doctors from the Imperial College London in the UK have been given ethical approval to start a clinical trial that will allow 10 women from the UK to receive transplanted wombs and hopefully give birth to their own babies. The post UK Approves Womb Transplant for 10 Women appeared first on Growing Your Baby.
Image: Imperial College London Zapping your brain with electricity—known as transcranial direct-current stimulation, or tDCS—has been touted as a way to improve cognitive function and perhaps even treat mental health conditions. A study...Show More Summary
Researchers from CSIRO and Imperial College London have assessed how widespread the threat of plastic is for the world's seabirds, including albatrosses, shearwaters and penguins, and found the majority of seabird species have plastic in their gut.
Researchers from CSIRO and Imperial College London have assessed how widespread the threat of plastic is for the world's seabirds, including albatrosses, shearwaters and penguins, and found the majority of seabird species have plastic...Show More Summary
More than a quarter of a million people die each year from using smokeless tobacco, say scholars from the University of York, University of Edinburgh and Imperial College, London. Millions more have their lives shortened by ill health...Show More Summary
We might be one step closer to eradicating the uncanny valley. Researchers from the Imperial College London and the University of Southern California have created a new way to depict human skin, making facial expressions more lifelike. Motion...Show More Summary
New research from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, King’s College London, and Imperial College London, has found that prolonged, repeated exposure to traffic noise appears to be correlated with a decreased life expectancy and an increased risk of stroke. Show More Summary
We’ve all seen Doom played on the Raspberry Pi before… but this isn’t a port of the game. No, this was a school project at the Imperial College of London — writing the game in bare assembly. They wrote it from scratch. Yep. There’s not even an operating system on the Pi. Show More Summary
Gerry Thomas, Professor of Molecular Pathology of the Imperial College of London, has a subspecialty in the study of the health effects of radiation. She strongly believes that “public involvement and information is a key part of academic...Show More Summary
Angle, a relaunched journal from Imperial College London, “focuses on the intersection of science, policy and politics in an evolving and complex world.” The current issue focuses on economies of scale, and includes a short paper of mine on ems: I focus … Continue reading ?
One of the bones (Photo: Laurent Mekul) In a new paper, published in Nature Communications, a team of scientists from Imperial College London, report that they looked carefully at a group of dinosaur fossils and found something thatShow More Summary
From Imperial College, London: Large magnetic storms from the Sun, which affect technologies such as GPS and utility grids, could soon be predicted more than 24 hours in advance. Coronal mass ejections (CMEs) are eruptions of gas and magnetised material from the Sun that have the potential to wreak havoc on satellites and Earth-bound technologies,…
To the editor: The study by the Imperial College of London purporting to show that hip-hop singles had a greater impact on pop culture than rock songs isn't worth the newsprint you printed the article about it on. The study's premise is fundamentally flawed. ("Hip-hop, not Beatles, had greatest...
Scientists from Imperial College London have released new research arguing that Roman general Julius Caesar suffered from mini-strokes, going against previous diagnoses of epilepsy. More than 2,000 years since Caesar died - assassinated...Show More Summary
In what some are calling a “game-changer” in cancer treatment, scientists at Imperial College in London have discovered a “turbo-charging” protein that boosts the immune system enough to fight off chronic illnesses - and the ability for them to come back.
One of the body's defenses against deadly cancer cells may have just received a much-needed boost. Researchers at Imperial College London have happened upon a previously unknown protein that ramps up the presence of all-important cytotoxic T cells, which destroy virus-infected and cancerous cells. .. Show More Summary
Roman emperor Julius Caesar may have suffered a series of mini-strokes, explaining his dark mood in later life, according to doctors at London’s Imperial College. Caesar, who lived from 100 to 44 BC, has long been the focus of medical debate, with the common assumption being that he suffered...
A team of scientists from Imperial College London and Houston Methodist Research Institute have developed a new technique that helps promote the growth of new blood vessels. This angiogenesis relies on a specially designed bed of porous nanoneedles loaded with nucleic acids. Show More Summary
Dopa Solution, a group of Royal College of Art and Imperial College London students, has developed a special pen that can smooth out the handwriting of Parkinson’s patients. Within the plastic housing there are high frequency vibrational...Show More Summary
Researchers at the Imperial College London and the Houston Methodist Research Institute have developed biodegradable, silicon "nanoneedles" that can deliver genetic material to stimulate the growth of blood vessels. They could perhaps even be used to reprogram living cells as needed in a safe, non-invasive manner. .. Show More Summary