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May 2009

More work from Home Office for John Salt
Providing technical advice on UK international migration
Paul Longley wins Knowledge Transfer Partnership award
Research on healthcare provision in Camden
The role of art in rebranding urban space
RGS-IBG award for Andrew Harris
Paul Longley gives Miller Lecture at Penn State University
Developments in geodemographic modelling
Mike Batty Fellow of the Royal Society
Significant contributions to mathematical modelling of cities
Matthew Gandy gives Inaugural lecture to packed audience
‘A Journey through Weimar Berlin'
New RGS-IBG Population Geography website launched
UCL-designed 'blog post' format easier to use than conventional sites
Was the Russian Arctic warmer in the past?
Viv Jones and Nadia Solovieva examine lake core evidence
Patronage in the creation of French Regional Monographs
Hugh Clout's new book published on 20th-century French Geography
Magali selected for EU Marie Curie Training Course
Interdisciplinary environmental research training to support her work on the environmental impacts of refugees in Tanzania
Social Segregation in Latin American cities
Pablo Mateos establishes new UCL collaboration with Mexico National University (UNAM)
Alan Ingram calls into question the meaning of global health security
Editorial on swine flu outbreak
Surname profiling in Japan
UCL GIS experts invited to Kyoto/Tokyo
National research review confirms Top Three position of UCL Geography
The 2008 national Research Assessment Exercise, the first since 2001, confirmed the position of UCL Geography as one of the top centres of geographical research in the UK.