UCL


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UCLUniversity College London
UCLUniversité Catholique de Louvain
UCLUEFA Champions League
UCLUniversity of Central Lancashire
UCLUnfair Competition Law
UCLUlnar Collateral Ligament
UCLUpper Control Limit
UCLUndersteer Control Logic
UCLUcl Compression Library
UCLUnited Counties League (soccer)
UCLUpper Confidence Limit
UCLUnion Communiste Libertaire (French: Libertarian Communist Union)
UCLUnion Centrista Liberal (Italian: Centrist Liberal Union)
UCLUnited Clinical Laboratories (medical laboratory; Dubuque, IA)
UCLUniversity Computer Lab (various locations)
UCLUpper Confidence Level
UCLUncomfortable Loudness Level
UCLUniversal Cyber League (online gaming group)
UCLUnoccupied Crown Land (various locations)
UCLUniversal Communications Language
UCLUnit Configured Load
UCLUser Control List
UCLUnit Candidate List
UCLUnivac Canada, Ltd.
UCLUrbancanopy Layer (meteorology)
UCLUmal Consolidated Limited
UCLUnión de Corresponsalía Local (Galician: Local Union Correspondent)
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The researchers, based at the Max Planck UCL Centre for Computational Psychiatry & Ageing Research and the Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging, UCL, found that when this brain area was in a state of low activity before participants were presented with their options, they were more likely to choose the risky option than when their brains were in a state of high activity (while still lying idle in the scanner).
Evaluating the anatomy more closely, the proper UCL courses in a distal-volar direction from the base of the first metacarpal head to the medial tubercle of the proximal phalanx.
Professor Alan Thompson, Dean of UCL Faculty of Brain Sciences, said "This unique research partnership brings together UCL's world-class academic research capabilities with the drug discovery expertise of industry.
Doing the business on Tuesday, Messi moved ahead his traditional Portuguese rival Cristiano Ronaldo, who has seven UCL hat-tricks so far.
Professor Margot Finn, chair in Modern British History at UCL, and published UCL Press author, said: 'Our East India Company at Home volume was co-produced by academics, museum and heritage professionals and independent historians, and making the book open access is essential to our dissemination plans.
The UCL helps to connect the upper arm bone (humerus) to one of the forearm bones (ulna).
Professor Polina Bayvel, the principal investigator of the UNLOC programme at UCL, said: "This result is a milestone as it shows that terabit per second optical communications systems are possible in the quest to reach ever higher transmission capacities in optical fibres that carry the vast majority of all data generated or received.
This is known as the 'Optimal Forager' theory and doctors at the UCL believe it can be applied to policing.
LONDON, Oct 17 (KUNA) -- The University College of London (UCL) honored late Friday Kuwaiti surgeon Dr.
University College London (UCL) is celebrating the fact that it has surpassed traditional educational leaders -- Oxford and Cambridge Universities -- in the UK government's analysis of research, which will bring EeAu7.5 million (Dh40.84 million) extra funding to UCL taking its total to EeAu131 million annually.
Dublin, Ireland, January 25, 2015 --(PR.com)-- KantanMT is pleased to announce a continued partnership between the Masters programmes in translation offered at University College London (UCL) and the Dublin based machine translation technology start-up.