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Pre- methods of water management used 1,400 years ago could boost supplies during 's dry season, according to new research from our +
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Our academics will be exploring how the technology of 2039 will shape our physical and emotional needs this Thursday at ’s annual conference . You can learn more about future human needs in our latest long read
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Our neuroscientists have been working with artists to create a neuron art workshops for this weekend. Join them on the Queens Lawn to make your own and learn all about their research lighting up the brain
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Or see the researchers in action at this weekend!:
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Our mathematicians have been working with researchers. Together they've found when classical musicians , audiences’ brainwaves reveal they are more engaged and rate the performances higher. Read about it:
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audiences have been declining for years. Could be the spark that brings them back? Watch below 👇
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Magic with a Mathematician at ! Join our resident material scientist and illusionist Alex Foden for a drink and trick this weekend in our maths themed AlgeBAR. Here is a little sneak preview of his sleight of hand
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1915: Astronomer Sir Fred Hoyle was born. He coined the term "Big Bang"
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Imperial College Jun 23
1912: Alan Turing was born
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Imperial College Jun 22
Next week we wi'll be releasing tickets for Imperial's behind-the-scenes tours. From wind tunnels to our flight simulator and drone testing arena, register with us for a chance of getting on these exclusive parts of our Festival programme
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Imperial College Jun 22
1939: Crystallographer Ada E Yonath was born. In 2009, she was co-awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for her studies on the structure and function of the ribosome
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Imperial College Jun 21
From leaving the car at home, to London's best teachers: Here's some quick-read from across the College
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Imperial College Jun 21
A special event in Singapore brought together alumni with experts from our
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Imperial College Jun 21
From water bottle rockets, levitating solar powered motor, no hands pong and a chain fountain, our first year physics students are showcasing their innovative and exciting projects!
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Imperial College Jun 21
Congrats to Brightcure, our student who have won our Innovators’ Programme for their device which could revolutionise the treatment of
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Imperial College Jun 21
Our researchers have found no link between exposure to emissions from municipal waste and infant deaths or reduced foetal growth
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Imperial College Jun 21
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Imperial College Jun 21
1893: The first Ferris wheel premiered at Chicago’s Columbian Exposition
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Imperial College Jun 20
We're proud to be part of the new roadmap for for synthetic biology which could help set research goals for improving food production, public health and the environment
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Imperial College Jun 20
1861: Frederick Gowland Hopkins was born. He won the 1929 Medicine Nobel Prize for his discovery of the growth stimulating vitamins and was an alumnus of the Royal School of Mines
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