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24.02 - Brain can trigger a deep sleep - IMPERIAL
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Switching on brain area can trigger deep sleep

Scientists from Imperial College London found that certain types of sedative drugs work by 'switching on' neurons in a particular area of the brain, called the preoptic hypothalamus. Their work, in mice, showed that it is these neurons that are responsible ... Jagran Post, 6 days ago
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London Assembly calls for more separate food waste collections

by Tom Goulding Around half of all households in London do not have access to separate food waste collections, a critical report published by the London Assembly Environment Committee today has found. The report: Bag it or bin it? Managing ...
 Lets Recycle1 week ago University to test magic mushrooms as potential treatment for cancer patients  ITV.com2 weeks ago A coherent approach for analysis of the Illumina HumanMethylation450 BeadChip improves data quality and performance in epigenome-wide association studies  Genome Biology2 weeks ago Imperial College London gets new storage system  Scientific Computing World2 weeks ago
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Cosmos measured using 'real data' rather than theory for first time ever

team from Imperial College London and the University of Barcelona has used data from astronomical surveys to measure a standard distance that was central to their understanding of the expansion of the universe. The research used current data from astronomical ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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New Geotechnics Study Results from University of London Imperial College Described (Stability investigation of the Generalised-alpha time integration...

 4 Traders5 days ago Hybrid gold nanoparticles could pair cancer imaging, therapy  OptoIQ1 week ago New office for Babraham Research  Devono2 weeks ago Imperial College London invests in new research facility at Babraham Research Campus  Manufacturing Chemist2 weeks ago
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27.02 - Professor Gavin Screaton named new Dean of the Faculty of Medicine - IMPERIAL

Imperial's Provost has announced the appointment of Professor Gavin Screaton as new Dean of Medicine Imperial College London has today announced Professor Gavin Screaton FMedSci as Dean of the Faculty of Medicine. He takes up the role on 1 March ...
 MyScience4 days ago 27.02 - New Director talks about clinical care, research and his love of motorbikes - IMPERIAL  MyScience4 days ago Imperial College professor honored with Helmholtz International Fellow Award  News-Medical.Net1 month ago
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New genes discovered associated with asthma and allergies 958551

Scientists at Imperial College London in the UK have discovered over 30 new genes that predispose individuals to both asthma and allergies such as eczema and hay fever. The researchers investigated factors that influenced the activity of genes ...
 Medical News Today6 days ago 18.02 - Epigenetic study highlights drug targets for allergies and asthma - IMPERIAL  MyScience1 week ago American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, Feb. 20-24  Physician's Briefing5 days ago New study turns to epigenetics to look for new therapeutic targets to treat allergic diseases  News-Medical.Net1 week ago
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New imaging technique shows potential for cancer diagnosis

A collaborative team from Imperial College London and the Laboratoire de chimie de la matière condensée de Paris have designed and developed breakthrough hybrid gold-silica nanoparticles, which could vastly improve the accuracy of cancer imaging. ...
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Metabolic Phenotyping by Liquid ChromatographyMass Spectrometry to Study Human Health and Disease

Drug Metabolism and Molecular Toxicology, Imperial College , London, U.K. Anal. Chem. , Article ASAP DOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.5b00409 Publication Date (Web): February 19, 2015 Copyright 2015 American Chemical Society Note: In lieu of an ...
 Analytical Chemistry1 week ago
DirectorsTalk

Graphene Components Generated Using 3D Printing

A team of engineers from Imperial College London have developed a method for printing miniature components from graphene, using a new graphene paste. Graphene is thin, light, durable, and flexible and it conducts electricity, making it an ...
 DirectorsTalk1 week ago 12.02 - Engineers create graphene components using 3D printing - IMPERIAL  MyScience2 weeks ago
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Coffee Intake May Lower Endometrial Cancer Risk, Imperial College London Study 2/9/2015

Coffee Intake May Lower Endometrial Cancer Risk PHILADELPHIA — Women who drank about four cups of coffee per day appeared to have decreased endometrial cancer risk compared with those who drank less than a cup each day, according to a study ...
 ClinicSpace3 weeks ago Drinking Coffee May Lower Endometrial Cancer Risk, Imperial College London Study  BioSpace3 weeks ago Study says cancer may be reduced by drinking coffee  Examiner.com2 weeks ago Coffee May Lower Risk Of Endometrial Cancer  BlackDoctor.org2 weeks ago
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