Imperial researcher discusses how prototype sensor technology may make robotic prosthetics more user-friendly for people in the future.
Ana Matronic discusses the rise of robots in popular culture during a visit to Imperial College London.
Engineers from Imperial College London have developed computer software that enables the user to control a robotic arm with eye commands to paint a simple picture.
Regius Professor Chris Toumazou presents the 2015 Gabor lecture.
In this final Data Science Insights event, Professor Steve Furber CBE from the University of Manchester, talked about using computers to build brains. This was hosted at the Royal Institution on June 17 2015.
Dr Tom Ellis explains how his team have developed a method to measure the burden placed on cells by adding components. (Extract 3 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 22 April 2015)
Colin Smith describes a new study from the Department of Bioengineering that explains how oscillating waves spread through groups of neurons. (Extract 1 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 3 December 2014)
Imperial researchers revisit the archives of the Lancet to examine how army doctors managed amputation pain in the First World War. (Extract 2 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 12 November 2014)
Dave Henson who competed in the 2014 Invictus Games talks to Colin Smith about going for gold and how losing both his legs while serving as a soldier in Afghanistan in 2011 has inspired his research. (Imperial Podcast 1 October 2014 4/4)
Medal-winning student who competed in Invictus Games talks about going for gold.
Professor Jane Davies gives her inaugural lecture
Dr Sean Hill, co-Director of Neuroinformatics in the European Union funded Human Brain Project (HBP), gave a distinguished invited talk for Imperial's Data Science Institute. This event was part of London Technology Week on June 17 2014.
News: Showcasing the Imperial Show 2014 and Professor Chris Toumazouâ€™s European Inventor Award. (Extract 1 of 4, Imperial Podcast 2 July 2014)
The Royal British Legion Centre for Blast Injury Studies at Imperial College London was officially opened by Prince Harry of Wales on 17 October 2013.
Director of IGHI Professor the Lord Darzi talks about the institute's role and its efforts to combat the challenges facing global health today.
Jenna Stevens-Smith reports from a major conference on synthetic biology held at Imperial. (Extract 2 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 7 August 2013)
Professor Martyn Boutelle (Bioengineering) explores the advancement of biomedical sensors for clinical monitoring in his inaugural lecture.
From paranoia to paralysis, brains play havoc with our health. Dr Aldo Faisal (Bioengineering) talks about improvements in diagnosis and treatment.
Professor Sir Stephen Bloom and Professor Chris Toumazou discuss their innovative new project exploring an implant to suppress appetite which has been funded by the European Research Council
At March's Imperial Fringe, Ben Reeve explains how synthetic biology can help us make bacteria that convert our waste into useful products such as bioethanol.
Dr Tom Ellis talks about applications of synthetic biology in the brewing industry at March's Imperial Fringe.
The Childrens' Christmas Demonstration Lecture explores the excitement of scientific discovery for all ages. Kids, families, students, teachers and the curious are invited to take part.
A tale of stem cells, regenerative pharmacology and bone marrow biology from Professor Sara Rankin.
J-P Jones meets Dr Dominic Southgate, Project Manager for the Rio Tinto Sport Innovation Challenge project which features in Universities Week 2012. (Extract 4 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 9 May 2012)
Professor Martyn Boutelle from the Department of Bioengineering on new technology for assessing the severity of traumatic brain injury. (Extract 5 of 5 from the Imperial College Podcast 18 January 2012)
Students challenged to develop new types of sporting equipment for people with disabilities in the lead up to the London 2012 Paralympics.
Dr Adam Hill takes us inside the new Royal British Legion Centre for Blast Injury Studies to see how Imperial researchers are simulating the effects of roadside bombs on the body.
Sarah Storey, Paralympic gold medallist, speaks to John-Paul Jones, from the Communications and Development Division
In her inaugural lecture, Professor Alison McGregor explains how working with back pain patients and elite rowers to understand the spine can help prevent injury and enhance performance.
In the 13 April edition: Why an Imperial scientist is collecting children's baby teeth and Lord Martin Rees explains why there's more to the universe than what we can see
Gareth Mitchell and Laura Gallagher discuss Imperial's Big Science Pub Quiz and a podcast prize giveaway
Analysing the science of smell.
Brian Davies on the latest advances in robotic surgery.
Intelligent in-ear body sensors: Dr Benny Lo on how a new technology could be used to monitor sports performance.
Holger Krapp on what makes flies such remarkable aviators.
Extract 4 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast October 2009: Professor Anthony Bull on Bioengineering
Anthony Bull on bioengineering, cricket and the stresses and strains of sport.
Extract 3 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast April 2009: Instant Genetic Testing for Drug Responses
Professor Chris Toumazou and Leila Shepherd on a device to test for the genetic variations that make us respond differently to drugs.
Professor Molly Stevens discusses her work for the International Year of Chemistry 2011
Sir Keith O'Nions, Rector of Imperial, speaks to Moon Regan team members as they reach the South Pole
Imperial researchers announce partnership with Moon Regan Transantarctic Expedition
Undergraduates at Imperial College London develop a computer game that is controlled by eye movement
Using wireless EMG to measure activation patterns (onset/offset times and amplitude) of muscles in the lower limb during walking
Professor Molly Stevens is developing new materials for repairing bone and cartilage. She is also developing new techniques for detecting enzymes at low levels, which could lead to advances in the early detection of a range of conditions
Professor Chris Toumazou talks about Imperials new Winston Wong Centre for Bio inspired Technology
Dr Nick Oliver and Dr Pantelis Georgiou talk about the benefits of a silicon pancreas to regulate insulin in people with Type 1 diabetes
Dr Olive Murphy talks about the benefits of an implantable heart pressure monitor that she is developing
Professor Anthony Bull talks about his new appointment and what inspires him in his career and his research
Professor Chris Toumazou talks about his inventions, which include the Silicon Pancreatic Beta Cell, the Digital Plaster and SNP doctor
New Centre of Excellence in Osteoarthritis opens at Imperial
The new state of the art Department of Bioengineering facilities in the Bessemer and Royal School of Mines buildings officially opened on 16 October 2008