January 15, 2021

I, Science

The science magazine of Imperial College

News

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Malaria parasites have a cunning mechanism of hiding from the immune system of their human hosts: rapidly changing the proteins...

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Imperial College researchers have developed a prototype technology which uses heat to transmit information over short distances. Data sent in...

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Results from the Cosmic Infrared Background Experiment (CIBER), the product of an international collaboration that includes the University of California,...

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According to a growing body of evidence, bariatric surgery could provide a long-term resolution for certain chronic diseases linked to...

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This news story was published in the World News section of the Super Science issue (issue 28), as one of...

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This news story was published in the World News section of the Super Science issue (issue 28), as one of...

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This news story was published in the World News section of the Super Science issue (issue 28), as one of...

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Dr Frederick Sanger, known by some as the ‘father of genomics,’ passed away on November 19th. The British Biochemist who...

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Online software Dimensions was recently launched at the Times Higher Education Summit in Singapore. The new software was the result of...

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New mini brains grown in test tubes open up exciting new research possibilities in neuroscience that could help cure brain...

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The ozone hole over Antarctica   American plants don’t forget their origins The ecological characteristics of plants in Panama can...

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Bottlenose Dolphins (Tursiopstruncatus) naturally invent and exchange unique identity whistles that closely resemble human names. After hearing a signature whistle...

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Harmful bacteria selectively 'eat' DNA to build resistance to antibiotics. The discovery could help prevent outbreaks of meningitis and septicaemia by keeping...