Traces of ancient rainforest in Antarctica point to a warmer prehistoric world
Imperial students provide over 350 free meals to NHS staff
COVID-19 response: Imperial offers STEMM expertise to parents and teachers
How our research, entrepreneurialism and teaching aim to benefit the world.
We meet the people who plan to change the world with green chemistry.
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Imperial academics are pioneering advances in robotics, synthetic chemistry and beyond that could transform the manufacturing industries.
Read more about making for the future
Imperial scientists, in the lab, and on the ground, are working to defeat ebola.
Read more about the fight against ebola
A simple compound in our gut could help to stop dangerous bacteria behind severe, and sometimes fatal, hospital infections.
Read more about faecal transplants
Our world is warming, but taking action on climate change can make all our lives better.
Read our guide on what you can do
Fungi are evolving, but thankfully Imperial researchers are leading the fight to protect us all.
Read more about the fight against fungus
For the past 25 years, Imperial has been at the heart of the hunt for a cure for HIV. This is the story of that search: of the highs, the lows, the setbacks – and the breakthroughs.
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Do bots help to spread fake news? No, but they could be part of the answer. We look at the truth behind the headlines.
Read more about the truth behind fake news
How Imperial researchers are making plastics more sustainable.
Read more about greener plastics
Can we ever eliminate pollution in all its forms?
Read about Imperial's zero pollution plan