Behind the Paper: Phytophagy impacts the quality and quantity of plant carbon resources acquired by mutualistic arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
Towards photonic on-chip integration: Strong linear and nonlinear thermo-optic effects enhanced by near-zero permittivity on a nanolayer
Global challenges demand global solutions. In this paper, we show a distributed self-driving lab architecture in The World Avatar, linking robots in Cambridge and Singapore for asynchronous multi-objective reaction optimisation.
Elevating Autonomous Health Assessment to Combat Aging Infrastructures: Aerial Drone Photography Unveils Millimeter-Scale Bridge Deflections
Launching a groundbreaking systematic review, our international team of experts embarked on a mission to redefine cardiovascular risk prediction in type 2 diabetes, exploring new biomarkers and genetic markers beyond traditional factors.
Stapled α-helical peptides, can bind to and modulate therapeutic targets that have been historically out of reach with traditional modalities. However, it has been challenging to design stapled peptides that have both good cell permeability and behave well. Our team aimed to address this challenge.
This blog reports the thinking behind a study undertaken by a team of researchers across Imperial College London and the Met Office Hadley Centre, to look at how climate change mitigation pathways could be adjusted as future information is received, around both climate and technological conditions.
Tumour in normal contamination assessment from whole genome sequencing to ensure high standards of genomic testing and insights into personalised treatments for patients with haematological cancers