UCL


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UCL

Abbreviation for:
ulnar collateral ligament
unilateral cleft lip
University College of London 
upper collateral ligament
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'Our brains may have evolved to have spontaneous fluctuations in a key brain area for decision making because it makes us more unpredictable and better able to cope with a changing world,' explained senior author Dr Robb Rutledge (UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology).
A skier's thumb refers to an acute, whereas a gamekeeper's thumb typically denotes a chronic, UCL injury or insufficiency at the thumb MCP joint.
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Ironically, it was Messi's 103rd UCL goal, while the PSV managed to score 102 goals in the prestigious competition.
UCL Press' pioneering publishing programme spans many of the major academic disciplines, from history to philosophy and the sciences, to anthropology.
So what evidence is there at UCL that the introduction of this framework is contributing to the realization of these values?
UCL injuries are very common for throwing athletes and those who use their upper extremity frequently, such as in handball.
Insp Lee Gosling, of Northumbria Police heard about the research and invited staff from UCL to come and speak to officers about how the team could utilise the research.
UCL Provost Professor Michael Arthur was in Dubai following up on UCL's research projects in the UAE, and making contact with the 380 UCL alumni in the country when he spoke to Gulf News, while also finding out more about where the 75 students currently at UCL come from.
UCL first joined the KantanMT University Partnership program in early 2014, and since then the university has integrated teaching the KantanMT.com platform in a number of its degree modules.
Electronic (E) cigarettes can save thousands of life if all smokers switch to e-cigarettes instead of normal tobacco cigarettes, say researchers from the University College London (UCL).
Antitope Limited, an Abzena company and University College London (UCL), have collaborated to humanize an anti-LRG1 antibody as part of a MRC-funded translational research and product development programme being undertaken by the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology.