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Saturday 29 March 2014

A Fusion of Worlds: Ancient Egypt, African Art and Identity in Modernist Britain

(until 24 May 14)

An exploration of the ways in which modernist artists – Jacob Epstein, Edna Manley and Ronald Moody – have been inspired by Ancient Egypt. The exhibition places these artists’ reworking…


Art and Honour : contemporary impressions of WWI

(until 19 Dec 14)

This exhibition in the Main Library commemorates the start of World War I and has at its centre the UCL Roll of Honour. Drawing on UCL Special Collections’ Little Magazines, College…


Collecting knowledge in motion

(until 21 Jun 14)

Collections, like Universities, are factories of knowledge. Institutionally, they often appear to be rooted in place, but spatially and intellectually, they exist in constant and dynamic…


Darwin (or) Bust

(until 2 Apr 14)

UCL’s Institute of Making, together with UCL Structural and Molecular Biology, UCL Genetics, Evolution and Environment and the Grant Museum had challenged the IoM’s members to recreate…


The Annual Canadian Studies Conference: Canadian Cities: Past into Present

(until 29 Mar 14)

The aims of the conference are: To explore how study of the history and historical geography of Canadian cities informs our understanding of present-day cities How the past is still…


Monday 31 March 2014

Festival of Pots – Pottery Making Workshops at THE CRYPT - THIRD AGE PROJECT

14:00  — 17:00

Pot making workshops with artists’ group Manifold inspired by pots from the Petrie Collection. Learn about the man behind the Museum and make pots for a forthcoming exhibition in the…

Petrie Museum

Tuesday 1 April 2014

UCL ISR / UCL Energy Joint Public Lecture: Dr Christof Ruhl, BP plc

18:00  — 19:30

We are pleased to announce that Dr Christof Ruhl, Group Chief Economist and Vice President of BP plc will be speaking at the first joint public lecture with our partner institute UCL-Energy…


Wednesday 2 April 2014

Peak car - the future of travel

17:30  — 19:00

UCL Transport Institute will be launching Professor David Metz’s new book "Peak car – the future of travel". The concept of peak car has arisen in recent years as one explanation for…


Thursday 3 April 2014

Business ethics, supply chains and a living wage

17:30  — 19:00

The IGG will be hosting a roundtable event bringing together leading figures to discuss the question of business ethics, supply chains and a living wage. A relatively new issue-area,…


Friday 4 April 2014

Innovation and risk management in biotechnology: pharmaceuticals, transfats and synthetic biology

12:30  — 13:30

Risks? In some cases, precautionary approaches displace innovation; in other cases, risks are under-addressed until crises emerge and public alarm limits innovation. This presentation…


Saturday 5 April 2014

Book Launch - World Film Locations: Toronto & Vancouver

17:00  — 21:00

Explore and reveal the relationship between the city and cinema using a predominately visual approach. The juxtaposition of the images used in combination with insightful essays helps…


Hat over heels

Milliners Sahar Freemantle (UCL Division of Biosciences) and Katherine Ferdinand are launching a project for women who have undergone hair loss. A free day of fun, creativity and empowerment…


Monday 7 April 2014

UCL Big Data Symposium

10:00  — 18:30

Organised in partnership with the UCL Big Data Institute, the Big Data Symposium is a one-day event showcasing the important role of big data analytics in a broad range of sectors including…


Tuesday 8 April 2014

A Fusion of Worlds - Meet the curators

18:00  — 20:00

Gemma Romain, Debbie Challis and members of the group involved in putting on the "A Fusion of Worlds" exhibition will be on hand to talk about the reappraisal of Egyptian sculpture…


Easter egg-laying animals

(until 16 Apr 14)

For the Easter holidays, the Grant Museum is exploring the wonderful world of eggy animals. From penguins to platypuses to butterflies, our fantastic specimen-based activities will…


Giving disability rights legal force

17:00  — 20:00

Over 140 countries have now ratified the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, but to what extent has this landmark convention had a positive impact on the one billion…


Molecules of sickness and death: Understanding the structural basis of foot-and-mouth disease

18:00  — 19:00

Foot-and-mouth disease virus, the pathogen that causes worldwide devastation of animal livestock, has a beguiling simplicity in its construction: it contains just a single gene. However,…


Thursday 10 April 2014

Mini Festival of Pots at The H Pod

10:00  — 16:00

Join artist group Manifold and Egyptologists from UCL Petrie Museum of Egyptology at the H Pod in a day long festival celebrating the man behind the museum. Be inspired to make your…


Friday 11 April 2014

New directions in Sherlock

10:00  — 19:00

Heralded by The Telegraph as a ‘global phenomenon,’ the BBC Sherlock is now one of the most commercially and critically successful series of all time. This one-day symposium focuses…


Tuesday 15 April 2014

Addressing the intersection of non communicable diseases and human immunodeficiency virus

08:30  — 17:00

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine’s Centre for Global NCDs and FHI360, in collaboration with UNAIDS, and the UCL Grand Challenge of Global Health are hosting a one-day symposium…


Thursday 24 April 2014

Global mental health: addressing the global burden of depression

17:00  — 19:00

Depression is one of the world’s leading causes of disability, but according to the World Health Organisation, only a small proportion of those affected have access to treatment, while…


Jewish Women Writers in Victorian England

18:45  — 20:00

Nineteenth-century Britain - a world of progress and reform, discovery and innovation, industrialization and social upheaval witnessed intense debate about the position of women in…


Monday 28 April 2014

Buildings on fire: Towards a new approach to urban memory

(until 2 May 14)

This event and installation in the Slade Research Centre will examine different ways that fire can act as a methodology to access and explore memory in architecture. Considering that…


First EU Presidential Debate

17:30  — 19:30

From 22 to 25 May, European citizens will head to the polls to elect a new European Parliament. These elections are expected to be different, not least because several European parties…


Walking Methodologies

(until 2 May 14)

Four free themed walks led by academics and practitioners will take place during Cities Methodologies week at UCL Urban Laboratory, culminating in a roundtable event on Friday 2 May…


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