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UCL

abbreviation for
(Education) University College London
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We know that the brain is constantly active, even when we aren't doing anything, so we wondered if this background activity affects our decision-making,' said the study's co-lead author, Dr Tobias Hauser (UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology).
The company disclosed that the formal appointment is facilitated by the TCB partnership and UCL Consultants,which exclusively licensed next-generation CAR-T technology from the UCL research group, to consolidate its IP protection around the costimulatory GDT CAR-T platform and is recognition of the highly successful partnership.
Understanding the function and normal anatomy of the UCL is crucial for comprehending the pathoanatomy of a Stener lesion.
E2814 is one outcome out of a portfolio of projects established during the first phase of the collaboration with UCL.
After this game, the Argentinian star achieved record-breaking eighth UCL hat-trick.
While traditionally published scholarly monographs sell an average of 250 copies per title, UCL Press' open access monographs are downloaded free of charge approximately 12,500 times per title.
(2) Department of Anaesthesiology, CHU UCL Namur (Godinne Site), Universite catholique de Louvain (UcL), Yvoir, Namur, Belgium
Although most UCL departments have included research in their undergraduate curricula for many years, the connected framework is promoting rich discussions at UCL about ways in which research-based education can be enhanced.
Two ligaments in the elbow aid in preventing it from dislocating, or popping out of the socket: the RCL and the UCL.
Lead researcher, Dr Robert Maher, UCL Electronic & Electrical Engineering, said: "While current state-of-the-art commercial optical transmission systems are capable of receiving single channel data rates of up to 100 gigabits per second (Gb/s), we are working with sophisticated equipment in our lab to design the next generation core networking and communications systems that can handle data signals at rates in excess of I terabit per second (Tb/s).
This is known as the 'Optimal Forager' theory and doctors at UCL believe it can be applied to policing.
Officers from Northumbria Police's Gateshead Central Neighbourhood Team are trailing an operation called 'Forager' based around research by crime science staff at the University College of London (UCL) on burglary patterns based on repeat victimisation, victims who are targeted on a number of occasions.