May 18, 2021

I, Science

The science magazine of Imperial College

research

2 min read

Many hearing aids work by simply amplifying incoming sound and relaying it into the ears of the person hard of...

2 min read

Why is ALMA located in Chile? “The sky in the Atacama Desert is so clean, because of the lack of...

5 min read

Miikke Tetho sits in a darkened room with a camera observing his every move. The table in front of him...

2 min read

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

2 min read

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

2 min read

Frankenstein’s Cat: Cuddling Up to Biotech’s Brave New Beasts Emily Anthes Oneworld Publications (2013) Dolphins with prosthetic tails, spy beetles...

3 min read

Did you always think you wanted to be a scientist? No I didn’t. I first wanted to be an astronaut,...

3 min read

Armand Leroi is not your average Professor of Evolutionary Developmental Biology. As a scientist, his expertise lies in tiny worms...

2 min read

Early 2013 played host to a story that proves it’s never too early to get involved in serious scientific research....