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Health - Dec 10
Researchers have found that incidence of heart failure was around two-fold higher in people with diabetes. The study, led by the University of Glasgow on behalf of the Scottish Diabetes Research Network and published today in Circulation , found that patients with Type 1 diabetes were also more likely to die as a result of heart failure, in comparison with patients with type 2 diabetes and those without diabetes.
Physics - Dec 10
Physics

How atoms arrange themselves at the smallest scale was thought to follow a 'drum-skin' rule, but mathematicians have now found a simpler solution.

Life Sciences - Dec 10

Kidney dialysis can cause short-term ‘cerebral stunning' and may be associated with progressive brain injury in those who receive the treatment for many years.

Palaeontology - Dec 10
Palaeontology

Iridescence is responsible for some of the most striking visual displays in the animal kingdom. Now, thanks to a new study of feathers from almost 100 modern bird species, scientists have gained new insights into how this colour diversity evolved.

Health - Dec 7
Health

Improving adherence to cholesterol-lowering treatments reduces cardiovascular risk for at risk patients.


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Mathematics - Life Sciences - 10.12.2018
Researchers share their fascination with maths at Imperial Lates
The wonders of the mathematical universe were on show at the latest Imperial Latest public evening event.

Health - Life Sciences - 10.12.2018

Psychology - 10.12.2018
£1.5m study to test diagnostic tool for child and adolescent mental health
A diagnostic tool, which can be used by mental health clinicians to assess children and teenagers, is to be evaluated by experts from the University of Nottingham and Institute of Mental Health, thanks to a £1.5m NIHR grant.

Health - Life Sciences - 10.12.2018
West London NHS Genomic Medicine Centre delivers on landmark genomic project
Experts in a partnership led by Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust have enrolled more than 3,000 people for genome sequencing.

Health - Innovation / Technology - 10.12.2018
Tailor-made flu and Disease X vaccines to be created in $8 million project
Imperial College London and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations have formed a partnership to help protect against Disease X. The $8.4million project will develop technol

Health - Innovation / Technology - 10.12.2018
Tailor-made vaccines to flu and Disease X to be created in $8 million project
Imperial College London and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations have formed a partnership to rapidly produce tailor-made vaccines.

Health - Innovation / Technology - 10.12.2018
$8 million project to prepare for Disease X
Imperial College London and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations have formed a partnership to help protect against Disease X. The $8.4million project will develop technol

Health - Innovation / Technology - 07.12.2018

Innovation / Technology - Business / Economics - 07.12.2018
£24m Nottingham research facility opens to transform UK manufacturing in the digital age
With manufacturing on the cusp of a technological revolution, a flagship research facility is opening its doors at the University of Nottingham to help future-proof UK industry in a competitive global market.

Politics - 07.12.2018
Nottingham expert puts museum collection under the spotlight
The stories behind objects in People's History Museum's vast collection have been given a fresh perspective and relevance for contemporary audiences.

Life Sciences - Computer Science / Telecom - 07.12.2018

Innovation / Technology - Environment - 06.12.2018
Drones work alongside humans in new Imperial-led Centre
Imperial and Materials Science Institute Empa have launched a centre for independent flying robots who will carry out building maintenance work.

Health - Innovation / Technology - 06.12.2018
Digital technology in management of Huntington’s
Researchers at Cardiff University are exploring how digital technologies, such as wearable fitness trackers, can be used to help people with Huntington's disease (HD) manage their symptoms. As part of a £16 million collaboration to address the health and social care of people with diseases of the brain, Professor Monica Busse, from Cardiff University's Centre for Trials Research, will lead an international team who will assess how sleep, nutrition and physical activity impact HD.

Health - 06.12.2018
Final report of the Mental Health Act Review accepted by Government
The Independent Review of the Mental Health Act, chaired by Professor Sir Simon Wessely, has published its final report and the Government has committed to bring forward legislative changes in line with the Review's recommendations.

Astronomy / Space Science - Pharmacology - 06.12.2018
Blast off for first UK-led experiment on the International Space Station
UK-led research is taking place on the International Space Station (ISS) for the first time, following a successful launch from Kennedy Space Centre at Cape Canaveral in the US. An experiment using microscopic nematode worms involving teams of scientists from the Universities of Nottingham, Exeter and Lancaster was among a shipment of cargo and scientific investigations to be delivered to the ISS by the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft following the launch by the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket at 6.16 pm (UK time) on Wednesday 5 December.

