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Podcast: Water everywhere, the future of fintech and ancient crocs

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In this edition: Fringe season kicks off with all things H2O, we find out about fintech and the past comes to life in the world of ancient crocs.

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 contributions from our roving reporters.

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News: Busy leukaemia cells and a DNA bug detector – Treatment-resistance leukaemia cells have been found to move about in a new imaging study, and technology to quickly detect flu and drug-resistant bugs receives a huge US deal.

Watery fun at the Imperial Fringe – We kick off the new season of Fringe events with a report from the water-themed event featuring edible water bottles and the hunt for water in our solar system.

The future of fintechFinancial technology is revolutionising the industry the way the Internet has changed everyday life. Imperial Business School’s Dr Andrei Kirilenko tells us more.

Ancient crocs – Millions of years ago, crocodilians came in all shapes and sizes, rivalling the dinosaurs. We interview Jon Tennant - Imperial’s Steve Irwin of the ancient croc world.

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Hayley Dunning

Hayley Dunning
Communications and Public Affairs

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Tel: +44 (0)20 7594 2412
Email: h.dunning@imperial.ac.uk

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