Imperial/45: Winter 2018-19
In Issue 45, we find out how Imperial is transforming the lives of people with diabetes through data, technology and public policy and meet the chemists who plan to change the world with a greener vision. Also in this issue, we find out what Lego, mice and fruit flies have in common, and learn more about how Imperial researchers are tackling an invisible killer.
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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy declares 42 the answer. But what is the question?
Adventures in... 3D printing
A revolution in construction is taking place – right beneath our feet.
Alumnus Matt Johnson tells us what he's working on.
Dr Morena Mills calls for a little less conservation and a little more action.
Skates on with the Ice Hockey Society.
Dr Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye on finding new ways to protect your data.
Professors David Miles and James Sefton discuss their research on property prices.
Three alumni explain why they decided to volunteer for the College.
Professor Aimee Morgans on designing out thermoacoustic instability.
Mara Kont says that visiting the Paddington basin really floats her boat.
Test your brain power
Fresh from regular slots of Radio 4's Puzzle for Today, Imperial's best minds set the ultimate puzzle challenge.
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