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The #TwinForHope campaign has been launched by Universities UK in order to highlight how partnerships between UK and Ukrainian universities are making a positive difference during the

 

An extra 270,000 children in London could receive free school meals[1], saving families struggling with the cost of living up to £440 a year per child[2], if provision was

 

A new public artwork to commemorate one of London’s first Black headteachers, Dr Beryl Gilroy, has been unveiled by the Deputy Mayor for Communities and Social Justice, Dr Debbie

 

The supercapacitor device, which is similar to a rechargeable battery, is the size of a two-pence coin, and is made in part from sustainable materials including coconut shells and seawater.

 

University leaders are backing reforms in England that would allow people to upskill and retrain through flexible higher education courses.

 

Artist Samson Kambalu and Justine Simons OBE, Deputy Mayor for Culture and the Creative Industries, today announced the winners of the Fourth Plinth Schools

 

A new programme centred on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is being delivered to 2,500 children and young people at greatest risk of violence in every London borough.

A new study conducted at the University of Worcester and published in the academic journal: Nutrition and Health, has found high protein diets decrease men’s testosterone by 37%.

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, is today launching four Careers Hubs across the capital to give young Londoners a head start in finding great jobs and planning their

 

New research into the impact of COVID-19 on online harms revealed that more than two thirds of young people interviewed had seen content online that was either violent or explicit during