World’s first continuous room-temperature solid-state maser built using diamond
Blockchain solution to drugs counterfeiting wins WE Innovate top prize
Imperial hackers feed graphene to silkworms and spin 'candyfloss plastic'
Transforming molecular discovery and technology innovations for patient benefit, novel training modalities and healthcare impact
New technology developed by Imperial Cancer and Physics experts can be used to grade cancer tumours, eradicating human subjectivity and ensuring patients get the right treatment
A new centre investigating the causes of premature birth opens at Imperial College London.
Some women with abnormal cells on their cervix may benefit more from regular monitoring than immediate treatment, new research suggests.
Fast-acting, readily available gas may mitigate blast-induced brain injury.
Computational and Systems Medicine is one of our six research areas, with a wide range of interdisciplinary research it aims at developing a better understanding of human health and disease.
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