In this edition: We bring you the sounds of the Imperial Festival 2017, chatting to everyone from scientific firestarters to Charles Darwin himself.
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: A father’s influence and frisky fruit flies – We discuss new Imperial research that shows fathers who interact with their newborns have a positive impact on the child’s development, and a study that found out why female fruit flies get so aggressive after sex.
Revisit the Imperial Festival 2017 – Our team of reporters met researchers, performers, guests and even Charles Darwin this year, and explored everything from cake design to water filtration and from singing for wellbeing to a modern way to pickle food.
Bonus material – Take a journey through the process of creative thought as our Reporter is taken on a tour of Continuum, a machine that turns ideas into innovations.
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