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27 Jun 2012
Joseph Footitt, Walport Clinical Lecturer, NHLI, dies tragically.
17 Dec 2013
We take a look back at the NHLI's first ever bring your child to work day in October, which featured a host of fun educational activities.
16 Dec 2013
Poland's entry into the EU may have had the surprising consequence of increasing allergies in rural villages, according to a new study.
The consistent triumph of good over evil in fantasy literature may be linked to villains' aversion to sunlight, researchers have suggested.
Almost 600 under-16s take up smoking every day in the UK, suggests research published online in Thorax.
Agents of the immune system called natural killer (NK) cells may have an important role in asthma, according to research.
Three Imperial scientists have been named on a list of highly influential biomedical researchers based on citations by other academics.
Scientists have moved closer to developing a universal flu vaccine by using the 2009 pandemic to study why some people seem to resist severe illness.
People with severe asthma are less likely to respond to the treatment they depend on compared to people with mild asthma, according to new research.
People are much more likely to take preventive medicines if they're combined in one pill, an international study has found.
Drs Anna Randi and Graeme Birdsey are trying to understand how blood vessels form and repair themselves and the role they play in various diseases.
Imperial scientists are taking volunteers to Oxford Street to investigate how air pollution affects the blood vessels and the lungs.
Researchers at Imperial are part of two international networks to receive major grants from the Fondation Leducq for research into heart disease.
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