The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine is a wonderful Art-deco building faced in Portland Stone. It was where Professor Anthony J Sargeant worked from 1970 until 1977 as a research scientist in the Medical Research Council’s Environmental Physiology Research Unit and where he completed the research for his PhD (part-time) which was awarded by the Board of Studies in Physiology of The University of London for a thesis on the effects of disuse atrophy of human muscle. 51 more words
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Are you exhausted? If yes, perhaps you should go see the new exhibition at Zabludowicz Collection and find out why.
The exhibition called ‘Use/User/Used’ focuses on the exhaustion we share as a community and the different societal structures that causes it. 257 more words
Camden Council is hosting a public forum on Wednesday 27 January to hear the public’s views on long-term proposals by the University of London for its Bloomsbury campus. 254 more words