COVID-19: One in five over-80s need hospitalisation and death rate 0.66 per cent
Three Imperial academics win ERC Advanced Grants worth €6.5m
Solar Orbiter scientists on seeing rocket launch: “I will remember it forever”
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Researchers across the Faculty are at the forefront of global efforts to protect the world from the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak.
A newly developed medical simulation using interactive holograms allows radiology trainees to learn new skills using augmented reality headsets.
A team of scientists led by Professor Mike Levin are developing a rapid test to diagnose severe illnesses, using personalised gene signatures.
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