Imperial Lates: Science without borders

Imperial Lates: Science without borders
 
  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Our scientists are a globe-trotting, mountain climbing, ocean crossing and jungle trekking community whose careers take them all over the globe.... 

However, for one night they will descend on South Kensington to tell stories of exploration as Imperial Lates returns with its latest free evening of hands-on science, tech demos, geeky bar games, creative art workshops and lively talks and discussions.
This is your chance to tour the world of science; from new, low-cost prosthetics engineered in Mozambique and diet monitoring wearable tech trialed in Ghana, to oil-spill clean-up sponges developed in India. In Europe, we will be exploring gardening therapy for patients in Italy and bumblebee surveys in Arctic Sweden, whilst saving a species of apple tree from extinction in central Asia.

At a unique time for the UK and its position on the world stage, Science without borders will explore research as a tool to bring us together and discuss its role in maintaining international relationships in a post-Brexit Britain.

The evening will also celebrate Black History Month with a showcase of globe-trotting BAME scientists telling their tales from the field and the stories of their career.

About Imperial Lates

Imperial Lates celebrate the latest in science and engineering at Imperial College London - bringing the public together with world leading minds in their respective fields, who not only love what they do, but also love sharing their work with new audiences.

A perfect evening's entertainment for adults of all ages and backgrounds. Anyone with a curious mind is welcome to get hands on with our research, brought to life through live demonstrations, creative workshops, interactive experiments and inspiring talks. Pick the brains of the people behind the ideas, innovations and breakthroughs to discover how their work could impact our society and change our futures.
Throw in a bar and some of the world's most extraordinary and pioneering scientists and engineers and you have the recipe for a free, fun and engaging night out in the heart of London.

Sign up to explore the future though the science of today!!
Make sure you pre-register for your chosen event to receive a preview of the full programme of live demonstrations, workshops and talks, and help us track attendance numbers.
Please note that registration alone does not guarantee seats for our talks, tours or workshops. However, those who have pre-registered will be given the first opportunity to book places on anything with limited spaces.

Cost: Free of Charge


Contact and Booking Details

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2019-10-09 18:00 2019-10-09 18:00 Europe/London Imperial Lates: Science without borders This is your chance to tour the world of science; from new, low-cost prosthetics engineered in Mozambique and diet monitoring wearable tech trialed in Ghana, to oil-spill clean-up sponges developed in India. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2019/10/09/imperial-lates-science-without-borders-210693 Imperial College London,College Main Entrance,Exhibition Road,London

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Location

Imperial College London,

College Main Entrance,
Exhibition Road,
London,
SW7 2AZ

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Nearest tube and train stations to Imperial College London

District
Piccadily
Circle
District
Piccadily
Circle

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