London University To Launch Free Course For Refugees And Asylum Seekers

Feb 25, 2017 AM EST The free course aims to give refugees and asylum seekers the foundation needed to pursue education in the U.K.

’James Bond’ Actor And More Celebrities Sleep On The Street For Education Awareness

Nov 27, 2016 AM EST Centrepoint fundraising is taking a different turn with celebrities this year in order to raise awareness for valuable causes.

London Attracts A Quarter of Graduates from Top UK Universities, Says Report

Nov 22, 2016 AM EST A new report says London has attracted almost a quarter of all graduates from UK's top universities.

Regent's University Loses Italian Prince To Cycling Accident

Nov 04, 2016 AM EDT Filippo Corsini died from a cycling accident on his way to the university.

Star Wars Celebration In London: Gwendoline Christie Pays Tribute To Victims In Nice Following Attack On France's Bastille Day [VIDEO]

Jul 18, 2016 AM EDT During the “Star Wars Celebration” in London last Friday, actress Gwendoline Christie pays tribute to the victims of the attack on Nice, France on Bastille Day last week.

Manchester Fast Becoming Europe's Centre of Science

Jun 04, 2016 AM EDT Manchester is on a roll in the science department after securing the conference hosting rights for the upcoming EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF) which will bring together 4,500 prominent and leading ...

SATs Tests Protest Result In Children Missing School; Are Some Headteachers Supporting The Action?

May 04, 2016 AM EDT In a bid to fend off their SATs, around 2,000 children have joined a 'kids strike' today, but this may not go down too well with their parents as they could now be fined £120 for assisting them to ...

Long Working Hours Increase Diabetes Risk, Study

Sep 26, 2014 AM EDT More than 55 hours of manual work or other low socioeconomic status jobs per week is associated with 30 percent greater risk of developing type-2 diabetes in employees, according to a University ...

Less Affluent Smokers More Likely To Quit Smoking through Interactive Websites, Study

Sep 25, 2014 AM EDT Poor people are 36 percent more likely to quit smoking if they used the new interactive website called 'StopAdvisor' than any other normal information sites, according to a University College London ...

Newborns Have Stronger Immune System than Previously Thought, Study

Sep 23, 2014 AM EDT Babies have stronger immune defense mechanism than previously thought, according to a new study by King's College London

Social Media Can Help Obese People Lose Weight, Study

Sep 09, 2014 AM EDT Social networking programs have been found to be effective in helping people lose weight, according to an Imperial College London study.

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Effective in Treating Sleep Apnea in Older People, Study

Aug 27, 2014 AM EDT Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) is effective in treating sleep apnea in older people, according to a study led by Imperial College London.

Peripheral Neuropathy linked to Cardiovascular Diseases in Diabetic Patients, Study

Aug 07, 2014 AM EDT The loss of sensation in the feet in diabetics can be a predictor of cardiovascular events like heart attack and strokes, according to a new study by the St. George's University of London.

London Researchers Discover Proteins in Blood to Help Predict Onset of Alzheimer’s

Jul 09, 2014 AM EDT King's College of London researchers have identified a combination of 10 proteins in the blood that can help predict the onset of Alzheimer's disease.

Mystery behind How Giraffes’ Legs Support Body Weight Solved

Jul 08, 2014 AM EDT Highly specialised ligament structure prevents giraffes from collapsing under the immense pressure of their own weight, according to a new study by the Royal Veterinary College in London.

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