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The archive contains 4 references to University College London.

The first known report was published on 25.07.2018, making University College London the 299th oldest out of the 1112 entities that expressed interest in the IOTA protocol.

With 4 publications relating to IOTA, University College London currently ranks as the 103rd most active out of 1112 entities publicly expressing interest in IOTA.

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13.04.2020

Members of the University College London, University of Bayreuth, Steinbeis University Berlin and Massachusetts Institute of Technology published a paper titled "To What Extent Will Blockchain Drive the Machine Economy? Perspectives From a Prospective Study", mentioning IOTA.

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Contribution: Anonymous The archive contains 256 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 256
Academic

12.06.2019

A peer reviewed study about "Designing a DLT System for Interoperable and GDPR–Compliant Health Data Exchange: A Use Case in Blood Glucose Data" by Pact Care and Navin Ramachandran of the University College London is published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research, mentioning IOTA (48x).

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Related members Navin Ramachandran
Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1527 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1527
Academic

08.02.2019

Navin Ramachandran (IF) et al of the University College London, as well as members of PACT Care B.V. publish a paper titled “Designing a distributed ledger technology system for interoperable and GDPR-compliant health data exchange - a use case in blood glucose data" for peer review to the Journal of Medical Internet Research, mentioning IOTA (72x).

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Related members Navin Ramachandran
Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1527 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1527
Academic

25.07.2018

Member of the University College London, including Navin Ramachandran, publish a scientific article about their case study of Authenticating Health Activity Data Using Distributed Ledger Technologies, describing their PoC of using IOTA MAM channels for granting and revoking on-demand access to personal medical data.

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Related members Navin Ramachandran
Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1527 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1527
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