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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.

- 26 Jul 2017 Entrepreneurial alumnus designs award-winning cancer diagnosis app

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.

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- 26 Jul 2017 Spotting cyber-attacks might have become easier, thanks to Imperial students

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.

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- 26 Jul 2017 News from Imperial Corporate Partnerships | Q3 2017

Imperial collaborations with Smith & Nephew, AstraZeneca and BP.

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- 25 Jul 2017 TB or not TB? Why tuberculosis remains one of the top 10 causes of death today

Ishita Marwah for the FoM blog.

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- 25 Jul 2017 Can the UK’s gas grid go green? New white paper explores options

Options for a greener gas grid are explored by researchers from Imperial College London in a white paper out today.

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- 25 Jul 2017 Rewiring Wounds To Heal Through Dynamic Biomaterials | Dr. Be Almquist at WEF Dalian

Presentation by Dr. Ben Almquist at the Annual Meeting of the Young Champions at WEF Dalian

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- 25 Jul 2017 Empowering Next-Generation Implantable Brain Interfaces | Dr. Tim Constandinou at WEF Dalian

Presentation by Dr. Timothy Constandinou at the Annual Meeting of the Young Champions at WEF Dalian

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- 25 Jul 2017 Visualising Big Data To Tackle AntiMicrobial Resistance | Dr. Céire Costelloe at WEF Dalian

Presentation by Dr. Céire Costelloe at the Annual Meeting of the Young Champions at WEF Dalian

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- 25 Jul 2017 Musicians have high prevalence of eating disorders, study finds

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.

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- 21 Jul 2017 How can social media be used to detect the next pandemic?

Researchers at the Institute for Security Science and Technology (ISST) are using machine learning and social media to identify illness outbreaks.

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- 19 Jul 2017 Hundred-year-old law on fluid flow overturned by Imperial research

Engineers from Imperial College London have dispelled a 100-year-old scientific law used to describe how fluid flows through rocks.

The three 3D models below show fluid flowing through rocks at different microscopic scales.

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- 17 Jul 2017 Robotics experts gather at Imperial to show off their cutting-edge projects

The Second UK Robot Manipulation Workshop brought 40 expert teams together from across the nation to swap ideas and share inventions.

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