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Imperial's Centenary Year provides an opportunity to recognise and celebrate members of the Imperial community. Throughout the year, profiles will be added of some of the Imperial staff, students and alumni who have helped make the College the exciting and surprising place it is today.

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Centenary Communications Team
Level 4 Faculty Building
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South Kensington Campus
London, SW7 2AZ

Professor Felix Weinberg
Felix Weinberg, emeritus professor of combustion physics, started work at Imperial in 1951. He refers to the College as: "The centre of the known universe in terms of research".
John O'Leary
John O'Leary is retiring this month, after almost exactly 50 years service at the College. His time at Imperial started on 2 January 1956 in the Department of Aeronautics, where he took the position of junior technician.
Jim Harden
Cheating slightly this month, 50 not out looks at how a childhood love of plants has turned into a lifetime's labour for Jim Harden. Jim, Head Gardener at Wye, has worked at the campus for almost half a century.

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