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April 2008

UCL's CASA and Geography becomes one of three founding EDCs
UCL's Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis and Department of Geography has become one of three founding EDCs
Mapping ethnicity in London using names
Dr Pablo Mateos was interviewed on BBC Radio Four on 26th March to talk about the new multicultural maps of London he has helped produce. The story also appeared on BBC News Online.
The Parkland History of Hertfordshire
Dr Hugh Prince's new book, Parks in Hertfordshire since 1500, explores the development and social history of the county's great parks.
Visualising the 2011 Census of Population
The Department of Geography in collaboration with UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) has been recently awarded an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Census Development Grant to undertake an innovative research project entitled “Census Geographic Information Visualisation (Censusgiv)”.
Visualising the 2011 Census of Population
The Department of Geography in collaboration with UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) has been recently awarded an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Census Development Grant to undertake an innovative research project entitled “Census Geographic Information Visualisation (Censusgiv)”.
Grant awarded to conduct research on voices of the poor in urban governance
Dr Charlotte Lemanski has been awarded a Small Research Grant by the Royal Geographical Society to conduct research on 'The voices of the poor in urban governance: overlapping spaces of community-level political participation in South Africa'.
UCL Geography Professor gives evidence at the House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology
Professor Rick Battarbee gave evidence at the House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology in March.
Grant awarded for research on wind power technology
Dr Federico Caprotti has been awarded a research grant for fieldwork in Shanghai, China, on environmental discourse and investments in the cleantech sector, with a focus on wind power technology projects.
Collaborative research negotiated on 'Mahinga Kai' and cultural well-being
Dr Ruth Panelli is part of a team completing a fortnight of negotiations that are shaping their British Academy funded project in New Zealand.
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