Professor Michael Levitt winner of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry talks about the impact of computing power on the progress of modern biology
Dr Safa Shoaee (Chemistry) on her recent finding that solar cells are more efficient when music is played, and prefer Adele to Beethoven. (Extract 3 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 11 December 2013)
Modelling how molecules build structures is important to many industrial processes.
Dr Ian Gould on how the winners of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry developed a method to combine quantum mechanics and molecular mechanics. (Extract 2 of 3 from the Imperial Podcast 30 October 2013)
Researchers have demonstrated how to produce electronic inks for the development of new applications using the 'wonder material', carbon nanotubes.
Professor Claire Adjiman (Chemical Engineering) delivers her inaugural lecture on how modelling molecules enhances many industrial processes.
Professor Terry Tetley delivers her inaugural lecture on the effect of cigarettes, asbestos and nanoparticles on air quality and lung health
This presentation describes how new solar energy conversion technologies will enable us to harness solar energy efficiently with low cost materials and devices, focusing on the photochemistry of solar energy conversion in such systems
Eighty years after the discovery of penicillin, gene sequencing has revealed new secrets about the mould that kickstarted the antimicrobial revolution.
A film about scientists. Professor Stephen Curry interviews six different scientists to find how how they got interested and what drives them in their life and work.
Dr Erich Muller, reader in thermodynamics at Imperial College London demonstrates how to make ice cream with a fire extinguisher. For more information please visit: www.imperial.ac.uk/people/e.muller
Your Life on Mars: Professor Tom Welton (Chemistry) discusses the book, luxury item and companion he would take on a trip to Mars
Professor David Phillips on his career exploring chemistry driven by light
This is the third lecture of a 3 lecture series on stereochemistry given to 1st year Chemistry undergraduates at Imperial College London
This is the second lecture of a 3 lecture series on stereochemistry given to 1st year Chemistry undergraduates at Imperial College London
This is the first lecture of a 3 lecture series on stereochemistry given to first year Chemistry undergraduate students at Imperial College London
Professor Molly Stevens discusses her work for the International Year of Chemistry 2011
Our society depends totally on the product of the chemicals industry, but the production of these products can lead to harm to the environment. In this lecture Tom Welton will show you just how many chemical products we use every day.
Fabrican Spray-on fabric showcased in the laboratory and on the catwalk by Dr Manel Torres, Spanish fashion designer and visiting academic at Imperial.
PhD student teams pitch their ideas to claim £20,000 of funding in a Dragon's Den style competition. For more: http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/newsandeventspggrp/imperialcollege/newssummary/news_2-7-2010-13-25-51
Professor Sergei Kazarian talks about his Chemical Photography stand at the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition
Dr Ed Tate tells us how his team found a chemical that could make Clostridium difficile susceptible to antibiotics
Professor Neil Fairweather and Dr Kate Brown talk about how they produced the first ever 3D image of a disease-causing Clostridium difficile toxin
Professor David Phillips, department of chemistry, presents this years Annual Children's Christmas Demonstration Lecture
If you have ever been surprised and impressed by an unusual serving of emulsion, a helping of frothy foam, or a plate of frozen gases as your meal, the chances are that Herve This and his gastronomic research will be behind them.