Rebrand Roundup: UCL, Natwest and the London Design Biennale

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Lambie-Nairn – University College London


Lambie-Nairn has unveiled a new brand identity for UCL’s (University College London) new global Philanthropy and Engagement Campaign. The university is aiming to raise £600 million for cutting-edge research, transformative capital projects and expanded student support. The target is one of the biggest seen in the UK’s higher education sector, focusing on four priority areas: health, students, London and Disruptive Thinking. Projects include providing world-class new facilities to house UCL’s ground-breaking dementia research, developing personalised therapies and immunotherapy to combat cancer, the creation


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