Doctors develop AI that diagnoses tuberculosis with 96 percent accuracy, and may lead to improved screening and better treatment success rates
Complaining about your symptoms on social media might be more useful than you think.
Several American medical societies are working together to educate the public on the health risks of climate change
A recent study suggests the beginnings of Alzheimer’s disease may relate to the levels of vitamin A received in the womb.
In part two of our Diary of a Researcher series, PhD student Andris Piebalgs looks at Imperial research focused on modelling personalised patient treatments.
As a child Beatrice Haines’ grandparents would regularly prepare sandwiches. One day she was horrified to discover that the succulent meaty filling she enjoyed was in fact bovine tongue and not the ham she suspected. Eating meat seemed strange enough, but the sensation of tasting another animal’s tongue with your own felt bizarre. Years later this […]
The world of tech, startups, makers, innovators and collaborators are beginning to be welcomed in to the scientific ecosystem in a way never seen before. Science: Disrupt brings together the innovators, iconoclasts and entrepreneurs intent on creating change in science. Join us at Interchange for our 2nd Science: Disrupt London Session on the theme of FUTURE […]