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A team of Imperial alumni have launched an invention kit that allows children to make remote controlled toys from the contents of the recycling bin.
Scientists at Imperial College London are developing vision technology that could enable the domestic robots of the future to truly see their environment.
Scientists at Imperial College are investigating whether microscopic gold beads could make chemotherapy more effective, and reduce side effects for patients.
Imperial researchers are attempting to reduce aircraft noise, by creating pictures of how air is forced through engines when aircraft are in flight.
A new method of taking highly detailed x-ray images of bone using powerful laser beams has been developed by researchers at Imperial College London.
A team of engineers from Imperial College London are creating an artificial retina that captures light to build an image of its surrounding environment.
The design process for vehicle manufacturers could to be improved thanks to the launch of new computer software that predicts the effects of airflow.
Robotics experts from Imperial College demonstrated some of the world's most advanced aerial robots to help launch London Tech Week (June 15-21).
Futuristic trans-Atlantic seaplanes could be the answer to growing pressure on commercial airlines, according to Imperial engineers. Sarah Gaunt reports.
Making industrial filtration technology more efficient and sustainable is the focus of a new academic partnership involving Imperial College London.
'Nanoneedles' made from biodegradable silicon have successfully prompted parts of the body to generate new blood vessels, in a mice trial.
Imperial researchers have used medical imaging techniques to explore why making willow trees grow at an angle can vastly improve their biofuel yields.
A team of engineers at Imperial College London has developed a method for printing miniature components from graphene, using a new graphene paste.
Water filtration media made from a by-product of herbal tea has helped an Imperial student team come second in an international synthetic biology competition.
A new £1.25 million arena for flying the next generation of aerial robots will be constructed at Imperial College London, thanks to a donation from an alumnus.