Staff Newspaper of Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
IC Reporter
 Issue 107, 26 June 2001
Minister praises research centre «
Shining lights scoop 25,000 prize «
Pisa stands proud «
e-MasterClass - the human touch «
Sinfonia 21 world premieres «
European Business Plan win «
Want to get ahead? «
Nicholas has Sachs appeal «
JIF award «
Something fishy... «
Inaugural lecture «
Goon, but not forgotten... «
March - June 2001 «
Regular Features
In Brief «
Media Spotlight «

Something fishy...

MARINE sculptures by Max Tannahill came to life on the walls of the art space in the Blyth Gallery, Sherfield building this month when large, colourful driftwood fish juxtaposed colourful canvases of C Morey de Morand during a joint exhibition - a unique vision of life's natural and spiritual aspects.

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