Episodes
Researchers from Imperial College London talk about what it's like to take part in Imperial Festival 2015
Published 07/15/15
Researchers demonstrate what you can make with a 3D printer and use chocolate to demystify clinical trials. (Extract 4 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 13 May 2015)
Published 05/13/15
A giant nose reveals how we defend ourselves against viruses and bacteria, and a light spectrometer proves that complex scientific instruments can be made from Lego. (Extract 2 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 13 May 2015)
Published 05/13/15
Celebrating the best science and arts on offer from staff and students at the 2014 Imperial Festival, to find out about this years festival please visit http://www.imperial.ac.uk/be-inspired/festival/
Published 05/19/14
Imperial researchers tell visitors about sugars, satellites, and bacteria. (Extract 4 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 10 July 2013)
Published 07/09/13
Senja Barthel on the maths of unsolvable knots and Jen Dougan on how infrared light can be used to reveal the chemical composition of samples. (Extract 5 of 5 from the Imperial College Podcast 22 May 2013)
Published 05/21/13
Young visitors to the festival extract DNA from strawberries and build towers from spaghetti. (Extract 4 of 5 from the Imperial College Podcast 22 May 2013)
Published 05/21/13
Morgane Valles (Life Sciences) and Billy Wu (Earth Science and Engineering) explain their exhibits at the Imperial Festival. (Extract 1 of 5 from the Imperial College Podcast 22 May 2013)
Published 05/21/13
Visitors to Imperial’s first public festival tell us what fascinated them about the event. (Extract 4 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 30 May 2012)
Published 05/29/12
Simon Watts talks to local children visiting Imperial as part of Sanka day, celebrating the College's Japanese connections ahead of the London 2012 Olympic (Extract 2 of 4 from the Imperial College Podcast 9 May 2012)
Published 05/09/12
Fiona Larner reports from the International Space Settlement Design Competition held at Imperial. (Extract 4 of 5 from the Imperial College Podcast 18 April 2012)
Published 04/17/12
Simon Levey concludes his report from Cheltenham Science Festival by asking punters including Professor Lord Robert Winston and David Willetts MP what major advances they expect to see in the next 10 years.
Published 06/29/11
School pupils from around the world talk about their hands-on experiences at one of this year's many Summer Schools at Imperial.
Published 02/24/11
Imperial celebrates research on display at one of the world's premiere museums
Published 08/05/10
Graduates of Imperial's INSPIRE programme share their experiences of teaching
Published 07/15/10
Participants in the International Space Settlement Design Competition's UK semi-finals, organised by Imperial, share their experiences of the weekend
Published 04/26/10
A unique laboratory, supporting practical science in schools is opened today at Imperial by Lord Mandelson
Published 03/23/10
The Reach Out Lab - a pioneering way of engaging school students with science at Imperial
Published 03/11/10
Two Imperial photography exhibitions celebrate women in science
Published 03/08/10
Imperial researcher Dr Thomas Churcher, from the Division of Epidemiology, Public Health and Primary Care, and playwrite Sara Masters from iceandfire theatre talk us through their new play, Bind
Published 12/01/09
School pupils explore creative science at Imperial
Published 11/16/09
Pupils and volunteers talk about making cars move and chemicals glow in the dark at Imperial's science and engineering summer schools
Published 08/19/09
INSPIRE programme to tackle the shortage of science teachers with a scientific background in London state schools celebrates its first graduates
Published 07/23/09
New INSPIRE graduate Elizabeth Tate explains why her PhD led her into teaching
Published 07/23/09
UK team win a trip to the NASA Johnson Space Centre in Houston, Texas and compete against finalists from all over the world
Published 06/26/09