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Company Overview of Imperial College
Imperial College is an educational institution that offers undergraduate, graduate, professional, and research programs in the fields of science, engineering and medicine including Aeronautics, Bioengineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Life Sciences, and Materials with particular regard to their application in industry, commerce and healthcare. Imperial College was founded in 1907 and is based in London, United Kingdom.
South Kensington Campus
London, SW7 2AZ
Founded in 1907
Key Executives for Imperial College
Head of Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Research
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Imperial College Key Developments
Mauna Kea Technologies Enters into a Research Collaboration Agreement with Imperial College London
Feb 20 14
Mauna Kea Technologies announced it has entered into a research collaboration agreement with the Imperial College London, to develop next generation computer vision features for the use of optical biopsy based on the Cellvizio technology platform.
Huawei and Imperial College London to Open Data Science Innovation Lab
Jan 27 14
Huawei and Imperial College London are to collaborate and jointly-invest on a data science lab. The Imperial College - Huawei Data Science Innovation Laboratory will bring together experts from across Imperials faculties and Huawei researchers to harness data science research and develop new applications in fields such as smart cities, energy and healthcare. Big Data technology is one of the areas where UK universities can take the lead in research and development. The data science lab is the major corporate partnership within Imperials new Data Science Institute, which will cultivate multidisciplinary collaborations between the College's academic experts and research partners to develop new big data technologies. Huawei will invest in cutting-edge equipment including next-generation cloud computing servers, a research and innovation fund, and operational costs for the new lab.
Mauna Kea Technologies Partners with the Imperial College of London to Advance Research and Applications of Optical Biopsy with Cellvizio
Dec 12 13
Mauna Kea Technologies announced it has entered into a research collaboration agreement with the Imperial College London, United-Kingdom, to develop next generation computer vision features for the use of optical biopsy based on the Cellvizio technology platform. The goal of this initiative will be to develop new imaging capabilities to improve the optical biopsy procedure and make it completely intuitive to clinicians of all specialties. This work will be done in coordination with Prof. Guang-Zhong Yang, Director of The Hamlyn Centre at Imperial College London. Optical biopsy with Cellvizio enables the visualization of tissues at the cellular level during an endoscopic examination to determine the presence of diseases and conditions such as cancer. The procedure combines an advanced imaging technology with standard endoscopy. The images created by Cellvizio are produced by optically penetrating thin layers of tissue. Unlike traditional tissue biopsy, there is no removal of tissue samples and no related tissue damage. The procedure produces images with microscopic precision that can provide physicians with real time information to support faster and more accurate diagnosis. In this collaboration, research teams from Mauna Kea Technologies and the Hamlyn Centre will join forces to apply cutting-edge computer vision technologies to the Cellvizio platform and its EVA operating system. These efforts will be designed to streamline the use of optical biopsy during a range of advanced endoscopic and surgical procedures. Each organization will deploy a team of highly seasoned engineers to advance these initiatives over the next year.
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