Innovation / Technology - Business / Economics - 05.12.2018
Oxford company PalaeoPi launches to offer automated 3D digitisation of objects | University of Oxford
PalaeoPi, a spinout company from the University of Oxford, is driving down the costs of high-throughput, high-resolution, close-range photogrammetry through research and automation, bringing photo to 3D to all.

Careers / Employment - 05.12.2018
Latest survey offers new understanding of the FE maths teacher workforce
PA 257/18 Building a high-quality maths teaching workforce in Further Education (FE) requires a better understanding of career pathways, differentiated high-quality initial training and more subject-specific professional development, new research shows.

Physics - Astronomy / Space Science - 04.12.2018
First 'piggyback' kit for monitoring space weather launched
First ’piggyback’ kit for monitoring space weather launched
Tiny sensors for measuring the Earth's space weather environment have launched today attached to a South Korean satellite.

Life Sciences - Health - 04.12.2018

Life Sciences - Agronomy / Food Science - 04.12.2018

Life Sciences - Careers / Employment - 04.12.2018
Imperial academics win ¤6million of ERC funding
Imperial academics win ¤6million of ERC funding
Three Imperial scientists have won significant funding from the European Research Council (ERC) to be 'truly creative in their research'.

Life Sciences - Health - 04.12.2018
Winners of the prizes for the Best Doctoral Research Theses 2017/18
Six Bristol postgraduates have been awarded £500 prizes for the exceptional quality of their research degree theses.

Transport - Innovation / Technology - 04.12.2018
£11.15m grant secured to pilot driverless taxis in London
The University of Nottingham is part of a major new government-backed initiative to trial self-driving taxis around parts of London.

Health - Business / Economics - 03.12.2018

Environment - 03.12.2018
Opinion: COP24: here's what must be agreed to keep warming at 1.5°C
Opinion: COP24: here’s what must be agreed to keep warming at 1.5°C
As the COP24 climate summit begins in Poland, Hugh Hunt from Cambridge's Department of Engineering outlines just what it will take to limit global warming to 1.5°C, as outlined in the 2015 Pari

Careers / Employment - 30.11.2018

Health - Pharmacology - 30.11.2018
Brexit clay and humanitarian solutions: News from the College
Here's a batch of fresh news and announcements from across Imperial. From a geological Brexit study captured in clay, to student solutions to global humanitarian aid challenges, here is some quick-read news from across the College.

Health - 30.11.2018
Pregnancy losses and large numbers of children linked with increased risk of cardiovascular disease
Pregnancy losses and large numbers of children linked with increased risk of cardiovascular disease
Women who experience pregnancy loss and do not go on to have children are at greater risk of cardiovascular disease, such as heart disease and stroke, compared with women who have only one or two children, according to new research from the University of Cambridge and the University of North Carolina.

Mechanical Engineering - Innovation / Technology - 29.11.2018
Research showcase addresses future of aerospace propulsion
How academia and industry can solve the challenges of future aircraft propulsion was the focus of an annual showcase held at a major centre for aerospace research at the University of Nottingham this week.

Business / Economics - 29.11.2018

Law / Forensics - Business / Economics - 29.11.2018

Politics - 29.11.2018
University of Bristol supports building a sustainable peace in Colombia
University of Bristol supports building a sustainable peace in Colombia
A team at the University of Bristol is investigating the gendered nature of armed conflict in Colombia in support of the Colombian Truth Commission, which formally launches today, 29 November and aims to address injustices from the war. In 2016 a peace agreement brought an end to the world's longest running armed conflict, the 51-year dispute between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC-EP).

Social Sciences - 29.11.2018
Why violence against older people needs more attention
Colleges & Student Experience Research & Collaboration One in four killings by a loved one involves a victim over the age of 60, says new research.

Innovation / Technology - Environment - 28.11.2018
Imperial entrepreneur named Latin America Inventor of the Year
Imperial entrepreneur named Latin America Inventor of the Year
Inty Grønneberg, founder of ocean-cleaning startup Ichthion, has been named Latin America Inventor of the Year by MIT Technology Review.
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