Thomas Gonda: My journey through education (French)

Le Monde, 16 March 2017
MEng student Thomas Gonda speaks to Le Monde about his unique and atypical journey through education, and how it led him to Design Engineering.

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Can Spraybot make your home warmer?

BBC, 28 February 2017
More than one home every minute will need to be refurbished in the UK between now and 2050, experts say. One invention is aiming to help tackle the problem.

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Software helps musicians stop slouching by ruining their music

New Scientist, 10 February 2017
The Musician’s Mirror is the work of London-based designer Arthur Carabott. The software identifies when musicians’ posture is poor and gives them a stark, audible notification.

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How a raised hand from a pedestrian could stop driverless cars

New Scientist, 09 February 2017
Blink, created by researchers at the Royal College of Art and Imperial College London, turns the awkward dance of eye contact and hand gestures that happens when a car slows down while someone is waiting to cross the road into something driverless cars could understand.

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Malav Sanghavi's LifeCradle is making neonatal care affordable

Forbes India, 07 February 2017
LifeCradle is designed to provide hygienic living conditions as well as the technology needed for a newborn’s survival at home once it leaves neonatal care, while keeping costs down.

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Bringing a breath of fresh air to the UK’s polluted cities

The Guardian, 22 January 2017
A weekend of creative events in central London aims to raise awareness of poor urban air quality.

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The Big Life Fix with Simon Reeve

BBC iPlayer, 07 December 2016
IDE alumni Ruby Steel, Yusuf Muhammad and Ross Atkin feature in a new BBC series where the UK's leading inventors build life-changing solutions for people in desperate need.

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Paper bike helmet wins Dyson award

BBC News, 17 November 2016
A recyclable, folding cycling helmet made of paper has won this year's international James Dyson Award.

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Women in Innovation awards 2016: 15 female entrepreneurs honoured

GOV.UK, 15 November 2016
Fifteen of the UK’s most innovative women were honoured at an awards ceremony at London’s Royal Society of Arts, including Dyson School of Design Engineering student Elena Dieckmann.

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You can now hold the entire (3D-printed) Universe in your hands

Wired, 28 October 2016
If the scale of the Universe sometimes leaves you a little overwhelmed, physicists at Imperial College, London are on hand to help. The team has created a 3D-printed version of cosmic microwave background that can be held in your hand, and has provided the files for you to make your own.

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Spider silk violin on shortlist for £10k student design prize

Evening Standard, 28 October 2016
A postgraduate researcher who designed a violin made from silk is among the finalists in a new competition to find London’s most innovative foreign student.

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Charged issue: how phone batteries work – and why some explode

The Guardian, 10 October 2016
Batteries fuel modern life, from smartphones to electric cars. But how do they store electricity and why don’t they last long enough? And, as Samsung might be asking itself, why do they blow up?

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Why May needs to get girls studying to be engineers

The Times, 02 October 2016
Susannah Clarke is using a 3D printer to make a bespoke tool for a surgeon to use in a forthcoming hip replacement.

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On the flightpath to a friendly footprint

The Engineer, 19 September 2016
A host of technologies are set to reduce civil aviation’s environmental impact.

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From feathers to futures: The story of AEROPOWDER

Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering, 31 August 2016
AEROPOWDER are exploring several avenues of developing novel, high value applications utilising waste feathers.

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Energy Absorbing Motorcycle Helmets

Sky News, 09 August 2016
Crash testing a motorcycle helmet lined with a unique kind of energy-absorbing material.

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Student creates new hydroponic farming system to utilise wasted space in shipping containers

Farming UK, 25 July 2016
An Imperial College London design engineering student has created a new hydroponic farming system to utilise wasted space in the shipping container industry.

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Dyson: Reshaping the Future

iED, 01 July 2016
A major response to the growing skills gaps in the UK has been the emergence of the Dyson School of Design Engineering, Imperial College London.

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Wan Tseng's Wisp wearables are an alternative to "intense" sex toys

Dezeen, 27th June 2016
Crash testing a motorcycle helmet lined with a unique kind of energy-absorbing material.

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Gyroscopic glove takes on tremors

New Atlas, 16 June 2016
Imperial College London student creates GyroGlove which is designed to minimize hand tremors.

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Arthur Carabott's Superhydrophobic Fountain causes water to move in unusual ways

Dezeen, 08 June 2016
GID student Arthur Carabott creates a Superhydrophobic Fountain.

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How neuroscience and big data are combining to reinvent advertising

iNews, 01 May 2016
Professor Peter Childs discusses the links between neuroscience, big data and advertising.

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Genomics, virtual reality and ethics: how progress will affect us

Financial Times, 07 March 2016
Professor Saeema Ahmed-Kristensen predicts how swift changes in technology are transforming the way we live.

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China races toward cleaner transport

China Daily Europe, 23 October 2015
Dr Billy Wu talks energy and Formula E with China Daily.

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The innovators: how tiny amounts of wind energy could light up Africa

The Guardian, 26 July 2015
Imperial College London and Royal College of Art graduate Charlotte Slingsby has developed energy generation system involving sheets of plastic with wave-like filaments.

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Next generation innovations blend art and science

Aljazeera, 07 July 2015
New devices designed to make our lives easier are being showcased at a London exhibition.

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10 future wearables and connected self concepts from Show RCA 2015

Wareable, 25 June 2015
Next-gen wearable tech from Imperial College London and Royal College of Art students.

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Osborne calls for more women in engineering

Business Reporter, 23 March 2015
George Osborne speaking at the Science Museum in London after announcing a £12 million donation to the new Dyson Design School of Engineering.

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James Dyson Foundation gives £12m for creation of engineering school

The Guardian, 23 March 2015
A £12m donation by Sir James Dyson to Imperial College London has been announced for the launch of a new Dyson School of Design Engineering, which will open its doors later this year.

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SAM 'electronic lego for kids' project storms Kickstarter on day one

Techworld, 29 September 2014
It’s called ‘SAM’, it launched on Kickstarter today, and its makers believe they’ve cracked one of the most difficult problems in educational computing.

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'Bruise suit' devised for athletes with impairments

BBC, 28 August 2014
A pressure-sensitive suit designed by researchers at Imperial College London identifies possible injuries in athletes who may be unaware they have been hurt.

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Concrete Canvas presented with Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation

Innovation In Textiles, 01 August 2014
Concrete Canvas, a producer of Concrete Canvas GCCM geotextile, was presented with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation by the Lord Lieutenant of Mid Glamorgan Mrs Kate Thomas.

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