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Technology has over the past few years impacted the automotive sector, with the rise of electric vehicles (EVs) and changes in the racing market, which has in turn enabled new spaces to race (city centers […]
An Imperial alumnus who has designed a decision support app to enable GPs to see the early signs of cancer has won a prestigious digital health award.
As Lloyd’s of London warn another cyber-attack could cost businesses $53bn, a team of students from Imperial College London have developed a new way of combatting such threats.
They may live for the limelight and the call of their muse, but musicians may also be prone to eating disorders, according to new research.
A discussion paper from the Grantham Institute
International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) is an annual celebration of female engineers and their accomplishments, taking place on 23 June.
An Imperial computer engineering expert talks about the problems the UK’s tech sector faces in the future if it doesn’t address a gender imbalance.
Physicist Joseph Paradiso talked about the enhancement of human perception through sensor networks at Imperial’s 2017 Dennis Gabor lecture yesterday.
The first paper in the Institute of Molecular Science & Engineering series – published in April 2017 – is entitled ‘Molecular science and engineering: a powerful transdisciplinary approach to solving grand challenges’, and can be download here.
Curbing greenhouse gases can bring about real financial opportunities for industry, experts said at the launch of Imperial’s Responsible Investment Club.