Faculty of Medicine
04 Dec 2013
Almost 600 under-16s take up smoking every day in the UK, suggests research published online in Thorax.
20 Nov 2013
A visiting Nobel laureate discusses the science of ageing and students wrestle with the problem of putting motion sensors on crocodiles.
Men who are unemployed for more than two years show signs of faster ageing in their DNA, a new study has found.
Many surgeons are seriously affected on an emotional level when complications occur in the operating theatre, according to a new study.
A drug that mimics some effects of alcohol but lacks its harmful properties would have real benefit for public health, a leading scientist has argued.
The winners of a competition for academic and NHS staff will receive help to develop their ideas for smartphone apps to improve healthcare.
Under-18s who experience psychosis go untreated after their first psychotic symptoms for twice as long as adults, according to new research.
Academics at Imperial College London have launched a tool that can rank the most influential tweeters on any topic.
Three Imperial scientists have been named on a list of highly influential biomedical researchers based on citations by other academics.
Park Geun-hye, President of the Republic of Korea, has addressed leading figures from science, industry and government at Imperial.
Professor David Nutt is the winner of the 2013 John Maddox Prize for Standing up for Science.
Researchers have begun a trial of a new drug that could help women with advanced breast cancer for whom current treatments are not effective.
Scientists have discovered a signature of tuberculosis that can be detected in patients' blood, paving the way for an improved diagnostic test.
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