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October 2015

From maize to mass housing

From maize to mass housing

Ann Varley invited to Chicago symposium on agrarian reform in Mexico

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Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh awarded Philip Leverhulme Prize

Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh awarded Philip Leverhulme Prize

Research into South-South humanitarian responses to conflict-induced displacement in the Middle East

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Connectivity and Stress in freshwater habitats

Connectivity and Stress in freshwater habitats

NERC funding success for Environmental Change Research Centre

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Flood pulses in the Okavango Delta

Flood pulses in the Okavango Delta

Richard’s fieldwork on unique river regime

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Situating the New Urban University

Situating the New Urban University

Jean-Paul Addie joins UCL Geography as Marie Curie Research Fellow

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Three new Working Papers from Migration Research Unit

Three new Working Papers from Migration Research Unit

Continuing success of MSc course on Global Migration

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ECRC research “on display” at the Natural History Museum

ECRC research “on display” at the Natural History Museum

Viv and Hannah in “After hours Science Uncovered” event

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Refuge in a Moving World

Refuge in a Moving World

Dr Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh to coordinate UCL-wide research network on refugee crises

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