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Law / Forensics - 21.12.2018

Physics - Innovation / Technology - 21.12.2018
Diversity champ, and producing plastic: News from the College
Diversity champ, and producing plastic: News from the College
Here's a batch of fresh news and announcements from across Imperial. From well-deserved recognition of an Imperial diversity champion, to an investigation into the way we use plastics, here is some quick-read news from across the College.

Environment - 21.12.2018
Could future crops adapt to climate conditions?
A better understanding of how plant roots develop could open up the possibility of breeding new crops that are more adaptive to climate change, and in turn help with food security in the future. Researchers looking at the fundamental processes of plant development have identified a particular protein which controls how plant roots grow and adapt to soil conditions.

Health - 20.12.2018
Should you get a flu jab?
We asked Imperial virologist Professor Wendy Barclay for some words of wisdom on who should be getting the seasonal flu vaccine.

Chemistry - 20.12.2018
US science superfan has Christmas wish granted with visit to YouTube hero
An 8-year-old science fan from California had his Christmas wish come true when he met his science hero and YouTube star Professor Sir Martyn Poliakoff.

Life Sciences - 20.12.2018
Expanded Centre for Synthetic Biology launches at Imperial
The Centre brings together researchers using synthetic biology to solve challenges such as in healthcare, biomaterials and sustainable energy.

Innovation / Technology - 20.12.2018

Health - 20.12.2018
Could benefit eye disease patients whilst saving NHS both time and money
Researchers from the University of Bristol, in collaboration with Queen's University Belfast, are leading a cutting-edge project, named the "MONARCH" study, that could benefit eye disease patients whilst saving both time and money within the NHS.

Life Sciences - Computer Science / Telecom - 19.12.2018
Growing bio-inspired shapes with hundreds of tiny robots
Growing bio-inspired shapes with hundreds of tiny robots
Hundreds of small robots can work in a team to create biology-inspired shapes - without an underlying master plan, purely based on local communication and movement. This is what researchers from Barcelona working with the Bristol Robotics Laboratory found when they introduced the biological principles of self-organisation to swarm robotics.

Health - Innovation / Technology - 19.12.2018

Environment - 19.12.2018
Does Santa need a passport?
We all know that Santa Claus lives at the North Pole.

Health - Computer Science / Telecom - 19.12.2018
Imperial and Bayer to accelerate drug discovery for heart conditions using AI
Imperial and Bayer to accelerate drug discovery for heart conditions using AI
A new industrial partnership will use artificial intelligence (AI) to speed up drug discovery. Researchers at Imperial are partnering with Bayer Pharmaceuticals to explore how AI can accelerate the discovery of new drugs for heart conditions. An estimated seven million people are living with heart and circulatory disease in the UK alone, with cardiovascular diseases responsible for one in four deaths.

Business / Economics - 19.12.2018

Life Sciences - 19.12.2018
Podcast: Shopping habits, chocolate fountain maths and genomic medicine
In this edition: How we shop now and in the future, the fluid dynamics of chocolate and how sequencing thousands of genomes is improving medicine.

Environment - Innovation / Technology - 18.12.2018

Business / Economics - Administration - 18.12.2018

Media - 18.12.2018

Astronomy / Space Science - 18.12.2018
Big Bang fossil discovered
A relic cloud of gas, orphaned after the Big Bang, has been discovered in the distant Universe. The cloud is unpolluted by stars even 1.5 billion years after the Big Bang and offers new information about how the first galaxies formed.

Physics - 17.12.2018
Sound waves levitate multiple objects - future technology for contactless medical procedures
Sound waves levitate multiple objects - future technology for contactless medical procedures
In the perhaps not so distant future, surgeons could perform a range of medical procedures all without touching the patient. Surgeons won't be shrunk and sent into the body like in the 1960s Sci-Fi, Fantastic Voyage, but could program a specialised array of mini-speakers to create an intricate sound field that ‘traps' and manipulates selected objects in ‘acoustic tweezers' for manipulation within tissue.

Environment - 17.12.2018
Brazil could save more species at half the cost with new forest restoration plan
A new approach to restoring Brazil's Atlantic Forest could triple biodiversity gains while reducing costs by US$28 billion.

History / Archeology - Health - 17.12.2018

Health - 17.12.2018
Patient power sets top research priorities for lichen sclerosus
People with a distressing skin condition have had their say in which aspects of the disease should be prioritised in future medical research.

Careers / Employment - 17.12.2018

Health - History / Archeology - 14.12.2018
The MRI story in Nottingham - a unique archive in the making
It's going to take a team of specialist archivists, conservators and digitisers 12 months to catalogue and index over two hundred boxes of papers, slides, photographs, films and videos to create a comprehensive archive charting the development of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at the University of Nottingham.

Administration - 14.12.2018
Does Parliament hold the key to solving the Brexit treaty problem?
As Brexit negotiations rumble on with no sign of resolution, researchers have suggested that we could make future government negotiations easier by giving Parliament a larger role in treaty-making.

Computer Science / Telecom - 14.12.2018

Computer Science / Telecom - Innovation / Technology - 13.12.2018
Computer Science Professor selected for top scientific adviser role
Professor Tom Rodden has been appointed as the Chief Scientific Adviser for the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.

Environment - Life Sciences - 13.12.2018
Grant of over 1m awarded to study impact of the loss of darkness on wildlife
A team of researchers at the University of Glasgow have been awarded a grant of over 1m to study the impact of the loss of the night on animals that are subjected to the increased light at night that occurs in urban areas throughout the world.

History / Archeology - Environment - 13.12.2018
Share your Temple Quarter story
Share your Temple Quarter story
Artists-in-residence for the University of Bristol's new Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus want to hear your stories about the Temple Quarter area ahead of the development of the new campus close to Temple Meads station.

Administration - Computer Science / Telecom - 13.12.2018
Rise in Brexit related Hate Crime to be Focus of New Research Lab
Researchers at Cardiff University have been awarded grants totalling 1 million for the new HateLab, tasked with assessing the impact of national events on levels of hate crime and speech.

Life Sciences - Health - 12.12.2018
University of Bristol recognised in second Life Sciences Sector Deal
Life sciences is a sector that operates at the cutting-edge of technological developments and last week [7 December] the second Life Sciences Sector Deal was announced.

Health - Administration - 12.12.2018
$14.5m Gates Foundation grant to help improve global healthcare
A $14.5m grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will help an Imperial group improve and expand healthcare access in developing countries.

Academic Rankings - Health - 11.12.2018
Research papers make top 100 most discussed research of 2018
Four published papers co-authored by University of Bristol researchers are ranked in this year's Altmetric Top 100 papers.

Business / Economics - 11.12.2018
Electricity needs to be better regulated to benefit consumers, says new report
Electricity market regulation must be redesigned to offer the best value for consumers, according to a new report published today.