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Environment - 17.01.2019
Researchers supporting world's largest air quality monitoring network in London
Researchers supporting world’s largest air quality monitoring network in London
Cambridge researchers are using their expertise in air quality sensors to support the new Breathe London project launched by Mayor Sadiq Khan earlier this week.

Health - Pharmacology - 16.01.2019
Personalised treatments for Parkinson’s disease
Scientists at Cardiff University are helping to bring personalised treatments for Parkinson's disease closer to the clinic, thanks to a major investment of over £50,000 from American charity, The Summit for Stem Cell Foundation.

Careers / Employment - 16.01.2019

Pharmacology - Health - 16.01.2019

Politics - 15.01.2019
The story behind the lost play of Irish rebel leader James Connolly
The story behind the lost play of Irish rebel leader James Connolly
Academics at the University of Glasgow have discovered a short story which they believe could solve the mystery of a lost play by revolutionary socialist James Connolly. The story called The Agitator's Wife was discovered last year during the 150th anniversary year of the birth of the Irish rebel leader who was born in Scotland in 1868.

Health - Innovation / Technology - 15.01.2019
Support for postdocs and postgrads to develop mental health tech ventures
Early-career researchers and postgraduates from all fields have until 20 January 2019 to apply to join a medical technology business accelerator.

Computer Science / Telecom - Innovation / Technology - 15.01.2019
Free tools empower public in bid for online privacy
While surfing the web or using apps is a concern for many of us and successfully shielding such data can be a struggle.

History / Archeology - 14.01.2019
On the enduring appeal of Mary Queen of Scots
On the enduring appeal of Mary Queen of Scots
She was a Queen who only reigned for six years. Yet more than four centuries after her death, Mary Queen of Scotland continues to polarise opinion and to hold a fascination for the general public.

Business / Economics - 14.01.2019
‘No-deal’ Brexit could see value of UK companies decrease even further
The impact of the Brexit vote reduced the value of UK companies by 16 per cent, with those domestically-focused being the hardest hit, according to new analysis from the University of Bristol.

Astronomy / Space Science - Physics - 11.01.2019
Pioneering professor wins Eddington Medal
Pioneering professor wins Eddington Medal
A Cardiff University professor who discovered how to measure the expansion of the universe has been honoured by the Royal Astronomical Society (RAS) .

Media - Innovation / Technology - 11.01.2019
Subscriptions, subsidies and pressure on platforms: media trends in 2019
Subscription and membership models will become the key revenue focus for the news industry this year, according to a new report from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University.

Astronomy / Space Science - Physics - 11.01.2019

Social Sciences - Business / Economics - 11.01.2019

Health - Business / Economics - 11.01.2019

Health - 11.01.2019
Repeatedly missing GP appointments may indicate greater risk of death from all causes
Repeatedly missing general practice (GP) appointments may be a risk marker for all-cause mortality, particularly in patients with mental health conditions, new research published in the open access journal BMC Medicine suggests.

Environment - 11.01.2019
Wildfire research centre to launch with £10m from the Leverhulme Trust
Wildfire research centre to launch with £10m from the Leverhulme Trust
The funding will help improve prediction and management of wildfires globally through the Leverhulme Centre for Wildfires, Environment and Society.

Health - Life Sciences - 10.01.2019
Picture this: first exhibition of artists who lack "mind’s eye"
The first ever exhibition of paintings and works of art created by artists who have no “mind's eye” will cast new light on the creative brain when it goes on display from today.

Literature / Linguistics - Administration - 10.01.2019

Environment - Business / Economics - 09.01.2019

Astronomy / Space Science - Physics - 09.01.2019
Black-hole mathematician wins exceptional young scientist award
Imperial's Professor Gustav Holzegel is a Finalist in the second annual Blavatnik Awards in the UK, winning US$30,000.

Astronomy / Space Science - 08.01.2019
Bringing the world's largest telescope to life
Bringing the world’s largest telescope to life
A cutting-edge component of what will be the world's largest telescope has passed critical tests. HARMONI, being developed in part by scientists at Durham University, will now move to the detailed design phase.

Health - 08.01.2019
New materials designed with people who inject drugs to promote the benefits of low dead space equipment
New posters, a booklet and an animation, co-designed by service users from Bristol Drugs Project, are being launched later this month to promote the benefits of low dead space injecting equipment for people who inject drugs, alongside broader harm reduction messages.

Life Sciences - Health - 08.01.2019

Health - 07.01.2019
Shaping the future of vaping research
PA02/19 Smokers, vapers and non-smokers are being invited to help shape the future of medical research into the safety of e-cigarettes by taking part in a new online survey run by the University of Nottingham's UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies.

Administration - Business / Economics - 07.01.2019

Innovation / Technology - Administration - 04.01.2019

Business / Economics - Computer Science / Telecom - 04.01.2019

Astronomy / Space Science - 04.01.2019
Milky Way heading for catastrophic collision
Milky Way heading for catastrophic collision
The Milky Way is on a collision course with a neighbouring galaxy that could fling our Solar System into space.

Careers / Employment - 03.01.2019

Health - Earth Sciences - 02.01.2019
Ing health hazards of volcanic emissions
Ing health hazards of volcanic emissions
Researching health hazards of volcanic emissions There are 1,500 active volcanoes worldwide andKīlauea volcano in Hawaii is one of the most active.

Health - 29.12.2018

Health - Careers / Employment - 29.12.2018

Health - 29.12.2018
Scientist honoured in Queen’s New Year list
A scientist from the University of Bristol has been honoured in the Queen's New Year Honours list, which recognises the achievements and service of people across the UK.

Health - 26.12.2018
New insight into aggressive breast cancers
Scientists from Cardiff University have uncovered a protein which drives aggressive breast cancer and could be targeted for developing new and improved therapies.

Health - Innovation / Technology - 25.12.2018

Health - Environment - 22.12.2018
6 times Imperial made you think in 2018
In 2018, Imperial researchers gave pause to many of us with their studies. From melting ice sheets to the mental health challenges of fieldwork, here are some of the Imperial stories which made us think in 2018. Sleeping giant In September, Imperial experts predicted that sustained Antarctic warming could melt the largest ice sheet on Earth.