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Simulation of a laser-induced cluster explosion. Credit: Thomas Fennel

Surprise slow electrons are produced after intense lasers-clusters interactions

Intense laser-cluster interactions were known to produce energetic ions and electrons. But now, scientists have produced slow, low-energy electrons using intense laser-cluster interactions. A group of...
The Table of Disruptive Technologies. Imperial College London

Academics created a periodic table of mind-blowing tech

Scientists at the Imperial Tech Foresight (ITF), an offshoot of Imperial College London, have created the periodic table of distributive tech to bring to life...
Researchers at Imperial are developing a new method of brain stimulation which they hope could alleviate symptoms of neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s, without the need for surgery

Scientists developed a method that reaches brain, without surgery

Electrical brain stimulation is a promising method with which to modulate neural excitability and the approach can be categorized as either invasive or non-invasive. However,...
Imperial College London/Peter Vincent/Data Science Institute

Surgery and fluid science combine to aid dialysis in patients with kidney disease

Dialysis is the method used to remove waste products from kidney when kidney stop functioning properly. A dialysis machine is used for this procedure...
Most women are not likely to benefit from aneurysm screening program

Most women are not likely to benefit from aneurysm screening program

An abdominal aortic aneurysm is an enlarged area in the lower part of the aorta, the major blood vessel that supplies blood to the...
Removing malaria-carrying mosquitoes unlikely to affect ecosystems, study

Removing malaria-carrying mosquitoes unlikely to affect ecosystems, study

An estimated, 216 million malaria patients were diagnosed and almost 445,000 deaths occurred in 2016 due to malaria. Although there are many treatments available to...
Human eye close up

Glaucoma hope from turmeric eye drops

A glaucoma is a group of diseases that damage the eye's optic nerve leads to vision loss and blindness. It also leads to the...
How plants use carbon affects their response to climate change

How plants use carbon affects their response to climate change

The photosynthesis process is well known. Plants inhale carbon dioxide and exhale oxygen. During inhalation, plants use some of the carbon for respiration whereas some...
New immunotherapy treatments could help hay fever sufferers to keep their symptoms at bay

How protein fragments could help to tackle the cause of hay fever

Specialists at Imperial College London are researching new hay fever treatments in view of protein pieces from grass, which they have found can reduce...

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