Cassini spacecraft begins its final dance with Saturn
Best ways to remove greenhouse gases to be investigated with new £2m grant
Earth day: Imperial event brings together experts to tackle air pollution
Transforming molecular discovery and technology innovations for patient benefit, novel training modalities and healthcare impact
Professor Elaine Holmes joined other leading researchers to discuss the role of the body's microbes in gastrointestinal cancers in a recent seminar.
Second prize awarded for idea to bring prenatal care to pregnant women living in isolated areas.
Professor Naomi Chayen has revealed how materials such as gold can help create protein crystals.
A type of drug used to treat weak bones is associated with an increased risk of 'micro-cracks' in bone, according to new research.
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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