When 23rd July - 6th August 2014 About the event LIYSF is a two week residential event held at Imperial College London, with lectures and demonstrations from leading scientists, visits to industrial sites. Timing: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Price: ... Exhibitions.co.uk, 2 days ago
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Following Premier Li Keqiang's recent visit to the UK, Sir Keith ONions President of Imperial College London led a delegation to China to promote innovation and education ties between the two countries and also discuss co-location opportunities in ...Labmate Online, 20 hours ago BUAV welcomes Imperial College London resignation following wrongdoing exposed b... BUAV, 1 week ago
Innovative nanoparticles boost the effectiveness of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanning by specifically seeking out receptors that are found in cancerous cells.
Developed by researchers at Imperial College London (United Kingdom), the iron oxide nanoparticles (IONPs) were synthesized to selectively undergo copper-free click conjugation upon sensing of matrix metalloproteinase (MMP) enzymes, thereby leading ...MedImaging.net, 2 days ago Self-assembling nanoparticle could improve MRI scanning for cancer diagnosis Ecancer Medicalscience, 3 days ago Self-assembling Nanoparticle Developed for MRI Scanning PcbDesign 007, 1 week ago Imperial College London - Self-assembling nanoparticle could improve MRI scanning for cancer diagnosis Financial Content, 1 week ago
[embedded content] Students from Imperial College of London have come up with a novel way to help athletes and people with disabilities, who might struggle to correctly assess the severity ofan injury. Internal injuries often don't give visible ...Telecare Aware, 1 day ago Imperial College London and KPMG Announce Partnership Labmate Online, 2 days ago KPMG and Imperial College sign £20M big data deal Science Business, 1 week ago 15.07 - New Imperial and KPMG institute will harness the power of corporate data - IMPERIAL MyScience, 1 week ago
London and Westminster MP Mark Field visits Imperial today to launch a £1.8 million upgrade to the Department of Chemistry's analytical facilities. The department has upgraded its NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) Spectrometer , X-ray ...MyScience, 4 days ago Imperial College London and Zhejiang University launch data science collaboration Universities News, 1 week ago 18.07 - Imperial and Zhejiang University launch data science collaboration - IMPERIAL MyScience, 1 week ago
The registrar of Imperial College London has resigned from his role in animal research after a report from government advisers found the university broke rules and put animal welfare at risk. John Neilson , who continues as the university's ...ACQ Magazine, 1 week ago Imperial College failing over animal welfare standards ITV.com, 3 weeks ago Imperial College London 'Not Maintaining Legal Animal Welfare Standards' Huffington Post UK, 3 weeks ago Imperial College London falling short over animal welfare standards ACQ Magazine, 3 weeks ago
Blocks modular smartphone ◄ Back Next ► Picture 1 of 9 Coming out of Imperial College, the Android Wear-based Blocks is a modular approach to the smartwatch concept "Each module will have a different feature, such as a ...Electronic Weekly, 5 days ago London MBA's Start-Up Turns Smartphones Into Taxi Rides BusinessBecause, 1 week ago London start-up develops customisable smartwatch Telecompaper, 2 weeks ago
Scientists from Imperial College London have modified mosquitoes to produce sperm that will only create males, pioneering a fresh approach to eradicating malaria.In the study, scientists have tested a new genetic method that distorts the sex ratio ...Business Standard, 1 month ago Genetically modified mosquitoes offer hope in malaria fight First Post.com, 1 month ago GM mosquitoes set to wipe out malaria epidemic Asian Age, 1 month ago Genetically-modified mosquitoes could help wipe out malaria Business Standard, 1 month ago
When Gunbir Singh Sidhu, 33, completed his masters' degree in chip designing in 2003 from Imperial College, London, he never imagined that his passion for cinema would one day turn him into a well-known Punjabi film producer. Sidhu started his entrepreneurial ...Business Standard, 2 months ago
Rodrigo Garcia Gonzalez along with fellow Imperial College London students has been working on the Ooho water bottle for the past few years. The bottle is made out of edible materials, looks like a jellyfish, and has the potential to put an end to the bottled ...Jagran Post, 2 months ago Ooho - a water bottle that you can eat! Deccan chronicle, 2 months ago Now, water bottle that you can eat Business Standard, 2 months ago
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