Water, water, was everywhere on Thursday when Imperial researchers showcased their latest rainy research.
Did you know that thirsty pavements are popping up around London to prevent flooding?
Or that pumping London’s water uses more energy than running the Tube?
Imperial’s Fringe event on Thursday was saturated with soggy scholarly pursuits. From parasite infested waters to oceans on other planets, 14 research teams from across the College showed off their projects.
See our guests dive into various pools of research below
Imperial’s Livingston Group taught guests to purify water with the power of pedal bikes
…before treating themselves to a refreshing flavoured ice cone.
Water way to spend an evening!
See what visitors themselves made of the event below, with this round up of social media activity
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