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Professor from Imperial College London Reveals Bizarre Cures Through the Ages
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Bizarre cures through the ages

The review, presented by Professor Peter Barnes, from Imperial College London, has revealed that strong black coffee and herbal 'cigarettes' were once popular treatments for asthma, which used to be thought of as a psychosomatic condition brought on by ... Sify, 6 hours ago

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Now, robot that follows your eyes to create art

obot artist that can paint a picture by simply tracking your eye movements. Developed by Aldo Faisal of Imperial College London and his team the robotic arm can be controlled with a person's eyes. An off-the-shelf eye-tracker follows a person's gaze, sending ...
 Business Standard1 day ago Painting bot follows your eyes to create art  New Scientist1 week ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

In association with OVERSEAS STUDY LINK, SHOUT presents quick facts about Imperial College

1. Fourth best in the UK (Sunday Times Ranking). 2. Guarantees housing for all 1st year undergraduates if applications are received by July 25. 3. Situated in the heart of London (West End). 4. Best subjects: Medicine, Engineering and Business. ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star3 weeks ago

First person - Rural empowerment

Clementine Chambon, a PhD research scholar at the Imperial College London, on what motivated her to co-find a social enterprise that will coproduce clean electricity, household cooking gas and biochar for off-grid villages in Uttar Pradesh.
 Times of India2 months ago

Detecting when a person with dementia is suffering from pain is so important

Jo James dementia lead at the Imperial College Healthcare Trust and stalwart champion of John's Campaign from the start tells a story about her own mother's unidentified pain in hospital, and advocates a tool that would prevent the unnecessary ...
 NigerianHerald.com5 days ago
Green Business Journal

Plastic in 99 percent of seabirds by 2050

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. ...
 Green Business Journal2 weeks ago Plastic in 99% of seabirds by 2050  Red Orbit1 month ago Scientists Warn Nearly All Seabirds Will Have Plastic In Their Stomachs By 2050  Environmental Monitor6 days ago Plastic waste getting worse and harming seabirds  Digital Journal3 weeks ago

NHS-accredited apps may be leaking data

Researchers from Imperial College London have discovered that some of the NHS's approved apps may be leaking sensitive data. Although the apps appear to have been tested by NHS England's Health Apps Library, some of the apps weren't adhering to ...
 IT Pro UK1 week ago NHS Apps Leaking Data, Study Finds  Mobile Marketing Magazine1 week ago How can we trust the NHS with big data if it can't even get an app store right?  Diginomica1 week ago Apps approved by the NHS are not secure  AG Adjacent Government1 week ago

Cold snap: Climate cooling and sea-level changes caused crocodilian retreat

Image of Sarcosuchus. Credit: Imperial College London and Robert Nicholls Fluctuating sea levels and global cooling caused a significant decline in the number of crocodylian species over millions of years, according to new research. ...
 PhysOrg.com1 week ago Cold Snap and Climate Change Killed Massive Crocodilians  Science World Report1 week ago Climate Cooling and Sea-Level Changes Caused Crocodilian Retreat  Before It's News1 week ago
Electronic Specifier

Silicon chip etched with grooves drives cardiac stem cells

The team from Imperial College London have developed a silicon chip with tiny grooves, which are 0.01mm wide and only 0.0003mm deep. They showed that the grooves stimulated a biochemical response in the cardiac stem cells that helps switch them into ...
 Electronic Specifier1 week ago
Abu Dhabi National

Healthy Living news: #WalkWithMe, listening to music reduces pain and World Heart Day

Let's get walking With the weather starting to cool down, the UAE's Imperial College London Diabetes Centre is encouraging residents to get outside and get active through a series of community walks. Launched this week, the #WalkWithMe community ...
 Abu Dhabi National2 weeks ago
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