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Health - Apr 8
Epidemiologists at Imperial College London have launched a new weekly forecast of coronavirus deaths and transmissibility. Imperial's scientists will present weekly forecasts of the reported number of deaths due to COVID-19 in the week ahead and analysis of case reporting trends for countries with active transmission.
Business - Apr 8
Business

Imperial academic David Nabarro told the world's business leaders that the coronavirus lockdowns are likely to be lifted first by sector and region.

Health - Apr 8

Researchers will look for potential new treatments for COVID-19 using the computing power of people's smartphones. Working with Vodafone Foundation, the ‘Corona-AI' project will use the free DreamLab app , which crunches calculations using a smartphone's computing power while its user sleeps.

Health - Apr 6
Health

Craft gin pioneers Sipsmith will donate 3000L of alcohol to Imperial to make hand sanitiser for NHS hospitals during the coronavirus crisis.

Health - Apr 3
Health

The world's most advanced centre for disease and emergency analytics is where Imperial's scientists are leading the response to the coronavirus.

Health - Apr 8

Here's a batch of fresh news and announcements from across Imperial. From a new public website for those interested in the science of COVID-19, to an Imperial alumnus named as one of Forbes' 30 Under 30 Asia, here is some quick-read news from across the College.

Astronomy - Apr 6
Astronomy

Data gathered by the Cassini spacecraft during the final months of its mission show why Saturn's upper atmosphere is much hotter than expected.

Health - Apr 3

Community involvement and engagement is a crucial part of outbreak response, but is often overlooked in the early days Professor Helen Word School of Public Health They reveal that ineffective communication, including access to information and misinformation, are key concerns for the public, while vaccine development was considered the most urgent research priority.

Materials Science - Apr 3
Materials Science

Laser-based lights could replace lightbulbs thanks to an artificial 'fog' that scatters laser light, producing high brightness at low power.





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