October 25, 2021

I, Science

The science magazine of Imperial College

DNA

Our DNA contains tens of thousands of individual genes that encode vital information responsible for the biological activities necessary for...

London LASER puts on evening talks at the intersection of art, science and technology. This November, London LASER hosts project collaborators...

How was the code of DNA cracked? How did it confirm the theory of evolution? And why did life evolve...

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DNA and the concept of genes fascinated me from the word go. To me, studying life from the perspective of...

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The loss of a species was once thought to be as final as the demise of its last survivor but...

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Digital resurrection is the replication of a person’s neuronal network onto a hard disk so their personality and memories are...

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If our cells did what they wanted to, we would double in size about every hour and be spherical. We’re...

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    The Imperial Festival ran Friday 3 May to Saturday 4 May and attracted over 10,000 visitors. I, Science...

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Are the fantasies of superheroes so far-fetched, or might it be possible to change our bodies to acquire superhuman abilities?...

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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...