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Imperial ChemEng 58m
Plans for tomorrow: Cast vote for ✅ Go to the IChemE Young Members Forum Christmas Lecture to hear Professor speaking about diversity in STEM✅ Join us at 6pm for refreshments in the foyer
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Ali Yetisen 3h
Dr. Burak Temelkuran from the Hamlyn Centre is discussing his pioneering work on fibre optics and medical robotics in the Clinician Engineer Hub workshop!
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anthony barlow 3h
Extremely lucky with QTS trainees visiting learningbabout C02 capture technologies. Such hope for the world if we use a range of tech, reduce CO2, use less of everything, plant trees and more. We need a mix of solutions
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Replying to @EleniZazani
Just trying to spread that Christmas cheer!✨🎄😃
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🚨Today our has real chocolate behind the door! 🚨 Find out how you can get your hands on some by visiting
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Imperial College 6h
Christmas is coming... pass it on! 🎁
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Lyes Kahouadji 6h
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Royal Academy of Engineering 20h
Are you looking for some industrial experience and knowledge of current industry practices to enhance your teaching? Apply for an Industrial Fellowship now - awards can held from six months to two years. To find out more:
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Qilei Song 22h
I am really grateful to for the great support. More exciting research results to come!
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Ronny Pini 22h
If you are at stop by Anna-Maria’s poster to learn about convective mixing for increasing .
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FutureHealthcareHub Dec 10
Hub Co-Investigator Prof Nilay Shah giving comment on BBC News article:
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Imperial ChemEng Dec 10
Have you been keeping up with the Chem Eng ? Catch up with the last few days at
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Yetisen Group Dec 10
Superb presentation by PhD student Sam Davis in Clinician Engineer Hub workshop on Wearable Technologies in Medicine!
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Iain Staffell Dec 10
🚨 JOB ALERT 🚨 I’m looking for a Research Associate to work with amazing colleagues from all over Europe building and testing the next generation of energy system models for the European Commission! Up to £47k in the amazing at
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Imperial IMSE Dec 10
Are you in , or ? The largest chemical producer in the world will visit campus on Thursday. All welcome! More info 👉
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Ronny Pini Dec 9
We are again hosting this week for a new experimental campaign to study transport of particle tracers in rocks
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Imperial IMSE Dec 9
👩🏽‍🎓👨🏿‍🔬Are you a scientist, engineer or student considering your next step? Are you interested in working on cross-disciplinary challenges relevant to industry? If so our MRes course could be for you! Come along and find out more at our info lunch this Wed.
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Imperial Enterprise Lab Dec 9
Thinking of applying to this years Venture Catalyst Challenge? Want to get your share of the £90k prize fund? Pop in to one of our VCC drop-in clinics to get advice on your application from the ELab team 💪The next one is TODAY between 3pm - 4pm.
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Christos Markides Dec 8
For those interested in , , , and , here is a recent paper by Antonio Pantaleo, Sergio Camporeale, Arianna Sorrentino, Adio Miliozzi and Nilay Shah which won best paper at in Milan:
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Humera Ansari Dec 8
Hello San Francisco! If you’re interested in adsorption in shales, I’m presenting my work at tomorrow at 8.45am in session MR11A, Moscone South 152. Come along to see some interesting data on shales from around the world!
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