A research technician in the Centre for Rapid Online Analysis of Reactions lab

Only by bringing together expertise from different disciplines can we solve today’s global challenges.

Scientific change is accelerating. We cannot predict where discoveries over the next 10, 20 or 30 years will take us. Pioneering fields like synthetic biology and data science require a truly joined up approach. At White City, Imperial is building world-class facilities for collaborative research that transcended traditional academic disciplines. Dedicated spaces bring researchers, clinicians and corporate partners together to focus on four global challenges: discovery and the natural world; engineering novel solutions; health and wellbeing; and leading the data revolution.

A bold era of discovery

At White City, Imperial is creating dedicated facilities for collaborative research which underpins our four strategic priorities:

  • Discovery and the natural world
  • Engineering novel solutions
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Leading the data revolution

Dr Amy Maslivec in the Gait analysis lab (Justin Cobb MSK Lab at the Sir Michael Uren Hub) where she assesses patients' gait before and after knee and hip arthroplasty.

The Reach Out Makerspace provides local young people with free hands-on experience of designing and prototyping.

The Imperial College Advanced Hackspace is a unique community of over 2,000 like-minded makers, hackers, inventors and entrepreneurs across the University.

The Centre for Rapid Online Analysis of Reactions (ROAR) is championing a new networked approach to chemical science, particularly at the interdisciplinary areas with engineering, analytical science, applied mathematics and data analysis.

Video about how Imperial's White City Campus is transforming health and wellbeing

Transforming Health and Wellbeing

Find out about Imperial’s vision for the new School of Public health, and how you can support our campaign to transform health and wellbeing in White City and beyond.