Faculty of Natural Sciences
03 December 2019Help for Imperial labs to address their carbon footprint
26 November 2019Pollinators: The unsung heroes of human health
25 November 2019Imperial among UK institutions building parts for new £30m neutrino…
09 December 2019, 16.00 – 17.15Seminar What tools are needed to integrate renewables into the power sector?
09 December 2019, 13.15 – 14.45External How can considering public health and air pollution issues raise ambition…
10 December 2019, 15.00 – 16.00Seminar Matthias Winkel (Oxford): The Aldous diffusion
10 December 2019, 11.30 – 13.00Seminar Dr Ludger Johannes, L'Institut Curie, Paris
In the lab with Ramon Vilar Compte, Professor of Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry, Chemical Biology Group. Find out more about Imperial's Department of Chemistry
Life Sciences students working in the zebrafish lab, researching the impact of our Western style diet on inflammation and immunoregulation using zebrafish larvae. Find out more about Imperial's Department of Life Sciences
A second year Mathematics PhD student working on unknotting 'pretzel knots', which turn up a great deal in bacterial DNA. The bacteria need them untangled in order to efficiently replicate the DNA, among other things. Find out more about Imperial's Department of Mathematics
President's Scholarship Fund recipients working with lasers in Physics lab Blackett 223. Find out more about Imperial's Department of Physics
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