Our latest podcast features a look ahead at the Imperial Festival, where robotic grasshoppers and a plasma globe will be among the many exhibits.
The podcast is presented by Gareth Mitchell, a lecturer on Imperial's Science Communication MSc course and the presenter of Click Radio on the BBC World Service, with help from the Communications and Public Affairs Division pod squad.
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- News: diabetes and galaxies - A new study highlights how sugary drinks can increase type 2 diabetes risk and a new galaxy that could be the last ever discovery from the Herschel space telescope.
- Robots inspired by nature - Dr Mirko Kovac will show visitors at the Imperial Festival how animals are teaching engineers to make robots that can move across outdoor terrains.
- Women in Space Science - Scientists from Imperial and Nasa told school students about their exciting careers at an event at the American embassy.
- What is plasma? - PhD student Arthur Turrell on an unusual state of matter, and what it could do for us.
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