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Shaping student spaces – From reimagined study areas to revamped social spots, we explore student space renovations at Imperial.

Three Wise Women – This festive period Three Wise Women from the Faculty of Medicine share the gift of wisdom.

A nuclear history – As the remaining staff leave the Imperial Reactor Centre, we explore the past and future of the College's nuclear research.

A campus in constant evolution – Transforming South Kensington for staff, students, and the public.

Going for gold – The history of Imperial and the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

In our own words – Imperial staff member share what they’ve learnt about their own mental wellbeing during lockdown.

ImperialWomen – To mark Women@Imperial Week, meet five women leaders at the College who are changing the world.

Learning from a pandemic – Meet the Imperial teachers and students reshaping education.

Flights of fantasy – Imperial's science fiction library is a unique window on our world – past, present and future.

We can do more – Discrimination and inequality must be challenged at all levels, and Imperial is playing its part.

FGM in focus – Exploring Imperial’s community-centred approach to empowering conversations around female genital mutilation. 

Seeing is believing and believing is seeing – From hologram lectures to the gamification of pure maths, technology is transforming teaching at Imperial.

Frontline insights – Moving stories of Imperial academics at the centre of the NHS response to COVID-19.

Body parts – How Imperial's community of innovators are bringing the human body into the 21st-century.

More than meets the eye – Five Imperial staff and students with invisible disabilities share their stories.

The cat that got the cream – As Felix turns 70, some of the student newspaper's leading players – past and present – give us their stories behind the headlines.

Clean reaction – We meet the people who plan to change the world with green chemistry.