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100 + ways universities have imporoved everyday life
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Helping and supporting the NHS
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University of the Arts London
Helping refugee journalists
The Refugee Journalism Project supports refugees and exiled journalists to re-start their careers.
Birkbeck, University of London
Driving policy change for disadvantaged children
Research into early childhood education drove national education policy changes for disadvantaged children.
Brunel University London
Research into exposure to chemicals
Ground-breaking research into the exposure of people and wildlife to chemicals has changed global policy.
University of East London
Helping to increase energy efficiency
The future is more environmentally friendly thanks to work carried out by a University of East London scholar.
Goldsmiths, University of London
The Citizen Sense project collects important data about local environments.
University of Greenwich
Tackling food shortages in the developing world
The shelf-life of a crop called cassava, eaten around the world, has been extended thanks to research.
Guildhall School of Music and Drama
Community creative learning
The Messengers is a project which sees people from different backgrounds write and perform music together.
King's College London
Education opportunities for refugees
Positive opportunities aimed at preventing young refugees from losing their future.
Supporting students from diverse backgrounds
Outreach schemes, an inclusive curriculum and support networks give every student the best chance to succeed.
London Metropolitan University
The Accelerator is a specialist business incubator which brings entrepreneurs together.
London School of Economics
Improving access to adult social care
The PSSRU aims to improve social care services for those who need them.
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Responding to global disease outbreaks
LSHTM is at the forefront of responding to disease outbreaks and global health emergencies around the world.
London South Bank University
Developing a skilled workforce for South London
A partnership between the university and Southwark Council is providing more skilled apprentices.
Imperial College London
Smart baby buggy for the visually impaired
A smart baby buggy for people whose sight is impaired has been developed at Imperial College London.
Care robots for the elderly
Robots could soon care for elderly people thanks to research from Middlesex University.
Queen Mary University of London
Supporting the living wage
Research has provided evidence to support the campaign for employers to adopt the living wage.
Regent's University London
Psychological support for women with breast cancer and their families
Psychological support is changing the lives of women diagnosed with breast cancer.
University of Roehampton
Promoting musical development in young people with learning difficulties
The Sounds of Intent programme promotes musical development of young people with learning difficulties.
Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
Theatre workshops in slums of India
Theatre workshops are now being run in the slums of India thanks to a programme run by the Royal Central Sch…
Royal College of Art
First prison-launched record label
InHouse Records is the world's first fully functional record label to be launched in prison.
Royal College of Music
Treating post-natal depression with singing
Group singing 'with baby' is helping new mothers with post-natal depression recovery.
Royal Holloway, University of London
Research into why car accidents happen
Research at Royal Holloway, University of London has improved road safety.
Royal Veterinary College
Researching animal aerodynamics
The research of animals could have practical uses in the design of helicopters and drones.
SOAS, University of London
Bringing world music to the masses
Music from around the world is now reaching our ears thanks to the role played by SOAS.
St George's, University of London
Reducing cardiac deaths among young people
Work to reduce cardiac deaths among young people is being done alongside CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young).
University College London
Breakthrough treatments for leukaemia and aggressive cancers
Ground-breaking research has revolutionised the treatment of leukaemia and other aggressive cancers.
University of West London
Meeting the needs of the NHS
The staffing needs of the NHS in West London are met thanks to the training of nurses and midwives.
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