A selection of the latest news, ideas and inspiration from Imperial College and beyond. Search our news pages for reports and updates related to our work with innovation, insights and talent.
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 […]
Food is an aspect of life that constantly challenges the ingenuity of scientists.
Use your IBP Pathfinder to work with the Tech Foresight team – here is how
Imperial College London and Nanyang Technology University (NTU) officially opened their joint medical school in Singapore today (28 August).
Quantum science staff and students explain how the QTIP programme is helping graduates bridge the gap between academic theory in the lab, and making real-world, commercially viable applications of their ideas.
The Grantham Institute blog catches up with members of the College community who made climate- or environment-related resolutions at the start of the year.
Indian households could boost their income if they reduced holdings of gold and real estate, and increased savings in financial instruments.
From City AM
One of the UK’s top universities is shaking up how it spins out innovative startups to encourage more experts to found companies and boost the UK’s technology industry.
A Novel clip applicator for minimally invasive surgery
A novel surgical clip and applicator that allows large-area clamping of surgical anatomy for use in minimally invasive surgery, with the ability to rotate within the body.
Sweden’s number one tourist attraction has a lot to teach businesses about embracing paradox and making customers say “Wow!”, argues Dr Jonathan Pinto, Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour