Babies born prematurely need to be given more sensory stimulation to help stave off memory problems in later life, according to research published in Human Brain Mapping.
Our biomedical research centre (BRC) has won more than £111 million in funding from the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) to extend our groundbreaking biomedical research.
UCL scientists have started to move into the new £650 million Francis Crick Institute building next to London’s St Pancras station.
BRC-supported Dr Cath Mummery was interviewed on TV this week about the interim results of a Phase I study of adecanumab
UCLH has teamed up with top technologists at Google DeepMind Health to develop use of machine learning when planning radiotherapy treatment for head and neck cancers.
UCL and Cell Medica will collaborate to develop modified T cell receptor products for the treatment of cancer, it was announced today.