Celebrating success across Imperial as over 150 staff are promoted
Getting ready for bed controlled by specific brain wiring in mice
Media Academy for Imperial staff and students returns - Q&A
Applying cutting-edge science to address the unmet clinical needs for infectious disease control on a global scale
30 years on from his arrival at St Mary's Hospital, virologist Professor Graham Taylor reflects on leading vital clinical research at Imperial.
Infectious disease researchers and colleagues across Imperial have received grants as part of the latest round of funding from the Jameel Fund. The projects will help tackle the ongoing threat of COVID-19 and other respiratory viruses.
Researchers have developed new DNA biosensors capable of rapidly detecting and differentiating between parasites that cause schistosomiasis.
Antibiotics promote the growth of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in the gut
30 August 2023
18 August 2023
03 August 2023
31 July 2023
20 July 2023
25–27 September 2023, 09.00–17.00
Workshop on engineering biology metrics and technical standards for the global bioeconomy
10 October 2023, 12.30–13.30
24 October 2023, 12.30–13.30
07 November 2023, 12.30–13.30
21 November 2023, 12.30–13.30