…
 
In this episode, we speak to Professor Sophia Psarra (The Bartlett School of Architecture) to discuss how the architecture of parliament buildings across Europe influences the nature of political debates and contributes to shaping national identities. More info: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/grand-challenges/case-studies/2021/feb/parliament-buildings-archi…
 
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