Faculty of Medicine
21 May 2013
Etienne Burdet (Bioengineering) integrates neuroscience and robotics to develop assistive devices, particularly for people who have suffered a stroke.
16 Jan 2013
Treating recently infected people delays the need for long-term treatment, an international trial suggests
Staff and students have been taking part in Imperial's Healthy Living Week, which began on Monday.
Funding for new research to improve leukaemia treatment by investigating how cancer cells use hiding places in the body to avoid chemotherapy drugs.
The Daphne Jackson Trust helps scientists return to research after a significant break – often a result of having children. Dr Liz Elvidge reports.
The European Research Council has awarded over €25m to 11 projects at the College, including two prestigious Synergy grants
Researchers at Imperial and Warwick find molecules that appear to function abnormally in women who have suffered repeated miscarriages.
It's in the nature of thinkers and scientists to ponder what is going to happen in the future. Here, Imperial academics share their thoughts on 2013..
Researchers at Imperial College London have identified a molecule that sounds the alarm when viruses invade our cells.
Kailey Nolan of Imperial Innovations speaks to Professor Danilo Mandic about his work developing a discreet, wearable device to measure brain waves.
A new system that enables medics to image difficult areas of the body is being developed by researchers at Imperial College London.
Scientists from across Imperial and beyond celebrated the festive period by showcasing their food and drink research at December's Imperial Fringe.
A new hi tech early dementia assessment service is being developed
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