December 5, 2020

I, Science

The science magazine of Imperial College

engineering

July’s Late celebrates the creative force of engineers. Often overlooked as mere mathematicians or facilitators for the architect’s genius, engineers...

Technicians Make it Happen, commissioned by The Gatsby Charitable Foundation, seeks to challenge outdated notions of who our nation’s technicians are...

As the Science Museum prepares for their next major exhibition, focusing on the unique mechanical designs of Leonardo Da Vinci – one of...

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Researchers at Stanford University  have successfully designed and fabricated an extremely small wavelength demultiplexer using a method which they said...

Photo credit: Paul Wilkinson/Royal Insitution The 2014 Christmas Lectures were all about taking control of the devices in your life, using...

Acoustics play an enormous role in our society and we are never far from an acoustic device. In this Family...

The Best Engineering Becomes Invisible – Let’s Get Over It. Some things have always been true about large engineering projects....

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Earlier this year, Imperial College Professor, John Burland travelled to Italy to celebrate the 20th anniversary of a project that prevented...

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Last week, I travelled to UCL to meet Imran Khan, head of CaSE. Imran is an alumnus of the Imperial...

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Last week, I travelled to UCL to meet Imran Khan, head of CaSE. Imran is an alumnus of the Imperial...

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Last week, I travelled to UCL to meet Imran Khan, head of CaSE. Imran is an alumnus of the Imperial...

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Big ships are using a brand new means of propulsion – the wind. This isn’t a hark back to romantic...

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Gideon Mantell (1790–1852) Mantell was a full-time medical doctor, but made some incredible contributions to palaeontology in his spare time....

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We may have the technological solutions to help fight environmental change and create a sustainable society, but do we have...

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Anne Coleman, photography Jonathan Primmer - April 2010   Introduction   We are all familiar with London’s sprawling skyline, or...

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19/06/2005 Zoë Corbyn takes a test-drive in a Twike, the world's most efficient motorised vehicle, and discovers why a pair...