While I'm complaining about trivia........what is this? I mean, specifically, this? Ah, heh, how embarrassing.I have no idea why I'm listed as playing for Imperial College London, as such. I did play a few games for Imperial in, I think, 2005, when I ws a member of staff there, working in what passed for their library service. Show More Summary
A research team from Imperial College London has shown that blocking the function of an enzyme known as Hhat slows the growth and spread of pancreatic cancer, by preventing a protein called Hedgehog from stimulating nearby normal cells to help the cancer. read more
UK Power Networks is collaborating with POD Point, Smarter Grid Solutions, and Imperial College London on the Low Carbon London trial, a new system for charging electric vehicles designed to prepare the city for the widespread use of electric vehicles. Specifically, smart systems are necessary to keep the extra power demand from overloading the electricity Continue reading ?
Chess Team wins at BUCATwo weekends ago, Imperial College London’s chess club fielded three teams for the British University Chess Association championship (BUCA), coming away with two cases of silverware.Maximilian EgglNews - Friday...Show More Summary
Researchers from Imperial College London in the UK have found that babies born by Caesarean section are more likely to be overweight or obese in adulthood than those born by vaginal delivery. Publishing their results in the journal PLOS...Show More Summary
More than 15 million people worldwide suffer a stroke every year, resulting in almost 6 million deaths. Now, new research from Imperial College London in the UK finds that iron deficiency could increase a person's risk of stroke by making the blood sticky.This is according to a study recently published in the journal PLOS One.The research team, including Dr.
Scientists at Imperial College London have discovered that iron deficiency may increase stroke risk by making the blood more sticky. The findings, published in the journal PLOS ONE, could ultimately help with stroke prevention. Every year, 15 million people worldwide suffer a stroke. Show More Summary
As some of you have likely already heard, British inventor Sir James Dyson this weeek launched a collaboration with The Imperial College in London to the tune of £5 million (approximately $8.34 million USD). The purpose? To found The Dyson Robotics Laboratory. Pretty cool, right?
Dyson, the engineering company best known for its bagless vacuum cleaners, is to invest £5m in a robotics lab at Imperial College, London. The research will focus on vision systems that can help robots understand and adapt to the world around them, the company said. Dyson has been working on robotics with Imperial’s Prof Andrew... Read More
Four unknown galaxy clusters each potentially containing thousands of individual galaxies have been discovered some 10 billion light years from Earth. An international team of astronomers, led by Imperial College London, used a new way...Show More Summary
Dyson is very interested in producing its own domestic robots and robot vacuum cleaners, BBC News reports, as the company will invest £5 million in a robotics lab at Imperial College, London. The research project will be run by Imperial’s...Show More Summary
Robot eyes. That’s a terrifying sentence. But robotics vision is an immense area of research interest, and a key technological field in terms of building the future of a wide variety of devices. That’s why it’s very interesting thatShow More Summary
Dyson has announced that it'll invest ?5 million into a robotics labs at Imperial College London, aimed at developing vision systems to help robots "understand and adapt to the world around them." The company had in fact planned to launch a robotic...
CASHLESS economies promise great benefits, says a recent report published by Citi, a financial-services firm, and Imperial College London. But even if a country is ready to go completely cashless, culture might get in the way. WhileShow More Summary
Skeptics get a seat at the table. IPCC 5th Assessment Review Meeting starts at 9.30am GMT Witnesses Professor Sir Brian Hoskins, Grantham Institute, Imperial College London, Professor Myles Allen, University of Oxford University, and Dr Peter Stott, Met Office Professor … Continue reading ?
Brain imaging experiments have revealed for the first time how ecstasy produces feelings of euphoria in users.Results of the study at Imperial College London, parts of which were televised in Drugs Live on Channel 4 in 2012, have now...Show More Summary
Brain imaging experiments have revealed for the first time how ecstasy produces feelings of euphoria in users. Results of the study at Imperial College London, parts of which were televised in Drugs Live on Channel 4 in 2012, have now...Show More Summary
A team from Imperial College London has developed a process for turning landfill waste into bioplastic. The team of students says the healthcare industry could use the bioplastic to make syringes and other disposable devices used in hospitals. They have also developed a method for breaking down the bioplastic so that it can be easily […]
"Nutt, a neuropsychopharmacologist at Imperial College London and former drugs advisor to the U.K. government, said the drug would be consumed as a cocktail drink and targets neurotransmitters in the brain to mimic the pleasurable effects...Show More Summary
Men who are unemployed for more than two years show signs of faster ageing in their DNA, a new study has found. Researchers at Imperial College London and the University of Oulu, Finland studied DNA samples from 5,620 men and women born in Finland in 1966. read more