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Researchers receive extra support during the pandemic

Imperial has distributed £7.8 million additional funding from UK Research and Innovation to protect College research and talent during the pandemic.

Prize-winning female chemists deliver engaging outreach and community support

Three postgraduate chemists have won David Phillips Prizes for their significant contributions to science outreach and building community. PhD students Tamzin Bond, Helena Dodd and Mikkaila McKeever-Willis were recognised for their work encouraging participation from under-represented groups in science and supporting the wider community.

Imperial athletes set their sights on this year’s Tokyo Olympic Games

  @imperialcollege athletes head to @Tokyo2020 to compete in this year’s Summer Olympic Games.

Imperial delivers high student satisfaction, as NSS results are revealed

Student satisfaction at Imperial is now at 84%, according to the most recent National Student Survey (NSS).

Graduation day for 2021 Calibre leadership programme

Graduates from a previous Calibre cohort

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