I, Science Radio – 12 Nov 2018

On this week’s show, we explored the implications of the banned Iceland Christmas advert, Imperial College’s groundbreaking space exploration and some blue-sky scientists’ research – growing cells in a lab, which could create life.

Immunotherapy: A cancer revolution?

Until recently, researchers hadn’t given the immune system enough focus as a possible cancer treatment. A team at Imperial College is now looking for ways to improve on the initial successes of immunotherapy.

Coffee+Chat: What is Material Science?

In this video interview series, we ask Imperial College scientists to explain their research. This episode features material scientists Dr Ainara Aguadero.

The lighter side of drones

Neil Stoker finds out about how Project Daedalus is looking at creative ways to fuse two emerging technologies – drones and virtual reality – and is trying to get everyone involved

New insights: the health of Julius Caesar

Cassius: But soft, I pray you. What, did Caesar swound?
Casca: He fell down in the market place and foamed at mouth and was speechless.
Brutus: ‘Tis very like. He hath the falling sickness.

Elly Magson investigates Julius Caesar’s malady, 2000 years on.

Alumni experiences

This year’s Alumni Weekend ran alongside the Imperial Festival. Julia Lorke askedformer students about their “Imperial experience”. What made their time here so special that they decided to come back to visit years after their graduation?

Interview with Darius Nikbin

To celebrate I, Science’s 10th anniversary, current editors Iona Twaddell and Kruti Shrotri met up with Darius Nikbin, the founder of the magazine…

#scicom21 review: What the web did to science communication

This is part of a series of reviews of the sessions held by the Science Communication Group on 13th September, in celebration of 21 years of the Science Communication MSc at Imperial College. We will be putting up reviews of each session over the next couple of weeks. If you went to the celebrations and […]

#scicom21 review: Engaging young people with science

This is part of a series of reviews of the sessions held by the Science Communication Group on 13th September, in celebration of 21 years of the Science Communication MSc at Imperial College. We will be putting up reviews of each session over the next couple of weeks. If you went to the celebrations and […]

#Scicom21 Review: The Scientist as Public Intellectual

This is part of a series of reviews of the sessions held by the Science Communication Group on 13th September, in celebration of 21 years of the Science Communication MSc at Imperial College. We will be putting up reviews of each session over the next couple of weeks. If you went to the celebrations and […]

#Scicom21 Review: Museum Trends

This is part of a series of reviews of the sessions held by the Science Communication Group on 13th September, in celebration of 21 years of the Science Communication MSc at Imperial College. We will be putting up reviews of each session over the next couple of weeks. If you went to the celebrations and […]

#Scicom21 Review: Science News

This is part of a series of reviews of the sessions held by the Science Communication Group on 13th September, in celebration of 21 years of the Science Communication MSc at Imperial College. We will be putting up reviews of each session over the next couple of weeks. If you went to the celebrations and […]

#Scicom21 Review: Broadcasting Science

This is the first in a series of reviews of the sessions held by the Science Communication Group on 13th September, in celebration of 21 years of the Science Communication MSc at Imperial College. We will be putting up reviews of each session over the next couple of weeks. If you went to the celebrations […]

The Spirit of TEDxImperialCollege

Andrew Shoben, greyworld Felix editor Matt Colvin looks back on an afternoon of technology, entertainment, design – and Victorian hats. What made TEDxImperialCollege special? It’s not often that one comes across the peculiar social dilemma of wondering whether or not to loudly applaud a video in a rather public environment. Luckily, in this case, any […]

Calendar: Just A Minute, IC Radio

5:30pm on Sunday 11th December Metric, Imperial College Union (free entry) IC Radio brings everybody’s favourite panel game to Imperial College campus. “Six articulate, erudite, cultured and charming academics who couldn’t be booked in time will be replaced by a panel of young scientists – Matthew Allinson, Gilead Amit, Nigel Fullerton, Kadhim Shubber, Tom Whyntie […]