Imperial has been recognised for its openness on animal research - receiving a 'Highly Commended' in the Public Engagement Activity category of Understanding Animal Research's annual award ceremony [ Ow.ly Link ]
Tonight the College Cafe will host polar explorer Prof Martin Siegert to explain how new technology is changing how we view Antarctica and its role in our global climate. Martin's talks will form part of this evening's latest Imperial Fringe - All around the world [ Ow.ly Link ] #impfringe
Help shape the future of Learning and Teaching at Imperial. Open meeting Thursday 8 December 12-1pm, SAF G16. Bring your phone or tablet to join in the interactive discussion! Can't make it? Watch live or catch up later on Panopto: [ Ow.ly Link ] (login required)
Don't miss our last Imperial Fringe of 2016 on Thursday 8 December! From Antarctica to the Sahara Desert and the summit of Everest to the bottom of the sea, take a scientific trip of discovery around the globe and meet the researchers who work in these exotic locations: [ Ow.ly Link ] #ImpFringe
The most common form of eczema can become chronic after successive flare ups, Imperial mathematicians have discovered. But moisturising treatments may help stop the condition becoming long-term [ Ow.ly Link ]
Sturdy boots? Check. Medical kit? Check. Portable lab? Check. Imperial's Expedition Board has been sending students around the world since 1956. Here are some of their scientific adventures from the past 60 years: [ Ow.ly Link ] #ImperialMag
End-of-term is always a stressful time. Do you need some tips on how to best prepare for exams, assignments or projects? Take a look at our Success Guide - we offer guidance for undergraduates, master's students and postgraduate research students.
At Thursday's Imperial Fringe meet medics from our 'Imperial College Enables' programme who have just returned from a once-in-a-lifetime trip, providing sexual health + first aid education in Nepal [ Ow.ly Link ] #impfringe