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Scientists trying to turn light into matter

The hypothesis of the Breit-Wheeler process says it ought to be conceivable to transform light into the issue by crushing two particles of light...

Early puberty is associated with high risk of obesity for women

According to the latest finding by the Imperial College London, girls who begin puberty prior will probably be overweight as grown-ups. The study fortifies existing...

Scientists captured underwater volcano behavior 

A new study provides new insight into the little-studied world of underwater volcanoes. It investigated a volcano named Kick-‘em-Jenny (KeJ), which is thought to be named...

New technique to offer 3D insights of the human brain

Imaging brain samples involve taking little tissue tests cut into ultrathin cuts which can be recolored to uncover attributes of intrigue, for example, proteins...

Whole new kind of menopause drugs to minimize the severity of hot flushes in three days

Scientists at the Imperial College London tested a new kind of menopause drugs that reduce the severity of hot flushes by over a third within...

Synthetic and biological cells work simultaneously as mini chemical factories

Imperial scientists have fused living and non-living cells for the first time to harness the natural ability of biological cells to process chemicals while protecting them...

Digistain technology offers revolution in detailed cancer diagnosis

Scientists led by the Department of Physics and the Department of Surgery and Cancer at Imperial College London have developed a cutting-edge technology to...

Environmental pollution affects heart and lung health, expert

Researchers say that air pollution, aircraft noise and even flour in supermarket bakeries can have a negative impact on the health of heart and...

Binge-watch TV lead to increased bowel cancer risk in men, study

Bowel cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in UK men. In the UK there were around 41,800 newly diagnosed cases of bowel...

Scientists developed a new and simple arsenic sensor could save lives

Imperial scientists have developed a low-cost, easy-to-use sensor which can test drinking water for arsenic in just one minute. This small, sensitive and accurate...

Melanin is key in immune response to killer fungus

A new study carried out by an international group including researchers from Imperial’s Department of Medicine has uncovered how a common fungus, which kills...

Healthy diet can not compensate for high salt intake

A new study conducted on almost 4,000 people by the Imperial College London along with Northwestern University, a healthy diet may not offset the effects of a...

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