Imperial Fringe: Walking in the Air

Imperial Fringe: Walking in the Air

This event has finished Took place on: Tuesday, 5th Dec 2017

Come in from the cold and breathe in a festive evening celebrating the invisible gases that flow around us, fill our lungs, can knock us off our feet and will determine the future of our climate.

How do we investigate the invsisble gases that surround us? How does Christmas affect our atmosphere? Find out as you enter a supersonic wind tunnel, hold a cloud in your hand and explore London’s air pollution and its impact on your health.

'Walking in the Air' is the latest in Imperial College’s Fringe series of public evening events exploring the livelier side of science. Based on the College’s ground-breaking research, the Fringe programme runs throughout the year to give our friends and supporters an opportunity to meet our researchers and find out more about our work.

Cost: Free of Charge


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Europe/London Imperial Fringe: Walking in the Air Come in from the cold and breathe in a festive evening celebrating the invisible gases that flow around us, fill our lungs, can knock us off our feet and will determine the future of our climate. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2017/12/05/imperial-fringe-walking-in-the-air-157307 Imperial College London,College Main Entrance,Exhibition Road,London

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Exhibition Road,
London,
SW7 2AZ

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