Imperial College London is able to provide branded blogs for Imperial staff and students.
Imperial blogs can cover everything and anything related to student and staff life at the College. From posts about your latest research, to student expeditions and research trips, to project updates, Imperial blogs can provide you with an opportunity to share your experiences with the wider community and promote your activities to your target audiences.
We welcome people to read and comment on our blogs.Request an Imperial blog
Recently updated blogs
Blogs are listed in order of when they were last updated.
Lead with confidence. Learn with Imperial CPD
Updates from Imperial College London's Professor of Primary Care
The Graduate School's Blog for Imperial College Research Students
Connecting staff to staff
News from FoM staff, for FoM staff
Open Access and Digital Scholarship at Imperial College London
This site provides frequent blog posts from staff and students within the College relating to the various global health topics we are working on within the institute and Imperial.
Surgery and Cancer community news
Stories from Imperial's Faculty of Medicine
A blog for Imperial College students participating in Charity Insights
The Muon Ionization Cooling Experiment
News and views from the Research Software Engineering Team at Imperial College London
News, announcements and other opportunities for Postgraduate students
Replaying the past
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College photographer Thomas Angus reflects on campus life
Stories, learnings, and top tips from biomedical research
News and announcements for current students
We are changing lives
Life as a Global Online MBA Student
Various musings on science, economics and philosophy
Updates and feedback opportunities for the College community on this project
Ethnographic investigation into the ways in which gratitude is expressed and received in healthcare
Discussions and thoughts from the Inflammation, Repair & Development Student journal club
Longform storytelling from the Imperial community
Bits on brains