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Innovation - 19.09.2023
’Digital necromancy’: why bringing people back from the dead with AI is just an extension of our grieving practices
This article, written by Professor Michael Mair, Dipanjan Saha, Dr Phillip David Brooker and Dr Terence Heng from the School of Law and Social Justice, was originally published by The Conversation.

Health - Pharmacology - 19.09.2023
Relaxation and good sleep key to managing high blood pressure
Relaxation and good sleep key to managing high blood pressure
Mindfulness practices such as meditation and yoga should be recommended to people with high blood pressure, according to a comprehensive review of lifestyle changes that can help prevent and manage the condition, co-authored by UCL's Professor Bryan Williams.

Health - Innovation - 19.09.2023
UN Science Summit heralds coming revolution in digital health diagnostics
UN Science Summit heralds coming revolution in digital health diagnostics
Imperial together with its UK and African partners showcased the transformative potential of digital diagnostics at the recent UNGA Science Summit.

Health - Pedagogy - 19.09.2023
Detrimental impact of Long Covid on the education and lives of children and young people
New research from the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences at the University of Oxford, and the universities of Stirling and Aberdeen funded by the National Institute for Health and Ca

Innovation - Environment - 19.09.2023
Oxford ranked third most intensive science and innovation cluster in the world
Oxford has been recognised as one of the top science and innovation clusters in the world, according to new data released today from the upcoming 2023 Global Innovation Index (GII).

Health - 19.09.2023
Research sheds new light on care home staff experiences in the COVID-19 pandemic
New research in Scotland has shed light on the challenging and difficult experiences of care home staff during the COVID-19 pandemic New research in Scotland has shed light on the challenging and difficult experiences of care home staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. Led by the University of Glasgow and published in BMC Geriatrics, the study is built around interviews with 34 care home staff, who each shared their own emotive account of their experiences of and reflections on the COVID-19 pandemic.

History / Archeology - Linguistics / Literature - 19.09.2023

Social Sciences - 19.09.2023

Health - Pharmacology - 19.09.2023
Self-regulation of pharma industry marketing is unsustainable and failing patients - new analysis
Research from academics at Bath and Lund, Sweden, urges healthcare professionals to tackle unethical marketing and support stronger regulation.

Physics - 19.09.2023

Environment - Economics - 19.09.2023
Opinion: France used 10% less electricity last winter - valuable lessons in fighting climate change
Dr Steve Pye (UCL Bartlett School Environment, Energy & Resources) highlight in The Conversation how France was able to reduce its total energy consumption last winter.

Economics - Environment - 19.09.2023

Campus - Linguistics / Literature - 18.09.2023

Environment - Campus - 18.09.2023

Health - Pharmacology - 18.09.2023
Oxford and Liverpool scientists launch new vaccine trial for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS)
A new clinical trial to find a vaccine to protect people against Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) launched last week (Friday 15 September 2023).This is the third Phase I clinical trial of th

Innovation - Environment - 18.09.2023

Innovation - Environment - 18.09.2023

Life Sciences - Pharmacology - 18.09.2023

Health - 18.09.2023
Imperial respiratory health device receives national James Dyson Award
Imperial respiratory health device receives national James Dyson Award
Pleural was designed by Imperial students to help combat mucus in the lungs, commonly seen in patients with asthma, COPD and cystic fibrosis.

Art and Design - 18.09.2023
New discovery of early medieval 'Govan Warrior' stone
New discovery of early medieval ’Govan Warrior’ stone
An archaeological dig at Govan Old Churchyard led by the University of Glasgow's Professor Stephen Driscoll and Clyde Archaeology revealed a remarkable new find: an early medieval carved stone of a warrior figure.

Health - Pharmacology - 18.09.2023
1/2 million funding announced to find new treatment for oesophageal cancer
The Christie NHS Foundation Trust and The University of Manchester have been awarded half a million pounds of funding from the Medical Research Council to produce a new immunotherapy for oesophageal cancer patients.

Environment - Transport - 18.09.2023
New survey shows Cornwall residents more concerned about climate change than national average
New survey shows Cornwall residents more concerned about climate change than national average
Cornwall residents strongly back climate action according to new survey results from Bath's Centre for Climate Change & Social Transformations (CAST). Published on Monday 18 September 2023 Last updated on Monday 18 September 2023 A new survey of Cornwall residents reveals they strongly back ambitious climate actions.

Social Sciences - 18.09.2023

Health - 18.09.2023
Research selected as a top ten case study showcasing the real-life impact of UK international development research
Research selected as a top ten case study showcasing the real-life impact of UK international development research
RVC research selected as a top ten case study showcasing the real-life impact of UK international development research A study led by the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) has been selected as one of the

Social Sciences - 17.09.2023

Health - Innovation - 15.09.2023
Imperial startups changing the world one tech at a time
Imperial startups changing the world one tech at a time
Some of Imperial's most exciting startups will showcase their innovative solutions at an event in San Franscisco this month.

Mathematics - Social Sciences - 15.09.2023
US teenagers more likely than others to exaggerate their maths abilities
US teenagers more likely than others to exaggerate their maths abilities
American teenagers are more likely than any other nationality to brag about their maths ability, according to a new study by UCL researchers.

Linguistics / Literature - 15.09.2023

Campus - Research Management - 15.09.2023

Pedagogy - Innovation - 15.09.2023

Health - 14.09.2023
Continuing inequalities contribute to wide variation in rates of stillbirths and neonatal deaths across UK
The MBRRACE-UK Collaboration , jointly led by Oxford Population Health 's National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit (NPEU) and the University of Leicester's The Infant Mortality and Morbidity Studies (TIMMS) research group, has published a 'State of the Nation' report on perinatal deaths in babies born in the UK in 2021.

Environment - 14.09.2023
London has the fastest increase in cooling demand in the world, shows new model
A model to map energy demand down to street level shows cooling demand in the capital grew by 5% per year between 1980 and 2022 as summers heat up. The Demand.ninja model, created by researchers at Imperial College London and TU Delft, was designed to show how the weather influences hourly energy consumption in buildings.